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1 Ngai Tahu takes court action over South Island lakes and rivers
2 Focus on systems of power
3 Flying in the face of reason or not?
4 Three international airports, one district: Flying in the face of reason or not?
5 Rebuilding an iconic road: The making of Canterbury's State Highway 80
6 Challenge to ensure te reo Maori a living language
7 TEDxChristchurch 2019: Tūrangawaewae Event Wins Best Community Event And And Best Food Experience
8 Trout farming could be back on the menu
9 Goals set for future of Southland's waterways
10 Applications For 2021 Grass-roots Science Projects Are Now Open
11 Ngāi Tahu orders removal of historic lakeside baches near Christchurch
12 Canterbury's Greenpark Huts residents vow to fight after iwi tells them to demolish homes and move
13 Ngāi Tahu honours the past with names of two property developments
14 When rehoming wildlife, Indigenous leadership delivers the best results
15 Securing the future
16 A Leap Of Faith – In Labour's Direction Of Travel.
17 Marae of Murihiku: The marae along the trails, O Te Ika Rama Marae
18 Knowing Ngai Tahu
19 Ngāi Tahu cultural historian recognised with Member of the New Zealand of Merit
20 Discharging wastewater into Akaroa Harbour may be 'culturally repugnant' but residents support the move
21 New koiwi tangata policy
22 Ngai Tahu gathering
23 The Wānaka Sun
24 Ngai Tahu Tourism unveils Maori names for jet boat fleet
25 Closure of Shotover Jet proposed, 300 jobs on the line
26 NZ Election 2020: Te Tai Tonga electorate contenders to face off in The Hui debate
27 Matariki mysteries shares in photographs
28 Rūnaka of Murihiku come together to form action plan to regenerate Southland
29 The Detail: Setting aside the Moriori myth
30 Benefits of volunteering boundless
31 Regional funding targeting Māori apprenticeships
32 Gateway to Otago's history
33 The red fleck in her hair
34 Gen Zero critical of council's relationship with iwi
35 Mauri stone installed at transitional museum
36 New Board Appointments For Rangitāne | Scoop News
37 Ngai Tahu spends $200000 hunting leak to the media
38 Māori Language Week 2020: The different mita, dialects, of te reo Māori
39 Queen's Honours For Whānau Ora Champions | Scoop News
40 Sir Mark Solomon goes from role as Ngai Tahu leader
41 Feedback wanted on Akaroa wastewater options
42 Kaumatua memorialised
43 Maori Party name IronMaori CEO for Ikaroa-Rawhiti seat
44 Kaumātua Honoured – Peter Ramsden MNZM | Scoop News
45 What Do You Want Otago To Be Like In Ten Years?
46 48Hours Lockdown Showcase: It Was Sol
47 The Friday Poem: Six Feet For a Single, Eight Feet For a Double by Ruby Solly
48 Behrouz Boochani granted refugee status in New Zealand
49 A world beyond our feet: Rethinking our relationship with where we grow our kai
50 Life members added to Māori Womens Welfare League at Hui-ā-Iwi 2019
51 Somewhere over the moonbow
52 Life story: Ngāi Tahu leader Tahu Potiki ushered iwi into era of success
53 Royal connections
54 Rising seas levels may benefit Waituna lagoon, Ngāi Tahu elder says
55 New school name steeped in history
56 South Canterbury's ancient Māori rock art focus of new role
57 How Ngāi Tahu turned a landmark settlement into a billion dollar iwi empire
58 Tempestuous tale of Invercargill's first settler now a fact-based novel
59 Economist Brian Easton sees widespread distorted views of history, and the new drive to correct those distortions will lead to a lot of disappointed people because their ideas of history have only a tenuous connection with reality
60 Light, air, water: A celebration of Māori poetry in lockdown
61 Ngāi Tahu Farming replaces forestry with 14000 cows at Eyrewell
62 Korowai and the call
63 Oceania Dairy pipeline discharge plans labelled 'death by 1000 cuts' for iwi
64 How Māori kai producers are decolonising the New Zealand food story
65 Artefacts basis of exhibition
66 Queen Victoria statue vandalised in Treaty protest
67 Inside the attempts to revive Ngāi Tahu dialect
68 Where you can celebrate Waitangi Day in 2020
69 Art seen: September 3
70 Multiculturalism celebrated in Ngai Tahu children's art exhibition
71 Chief Ombudsman announces advisory group of rangatira | Scoop News
72 Kaikōura mana whenua threaten to occupy land to stop cycleway built on burial sites
73 Charting the course of a harpoon
74 Ngai Tahu calls for $1m environmental bond for Lyttelton Harbour dredging
75 What Taika’s Oscar means to me – and all indigenous filmmakers
76 Clinical Characteristics of Coronavirus Disease 2019 in China | NEJM
77 How Maori will rebuilt Christchurch look?
78 Māori are 50% more likely to die from Covid-19 – at a bare minimum
79 The Wānaka Sun
80 Mahinga kai: a beginners guide
81 Pounamu haul offered for sale online sparks debate
82 On Waitangi Day, remembering a fight for justice that took generations
83 Te Noho Kotahi: Identity and reconciliation in post-quake Canterbury
84 Stand-off between Ngai Tahu and Lyttelton Port over dredging plans
85 Kye Burn habitat initiative praised
86 Marae at risk of being 'totally consumed by rising sea'
87 Sir Tipene O'Regan: Man of mana
88 Māori medical students: ‘It was just blatant, dumb-arse racism’
89 Waitangi Day commemorated at Ōnuku Marae | Scoop News
90 Is iwi dialect under threat?
91 First Voyagers | Māori Television
92 It takes a village
93 Travelling time with Ngai Tahu
94 Lobster fishers hope for consultation flexibility
95 Inspired by the past: Te Ana Marina
96 How Māori across Aotearoa are working to stop the spread of Covid-19
97 Bicultural showcase of fashion
98 Plunket re-brands to honour Maori midwives
99 Marae of Murihiku: Te Rau Aroha Marae, famous for carvings but renowned for its people
100 Ta moko not simply a tattoo