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Summer internship: Saying ‘yes’ to opportunity

  • Date: 03 Paengawhāwhā 2024

Our annual summer internship programme is an opportunity for young, passionate rangatahi to bring their fresh perspectives into the public service. 

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Downer degree graduates Te Puni Kōkiri cadets

  • Date: 19 Poutūterangi 2024

Downer graduates from Otago Polytechnic – Te Pūkenga, brought colour and life to the streets of central Dunedin on their graduation day on 15 March 2024.

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Engaging with communities in the far south

  • Date: 18 Poutūterangi 2024

Early last week, Minister for Māori Development Tama Potaka visited Te Waipounamu to meet with local whānau, hapū and iwi as part of a range of engagements across the motu.

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ACC Annual Scheme Access Reporting

  • Date: 15 Poutūterangi 2024

ACC is seeking feedback about its proposed ‘access reporting’ approach including developing a kaupapa Māori approach. Consultation is open until 8 April 2024. Have your say here.

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Summer Internships: A kaupapa Māori approach to work experience

  • Date: 11 Poutūterangi 2024

Driven by a desire to contribute meaningfully to Māori development, Sophia ‘Unga took up the challenge of being a summer intern for Te Puni Kōkiri.

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Indigenous Wāhine Leadership Wānanga focuses on Wāhine Entrepreneurship

  • Date: 04 Poutūterangi 2024

A group of indigenous wāhine leaders from Australia and Aotearoa came together to share in industry excellence and cultural exchange bringing our two countries’ indigenous peoples closer to promote economic, social and cultural advancement.

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Māori business development programme wins national awards

  • Date: 29 Huitanguru 2024

A programme enabling Māori businesses to earn government procurement contracts has won national acclaim from the engineering sector.

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Summer interns bring fresh perspectives to the table

  • Date: 28 Huitanguru 2024

With a longstanding interest in politics and government, Nova Te Hapua Waretini-Hewson was a smart fit for our 2024 internship programme.

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Protecting Indigenous Knowledge – He Toa Takitini

  • Date: 23 Huitanguru 2024

Our Te Pae Tawhiti and Ōhanga (economic) policy teams in collaboration with indigenous intellectual property experts Local Contexts, brought together leaders and policy developers whose mahi helps protect indigenous knowledge around the world, including mātauranga Māori.

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Cyclone Gabrielle, climate hazards and a changing world

  • Date: 15 Huitanguru 2024

Cyclone Gabrielle’s destructive pathway in February 2023, had a significant impact on Māori communities. Our thoughts remain with those who lost loved ones, were displaced, and all whānau, hapū, and iwi affected.

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Preserving Te Tiriti o Waitangi for future generations

  • Date: 05 Huitanguru 2024

The care, protection and preservation of our founding document and taonga, Te Tiriti o Waitangi is safely in the hands of conservators from Te Rua Mahara o te Kāwanatanga - Archives New Zealand and Puna Mātauranga o Aotearoa - National Library of New Zealand.

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Whenua Māori: Landowners come together in Waihōpai

  • Date: 02 Huitanguru 2024

Our regional advisors in the Whenua Māori Service support Māori landowners all over Aotearoa to develop their whenua.

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Rātana celebrations hit high note

  • Date: 29 Kohitātea 2024

Celebrations kicked off at Rātana Pa recently, 151 years since the birth of Tahupōtiki Wiremu Rātana.

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EOI invited for Deputy Chief Judge and Judge for the Māori Land Court

  • Date: 26 Kohitātea 2024

Following the appointment of Chief Judge Caren Fox in July 2023, the Minister for Māori Development now invites expressions of interest from suitably qualified candidates for the role of Deputy Chief Judge of the Māori Land Court and the role of Judge of the Māori Land Court.

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Cadetships: Helping improve job satisfaction and business performance

  • Date: 16 Kohitātea 2024

“The people are what I love most about this job”, said Dre Davis, Downer apprentice water serviceman and cadet, when he was asked about his role and his placement as a cadet through the Te Puni Kōkiri Cadetship Programme.

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