Do Māori provide New Zealand’s edge in a global economy? The Minister of Māori Affairs, Hon Dr Pita Sharples believes so. Media are invited to take your lunch break with us and hear Dr Sharples present a review of the Māori contribution to NZ Inc. over the last 12 months. There is compelling evidence to […]
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Police are considering the Independent Police Conduct Authority’s report into the shooting of a young Tongan father Halatau Naitoko according to NZ Herald. Halatau Naitoko, 17, died on January 23, 2009, when members of the Armed Offenders Squad (AOS) missed their intended target Stephen McDonald from a distant of 7-9 metres. McDonald was chased by […]
“Tongan Government commits to Freedom of Information Policy and an Anti-Corruption Commission” Nuku’alofa, 13 February 2011 – Members of the Tongan Government, public service, civil society and media came together in Nuku’alofa today to discuss the Government’s proposal for a national Freedom of Information (FOI) policy. The policy is a key step in the Government’s […]
SPORTING a black homburg and a silver-topped cane, the newly crowned King George Tupou V of Tonga looked every bit as grand as the $10 million church he had crossed the Pacific to open. Three years later the grand Free Wesleyan Church of Tonga in Australia still stands in an estate of factories and warehouses […]