June 16, 2022 | News
Middlemore Hospital is struggling to cope as influenza cases mount, on top of continued Covid cases and other winter ailments.
Maori Party co-leader Debbie Ngarewa Packer is looking forward to Adrian Rurawhe becoming Parliament's Speaker.
There's a push to get more women into farming leadership and governance positions.
An epidemiologist is warning of a looming health equity crisis because of long Covid.
The New Zealand Māori Arts & Crafts Institute is looking for students who are passionate about learning and preserving the arts of their ancestors.
A Māori tech entrepreneur wants put te reo Maori lessons on to PlayStation.
The country’s largest school is facing a huge increase in its roll because of the pandemic.
A south Auckland health leader wants employers to ease up on asking wrokrs for doctor's certificates.
A Taurangamoana kaumatua isn’t expecting any upside for Maori from Saturday’s Tauranga by-election.
New Broadcasting Minister Willie Jackson says he’s now in a position where he can fully coordinate the work he has been doing on a Māori media strategy with the overall broadcasting reforms
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