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Ngāpuhi Claims Hui-ā-iwi

Ngāpuhi has embarked on a mandting Hui-ā-iwi process. Pineaha Murray encourages acknowledgement of te taha wairua.
10 hours, 13 minutes

Ngapuhi Claims.

Heeni Brown say Ngapuhi should stick to their kaupapa and our Ngapuhi MPs should pull the Minister aside and explain the kaupapa
4 days, 15 hours

Preliminary Rugby League begins for 2018.

Hone Harawira talks about how the competition is going and the games this week will be hard to pick who will make the finals.
4 days, 15 hours

Reminiscing a Conversation with Taa Tau Henare.

Tā Tākuta Hekenukumai Busby remembers a conversation he had with Taa Henare back in 1985.
4 days, 15 hours

Andrew Little starts his first Ngapuhi Claims Hui in Whangarei.

Pita Tipene isn't happy that Tuhoronuku handling the claims as there are still differences with Kotahitanga.
4 days, 16 hours

Whakapapa is essential for Treaty Claims

Rukuwai Allen express caution dealing with claims so we aren't battling iwi vs iwi, hapu vs hapu.
5 days, 11 hours

Ngapuhi Settlement Aspirations

Nau Epiha gives his thoughts on Ngapuhi Claims and Tuhoronuku and Kotahitanga meeting at Parliament with the Treaty Minister.
5 days, 12 hours

Issues on 1080 drop.

Marama Fox reminisce what she knew about 1080 drops and the damage it did to their ngahere before they stopped them.
5 days, 12 hours

Issues around 1080 drop.

Tame Mare gives his thoughts about the negative issues on the 1080 drops that are damaging our whenua, wai and ngahere.
5 days, 12 hours

Honoring Our Youth

Eru Lyndon talks about the MSD Youth Employments Awards.
6 days, 14 hours

Mana Wai.

Rihari Dargaville gives his views on who should have sovereignty over our waterways.
6 days, 15 hours

Te Matawai Funding Round.

Waihoroi Shortland acknowledges all applicants to Te Matawai funding and urges people to continue to apply for future funding.
6 days, 15 hours

Where to for Ngai Te Rangi.

Meremaihi Aloua says there is a way forward for Tauranga Moana since the redress signing by Hauraki Collective.
1 week

Teaching the Language of the Stars

Sir Hector Busby still has dreams of teaching navigation by stars, an ancient tradition of the Maori people.
1 week

Landmark Decision on Kaipara Chicken Farm

Stalemate has been called in the on-going Tegal Chicken Farm proposal to be built next to Kapehu Marae.
1 week

New Zealand Courts recognition of Wills and Estates

Tame Mare questions the processes in place that recognise Wills in Indigenous languages.
1 week

PM returns to Office

Kuia Tireiniamu Kapa talks about Prime Minister Jacinda's return to work with baby and hubby in tow!
1 week, 1 day

Cross Claims

Even with the Hauraki signing done, Haami Piripi tell us to remain vigilant on all Crown involvements.
1 week, 1 day

Will Hauraki Signing open doors for more Cross Claims.

Pineaha Murray gives us his view on the impact the Hauraki signing might have around the country and all future claims.
1 week, 1 day

A New Start From Where He Began.

Te Ururoa Flavell talks of his political journey and recalls the time Dame Tariana Turia approached him to join the movement.
1 week, 1 day

Political Week Update.

Henare Kingi's views on Winstons performance to Andrew Little Meeting with Tuhoronuku and Kotahitanga and also Ngai Te Rangi..
1 week, 4 days

Protecting the Sand Dunes In Ahipara.

Haami Piripi says that they are actively putting up fences at the sand dunes around Ahipara, hoping to finish around summer.
1 week, 4 days

Overview of Government Sectors and the performance of Acting PM.

Willow-Jean Prime gives her thoughts on Winston to Ngapuhi Claims, school expenditures and Jacinda's return to work.
1 week, 5 days

Families needs to Keep their Health in Check.

Evelyn Tobin expresses her concerns for Maori men and women to have health checks regularly.
1 week, 5 days

Having your will written in Maori not binded by Law.

Tame Mare talks about keeping healthy and he also questions the legality of having a Will written in Maori.
1 week, 5 days

Te Hotaka o Pa Kelly

E hakapahotia i nga korero o nga kaumatua me nga kuia puta noa o te Taitokerau e hangaitia ana ki nga take e tamia nei ki a tatyou te iwi Maori