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Wednesday, 24 October 2018

Western Australia's chance to let trans citizens choose their own gender

Western Australia's chance to let trans citizens choose their own gender
- Trans advocates in Western Australia have urged the state government to allow trans and non-binary residents choose their own gender.

Is It Legal To Fire Someone For Being Gay?

Is It Legal To Fire Someone For Being Gay?
- Yet you still hear stories of Australians getting fired for being gay - or more accurately, being open about being gay. So is this actually legal in Australia ...

Ancient jungle tribe of super-strong hunters close to being wiped out by Christian missionaries

Ancient jungle tribe of super-strong hunters close to being wiped out by Christian missionaries
- more than 75 miles into the forest in South Eastern Papua New Guinea to document the Korowai people - but was concerned by what he found.

Tuākana on hand to stop law bullies

Tuākana on hand to stop law bullies
- The Māori lawyers association has set up a panel to support members who may wish to make complaints about bullying, harassment or other ...

Māori in tech get union backing

Māori in tech get union backing
- A new union for workers in technology wants to address unequal treatment of women, Māori, and minorities in the sector. It's one of the priorities ...

Super restrictions threat to Māori

Super restrictions threat to Māori
- Auckland Action Against Poverty is warning a bill to raise the residency requirements for New Zealand Superannuation will hit many Māori and ...

Humble kūmara used to connect locals to the land

Humble kūmara used to connect locals to the land
- Last Friday Māori Development Minister Nanaia Mahuta, Rotorua mayor Steve Chadwick, Kai Rotorua volunteers and students from around the rohe ...

We need more diversity in our health system - entrance schemes help

We need more diversity in our health system - entrance schemes help
- So why is it that 14.9 per cent of New Zealand's population is Māori and 7.4 per cent is Pasifika, but within New Zealand's doctors only 3.2 per cent are ...

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