MÄori Development Minister, Te Ururoa Flavell, welcomes the interim Waitangi Tribunal report on Te Ture Whenua MÄori.
The Tribunal released part of its report last night in response to an urgent hearing held last year.
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The Northland Regional Council has added its voice to those welcoming the newly-released Tai Tokerau Northland Economic Action Plan.
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At approximately 2.30am on Saturday 6th February 2016, a 22 year old woman was assaulted on North Road, Dunedin by two men who were travelling in a red motor vehicle.
The vehicle was described by the victim as a red four door sedan, with mag wheels and a large spoiler on the boot.
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The New Zealand shearing team of Dion King and Rowland Smith has kept their country’s unbeaten record in annual home test matches against Wales intact with a win by 10pts in the opening match of a new CP Wool Series.
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Creative New Zealand, in partnership with the National University of Samoa, is offering a three month artist residency in Apia, Samoa, in 2016.
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HERO Condoms is swelling with pride, having been selected as a major sponsor for the 2016 Auckland Pride Festival in New Zealand.
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The recent spell of hot humid weather has challenged many young infants and their parents, says Bay of Plenty District Health Board midwife and senior lactation consultant Karen Palmer.
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Sick of lugging that heavy laptop to the office or University? Not wanting to ditch the holiday iPad for the back-at-uni laptop? The perfect solution is only a keystroke away - a Brydge Keyboard for your iPad - lighter, smaller and more productive than ever before.
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