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May 18, 2020

Maori Hearings reach tens of thousands / Pits Maori Authority Chair against National Leader Simon Bridges

The first Maori Hearing can be viewed here:  

Key Points:

  1. Maori Hearings established after Simon Bridges refused to hear more from Maori on COVID19 / Maori A...

May 18, 2020

Another patient dies by suicide – Waitemata District Health Board should be sacked and a Commissioner APPOINTED

  • KEY POINTS: Four suicides related to the same DHB facility / PPE and COVID19 – Nurses infected  / Quality of care sub-standard / DHB Board should be sacke...

May 14, 2020

The Executive Director of the New Zealand Maori Council and Chair of the National Maori Authority, Matthew Tukaki, has welcomed the significant boost in the budget for Maori. Tukaki paid particular tribute and thanks to the work of Minister of Employment, Willie Jackso...

May 3, 2020

"Its time to build this nation anew. A Nation where we are self sustaining and fixed on the future. We must once again take up our leadership roles, roll up our sleeves and ensure that we do not go back to business as usual. That means being bold and brave but focused...

May 1, 2020

It was an institution that grew Aotearoa's scientific and research capacity - and then it was gone. 

The National Maori Authority Chair, Matthew Tukaki, has backed a proposal for a $10 million investment into New Zealand researchers and scientists working on a vaccine f...

April 30, 2020

The New Zealand Maori Council has welcomed the doubling of the winter energy payment calling it another pillar of support for the nations most vulnerable:

"The news that the payment has been doubled is a great show of support for New Zealanders who are doing it tough -...

April 30, 2020

More Maori could enter the home ownership market, push for a first home buyers matched grant, shop around for a better deal

New Zealand Maori Council pushed further into housing policy

The New Zealand Maori Council has welcomed the removal, for the next twelve months, of...

April 30, 2020

“The sheen is beginning to come off the Governments health response as Maori struggle in a post level 4 lockdown – the question has to be what is the plan?” Matthew Tukaki

The New Zealand Maori Council has released data that paints a bleak picture for Maoridom as the lo...

A board can be a strength or a weakness to your organisation. For the most part an effective board is one that supports management in the implementation of the organisations strategy. They know what needs to be done because of them understands the role they play. A bad...

We all sure can learn a lot from Steve Jobs. In today's post we'll concentrate not on what success-lessons his story teaches but rather the failures.

Some years back, before Apple had come into its second being, Steve Jobs sat down with the Silicon Valley Historical Soc...

April 27, 2020

Coming into any new year you want to make sure that you kickstart it with a bang – and for many people one of the biggest motivators in terms of productivity at work could be to secure a pay rise. Pay rises are funny things – many people associate them with specific pe...

When many people embark on a second career they don’t turn to a new job or even a role change – they turn to opening their own small business. In fact, a great many people turn to the world of franchising where their options are vast and wide. From a McDonalds to a 7-1...

April 27, 2020

We often tend to not always things about the mental health and daily struggle challenges of older kiwis but for a vast many in the sixty up club its not all bowling and fishing into their later years. I can tell you that the challenges are as deep as they are wide. Wom...

I often hear from job seekers that they have applied for dozens if not hundreds of jobs and very rarely get a reply or even an interview. Over time, as the feeling of rejection sets in confidence takes a hit and anxiety and depression can creep in. Many people feel as...

I have heard a lot of stories in my time involved with the employment and recruitment sector around questions asked during an interview that leaves you wondering “what were they thinking?” – and I am not talking about questions those being interviewed ask potential emp...

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Sir Apirana Ngata was a man who set the pace of his times and a true Maori leader. He has often been described as the foremost Māori politician to have ever served in Parliament, and is also known for his work in promoting and protecting Māori culture and language. In the 1905 election, Ngata himself stood as the Liberal candidate for the Eastern Maori electorate, challenging the incumbent Wi Pere. He was elected to Parliament.


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