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Donna Pokere-Phillips, who is co-leader of the Outdoors and Freedom Party, regularly shares content from anti-vaccination campaigners on her social media platforms.
Waikato District Council is imploring members of its district to enter this year's local body elections.
Waikato Tainui has secured $32.1 million from Oranga Tamariki to assist in a successful iwi led support programme to help empower children and whānau in need.
Pasifika and Māori health provider Hāpai Te Hauora is welcoming the Ministry of Health's order to add fluoride to Cambridge's water, but says more needs to be done to address health inequities.
The race for the Waikato mayoralty is shaping up as one of the most hotly contested positions in this year's local body elections.
Current Waikato District deputy mayor Aksel Bech and wāhine Māori Korikori Hawkins will contest this year's mayoralty in the local elections.
A Waikato iwi is weighing into the debate on the harsh reality for Māori building on ancestral whenua.
A Waikato Pasifika health provider says government funding to curb gambling harm will benefit the Pacific community.
A charter led by indigenous knowledge has been signed to try and restore the polluted Puhinui Stream which runs 12km from Auckland's Botanical Gardens into Manukau Harbour.
Waikato leaders are calling for greater accessible voting methods as a way of lifting political participation amongst Māori and young people.
Kiingitanga spokesman Ngira Simmonds has been appointed to the Pūhara Mana Tangata - the Ombudsman's Māori Advisory Panel.
When Samoan matai Lelevaga Fa'amanū Lā'ulu speaks of his cherished home, his words resonate with immense pride.
A number of waterways around the Waikato are in poor health and officials are seeking input from Pasifika and Māori on water restoration.
South Waikato District Council is rebranding its region to attract more visitors and investors, and the refurbished identity is expected to reflect its Pasifika community.
The development of a papakāinga in Whāingaroa Raglan is rapidly progressing, and is on track to be completed in seven years.
Pasifika health providers are hoping tomorrow's Budget addresses urgent social and health needs exposed by Covid-19 over the last two years.
Increasing Māori participation in local democracy is the intention behind a "crucial" project, because Māori and young people are "disengaged and disenfranchised".
Hamilton becomes the fourth city to support MP Chlöe Swarbrick's bill to limit the sale and supply of alcohol in the community.
The Kiingitanga is supporting Hamilton City Council's decision to replace location names that have "caused anguish" for iwi Māori.
Doctors are warning that Pasifika and Māori immunisation rates in Waikato need to lift as winter approaches.
An alcohol watchdog is urging councils around Waikato District to support a bill on limiting the sale of alcohol in the community.
A staggering $8 million was lost on pokies in South Waikato between 2020 and 2021, with a "devastating impact on families".
The Environment Court has denied an appeal by Waikato based Perjuli Developments for resource consent to excavate on a culturally significant site in Ngāruawāhia.
The council is revisiting the policy after ditching it four years ago due to pressure from the liquor industry.
A Waikato cerebral palsy advocate says the council must work with the disabled community when creating policies that directly impact their lives.