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Maori Party, Greens slam Tyson backing
11 October 2012
The Maori Party and Green Party say a Maori organisation supporting Mike Tyson's visa application should rethink its endorsement.
Ancestral remains to return to NZ
4 Oct 2012:
More than 20 sets of Maori and Moriori ancestral remains, taken out of New Zealand by collectors in the 1800s, will return home next week....
Taonga protester arrested at open day
29 Sep 2012:
A man has been arrested for disorderly behaviour during a protest over Maori treasures at a Levin community centre open day....
Govt's approach to hui questioned
20 Sep 2012:
The Maori Party is accusing the government of holding a pre-determined position as it consults with iwi over water rights....
Key stands firm on water rights
17 Sep 2012:
John Key has written to the Maori Council saying the government won't discuss water rights with it despite the threat of legal action over asset sales....
Govt faces more asset sales problems
14 Sep 2012:
Iwi leaders are meeting to discuss the next move in their negotiations with the government and ministers could face further delays....
Tainui, Ngai Tahu to claim treaty top-ups
13 Sep 2012:
Major iwi Tainui and Ngai Tahu will probably be paid Treaty settlement top-ups because a relativity clause will be triggered, says a Maori academic....
Maori wind claim divisive, ACT leader says
11 Sep 2012:
Pakeha good will is going to be stretched to breaking point by a Maori claim for the commercial use of wind, ACT's John Banks says....
Key rejects Maori wind ownership
10 Sep 2012:
Prime Minister John Key thinks there is no basis to Ngapuhi elder David Rankin's comments that Maori may have a Treaty claim to wind....
National ministers to shun water hui
5 Sep 2012:
Prime Minister John Key has ruled out National Party MPs or ministers attending the Maori King's national hui on water rights....
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