September 11, 2023 | News
A project to make te reo Māori keyboards more available will be launched on Friday as part of Māori Language Week.
Te Pāti Māori co-leader Rawiri Waititi says the election campaigns of the other parties seem to be about the fears of elderly pākeha voters.
The Pediatric Society is backing Amnesty International's call for Aotearoa-New Zealand to repeal a 1961 law that allows 10-year-olds to be charged with murder.
Arrangements for the October 14 general election have now been formally set with Governor General Dame Cindy Kiro signing the writ yesterday at Government House.
It was a tough weekend for kiwi sports fans, with both the All Blacks and the Warriors falling short at the start of their respective competitions.
The Public Service Association says thousands of government workers will lose their jobs if National wins the election.
A public health champion says centralisation is silencing voices in health.
Labour's Tāmaki Makaurau candidate Peeni Henare says the Government has delivered on housing.
National's Hamilton West candidate Tama Potaka says the cost of living is the biggest challenge Māori face.
September 7, 2023 | News
A Rotorua kura kaupapa has became the first Māori immersion school to qualify for the national secondary schools' hockey competition in its 100 year history.
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