Whānau Ora and Youth Minister Peeni Henare and Te Karere presenter Scotty Morrison talk about the sexual harassment allegations that have stemmed from a summer camp, as well as the death of an 11-year-old girl when she was struck by a freight train in Ngāruawāhia.
Otago University enrolment stats show more Māori student enrolments in general as well as into programmes like medicine
Apihai Te Kawau signed the Treaty of Waitangi yesterday, 178 years ago on behalf of Ngāti Whātua Ōrākei. His descendants gathered to celebrate and look to the future.
The PM is facing criticism by the opposition regarding gas and oil proposals.
“For our tauira it’s also a sign that they actually can look beyond things like physical education and Māori language programmes. To give u an example…we had 78 health science students back in 2010 we now have 250.” – Matiu Workman, University of Otago
Crankworx competitior Tuhoto-Ariki Pene says there is little room for error when competiting at the Crankworx competition. “Ngā knockouts, me kī, nō reira, ko te toa o tētahi reihi, ko te tangata ka hinga ka puta. Nō reira me toa i ngā mea katoa. Koirā te tūmanako ia.”
“You know, it's about being resilient and doing everything that you can possibly do as quickly as you can but without being stupid about it.” – Janine Southby, coach