Malcolm Mulholland

Underwhelmed by Budget offerings to Maori

MALCOLM MULHOLLAND

The Budget was pretty much what people expected – no surprises and more cuts.

Mokomokai are home where they belong

MALCOLM MULHOLLAND - South Canterbury

There was a story that featured this week about the return of several mummified Maori heads from France to New Zealand.

Darren Hughes scandal damage may linger

MALCOLM MULHOLLAND

The debacle surrounding Darren Hughes is a sad end to a promising political career.

Marine issue will rear its ugly head again

MALCOLM MULHOLLAND

Last week I commented on the much detested Marine and Coastal Area Bill that is currently in Parliament and will most likely be passed as law today.

Undue haste disadvantages Ngai Tahu

MALCOLM MULHOLLAND

To be honest I am struggling to write about this topic for this week's column.

Lives and nerves are difficult to fix

MALCOLM MULHOLLAND

More than two weeks have passed since an earthquake changed the face of Christchurch.

Caught in the destruction of my home

MALCOLM MULHOLLAND

Being a writer by trade, words don't normally fail me.

Sore points could lead to another hikoi

MALCOLM MULHOLLAND

There are two issues confronting Maori at present that threaten to reach boiling point. Firstly there is the much loathed Marine and Coastal Area Bill that is despised by both ends of the political spectrum.

Beware the 'experts' bearing opinions

MALCOLM MULHOLLAND

W aitangi this year is shaping up to be, if nothing else, explosive.

More at stake than split in the Maori Party

MALCOLM MULHOLLAND

O NE saga has dominated Maori politics over the past week or so.

Historic boarding schools deserve a future

MALCOLM MULHOLLAND

One piece of news caught my attention over the past week.

Maori deserve a seat at the World Cup party

MALCOLM MULHOLLAND

As 2011 dawned, my thoughts turned to what the year may hold.

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