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The latest stories, notices, publications, and other news from across our website.

Restoring the mauri to ‘diseased’ whenua

  • Date: 24 October 2022

Thanks to funding from Te Puni Kōkiri Whenua Māori Fund, Paengaroa South 3 can finally look to restore the mauri to their whenua.

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Te Arawa marae benefit from MCCF

  • Date: 20 October 2022

More than 50 Te Arawa marae have used $4.3 million from the Māori Communities COVID-19 Fund to build the resilience of vulnerable communities and help hapori Māori manage the impact of COVID-19.

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Te Puni Kōkiri Annual Report 2021 - 2022

  • Published: 20 October 2022

The 2021/2022 Te Puni Kōkiri Annual Report was published today following tabling in Parliament.

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Toby’s Seafood representing te ao Māori with kai

  • Date: 11 October 2022

Friday night fish and chips are a treat for whānau throughout Aotearoa. With takeaway shops on nearly every corner, Pat Tobin, Director, Toby’s Seafood knows it is their te ao Māori approach that sets them apart. With counters full of fresh kaimoana and ika, a te reo Māori menu, legendary fry bread, and manaakitanga at the heart of their mahi they have a recipe for success.

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Māori Emerging Leaders Programme

  • Date: 06 October 2022

Former Te Puni Kōkiri staff Leith Comer, Rachel Jones, and Mere Pohatu imparted their wisdom and experience onto a new group of public servants.

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Canadian delegation visit

  • Date: 30 September 2022

A piece by Derek Fox

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ICA between New Zealand and Canada

  • Published: 28 September 2022

In August 2022, Minister for Māori Development Hon Willie Jackson and Canadian Minister of Indigenous Services Hon Patty Hajdu signed an Indigenous Collaboration Arrangement between the governments of Aotearoa-New Zealand and Canada.

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2022 Ahuwhenua Trophy upholds farming excellence

  • Date: 23 September 2022

The three finalists for the 2022 Ahuwhenua Trophy Māori Excellence in Farming Award for sheep and beef farming have now each hosted their Field Day event.

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Art as a tool for growth

  • Date: 21 September 2022

Kākano Youth Arts Collective is creating a safe space for vulnerable West Auckland youth to create art and gain valuable life skills and work experience.

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New data on Māori Business

  • Published: 16 September 2022

The business activities of Māori Authorities and other Māori enterprises come under the spotlight in new data produced by Statistics NZ, contributing to a growing kete of information.

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Ngāti Rārua Ātiawa Iwi Trust: Resolution of the Perpetual Lease Issues Relating to Whakarewa Lands in Motueka

  • Published: 16 September 2022

These documents sought Cabinet’s agreement to resume and conclude negotiations with Ngāti Rārua Ātiawa Iwi Trust for the resolution of the perpetual lease issues at Whakarewa.

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New data on Māori businesses

  • Date: 15 September 2022

The business activities of Māori Authorities and other Māori enterprises come under the spotlight in new data produced by Statistics NZ, contributing to a growing kete of information.

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Strengthening the Māori media sector for the future

  • Published: 07 September 2022

These documents sought Cabinet’s agreement to strengthen the Māori media sector over the next three years to ensure its ongoing sustainability. It outlines plans to provide a high-level framework to guide ongoing work during a period of change.

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Te Reo Māori takes centre stage in Tāmaki

  • Date: 06 September 2022

Te Pou theatre in West Auckland are champions of Te Reo Māori, with hopes to normalise the reo through performing arts.

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Marae breaks down barriers for job seekers

  • Date: 06 September 2022

Papakura Marae is set to host its first Nōu Te Ao: The world is yours employment expo, with hopes to connect whānau Māori to potential employers in a ‘safe space’.

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Moe mai rā Peter Little

  • Date: 01 September 2022

This week we acknowledge the passing of our long-serving colleague and friend Peter Little (MNZM).

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Supporting Māori Boarding Schools: Infrastructure Investment Model

  • Published: 18 August 2022

These documents sought Cabinet’s agreement to a funding allocation model for progressing the four Māori boarding schools’ infrastructure improvements.

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Māori Housing: Urban development in Tāmaki

  • Date: 10 August 2022

Whenua where an urban Māori housing development will soon sit was blessed and had the sod turned recently in Mt Wellington, Tāmaki Makaurau.

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Local Intermediary Connect Programme Supporting Pakihi Māori to Grow

  • Date: 10 August 2022

Lifting the capability of Māori businesses to realise their aspirations is the goal for founder of Awhi Rōpu Consultants (ARC), Aroha Dorset.

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Wāhine Māori celebrated at businesswomen awards

  • Date: 05 August 2022

Te Puni Kōkiri was a major sponsor at the recent Māori Women’s Development Inc (MWDI) awards night in Tāmaki Makaurau, celebrating businesswomen and their pakihi.

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2023 Ngarimu VC and 28th (Māori) Battalion Memorial Scholarships now open

  • Date: 28 July 2022

Applications for the Ngarimu VC and 28th (Māori) Battalion Memorial Scholarships for the 2023 academic year are now open.

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Te Matapaeroa 2020: New data into Māori Business

  • Date: 18 July 2022

Wahine Māori have a strong involvement in Māori business, new Te Puni Kōkiri research shows.

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Waitangi Tribunal Claims Update

  • Published: 18 July 2022

Section 8I Report 1 July 2020 To 30 June 2021

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Te Matapaeroa 2020

  • Published: 18 July 2022

Te Matapaeroa 2020 looks at the makeup of more than 23,000 Māori businesses and 38,000 sole traders.

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Rangatahi Manawaroa

  • Date: 07 July 2022

Rangatahi Manawaroa (formerly the Rangatahi Suicide Prevention Fund) has been renamed to better reflect the range of community initiatives contributing to improving rangatahi well-being and resilience that are funded.

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