Ngāti Pōrou iwi protest at the University of Waikato after claims of racism were made.

OPINION: Evidence of institutional racism in Aotearoa is overwhelming. Rhys Jones recently described the health sector by saying “inequity is not a bug in the system – it’s a feature” and we argue the university is no exception.This collective form of ...
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OPINION: By the time you read this, US President Donald Trump will have named his nominee for the US Supreme Court to replace US Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsberg following her death on September 18.Trump’s said it’ll “most likely be a woman”, but I...
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During Te Wiki o te Reo Māori, there were alternative spellings to represent the correct pronunciation of Maori words

COLUMN: The primary aim in these columns is to provide clear explanation of the ways in which the structures of phrases and sentences in te reo Māori differs from those of English.From time to time, however, other points of interest arise.Over Te Wiki o te Reo Māori, ...
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Waiata 'spark the fire'

October 3, 2020

in Pere Wihongi's soul

Performing music is a key to happiness for singer, songwriter, presenter and all round talented Kiwi Pere Wihongi. He spoke to Music 101's Charlotte Ryan about coping strategies, and the positive impact music can have on mental health.On Thursday night Pere hosted a one-hour...
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How learning te reo Māori

October 3, 2020

is giving a young businesswoman greater purpose

Jacinta Gulasekharam is a socially driven entrepreneur and co-founder of period poverty start-up Dignity. We spoke to her about how that work feeds her drive to learn and honour te reo.Growing up in Feilding, Jacinta Gulasekharam felt both safe and strange. She was...
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“He aroha whakatō, he aroha puta mai.” “If kindness is sown, then kindness you shall receive. “

It was with much pride on a mid-September Monday morning that I opened our very own The Southland Times and saw the usual masthead – the name of the paper – replaced with Te Karere o Murihiku.To me it looked perfect. I would be happy seeing that on every c...
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to ministry after delays to rebuild

Te Rūnanga nui o ngā kura kaupapa says institutional racism is the cause of total immersion Māori schools being dropped down the list for repairs and rebuilds and they are fed up and calling on the Education Ministry to act.Te Kura Kaupapa Māori o te Whānau Tahi, based ...
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When our excellence

September 25, 2020

constrains their privilege

The University of Otago, which has been considering a controversial proposal to cap its intake of Māori and Pacific medical students, admitted last week that it’s facing a legal challenge to its medical school admissions programme. Dr Papaarangi Reid, Professor ...
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A Pākehā Perspective

Written in 2018 but worthy of a read:At a recent talk I attended, Claudia Rankine, a Jamaican-born American poet and academic, spoke about how, in many places, “white life is a standard for normal life”. Whiteness is seen as “neutral, nonpartisan, and normal,” she sa...
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