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It’s hoped that Aotearoa’s first Irish embassy will provide economic and cultural opportunities.
Island Child is at the frontline helping whānau find long-term housing and yesterday they celebrated the opening of their new facilities which they say will enable them to help more people.
It's been a phenomenal year for Māori singer-songwriter Kings. In the past year, the artist has released three albums. Reporter Te Rina Kowhai caught up with the prolific hip hop musician who will feature in the Vodafone NZ Music Awards later this week.
The 8th biennial conference for Ngā Pae o Te Maramatanga kicked off today, gathering over 400 of our brightest international and domestic scholars to discuss their research on issues that affect indigenous people. Our reporter Hania Douglas was there to ask why it's important to have our own research.
New Zealand’s first Irish embassy has been opened in Dublin.
Auckland-based trust Island Child works at the frontline of the housing crisis helping whānau find long-term housing.
Māori Development Minister Nanaia Mahuta joined us from the Māori Housing Summit and addresses the questions surrounding the Māori media review and the funding that goes to Māori media.
Māori home ownership is at an all-time low and Māori continues to be marginalized on all levels of the housing sector. Māori Development Minister Nanaia Mahuta joined us from the Māori Housing Summit.
New Zealand’s ties with Ireland have become stronger after the opening of our first embassy in Dublin. Foreign Affairs Minister Winston Peters opened the new consulate and says it's a significant step to cementing an already close relationship between the two countries. Irena Smith filed this report from Aotearoa’s latest embassy in Dublin.
An Auckland-based trust working at the frontline of the housing crisis celebrated another achievement today. Its aim and focus is to help whānau find long-term housing. As Whatitiri Te Wake reports, they are now able to help more families cope with rising emergency housing needs thanks to the opening of new facilities.
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