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    Willie Jackson has second go at board
     21 November 2014
    Broadcaster Willie Jackson will be given a second chance to get on Auckland's Independent Maori Statutory Board after taking the selection body to court.
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    Maori company to pay fired worker $30,000
    19 Nov: A company which oversees land belonging to some of Nelson's original Maori landowners unjustifiably dismissed an employee who made mistakes, says the ERA.... more
    Crown seeks conviction for King's son
    17 Nov: A judge is now deciding whether or not to overturn charges against the son of the Maori King, with the Crown saying it won't affect the succession.... more
    C Company memorial opens in Gisborne
    15 Nov: A permanent home for memorabilia of the 28th Maori Battalion C Company has been opened in Gisborne.... more
    Report doesn't change crown rule: minister
    14 Nov: An academic says the Waitangi Tribunal report got basic facts wrong, while the minister says it doesn't question the Crown's sovereignty.... more
    Maori sneak home against Japan
    9 Nov: The Maori All Blacks have won their rugby series against Japan 2-0 after sneaking home 20-18 via a late try in Tokyo.... more
    Changes to Maori All Blacks for Japan Test
    6 Nov: Four changes have been made to the Maori All Blacks team which beat Japan 61-21 last week for the second Test in Tokyo.... more
    Pro-IS Kiwi 'lovely but misguided'
    3 Nov: Hastings man Te Amorangi Kireka-Whaanga, a Maori Muslim, has been using his Facebook page to promote the work of Islamic State.... more
    Tasman trio out of Maori All Blacks tour
    26 Oct: Injury has forced the Tasman trio of Shane Christie, Liam Squire and Joe Wheeler from the Maori All Blacks' two-match tour of Japan.... more
    Maori TV looks at options
    25 Oct: Maori Television is refuting speculation it is moving to Rotorua but says it is considering options when its lease in Newmarket comes up for review.... more

     Most Popular Recent Maori News
     25 Oct: Maori TV looks at options ++++++++++++
     14 Nov: Report doesn't change crown rule: minister +++++++++++
     15 Nov: C Company memorial opens in Gisborne +++++++
     26 Oct: Tasman trio out of Maori All Blacks tour +++++++
     03 Nov: Pro-IS Kiwi 'lovely but misguided' ++++++
     19 Nov: Maori company to pay fired worker $30,000 +++++
     09 Nov: Maori sneak home against Japan +++++

     Maori NewsLinks
      21 Nov: Witt students could be reimbursed (RadioNZ)
      21 Nov: Maori processor signs china deal (RadioNZ)
      21 Nov: Few philanthropists think of maori: study (RadioNZ)
      21 Nov: Maramema roderick appointed maori tv's top job (NZ Herald)
      21 Nov: Maori at risk in low-end housing: expert (RadioNZ)
      21 Nov: Court rejects anti-waste water plant claim (RadioNZ)
      21 Nov: Reserve bank values te reo (RadioNZ)
      20 Nov: Govt leaving maori 'vulnerable' (RadioNZ)
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