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Te Puni Kōkiri occasionally publishes media statements and speeches. If you are looking for statements and speeches from the Minister of Māori Development, visit the Beehive website. You can find all of our stories and media on our website.

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  • Māori Land Service case studies underway

    • Date: 03 August 2017

    The Māori Land Service Programme has begun working with Māori land owners on regional case studies that will help inform the advisory and development services that may be offered in the future by the Māori Land Service (MLS).

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  • New initiative helps whānau find successful housing independence

    • Date: 03 August 2017

    A new home ownership initiative is proving a success amongst Rotorua whānau as they achieve housing independence or enter into the final stages of owning their own homes.

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  • New iwi business finds work for 220 locals since opening

    • Date: 02 July 2017

    About 400 people gathered at the War Memorial Hall in Whanganui on Saturday evening for the inaugural Te Manu Atatū Māori Business Awards.

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  • Kei te tautoko Te Puni Kōkiri i te rewanga o Matariki

    • Date: 01 July 2017

    Kei te tautoko Te Puni Kōkiri i tētahi whakaaturanga kākahu hei whakanui i te wā o Matariki i Te Waipounamu.

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  • Kei te tautoko Te Puni Kōkiri i ngā pakihi Māori

    • Date: 29 June 2017

    Kātahi anō ka hainatia ētahi whakaaetanga i waenganui i Te Puni Kōkiri me ngā umanga e rua, arā, ko Māori Women's Development Inc (MWDI) me NZ Māori Tourism (NZMT). Nui atu i te $15 miriona te nui o te pūtea ka tukuna ki aua whakahaere ā ngā tau e toru e heke mai nei.

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  • Spotlight on Thriving Maori Businesses in Whanganui Region

    • Date: 28 June 2017

    The finalists for the inaugural Te Manu Atatū Māori Business Awards have been announced, showcasing a variety of successful Māori ventures in the Whanganui region.

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