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  • Waonui a Te Manu Korihi for 26 October 2014 ( 22′ 48″ )

    17:40 Stroke survivors in Britain adopt Maori culture, a shake-up in Maori Broadcasting and more urban rangatahi appear to be taking up farming.

  • Te Manu Korihi News for 24 October 2014 ( 2′ 48″ )

    18:52 More transparency in TVNZ Maori Programme shake up - TMP; TVNZ motivated by money; More urban Maori rangatahi attracted to work on the whenua; Ngati Manu say book about the area's history will be a welcome resource.

  • Te Manu Korihi News for 24 October 2014 ( 3′ 5″ )

    17:52 More transparency in TVNZ Maori Programme shake up - TMP; TVNZ motivated by money - Maori Party; Ngati Manu say book about the area's history will be a welcome resource; and More urban Maori rangatahi attracted to work on the whenua.

  • Te Manu Korihi for 24 October 2014 ( 3′ 20″ )

    08:48 Labour's Broadcasting spokesperson says a plan to outsource content for Maori and Pacific Programming at TVNZ has left many unanswered questions; One of the programmes, Tagata Pasifika, has been on air for 27 years; New research has found that Maori migrating to Australia are more likely to be drawn across the Tasman during economic boom times; New Zealand's largest farming corporation says it's passing on its expertise to iwi, which take over its farms via Treaty of Waitangi settlements.

  • Te Manu Korihi for 24 October 2014 ( 3′ 43″ )

    06:27 Labour's Broadcasting spokesperson says a plan to outsource content for Maori and Pacific Programming at TVNZ has left many unanswered questions; One of the programmes, Tagata Pasifika, has been on air for 27 years; New Zealand's largest farming corporation says it's passing on its expertise to iwi, which take over its farms via Treaty of Waitangi settlements; New research has found that Maori migrating to Australia are more likely to be drawn across the Tasman during economic boom times.

  • Te Manu Korihi News for 23 October 2014 ( 3′ 38″ )

    18:49 Some staff at Television New Zealand are angry and disappointed that their jobs could be on the line, after the broadcaster announced it wants to outsource producers for its Maori and Pacific programming; Ngati Whatua Orakei, Auckland's biggest hapu, says it backs the work of the conservation group, Sea Shepherd, and has shown its support by officially welcoming one of its ships to Waitemata Harbour; The best of Maori performing arts has been chosen above other cultures in the South Pacific to represent the Oceania region at the inaugural Association of National Olympic Committee Gala awards next month; Students at Wellington High School have helped create the new Maori school name.

  • Akl's biggest hapu welcome Sea Shepherd ahead of next campaign ( 2′ 31″ )

    17:57 Ngati Whatua Orakei officially welcomed a Sea Shepherd vessal in Auckland this morning because the tribe supports its cause to protect whales. The crew aboard the Sam Simon is here to finalise preparations before its next campaign in Antarctica. From Te Manu Korihi news, Murielle Baker, reports.

  • Te Manu Korihi News for 23 October 2014 ( 3′ 5″ )

    08:46 The Green Party is planning to change the Public Works Act to ensure no more Maori land can be taken by the government; A lower North Island iwi is considering whether iwi coastline patrols should be re-introduced after three men were caught poaching nearly 900 paua, near Titahi Bay on Monday; The accounting firm, Ernst & Young, has launched a new consultancy aimed at dealing with Maori organisations; An editor of a book nominated as a Maori book awards finalist says it's great to be recognised for her mahi.

  • Te Manu Korihi News for 23 October 2014 ( 3′ 25″ )

    06:27 A lower North Island iwi is considering whether iwi coastline patrols should be re-introduced after three men were caught poaching nearly 900 paua, near Titahi Bay on Monday; The Green Party is planning to change the Public Works Act to ensure no more Maori land can be taken by the government; The accounting firm, Ernst & Young, has launched a new consultancy aimed at dealing with Maori organisations; An editor of a book nominated as a Maori book awards finalist, says it's great to be recognised for her mahi.

  • Te Manu Korihi News for 22 October 2014 ( 3′ 21″ )

    18:49 Maori Television's Head of News and Production, Julian Wilcox, has resigned, after ten years with the station; A contentious council project to lay a sewerage pipe through Maori land in Tauranga has come to a head again, after construction caused flooding in the rural area of Matapihi; A survey of Maori business owners suggests one in five are planning to take on more workers and pay higher wages over the next year; A Northland community worker hopes the Feed the Kids bill will be actioned to help set in motion a government response to poverty.

  • Construction on contentious sewerage pipe project ( 3′ 8″ )

    17:48 A contentious council project to lay a sewerage pipe through Maori land in Tauranga has come to a head again this week, after construction caused flooding in the rural area of Matapihi.

  • Te Manu Korihi News for 22 October 2014 ( 3′ 10″ )

    08:50 A Maori Students' Association says ongoing fee hikes for tertiary study may rule tangata whenua out of top jobs; Meanwhile, a significant number of Maori people are returning home from Australia - some of whom are coming back for their tertiary studies; The director of a Research Institute says the government should be allocating about 200-million dollars a year towards Maori research; The author of a book about the early years of settlement in the Bay of Islands says her work tells a story that has never been explored in depth.

  • Te Manu Korihi News for 22 October 2014 ( 30″ )

    06:27 An Associate Professor at Waikato University says the government should be allocating about 200-million dollars a year towards Maori research; A Maori Students' Association, Nga Tauira Maori, says ongoing fee hikes for tertiary study may rule tangata whenua out of top jobs; Meanwhile, a significant number of Maori people are returning home from Australia - some of whom are coming back for their tertiary studies; The author of a book about the early years of settlement in the Bay of Islands says her work tells a story that has never been explored in depth.

  • Te Manu Korihi News for 21 October 2014 ( 3′ 27″ )

    18:47 The council-owned company that owns the Opua marina is rejecting claims it has damaged the seabed in the Bay of Islands; The Maori Students' Association at the country's biggest university says continued tertiary fee hikes are driving some tangata whenua away from study; A political analyst suspects the endorsement of Nanaia Mahuta as the next Labour leader by the party's Maori Council signals a desire for more Maori representation; A dedicated committee has been appointed to select a Maori Centre of Research Excellence; The major film maker, Disney, has today announced its next animated feature will be of a Polynesian princess, called Moana.

  • Maoridom prompted Maori CoRE selection comittee ( 3′ 11″ )

    17:49 Pressure from Maoridom has prompted the Crown to appoint a dedicated committee to select a Maori Centre of Research Excellence.

  • Te Manu Korihi News for 21 October 2014 ( 3′ 17″ )

    08:47 The Maori Party MP, Marama Fox, says she will continue to put pressure on the government to include the Treaty of Waitangi when taking an oath; A senior lecturer at Waikato University is welcoming anyone working with Te Reo to participate in an upcoming national hui about keeping the language alive because its survival is not just for academics to discuss; The finalists for the Aotearoa Maori book awards have been announced, and include a majority of books about Maori development; Ta moko artists will join together as part of an open exhibition in Gisborne, where members of the public can be tattooed.

  • Te Manu Korihi News for 21 October 2014 ( 3′ 32″ )

    06:27 The Maori Party MP, Marama Fox, says she will continue to put pressure on the government to include the Treaty of Waitangi when taking an oath; A senior lecturer at Waikato University is welcoming anyone working with Te Reo to participate in an upcoming national hui about keeping the language alive because its survival is not just for academics to discuss; Ta moko artists will join together as part of an open exhibition in Gisborne, where members of the public can be tattooed; The finalists for the Aotearoa Maori book awards have been announced, and include a majority of books about Maori development.

  • Te Manu Korihi News for 20 October 2014 ( 3′ 3″ )

    18:45 A hapu in the Far North in the Bay of Islands is considering taking legal action against the Northland Regional Council and independent commissioners granting consent to allow a multimillion dollar extension of the Opua marina to go ahead; The Maori Party MP, Marama Fox, says she decided not to make an allegiance to the Treaty of Waitangi in her swearing in because she says it would just be a stunt; An upcoming national hui focussed on the revitalisation of Te Reo Maori is likely to raise issues, which could be hard for some people to hear.

  • Bay of Islands hapu considering legal action ( 2′ 46″ )

    17:49 Far North hapu in the Bay of Islands are considering taking legal action against the Northland Regional Council and independent commissioners granting consent to for a multimillion dollar extension of the Opua marina.

  • Te Manu Korihi News for 20 October 2014 ( 2′ 55″ )

    08:47 Haka and poi are to be used to rehabilitate stroke survivors in Britain. The Victoria Business School's Pro Vice-Chancellor says it made intensive efforts to support the Maori Business Programme which is being closed. Maori researchers are meeting with the Google Earth team to learn how they can add their own stories on digital maps.

  • Te Manu Korihi News for 20 October 2014 ( 3′ 16″ )

    06:28 Haka and poi are to be used to rehabilitate stroke survivors in Britain. The Victoria Business School's Pro Vice-Chancellor says it made intensive efforts to support the Maori Business Programme which is being closed. Maori researchers are meeting with the Google Earth team to learn how they can add their own stories on digital maps. An agricultural training centre is trialling a marae-based farming course at a marae in Hastings.

  • Te Waonui for week ending Fri 17 Oct ( 20′ 6″ )

    20:00 The Manu Korihi news team bring you a round-up of the top Maori news stories of the week including Tariana Turia's criticism of Te Puni Kokiri and it management of Whanau Ora and a play about the late All Black George Nepia.

  • Te Manu Korihi News for 17 October 2014 ( 3′ 1″ )

    18:52 The Maori Business Programme at Victoria University will be closed. Some Far North Maori say they are sickened by a decision which allows a multimillion dollar extension of the Opua marina to go ahead. The music of a late taonga puoro master has been remixed by international musicians.

  • Te Manu Korihi News for 17 October 2014 ( 3′ 4″ )

    17:48 The Maori Business Programme at Victoria University will be closed. Some Far North Maori say they are sickened by a decision which allows a multimillion dollar extension of the Opua marina to go ahead. A war historian says the story of the Maori contingent at Gallipoli has been overshadowed by the focus on the 28th Maori Battalion in the Second World War. Te Whanau o Waipareira and the Accident Compensation Corporation have agreed to work together to improve injury prevention and care for Maori.

  • Te Manu Korihi News for 17 October 2014 ( 3′ 11″ )

    08:47 The Green Party's co-leader, Metiria Turei, says Hone Harawira's feed the kids bill, is an important debate for the country to have; Te Puni Kokiri says it has committed all the Whanau Ora money to the three agencies responsible for finding people to provide services to families; One-hundred years ago today, the first Maori soldiers started to arrive in Auckland to prepare for the First World War; The multi-award winning play, I, George Nepia, will be touring marae, including the home of the famous rugby player.

  • Te Manu Korihi News for 17 October 2014 ( 3′ 32″ )

    06:28 The Mana Movement Leader, Hone Harawira, says the Feed the Kids bill is expected to be picked up by the Green Party's co-leader Metiria Turei; Te Puni Kokiri says it has committed all the Whanau Ora money to the three agencies responsible for finding people to provide services to families; One-hundred years ago today, the first Maori soldiers started to arrive in Auckland to prepare for the First World War; The multi-award winning play, I, George Nepia, will be touring marae, including the home of the famous rugby player.

  • Te Manu Korihi News for 16 October 2014 ( 2′ 54″ )

    18:46 One of the new agencies assigned to provide Whanau Ora services, Te Pou Matakana, says the social programme is heading for a catastrophe if it doesn't receive more funding; The Mana Movement leader, Hone Harawira, says Treasury advice which suggests the food in schools programme doesn't work is ridiculous; A Maori mental health professional says New Zealand is struggling to keep up with the increasing number of young Maori being diagnosed with mental illness, substance abuse and rangatahi committing suicide.

  • Whanau Ora agency says programme is heading for catastrophe ( 3′ 21″ )

    17:48 One of the new agencies assigned to provide Whanau Ora services says the social programme is heading for disaster if it doesn't receive more funding.

  • Te Manu Korihi News for 16 October 2014 ( 3′ 13″ )

    08:47 The new funding agency for Whanau Ora services in the North Island says Te Puni Kokiri should come clean and say when and in which areas it underspent. A hui to help opposing hapu engage with the crown over the Ngapuhi settlement is being described as fruitless. Following pressure from the Maori Language Commission, MetService has added the letter 'h' to Whanganui on its weather maps. Ngai Tahu's commercial arm has increased it's portfolio with the purchase of a Waikato dairying venture and a major bus company.

  • Te Manu Korihi News for 16 October 2014 ( 3′ 21″ )

    06:26 The new funding agency for Whanau Ora services in the North Island says Te Puni Kokiri should come clean and say when and in which areas it underspent. A hui to help opposing hapu engage with the crown over the Ngapuhi settlement is being described as fruitless. Following pressure from the Maori Language Commission, MetService has added the letter 'h' to Whanganui on its weather maps. The Maori All Blacks will be wearing a new jersey that's inspired by Japanese body tattooing and traditional Maori motifs for their tour to the country next month.