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William and Kate's royal tour
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William and Kate's royal tour

Britain's Prince William picks up the dart from a Maori warrior during a Maori welcoming ceremony at Government House in Wellington on April 7, 2014. Photo Sydney Morning Herald, 1 day ago
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Bowls: Exciting bowls concept targets youths

Te Kura Kaupapa Maori O Tupoho students Taura Mareikra (left) and Tumanako Kumeroa-Woon get the lowdown on Craig Whiteside's new Quickdraw indoor bowls concept. Photo/Rae Cliffe Former national indoor bowls coach Craig Whiteside is on a mission to ...
 New Zealand Herald1 day ago
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PM used as draw for Maori Party

Members invited to pay $5000 for confidential chat with Key at dinner. John Key attended the Maori Party's event at the Northern Club in Auckland. Photo / Native Affairs for Maori TV John Key was the drawcard for a Maori Party fundraiser where ...
 New Zealand Herald4 days ago Maori Party's $5000 dinner with PM  New Zealand Herald4 days ago Party's $5k dinner with PM  New Zealand Herald4 days ago Key says ACT event not endorsement  Radio New Zealand3 days ago
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Duchess receives Maori welcome

Catherine, the Duchess of Cambridge, receives a traditional Maori welcome called a "hongi" from five-year-old Mataawhio Matahaere Vieint after she arrived with her husband, Britain's Prince William, in Dunedin April 13, 2014. Prince William and his ...
 CHINAdaily4 days ago Kate gets a 'hongi'  Trade Arabia5 days ago Duchess Catherine receives Maori welcome  CHINAdaily5 days ago A history of royal hongis  New Zealand Herald2 days ago

PM: No strings attached to Maori Party dinner

Maori Party co-leader Pita Sharples and Prime Minister John Key arriving at the event. Photo / Maori Television Prime Minister John Key says his attendance at a fundraising dinner for the Maori Party had no strings attached and did not mean a ...
 New Zealand Herald3 days ago PM: No strings attached to dinner  New Zealand Herald3 days ago

Drinnan: Maori TV changes causing tension

Naida Glavish - file pic Moves to hand control of Maori TV to tribal bodies are creating tensions between Maori politicians and broadcasting players. Auckland-based iwi Ngati Whatua has blasted critics of Maori Party plans to hand control of ...
 New Zealand Herald1 week ago John Drinnan: The future of Maori TV gets political  New Zealand Herald1 week ago Maori TV's future gets political  New Zealand Herald1 week ago

Blood moon an omen for Maori

Updated 13 minutes ago Stargazers are being warned Tuesday night's blood moon is an omen in Maori tradition. From 7.45pm, onwards people with a clear view of the moon will notice it turning red, and the night sky becoming even ...
 Radio New Zealand3 days ago Traditional Maori greeting for royals  WA Today4 days ago Kate Middleton Plays Cricket in Heels Performs Traditional Maori Greeting During Royal Tour  Big News Network4 days ago Kate Middleton Wears Tweed Suit But Who Cares, Cause She's Holding Puppies! (PHOTOS)  Huffington Post Canada2 days ago

John Armstrong: Is the Maori Party now in debt to National?

The trouble is Flavell has accused Harawira of selling out Mana's soul to in return for cash from Kim Dotcom. Photo / Mark Mitchell He or she who sups with the Devil needs a long spoon. Or so the old saying goes. The Maori Party was in need of a ...
 New Zealand Herald3 days ago Is the Maori Party now in debt to National?  New Zealand Herald2 days ago
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A little te reo with your tea

Being encouraged to practise a few words of Maori is a novelty for coffee drinkers at a venue on the Te Whau Peninsula. It's happening at Ringawera, which has become a buzzy little place since opening its doors just before Christmas. The purpose ...
 The Press NZ3 days ago

5 Newly-minted Maori lawyers urge others to follow their lead

Two young law graduates have challenged fellow Maori in Northland to excel academically and help uplift their community. Not long after Ihapera Paniora and Sheryl-Lee Belk were admitted to the bar in the High Court at Whangarei last week, they ...
 New Zealand Herald2 days ago
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