before surrendering, Waititi, Brown call for action from Davis

A protesting Waikeria Prison inmate who surrendered on Thursday was assaulted by other prisoners who wanted to stop him leaving, according to the Department of Corrections.Māori MP Rawiri Waititi offers to negotiate with Waikeria Prison rioters.It comes as Māori Party...
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says former social welfare boss Christine Rankin

Children are being abused and dying because Oranga Tamariki is reluctant to remove them from homes where parents are using methamphetamine, former social welfare boss Christine Rankin says.Her comments come in the wake of revelations that the child protection service kn...
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What are we afraid of

January 2, 2021

in allowing great Māori representation?

OPINION: I grew up, like many others around me, in a privileged white middle-class family, although slightly eccentric, immersed in a community and school system that observed the world through a Pākehā lens.I was oblivious to the undertones of racism that was serving...
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after police admit illegally taking photos of young Māori

The Children's Commissioner is demanding to know whether police are routinely taking pictures of young people on the street nationwide.He joins others, including Wairarapa iwi, calling for an investigation after the police in the region admitted illegally taking pictures of ...
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pin hopes on Māori Land Court

Iwi members fighting the sale of land at Marukaikuru / Shelly Bay are pinning their hopes on the Māori Land Court after the funder for their High Court case pulled out.Mau Whenua have been occupying the land in Wellington where a controversial $500 million development is pl...
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Maori boys' boarding school

December 17, 2020

St Stephens looks to reopen in 2022

Historic Māori boys' boarding school St Stephens (Tipene) is closer to reopening at Bombay.Twenty years after the school closed, its board has submitted a draft application to the Ministry of Education to become a special character school and will now put in a formal applic...
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Oranga Tamariki ‘review’

December 17, 2020

did not contact foster parents

Children's Minister Kelvin Davis has ordered Oranga Tamariki to stop its 'reverse uplifts' of children from foster care, after a limited internal review raised systemic issuesAn internal Oranga Tamariki review of a 'reverse uplift' of children from their foster parents - hig...
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at racism in health research

Sir Jerry Mateparae is calling out racism in health research to help lift the lid on what he says is a pervasive issue, Laura Walters reportsFormer Governor-General Sir Jerry Mateparae says racism in health research is pervasive and is hindering the health and wellbeing...
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Listen to your ancestors:

December 16, 2020

The power of being a Māori journalist

Shilo Kino has written previously on the challenge of being a Māori journalist. But this year the Marae reporter has discovered the power of Māori journalism that comes from telling our own stories.The night before I met the four sisters, I couldn't sleep. I spent hours re...
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Te Paati Māori takes on

December 16, 2020

Parliament with humour

Te Paati Māori co-leaders Debbie Ngarewa-Packer and Rawiri Waititi started off the term with clashes with the Speaker and a bit of interior redecorating. As part of a year in review series, they spoke to Newsroom about their working relationship and plans for the next three...
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