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Outrage at calls for Waitangi burqa ban
New Zealand Herald

Outrage at calls for Waitangi burqa ban

A call by a Ngapuhi hapu leader to ban the burqa at this year's Waitangi Day celebrations has outraged Maori and Muslim. Te Matarahurahu hapu elder David Rankin said the traditional Muslim dress should be banned at next week's 175th anniversary at ... New Zealand Herald, 4 days ago
Outrage at call for Waitangi burqa ban New Zealand Herald, 4 days ago
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4 New students to learn art of carving

The New Year has brought a new generation of carvers to the New Zealand Maori Arts and Crafts Institute. The students will be learning the time-honoured tradition at the institute's Te Wananga Whakairo Rakau (National Wood Carving School) at Te ...
 New Zealand Herald2 days ago Higher entrance standards result in fewer students  Stuff.co.nz2 days ago New standards result in fewer students  Stuff.co.nz2 days ago
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Kia ora: Waihi

In the Bay of Plenty, about a two-hour drive southeast of Auckland. Maori for "water gushing out" or "bubbling water". 4700. Waihi - New Zealand's Heart of Gold. , recently moved from its hillside perch to sit atop the main street. Ross ...
 New Zealand Herald2 days ago
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Smith receives a traditional Maori welcome

NRL chief executive David Smith (L) is given a traditional Maori greeting of a hongi during the season launch, January 29, 2015 in Auckland,
 ABC Online2 days ago NRL season launch promises biggest season ever  9News.com.au2 days ago Shirvo's Josh moment at NRL launch  The Australian2 days ago Smith launches NRL season in Auckland  Melbourne Age2 days ago
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Feel Safe In Maori Land

With students increasingly flocking to overseas destinations for higher studies, safety becomes paramount. To address this concern, Auckland University of Technology (AUT), New Zealand, has offered its international students, a 24/7 nationwide ...
 New Indian Express2 days ago
The Press NZ

Arson targets school carving

An Auckland college is reeling after its newly installed Maori carving was set on fire. Police are investigating the arson at Whangaparaoa College this week and want to hear from anyone with information. The college commissioned the carving and ...
 The Press NZ4 days ago Auckland school's Maori artwork set alight  Stuff.co.nz4 days ago
New Zealand Herald

Maori skulls in macabre Swedish collection to be brought home

A number of Maori skulls in a macabre collection of almost 800 human skulls in Sweden are expected to be returned to Te Papa Museum in Wellington this year. The skulls have been left gathering dust for decades at the Karolinska Institute in Solna, ...
 New Zealand Herald5 days ago Maori skulls to be brought home  New Zealand Herald5 days ago
New Zealand Herald

Gareth Morgan, John Key under fire at Ratana

Businessman Gareth Morgan's comments about "ignorant" Pakeha and Maori rights have come under fire during Ratana celebrations, as has the Prime Minister's view of New Zealand history. The gathering at Ratana Marae near Whanganui also saw political ...
 ONE News1 week ago Gareth Morgan lays down challenge on Treaty and Maori seats  New Zealand Herald1 week ago Kiwi millionaire says NZ needs to address ignorance about Maori rights  ONE News1 week ago Morgan lays down Treaty challenge  New Zealand Herald1 week ago
Radio New Zealand

Sovereignty hui underway in Northland

Nearly 200 people have gathered at Northland's Otiria marae for a two-day seminar and debate on Maori sovereignty. Speakers include historian Paul Moon, and economist and philanthropist Gareth Morgan. Nearly 200 people are attending the hui at ...
 Radio New Zealand2 days ago Maori sovereignty on agenda for Otiria hui  New Zealand Herald6 days ago
Radio New Zealand

Non-Maori urged to connect with Maori

There are too many schisms between Māori and non-Māori according to a Presbyterian Church leader, who's urging non-Māori to work harder to form positive relationships with tāngata whenua. The Right Reverend Andrew Norton, Moderator of the ...
 Radio New Zealand2 days ago Drive to get Maori into carpentry  Radio New Zealand4 days ago Te Manu Korihi News for 30 January 2015  Radio New Zealand2 days ago Maori King welcomed on to Ratana Marae  ONE News1 week ago
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