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Employment Minister Willie Jackson discusses the Medicinal Cannabis Bill, the year that was, and what to expect in the coming year from the Māori caucus.
Over the last two days, Tainui language advocates have been compiling words to create Tainui’s very own dictionary. Te Okiwa McLean reports.
The co-chair of Te Kotahitanga o Ngā Hapū o Ngāpuhi has revealed he is stepping down. Pita Tipene made the decision following unconfirmed results the majority of Ngāpuhi hapū have rejected the proposed settlement model. Te Rina Kowhai has more.
Tributes continue to flow for murdered English tourist Grace Millane, among them a veteran Māori broadcaster. Dr Haare Williams has issued a call to action for whānau to start rethinking the way we raise our boys. Whatitiri Te Wake - Te Karere reports.
What do you get when you mix kapa haka and Disney princesses? Kōhine Kollection. A Whakatāne-based couple launched their new kapa haka princess line this afternoon. Rapaera Tawhai Reports with this preview.
A medicinal cannabis advocate welcomes the passing of the Medicinal Cannabis Bill saying it could prove to be an economic boon for Māori. The bill will enable terminally ill people to have access to medicinal cannabis products without fear of prosecution. Political reporter Eruera Rerekura - Te Karere has more.
A bilingual interactive production merges science with pūrākau.
Just weeks out from Christmas, the factory of Pipi Mā as robbed of thousands of dollars’ worth of goods from technology to money
Ngā Whare Waatea Marae has opened its doors to help those in need this Christmas.
A bilingual live science show is teaching kids about science through pūrākau, or Māori stories and legends.
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