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Tamihere & Te Heuheu To Attend Maori Party Hui

Friday, 5 March 2004, 8:17 am | National Urban Maori Authority

The National Urban Maori Authority has called a hui this Saturday March 6th at Hoani Waititi Marae to discuss some of the controversial issues confronting Maoridom today. More >>

Major Hui Called By Urban Maori

Tuesday, 2 March 2004, 3:53 pm | National Urban Maori Authority

The National Urban Maori Authority has called a hui this Saturday March 6th at Hoani Waititi Marae to discuss some of the controversial issues confronting Maoridom today. More >>

Time For An Apology From The Fisheries Commission

Wednesday, 3 December 2003, 8:45 am | National Urban Maori Authority

National Urban Maori Authority (NUMA) Chairman Willie Jackson has condemned the attitude of Te Ohu Kai Moana CEO Robin Hapi for his patronising and arrogant response to the latest High Court decision relating to urban Maori. More >>

Foreshores Comment - National Urban Maori Authorit

Tuesday, 19 August 2003, 6:13 pm | National Urban Maori Authority

National Urban Maori Authority (“NUMA”) Chair, Willie Jackson, says NUMA is apprehensive about the principles identified in the foreshores and seabed document released by Government today. Willie Jackson says, “It is no surprise that Government has assumed ... More >>

NUMA Achieves First Successful Milestone

Tuesday, 1 July 2003, 9:54 am | National Urban Maori Authority

The National Urban Maori Authority has successfully negotiated its first round of funding from the Community Employment Group in the Department of Labour. This funding will enable the NUMA to undertake the first phase of its planned economic development ... More >>

JACKSON selected as Chairman of NUMA

Monday, 5 May 2003, 9:03 am | National Urban Maori Authority

Former Alliance MP and current Mana Motuhake leader Willie Jackson has been selected as the first Chairman of the newly created National Urban Maori Authority which held its first meeting at Nga Whare Waatea Marae Mangere on Saturday. More >>

 

 
 
 
 
 

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