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Poipoia te kākano: Cadetships unearth potential of budding Māori entrepreneurs
The Cadetship programme provides a proven avenue for Māori of all ages to gain skills and to progress into higher paid, more senior roles.
Building economic capacity with the Māori Cadetship Programme
Te Puni Kōkiri Māori Cadetship Programme contributes to thriving, innovative and resilient businesses and is supporting the economic recovery, post COVID-19 pandemic.
Nurturing whenua and whānau through māra kai
Te Puna Reo o Raparapaririki and Mahora School are using mātauranga Māori and spaces of peace to nurture whenua and nurture whānau through māra kai.
Te Puni Kōkiri Pay Gaps Action Plan 2022-24
Te Puni Kōkiri proudly promotes and engages in diversity and inclusiveness across the spectrum.
Whenua Development: Tupoki Takarangi Trust
Driving along the scenic coastal road through Eastbourne in Lower Hutt, the furthest point south sees you stop at the carpark at Burdan’s Gate.
Te Pūtake o Te Riri ki Tauranga Moana Haerenga
Tauranga Moana iwi commemorated 159 years since the battles of Gate Pā and Te Ranga
Whenua Māori clinics kick off in Te Tai Hauāuru
Māori landowners in Te Tai Hauāuru have the opportunity to engage kanohi ki te kanohi with Te Puni Kōkiri about their whenua.
Developing the aspirations of Te Maungarongo Ahu Whenua Trust
Te Maungarongo Ahu Whenua Trust administers 16 hectares of whenua in the Waima Valley in Te Tai Tokerau.
Government Inquiry into the response to the North Island Severe Weather Events
The Government Inquiry into the response to the North Island Severe Weather Events is currently looking into the three major 2023 weather events: Cyclone Hale, Cyclone Gabrielle, and the heavy rainfall in Hawke’s Bay, Northland, Auckland, Waikato, Tairāwhiti, Tararua, and Bay of Plenty.
Pūrongo-ā-tau: Annual Report 2023
This Annual Report looks back over the past year, recognises our achievements, and reports on our progress towards the goals and targets we have set.
Pūrongo-ā-tau: Annual Report 2023
Secretary for Māori Development (Chief Executive of Te Puni Kōkiri), Dave Samuels, is pleased to present the Annual Report of Te Puni Kōkiri for the year ended 30 Pipiri 2023.
Government response to the Māori Affairs Committee report on Te Mātāwai
The paper seeks Cabinet Legislation Committee approval of the Government response to the recommendations in the Māori Affairs Committee report on Te Mātāwai.
Kia whakanuia ki te Mahuru Māori 2023
Reo Māori stories, team waiata and inter-office kapa haka performances helped bring Mahuru Māori to life at Te Puni Kōkiri.
Māori Housing: A new dawn for Te Āwhina Marae
Hundreds of whānau and the wider Motueka community gathered recently to celebrate a huge milestone in the housing journey of Te Āwhina Marae.
Award-winning Wi Pere farm recovering from Cyclone Gabrielle
An award-winning whenua Māori farm slammed by four-meter-high waves of cyclone debris will recover in a third of the time thanks to Government support.
Report on Overseas Travel: Hon Willie Jackson
These documents recommended that Cabinet note Hon Willie Jackson’s report on his travel to Rarotonga from 13 – 17 Hōngongoi 2023, for engagements relating to his Māori Development portfolio.
Proposed Overseas Travel: Hon Willie Jackson
These documents sought Cabinet’s approval for Hon Willie Jackson to travel to Rarotonga from 13 – 17 Hōngongoi 2023 for engagements relating to his Māori Development portfolio.
Māori cadetship programme builds resilient businesses and kaimahi
Organisations participating in Cadetships have been recognised as employers of choice for Māori. By actively supporting the upskilling of existing and new kaimahi Māori, this has improved kaimahi retention leading to improvements in overall performance.
Tamariki and Rangatahi Wellbeing webinar
This webinar will provide insights of value to community, government and academic.
Make sure you can have your say
Together, we can make sure all eligible New Zealanders have their say in the 2023 General Election.
130 years of Women’s Suffrage, the role wāhine Māori played, and today
130 years since Aotearoa New Zealand became the first self-governing country to give women the right to vote in parliamentary elections.
Mr G and rangatahi from Shannon create inspirational wall art
Strengthening rangatahi wellbeing, resilience and confidence through tikanga and cultural identity was demonstrated in Shannon recently, when famous artist Mr G, came to town.
Chief Judge Caren Fox appointed Waitangi Tribunal Chair
Newly sworn in Chief Judge of the Māori Land Court, Caren Fox, is also the new Chair of the Waitangi Tribunal.
Te Ture mō Te Reo Māori 2016 Review
A review of the Māori Language Act 2016 was undertaken in close partnership with Te Mātāwai, commensurate with the kaupapa of Te Whare o te Reo Mauri Ora, and with close support from the Māori language entities under Vote Māori Development.
The Section 8I Report 2022
A report on the progress made on implementation of Waitangi Tribunal recommendations to the Crown for the period 1 July 2021 to 30 June 2022.