The nationwide campaign for the Māori electoral option will launch this weekend at Te Tai Tokerau Kapa Haka Festival in Whangārei
”Nau mai, hoki mai ki tēnei whenua o Waiorea. Ka tū a Waiorea, ka tū a Waiorea, ngā toa o te kapa haka o Polyfest nō reira tēnei te mihi atu ki a koutou.” – Ruth Woodbury, organiser Pasifika starts tomorrow.
Heavyweight boxer Joseph Parker's coach reveals secret surgeries the boxer has had. Parker is now back at his peak.
The Ngāti Rangitihi man reaches his 100th game milestone with the Hurricanes as they take on the Highlanders this weekend
Joseph Parker's trainer Kevin Barry told media today Parker had been struggling with intense pain over the past two years. But post elbow surgery, Barry says Parker’s speed and power is at its peak.
Ripeka Lessels, principal of Te Whata Tau o Pūtaki, says the government needs to remedy the situation quickly through funding. “Koinei taku wero ki te kāwanatanga kia tere te homai moni ki nāa kaiako kia mōhio ai ngā kaiako katoa ahakoa mā, ahakoa Iniani, ahakoa te aha, te whakaako i wā tātau tamariki.”
The Electoral Commission are running their campaign about being on the Māori roll or general roll from April 3 to August 2.