Ko Te Puni Kōkiri (Ministry of Māori Development) te kaitohutohu matua mō te karauna i runga i ngā kaupapa whanaungatanga i waenga i te Māori me te Karauna. Ka ārahi hoki mātou i te hanga kaupapa here tūmatanui mā te tuku tohutohu ki te Kāwanatanga mō ngā kaupapa here e pā ana ki te oranga tinana Māori me te whanaketanga. Ko te whakamārama mō Te Puni Kōkiri, he puni e kōkiri tahi ana. I runga anō i taua ingoa, ko tā mātou e ngana nei kia whītikihia ngā pūkenga ā-ohu nei o te Māori kia hangaia ai he Aotearoa kaha ake.
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The Statement of Intent is a high level document, which provides transparent information to Parliament and the New Zealand public about how Te Puni Kōkiri intends to manage for outcomes and outputs. It includes our strategic direction and operating intentions. Read More »
The Te Ture Whenua Māori Act 1993 Review Panel has developed some proposals to improve the likelihood of utilisation of Māori land.
The due date for submissions has been extended from 17 May 2013 to 14 June 2013 to allow interested parties more time to make their views known. Read More »
Māori Affairs Minister, Dr. Pita Sharples has welcomed news that Waka Māori will be used in San Francisco during the America’s Cup, and says that the pavilion will show our Māori culture to the world. Read More »
Chief Executive Michelle Hippolite added the voice of Te Puni Kōkiri to the many tributes to Hon Parekura Horomia today.
”We are gathering to remember the former Minister of Māori of Affairs, rangatira, friend and whanaunga.” Read More »
A tiny, unassuming bird that flies non-stop from New Zealand to northern China is one of many ancient bonds to be celebrated at this weekend's inaugural Taniwha & Dragon Festival at Auckland's Ōrākei Marae. Read More »
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