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He Tānga Manawa | In 1997, Māoridom lost one of its most staunch champions. Well-known activist and Māori rights campaigner Tuaiwa Eva Rickard died on December 6, aged 72.
She’s the beauty from Te Atihaunui a Pāpārangi, now Miss NZ Jess Tyson has made it to the Miss World Top 30
Yesterday marked the 100th anniversary of the flu epidemic which claimed millions of lives worldwide and thousands of Māori
“I mea mai a Whina i tērā wā e takoto ana ngā tūpāpāku i te taha o te rori, ki runga i ngā ‘sledges’…i ngā kainga pēnei i a Panguru nei, āe, ka nui te kaha o tēnei rewharewha ki waenganui i a mātou.” – Haami Piripi
Te Atihaunui a Pāpārangi beauty is currently in Sanya, China, representing New Zealand at the Miss World competition. And as Hania Douglas found out, the Māori Television presenter has made it to the next phase of the competition.
The recipients of the Māori Journalism Awards were announced at a lunch ceremony today. Native Affairs’ Iulia Leilua won the English category and was named Māori Journalist of the Year. Te Karere’s own Rapaera Tawhai Reports was the recipient of the Te Reo Māori award. Dr Haare Williams was also honoured with Te Tohu a Tanara Whairiri Kitawhiti Ngata Lifetime Achievement Award.
Hundreds gathered at parliament yesterday in support of a petition to allow 'Man Up' and 'Legacy' to operate within New Zealand's social and justice system. Both reform programmes are initiatives of Destiny Church. The church claim the present justice and corrections system is simply not working especially for Māori.
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