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Thursday, 17 January 2019

Australia launches first LGBTI consent festival

Australia launches first LGBTI consent festival
- One of Australia's largest LGBTI events, Melbourne's Midsumma Festival, will ... 'In health for example, we've just had a debate in politics about “gay ...

The Gay Penguins of Australia

The Gay Penguins of Australia
- When Sphen and Magic became a couple, Australia had just gone through a bitter battle about whether gay marriage should be legal. The human gay ...

NCEA results are out and Māori may have an advantage

NCEA results are out and Māori may have an advantage
- NCEA results released today reveal only 1 in 7 students enrolled in Māori language subjects are enrolled in Te Reo Rangatira. However, wharekura ...

Paradiso Ubud celebrates indigenous voices through film

Paradiso Ubud celebrates indigenous voices through film
- The Papua-themed evening also explored indigenous literary talents. ... It tells the story of how indigenous people can be resourceful when faced with ...

Māori more likely to face prison after drug conviction

Māori more likely to face prison after drug conviction
- Drug Foundation's latest state of the nation has found more than half of those being imprisoned for low level drug offences are Māori. The report ...

Te Reo Maori needed in smaller communities too

Te Reo Maori needed in smaller communities too
- Te Wānanga o Aotearoa is rejecting a suggestion it is short changing Māori language students on the Kaipara. Peter Boyes, who took Te Ara Reo ...

Taranaki mayor censures councillor 'ashamed' of Māori anthem

Taranaki mayor censures councillor 'ashamed' of Māori anthem
- New Plymouth mayor Neil Holdom has distanced himself from comments made by a district councillor who says he is "ashamed" of singing the te reo ...

Māori films more than 'natives running around with bare bums'

Māori films more than 'natives running around with bare bums'
- The search is on for the next big thing in Māori filmmaking after the New Zealand Film Commission earmarked $2.5 million for feature films in te reo ...

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