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Waipareira is hosting the Te Tohu Huanga Māori Business Development Series 2014: Investing in Māori business

The series features relevant kaupapa, interesting debates and informative sessions for Māori who are interested in investing in Māori business leadership.

It is being held to promote Auckland University’s Postgraduate Diploma in Business Administration (Māori Development) - a two-year part-time course specifically geared for Māori leaders, executives, entrepreneurs, business managers and administrators of tribal assets.

This event will start at 5.30pm, Tuesday 23 September 2014. Seating is limited so don’t wait.

Read more about this here.

Political debate

Candidates standing in te Tai Tokerau and Tamaki Makarau converged on Waipareira on Thursday to tell the whanau what they were going to do for them if they were elected to parliament.

Hone Harawira (Mana), Kelvin Davis (Labour), Te Hira Paenga (Maori party), Kereama Peni (Mana), Peene Henare (Labour), Rangi McLean (Maori party) and Marama Davidson (Greens) pitched to the whanau of Waipareira their party policies and their aspirations for Maori.

The debate was a success because of the way it was conducted. Candidates did not shout each other down or pick holes in their opponents armour. This allowed the whanau a better understanding of the candidates are and what they stood for.

Political debate

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