Willie Jackson unleashes

March 3, 2021

on Māori MPs

Māori Development Minister Willie Jackson has taken a swing at National’s Simon Bridges and ACT’s David Seymour, saying they’re a “total waste of bloody time’’ when it comes to advocating for their own Māori people, writes political editor Jo Moir.Willie Jackso...
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App for learning Moriori

March 3, 2021

released to help revive endangered native language

An app providing an introduction to ta rē Moriori - the native language of the Moriori people - has been released in a bid to revive the endangered language.The Ta Rē Moriori Language App was released on Tuesday by the Hokotehi Moriori Trust, an organisation represent...
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A ward by any other name

March 3, 2021

just as democratic

Councils use wards to recognise communities of interest, so why are Māori wards singled out for this criticism when other wards are not?The Government recently removed the provision in the Local Electoral Act that allowed a public poll to overturn a council’s decision to ...
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Tātaihono – Stories of Māori Healing and Psychiatry

This book examines a collaboration between traditional Māori healing and clinical psychiatry. Comprised of transcribed interviews and detailed meditations on practice, it demonstrates how bicultural partnership frameworks can augment mental health treatment by balancing loc...
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for being 'too hard' to pronounce

Five-year-old Mahinarangi Tautu just wants people to try to say her full name.When Mahinarangi started daycare, her mother Paris was told her name had been shortened to "Rangi" because it was too hard to pronounce.The Palmerston North and Ngāti Raukawa mum was determined th...
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health and social services to strengthen whānau

A gathering of social and health services at Waikawa Marae, in Marlborough, is hoped to help families seeking help through the marae’s new Whānau Ora navigator.More than a dozen organisations attended a hui (meeting) at the marae near Picton on Tuesday, many of the profes...
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1909:

February 28, 2021

The education of Māori girls

THE PRESS 160 YEARS is a series marking the launch of The Press newspaper in Christchurch on May 25, 1861. Between now and the anniversary, The Press will revisit stories from every year of publication.The opening of the Te Waipounamu Māori Girls Co...
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Hawke's Bay Regional Council

February 25, 2021

opens consultation on Māori wards

Hawke's Bay Regional Council has pushed back on adding Māori wards immediately and will hear what the public thinks before any decision is made.This follows the government's introduction of legislation to uphold council decisions to establish Māori wards.The current law al...
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but number of whānau struggling to provide the basics drops - Stats NZ

There has been little annual change in the number of children living in poverty across most measures, but there has been a drop in the number of whānau struggling to provide the basics.Stats NZ has just released the latest official child poverty figures, for the year ended ...
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The lost scrolls

February 24, 2021

of Matariki

My field of research is astronomy, in particular Māori astronomy. I have no formal training and in fact I failed fourth form (year 10) science. As a young Māori boy at a Māori boarding school, the Western notion of science was completely foreign to me. I had no genealogic...
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