Te Manu Korihi

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  • Te Manu Korihi News for 31 March 2015 ( 3′ 13″ )

    08:47 The lower North Island tribe, Ngati Toa, wants all of its members to be speaking or learning Te Reo Maori in four years' time; The lead Treaty negotiator for Ngai Takoto iwi in the Far North is fed up with "individual politics" which he says is keeping tribes in the rohe from moving forward; A small, all-Maori western Bay of Plenty school has been told it still needs to continue improving its quality of education.

  • Te Manu Korihi News for 31 March 2015 ( 3′ 18″ )

    06:26 The lead Treaty negotiator for Ngai Takoto iwi in the Far North is fed up with "individual politics" which he says is keeping tribes in the rohe from moving forward; A small, all-Maori western Bay of Plenty school has been told it still needs to continue improving its quality of education; The lower North Island tribe, Ngati Toa, wants all of its members to be speaking or learning Te Reo Maori in four years' time.

  • Te Manu Korihi News for 30 March 2015 ( 2′ 47″ )

    18:47 A traditional Maori artist suggests some cherished wood carvings should be left overseas, because the harsh weather in New Zealand could damage them; The Maori Party says the shackles of injustice have finally fallen from Teina Pora, following his legal team's news he won't be re-tried; The Chairperson of a marae in Northland that had its wharekai or dinning hall burnt down says it's a shame it didn't make copies of precious photographs that were lost in the fire; The group approved by the Crown to settle Ngapuhi Treaty claims has appointed three negotiators.

  • Te Manu Korihi for 30 March 2015 ( 3′ 14″ )

    08:48 The former MP for Te Tai Tokerau, Hone Harawira, is accusing the government of similar tactics to Australia's, which is proposing to shut down remote Aboriginal communities; The South Taranaki is now focussed on having its ancestral mountain returned to its protection, following an apology from the Crown; The Tainui group that had its haka pulled by Maori Television says the actions by its chief executive brought the mana of Maori Television more into disrepute.

  • Te Manu Korihi for 30 March 2015 ( 3′ 17″ )

    06:27 The former MP for Te Tai Tokerau, Hone Harawira, is accusing the government of similar tactics to the Australian government, which is proposing to shut down remote Aboriginal communities.

  • Te Waonui a Te Manu Korihi for 29 March 2015 ( 19′ 47″ )

    17:40 Tamaki Makaurau ports plan takes pounding from mana whenua; Maori TV 's chief faces questions over censorship and a farewell to a Maori Battalion veteran.

  • Te Manu Korihi News for 27 March 2015 ( 2′ 39″ )

    18:54 A South Taranaki tribe has accepted an apology from the Crown in Hokitika for illegally detaining their ancestors without trial; The Auckland Council says only 36 bids to carry out work on sites of cultural value have been identified by local iwi, which need further scrutiny, something that's suprised the authority.

  • Ngaruahine accepts Crown apology ( 2′ 58″ )

    17:50 A South Taranaki tribe has accepted an apology from the Crown in Hokitika today for illegally detaining their ancestors without trial in the South Island in the 1800s.

  • Te Manu Korihi News for 27 March 2015 ( 3′ 16″ )

    08:44 Crown is presenting an official apology to a South Taranaki tribe today in Hokitika; A Maori researcher says the threat of shutting down remote Aboriginal communities impinges on the rights of all indigenous people; A reveiw into mining tests at Karangahake has found the activities would pose minimal pollution to waterways; The Mayor of Gisborne is backing Wairarapa iwi for taking Greater Wellington Regional Council to task for spraying a patch of watercress.

  • Te Manu Korihi News for 27 March 2015 ( 3′ 14″ )

    06:28 A Maori researcher says the threat of shutting down remote Aboriginal communities impinges on the rights of all indigenous people; A reveiw into mining tests at Karangahake has found the activities would pose minimal pollution to waterways; The Crown is presenting an official apology to a South Taranaki tribe today in Hokitika; The Mayor of Gisborne is backing Wairarapa iwi for taking Greater Wellington Regional Council to task for spraying a patch of watercress.

  • Te Manu Korihi News for 26 March 2015 ( 3′ 16″ )

    18:48 The organisation representing the country's Maori principals is critical of the Government's flagship education scheme; Arrangements are underway to bring a fragile Maori flag back from Scotland to Aotearoa; Waikato-Tainui is on the hunt for a new leader to head its commercial arm after long-serving CEO Mike Pohio leaves in mid April.

  • Maori principals critical of IES ( 3′ 18″ )

    17:54 The organisation representing Maori principals is critical of the Government's flagship education scheme, describing it as a 'one-size-fits-all' policy. Te Akatea New Zealand Maori Principals says the 'Investing in Education Success' scheme has been imposed on kura.

  • Te Manu Korihi News for 26 March 2015 ( 3′ 27″ )

    08:47 Maori Television's told MPs it's about to overspend its budget, after having no increase in funding for seven years; The Greater Wellington Regional Council admits it's failed to properly consult Wairarapa iwi before spraying a popular patch of watercress; A tribal museum could open in Whakatane next year; There are some new faces at the Maori Language Commission; A local authority in Scotland has agreed to let a Maori war flag be returned to New Zealand.

  • Te Manu Korihi News for 26 March 2015 ( 3′ 28″ )

    06:28 Maori Television's told MPs it's about to overspend its budget, after having no increase in funding for seven years; The Greater Wellington Regional Council admits it's failed to properly consult Wairarapa iwi before spraying a popular patch of watercress; A local authority in Scotland has agreed to let a Maori war flag be returned to New Zealand; A tribal museum could open in Whakatane next year; There are some new faces at the Maori Language Commission.

  • Te Manu Korihi News for 25 March 2015 ( 3′ 31″ )

    18:49 The country's last original member of the 28th Maori Battalion, who died on Sunday, has been laid to rest alongside his friends, who served in the war; Maori Television is considering changing its policy after came under fire for censoring a haka that was critical of the channel; Thousands of children from low decile schools in Auckland have turned out to greet two Hawaiian sailing waka.

  • Te Manu Korihi News for 25 March 2015 ( 3′ 24″ )

    08:49 Porirua is planning to celebrate the life of the warrior chief Te Rauparaha, as part of the city's 50th anniversary this year; A call's gone out for Maori in Australia to support indigenous rights - in the light of remote Aboriginal communities being shut down by the Federal Government; Twenty descendants have been selected for a leadership succession programme for Te Arawa; A Maori seat is to be established on the national kiwifruit growers' organisation.

  • Te Manu Korihi News for 25 March 2015 ( 3′ 34″ )

    06:26 A call's gone out for Maori in Australia to support indigenous rights - in the light of remote Aboriginal communities being shut down by the Federal Government; Porirua is planning to celebrate the life of the warrior chief Te Rauparaha, as part of the city's 50th anniversary this year; A Maori seat is to be established on the national kiwifruit growers' organisation; Twenty Te Arawa descendants have been selected to take up its tribal leadership succession programme.

  • Te Manu Korihi for 24 March 2015 ( 3′ 28″ )

    18:48 A waka tour company has joined Auckland's largest hapu in demanding the plan by the Ports of Auckland to build two wharf extensions be stopped; Three highschool teams from French Polynesia are taking part in this year's National Secondary Schools' Waka Ama Championships in Rotorua; A hui's being held in Kaikohe tomorrow aimed at reducing cot death - or Sudden Unexpected Death in Infancy.

  • Maori in Auckland demand halt to wharf extensions ( 3′ 14″ )

    17:48 A waka tour company has joined Auckland's largest hapu in demanding the plan by the Ports of Auckland to build two wharf extensions be stopped.

  • Te Manu Korihi News for 24 March 2015 ( 3′ 24″ )

    08:48 Parents who removed their children from a Māori immersion state school say they've been betrayed by the Ministry of Education; The national rate of people being hospitalised for rheumatic fever has dropped further than officials thought it would; A South Taranaki tribe is visiting places in the South Island this week where their ancestors were sent to in the 1800s as punishment for rising up against the Crown for seizing their whenua.

  • Te Manu Korihi News for 24 March 2015 ( 3′ 35″ )

    06:27 The national rate of people being hospitalised for rheumatic fever has dropped further than officials thought it would; The Ministry of Education has backed down after it was taken to court over its intervention at a Māori immersion school; A South Taranaki tribe is visiting places in the South Island this week where their ancestors were sent to in the 1800s as punishment for rising up against the Crown for seizing their whenua.

  • Te Manu Korihi News for 23 March 2015 ( 3′ 25″ )

    18:46 The country's last surviving original 28th Maori Battalion member has died at the age of 96; The Electoral Commission's reminding new Maori voters of their choices, in the lead-up to the Northland by-election; A book that contains an illustrated history of Maori culture and people has been shortlisted in the 2015 Royal Society of New Zealand Science Book Prize.

  • 28th Maori Battalion veteran dies aged 96 ( 2′ 54″ )

    17:57 The country's last surviving original 28th Maori Battalion members has died at the age of 96.

  • Te Manu Korihi News for 23 March 2015 ( 3′ 12″ )

    08:44 Parents who removed their children from a Maori immersion state school say they've been betrayed by the Ministry of Education; The national rate of people being hospitalised for rheumatic fever has dropped further than officials thought it would; A South Taranaki tribe is visiting places in the South Island this week where their ancestors were sent to in the 1800s as punishment for rising up against the Crown for seizing their whenua.

  • Te Manu Korihi News for 23 March 2015 ( 3′ 28″ )

    06:28 The national rate of people being hospitalised for rheumatic fever has dropped further than officials thought it would; The Ministry of Education has backed down after it was taken to court over its intervention at a Maori immersion school; A South Taranaki tribe is visiting places in the South Island this week where their ancestors were sent to in the 1800s as punishment for rising up against the Crown for seizing their whenua.

  • Te Waonui a te Manu Korihi for 20 March 2015 ( 21′ 42″ )

    20:00 The Maori legal profession is questioning why the Government's data on the number of judges who identify as tangata whenua is out-of-date;A Hauraki iwi, Ngati Tamatera, fears its tribal waterways could become polluted because of mining work by a company running tests at Karangahake, south of Paeroa;Controversy at a Northland kura has continued with the Ministry of Education removing the commissioner put in charge to sort out the troubled school;An infectious disease specialist says the prospect of a safe, effective and affordable vaccine to combat rheumatic fever is a huge step forward;On Monday, some residents who evacuated their homes because of ex-tropical cyclone Pam sought refuge at Marae along the east coast of the North Island;The Maori King movement and the police are in talks, about building a waka or canoe for officers to potentially paddle in future to Turangawaewae Regatta.

  • Te Manu Korihi for 20 March 2015 ( 3′ 21″ )

    18:48 The Ngapuhi hapu of Ngati Hine has vowed to stamp out violence amongst its people; Archaeologists in Waikato suspect they've found the South Pacific's biggest pre-European gardening operation, which spans about 130-kilometres along the Waikato River; The Wairoa Museum in Hawke's Bay has put in an official bid to a museum in Scotland for a nineteenth century Maori war flag to be returned to New Zealand.

  • Te Manu Korihi for 20 March 2015 ( 3′ 21″ )

    17:52 Archaeologists in Waikato suspect they've found the South Pacific's biggest pre-European gardening operation, which spans about 130-kilometres along the Waikato River; The Ngapuhi hapu of Ngati Hine has vowed to stamp out violence amongst its people; The Wairoa Museum in Hawkes Bay has put in an official bid to a museum in Scotland for a nineteenth century Maori war flag to be returned to New Zealand.

  • Te Manu Korihi News for 20 March 2015 ( 3′ 27″ )

    08:45 Controversy at a Northland kura has continued with the Ministry of Education removing the commissioner put in charge to sort out the troubled school; The path's being smoothed for Ngai Tahu to build 600 homes on land shouldering Christchurch's Riccarton Racecourse - after the tribe's 'rough start' to a partnership with the site's owners; After four decades of litigation, petition and negotiations five Epa or Maori storehouse panels that were stolen from a swamp have returned home to Taranaki.

  • Te Manu Korihi News for 20 March 2015 ( 3′ 35″ )

    06:27 After four decades of litigation, petition and negotiations five Epa or Maori storehouse panels that were stolen from a swamp have returned home to Taranaki; Controversy at a Northland kura has continued with the Ministry of Education removing the commissioner put in charge to sort out the troubled school; The path's being smoothed for Ngai Tahu to build 600 homes on land shouldering Christchurch's Riccarton Racecourse - after the tribe's 'rough start' to a partnership with the site's owners.