It’s hoped the winners' idea will have a positive social impact
Some players haven’t been named yet due to other commitments, but it’s hoped they will then be offered this at a later point
Unknown to the public includes the fact that the iwi received support from Pākehā, including a former mayor
Experts also question the lack of Whānau Ora funding to make this goal a reality
Merania French is not letting cancer get in the way of her baby getting breast milk
The deal, which will not include the United Kingdom, could be worth about $16 billion. Trade Minister David Parker says the prime minister's strong advocacy during her recent trip to Europe has clearly paid off.
Little has set a deadline to receive information from all sides before May 25th
Merania French, a māmā of two who is going through chemotherapy to treat cancer, says she's grateful for the support she and her whānau have received since first posting on Facebook about the need for donated breastmilk to feed her newborn pēpi, Ngapo. For the full story: https://youtu.be/0ENym_dIonA
Malcolm Rewa is currently serving a 22 year sentence for raping more than 20 women.
Challenge is the keyword: the organisers of the initiative want to hear from Māori digital entrepreneurs who can confidently pitch a digital project that will have a positive social impact. Krystal-Lee Brown has more. #DIGMYIDEA