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Māori Sports Awards RWC Rugby Scholarships
  Bryan Williams (Ex All Black) William Ngatai (recipient)   Bryan Williams (Ex All Black)...
2016 Awards Television Coverage
Te Reo:Intermediate Live web stream Saturday 26 November, 6.00 i te po. Repeats, Sunday 27...
Māori Sports Awards 2016 – best one yet?
The Māori Sports Awards are set to kick off tomorrow night, and the CEO of...
2016 AOTEAROA MĀORI SPORTS AWARDS ANNOUNCES OLYMPIC & WORLD-CLASS FINALISTS
  Maori Olympics medallists and Maori World Champions head the list of finalists who will...
He Hītori o te Māori ki ngā Taumāhekeheke o te Ao
A history of Māori competing at the Olympic Games Māori Olympians Document (click here) The...
Our 2015 25th Māori Sports Awards winners
The 2015 25th Māori Sports Awards winners and recipients are: MĀUI TIKITIKI-Ā-TARANGA – Māori Sports Administrator...
DUAL WORLD TITLES FOR LISA CARRINGTON
The Whakatane paddler claimed her fourth consecutive world title in the K1 200m in Milan,...
LISA & KAYLA WIN GOLD IN 1ST WORLD CUP FOR 2015 AT PORTUGAL
Lisa CARRINGTON Ngati Porou, Te Aitanga-a-Mahaki the current Olympic & World Champion Took out Gold...
Aotearoa Maori Netball – GOLD MEDAL WINNERS
The undefeated Aotearoa Maori Netball team beat Australia in the final to win the prestigious...
Maori Women’s Business Leader of the year – Mavis MULLINS
Governing for present and future generations Mavis Mullins Te Atihaunui-a-Paparangi, Te Arawa From shearing shed...