Your Search Returned 500 tagged news reports
However, the All Blacks and cultural groups will continue to be able to perform the challenge. Under the Haka Ka Mate Attribution Bill, which had its third reading in Parliament on Thursday, Ka Mate will be recognised as an integral part of Ngati Toa'
As a show dealing with deep issues of this land, and from the point of view of tangata whenua, it speaks directly to all of us living in Aotearoa. Out of the Gate (2002), by Star Gossage at Auckland Art Gallery. "The media aren't here, they aren't
Auckland [ change ] Few showers Max 24° Min 18° Labour supports recognition for 'Ka mate, Ka mate' Labour Party, Fuseworks April 17, 2014, 4:12 pm Labour is pleased to support action which will give proper recognition to the now famous Haka 'Ka Mate
The Foreign Charter Fishing Vessel legislation currently going through Parliament destroys Maori assets secured through a Treaty settlement." The first confiscation of our fisheries resources came when the Government assumed ownership of our taonga.
On Tuesday night it is listed as item 125 at Sotheby's auction of ''fine Asian, Australian & European arts and design''...It cannot just become someone's investment plaything or disappear into a private collection.'' Mr Barber said while Sydney Maori
It has been labelled the world's ugliest bird, and now kakapo has been named one of the most unique and endangered. In a just published article in Current Biology, researchers ranked the world's 10,000 recorded bird species by how evolutionary
Press Release for The Guarani-Kaiowa Karakia Wellington Karakia at Parliament Grounds The Silent Genocide should be stopped. We must draw attention to the Human rights of these indigenous minorities. Please join us on 22 April 2014 midday at the
Auckland [ change ] Few showers Max 24° Min 16° Climate change impacts tuatara population Victoria University, Fuseworks April 9, 2014, 11:50 am A new study involving researchers from Victoria University of Wellington shows climate change could
The Maori appreciated the red dress worn by the Duchess of Cambridge, a colour that represents high status. Photograph: Samir Hussein/WireImage Upon their arrival in Wellington yesterday, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge received a formal Maori
Hillgrove VI, 42 years, did a Maori Haka on Glastonbury Tor with his children Richard J. Hillgrove VII, 10 years, and Lola Hillgrove, 3 years, at the weekend...High profile targets have been sought out to make examples of, and I got caught in the