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As someone who has been working in suicide prevention for some years now i know that often having a simple conversation can make all of the difference when a loved one is doing it tough. COVID 19 and the lock down tends to amplify how we feel when we are isolation or a...

This week I announced a suite of measures for the Government to consider when it comes to small and medium sized business and what we can all be doing as we start to look at emerging from the COVID19 lockdown. The reality is that a good number of small business owners,...

August 24, 2018

The latest suicide data released by New Zealand’s Chief Coroner is a telling story of the impact of suicide on Maori. w 668 people died by suicide in the 2017/18 year. New Zealand’s suicide rate – the number of suicides per 100,000 population- is at the highest level s...

January 2, 2018

Dalvanius Prime found fame in New Zealand music following the groundbreaking single Poi E in 1983, although he’d spent most of the previous decade working and recording in Australia. This episode of RareCollections looks at the great records he cut during the early par...

November 24, 2016

Image: Maori in the front row of the Babana Aboriginal organised colored diggers march, held each ANZAC day to acknowledge Indigenous peoples service in the Navy, Army, Airforce and associated forces. Maori have participated in the event since its inception Image: News...

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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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