iwi


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iwi

NZ a Maori tribe
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Air Force leaders will also understand Airmens non-medical supportive needs from the Invisible Wounds Needs Assessment which will enable the IWI to provide Airmen with a smoother road to recovery and increase resiliency via peer-led support groups.
To improve the accuracy of the ACE, IWI has incorporated the trigger from the Galil sniper rifle (averaged 6.
A "discriminatory" funding model meant primary health organisations were paid by the number of registered patients they had while iwi health providers were paid per patient visit.
On the same social networking site, Iwi asked netizens not to use her husband's passing for 'your political motives and schemes.
IWI has invested $100 million in a factory in Vietnam to produce ACE rifles for the Vietnamese Army.
Whanganui Iwi drink and swim in the waters, and rely on its eel fisheries for sustenance.
Our information was that the prayer book had been given to the iwi by the Governor General.
At the signing of the Treaty of Waitangi in 1840, Hobson had greeted each dignitary with 'He iwi tahi tatou'--we are one people, reflecting that Treaty endowed Maori with the rights and privileges of British subjects.
Dr Sharples says each iwi has rangatiratanga rights over its area and should have the right to decide whether mining can be allowed.
The IWI programme's strength is that businesses from completely different sectors are able to learn from each other.
This was despite iwi understanding a settlement was in the offing after 18 months of negotiations.