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Maoridom has lost a taonga today, a rangatira who has served his people with dignity, with the passing of Bishop Manuhuia Bennett.

  • Sandra Lee
  • Maori Affairs

Conservation Minister Sandra Lee has announced that Tumu Te Heuheu, Ngati Tuwharetoa's paramount chief, will lead New Zealand's formal bid for a seat on the World Heritage Committee in 2003.

  • Sandra Lee
  • Maori Affairs

Cabinet Minister Sandra Lee says Maori will welcome government decisions on the Royal Commission on GM to extend the protection from the previous moratorium on field trials...

  • Sandra Lee
  • Maori Affairs

Hon Sandra Lee: "The ILO fears that a job-loss tidal wave is on the move and that it will wash up on everyone's shores."

  • Sandra Lee
  • Maori Affairs

Acting Maori Affairs Minister Sandra Lee says Maori will mourn the passing of former Maori Affairs minister and Deputy Prime Minister Duncan MacIntyre.

  • Sandra Lee
  • Maori Affairs

Cabinet Minister Sandra Lee has confirmed that Willie Jackson MP has been elected today as leader of Mana Motuhake after he contested the leadership.

  • Sandra Lee
  • Maori Affairs

Associate Maori Affairs Minister Sandra Lee said the Te Ara Kaipakihi scheme launched today at Parliament underlined the Labour-Alliance coalition's support for new initiatives to help people become self-employed.

  • Sandra Lee
  • Maori Affairs

Mana Motuhake leader Sandra Lee, in a statement from the Chatham Islands, has paid tribute to Sir Robert Mahuta who she described as "a tenacious Maori advocate from the old guard".

  • Sandra Lee
  • Maori Affairs