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I would really like to acknowledge Bishop Waitohiariki Quayle on her recent ordination as the first Anglican Māori Woman Bishop, first Indigenous Woman Bishop. He wāhine hūmārie.

I thought I would use the opportunity to give you a sense of the direction of travel across my portfolios and how some of that work intersects with your interests.

E ngā maunga whakahī, e ngā uri whakatipu o ngā moana me ngā awa tapu o te motu nei tēnā koutou.

Tonight, we reflect on the message of this whakataukī , which is also in the NZ Māori Tourism logo.

I’m pleased to host Te Māngai Paho’s 25th Anniversary here at Parliament alongside Dr Eruera Tarena, Chair of Te Māngai Pāho.

It is an honour to be here with you today to launch Te Whare Ohaoha, the Waikato Region Māori Economic Development Action Plan Refresh.

Thank you for inviting me to give a keynote speech for the Opening of the South Pacific Tourism Exchange here in Auckland.

New Zealand statement to the United Nation Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues.

Traditional knowledge or mātauranga Māori is an important kaupapa (topic) topic to New Zealand. This body of knowledge or mātauranga originates from cosmogony and is embedded in the genealogy of Māori people and the interconnected relationship of all living things.

United Nations Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues

New Zealand statement

Delivered by Honorable Nanaia Mahuta

Te Minita Whanaketanga Māori

New Zealand Minister for Māori Development

22 Paenga-whāwhā 2019

Thank you to everyone who has joined us today to examine how to create enabling environments that support Thriving Whānau.

A New Zealand Perspective. Indigenous Development and the Māori Experience.

Realising the cultural tourism of the Waikato.