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A $579m Māori health and wellbeing package was revealed on Thursday as part of Budget 2022.
Of the money, $579.9 million is being invested into various health initiatives.
It was previously called Calliope Crescent, after the British frigate which held paramount chief Te Rauparaha captive for months without trial.
They're also marking 200 years since the birth of King Tāwhiao, who was the first Māori monarch to travel to the UK.
James Lowe will return to his former home of Hamilton, but this time dressed in Irish green to face the Māori All Blacks haka.
The Finance minister has already dubbed it a 'health budget', saying there will be significant investment - including for the Māori Health Authority.
From the Government's $2.9 billion emissions reduction plan, $35.4 million will go towards supporting a transition for farmers, growers and whenua Māori.
Malachi Kurei takes regular Red Bands and transforms them into MokoBandz - gumboots featuring a hand drawn Māori design.
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Games in Hamilton and Wellington during Test series will challenge Ireland's depth during an already highly-anticipated tour.
Hohepa Thompson will be speaking with Don Brash and other political figures about the historical and cultural significance behind Aotearoa.
Tina Olsen-Ratana is on a mission to gain back control of her whenua after leasing laws dating back 100 years locked her and others out of controlling their land blocks.
It was her first time at Waitangi since becoming Governor-General in October last year.
President Che Wilson says it is a safety issue due to the threat of white supremacists in Tauranga.
Artists Poi Ngawati and Hana Maihi are behind the downtown taonga.
His comments come as ACT released its alternative budget, which would see agencies like Te Puni Kokiri - the Ministry of Māori Development abolished.
It's a big landowner in New Zealand with assets including more than 400 places of worship estimated to be worth $1.5 billion.
Tapsell ran unsuccessfully in the 2020 general election as the National Party candidate for East Coast, losing to Labour’s Kiritapu Allan.
Robb, of Pākehā descent, has played a significant role in the revitalisation of te reo Māori in Aotearoa.
Seymour says he is proud of his whakapapa, after being called a useless Māori by Willie Jackson in regards to his advocacy.