Board consults on strategic action plan to improve housing outcomes for Māori in Auckland

4 October 2018

The Independent Māori Statutory Board has approved the draft Kāinga strategic action plan for consultation, and the document along with supporting material has been released today.

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Board congratulates Aucklanders on Te Reo Māori success

17 September 2018

The Independent Māori Statutory Board is congratulating Aucklanders for getting behind Te Wiki o Te Reo (Māori Language Week) and showing their support for te reo Māori.

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Auckland Regional Fuel Tax unfair burden on low income households - Report

7 August 2018

The Independent Māori Statutory Board (the Board) says despite anticipated improvements to transport expected to come from revenue from the regional fuel tax, the Auckland Council and the Government urgently need to come up with ways to offset the fuel tax’s impact on low-income Auckland households, particularly for Māori living

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Auckland Council Makes Significant Effort to Address Outstanding Actions for Māori, Independent Audit Finds

25 July 2018

An independent audit of Auckland Council’s (Council) activities to improve Māori economic, social and cultural and environmental development in Tāmaki Makaurau has found that Council has made significant efforts to address a high number of outstanding recommended actions from the previous 2014/15 audit, Independent Māori Statutory Board (Board) Chairman, David

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Auckland Māori Housing Summit to Focus on Development Opportunities

16 April 2018

The Auckland Māori Housing Summit is an opportunity for Māori in Tāmaki Makaurau to help shape the future of housing development in Auckland, and to address housing issues in the region with key government Ministers, the Chairman of the Independent Māori Statutory Board, David Taipari says.

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Board welcomes increase in visible te reo Māori

19 September 2017

The Independent Māori Statutory Board welcomes a raft of new Auckland Council initiatives that will increase visibility of te reo Māori.

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Board welcomes new government’s housing focus

26 October 2017

The new coalition government’s commitment to building homes and tackling housing affordability are crucial initiatives, and the Board is encouraging Ministers to work closely with councils, iwi and housing organisations.

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Council behind pace in delivering on Māori outcomes

27 November 2017

An independent assessment of Auckland Council’s activities to improve Māori economic, social and cultural and environmental development in Tāmaki Makaurau highlights ongoing and significant missed opportunities, not only for Auckland Māori, but for the region as a whole, Chairman of the Independent Māori Statutory Board, (the Board) David Taipari, says.

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