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Over 400 guests turned out to honour our six amazing and inspiring Distinguished Alumni award winners at a special event on 17...

Among the recipients of Victoria University's Distinguished Alumni Awards recognised today was Tamati Kruger of Ngāi...

Sarah Grohnert remembers the first time she met Tame Iti. Dressed in a pair of non-descript overalls with a paintbrush in one hand Mr Iti was joking around with other men contracted to paint the inside of the building that would become Tuhoe's headquarters in Taneatua, Te Kura...

Lemi is an internationally recognized leader in the arts world. He is Samoan and has made a major contribution to the way arts from Aotearoa are showcased on the world stage. His use of te reo Maori in his work celebrates the identity of Aotearoa. Here he talks with Peter-Lucas about the past, the present and future. Tihei Mauri...

REVIEW PROPOSES CHANGES TO MĀORI FISHERIES STRUCTURES A copy of the 2015 Review can be found here. A copy of this media release and Questions and Answers are available on Te Ohu Kaimoana’s website here. Te Ohu Kaimoana (Māori Fisheries Trust) will hold up to 10 hui nationwide with iwi organisations to discuss far-reaching recommendations made in a review of the Māori Fisheries Settlement structures. The 2015 Review...

Some viewers may not be aware that New Zealand's most high-profile Maori activist is also an artist. And since Tame Iti's release from prison, he's been painting. There's a lot to paint about - his tribe Tuhoe have just had the Te Urewera returned in a Treaty of Waitangi settlement. His exhibition, along with photographer Birgit Krippner, opens in Wellington's Suite Gallery tonight. Campbell Live reporter Whena...

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