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  •   Home > News >  Subscribe to NZCity's Maori articles  Maori
    Applications are open for proposals to boost te reo in the education sector
     22 October 2020
    Applications are open for proposals to boost te reo in the education sector
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    >> Politics News 

    New Zealand has elected its most diverse Parliament ever. How does Australia compare?
    22 Oct: New Zealand has elected its most diverse Parliament ever, with more women, people of colour, LGBTQ+ people and Maori MPs. How does it compare to Australia, and what systems are in place to ensure people from diverse backgrounds are well-represented at the... more
    A possible silver lining for the Maori Party if Labour doesn't come calling for coalition talks
    19 Oct: A possible silver lining for the Maori Party if Labour doesn't come calling for coalition talks... more
    A health expert says more needs to be done to support Maori in the health care system
    17 Oct: A health expert says more needs to be done to support Maori in the health care system... more
    Home detention - and 115 thousand dollars reparation - for a former advisor who admitted defrauding the Maori King's office
    14 Oct: Home detention - and 115 thousand dollars reparation - for a former advisor who admitted defrauding the Maori King's office... more
    Hopes a change to cannabis law could improve Maori access to medicinal products
    13 Oct: Hopes a change to cannabis law could improve Maori access to medicinal products... more
    It could be a close race for the Tamaki Makaurau seat in the general election
    11 Oct: It could be a close race for the Tamaki Makaurau seat in the general election... more
    Labour promises to roll out the Maori Pathways prison rehabilitation programme to Wahine
    9 Oct: Labour promises to roll out the Maori Pathways prison rehabilitation programme to Wahine... more
    Concerns legalising cannabis will increase use among young Maori...
    6 Oct: Concerns legalising cannabis will increase use among young Maori...... more
    A lack of access in our healthcare system is stopping Maori from receiving proper care
    27 Sep: A lack of access in our healthcare system is stopping Maori from receiving proper care... more

     Most Popular Recent Maori News
     22 Oct: New Zealand has elected its most diverse Parliament ever. How does Australia compare? +++++
     27 Sep: A lack of access in our healthcare system is stopping Maori from receiving proper care +++++
     06 Oct: Concerns legalising cannabis will increase use among young Maori... ++++
     19 Oct: A possible silver lining for the Maori Party if Labour doesn't come calling for coalition talks +++
     11 Oct: It could be a close race for the Tamaki Makaurau seat in the general election +++
     17 Oct: A health expert says more needs to be done to support Maori in the health care system ++
     09 Oct: Labour promises to roll out the Maori Pathways prison rehabilitation programme to Wahine ++

     Maori NewsLinks
      22 Oct: British & irish lions to play japan ahead of south african tour (Stuff.co.nz)
      18 Oct: Maori party campaigning for next election - tamihere (RadioNZ)
      9 Oct: Kiwi jamison gibson-park named in ireland's six nations squad (Stuff.co.nz)
      25 Sep: Election 2020: fixing systemic racism a goal for palmerston north candidates (Stuff.co.nz)
      14 Sep: Maori language week 2020: jennifer ward-lealand - appreciating te reo's beauty (NZ Herald)
      11 Sep: Elderly maori lead the way in flu immunisations in hawke's bay (NZ Herald)
      25 Aug: Racist attack hits four election hoardings of maori party co-leader (Stuff.co.nz)
      24 Aug: Billboard racism: maori party co-leader has moko kauae defaced on hoardings (NZ Herald)
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    Rugby League:
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    Accident and Emergency:
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    Health & Safety:
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    International:
    Why the 2020 US presidential election has millions of Americans waiting in line for hours to vote early 19:57

    Soccer:
    Auckland City FC attacking midfielder Logan Rogerson's racing the clock to be fit in time for the opening round of the ISPS Handa Men's Premiership 18:57

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    Soccer:
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    Netball:
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