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  • Te Manu Korihi News for 30 July 2014 ( 3′ 35″ )

    18:51 The body set up to spend the Tuwharetoa Treaty settlement package has asked lawyers to investigate investment losses and overspending; A Maori leader says comments from the Act Party to axe Maori seats and that tangata whenua have legal privilege, is a cyclical and ignorant debate; and......a Far North iwi leader says the comments from the Act Party are from the dark ages; The election results are out for Tuhoronuku: the board that will steer the massive Ngapuhi Treaty settlement.

  • Act Party's comments 'ignorant and from the dark ages' ( 3′ 18″ )

    17:46 A Maori leader says comments from the Act Party about axeing Maori seats and tangata whenua having legal privilege is part of a cyclical and ignorant debate.

  • Te Manu Korihi News for 30 July 2014 ( 3′ 31″ )

    08:46 The actor Cliff Curtis is dismissing claims that he publicly supports the Mana Party; Whanau heading for Waitangi Tribunal hearings in Tai Tokerau next week will have a long detour around roads still blocked after the recent big storm; The chief executive of Ngati Porou Hauora, says the cost of its Maori health service is becoming hard to sustain; Moerewa's community trust says if people know of whanau who still need help after the big Northland storm they should let it know.

  • Te Manu Korihi News for 30 July 2014 ( 3′ 29″ )

    06:27 Ngati Hine claimants are about to bump two people off the authority set up to negotiate the Ngapuhi treaty settlement; Moerewa's community trust says if people know of whanau who still need help after the big Northland storm they should let it know; The actor Cliff Curtis is dismissing claims that he publicly supports the Mana Party; An academic specialising in mental health research says he expects kaupapa Maori services in the sector to keep growing.

  • Te Manu Korihi News for 29 July 2014 ( 3′ 30″ )

    18:54 Internet Mana's Wairiki candidate Annette Sykes says she's level-pegging with the Maori Party candidate Te Ururoa Flavell - as she launches her election campaign; Tai Tokerau's river patrol man Millan Ruka says Fish and Game must be go on speaking out about the state of the country's rivers; Mental health specialists are hoping a plan to extend the Mason Clinic's Maori Unit will encourage other services to follow suit; The wahine behind a successful exhibition of art by Maori inmates will be acknowledged at Parliament tonight.

  • Mason Clinic says doubling unit will attract more services ( 2′ 57″ )

    17:51 Mental health service leaders say plans to expand the Maori unit at the Mason Clinic will encourage other services to follow suit. The country's largest forensic psychiatric clinic wants to double the size of its Maori unit - because it works. Our Te Manu Korihi reporter, Mani Dunlop spoke to others in the sector about the effectiveness of Kaupapa Maori services.

  • Te Manu Korihi for 29 July 2014 ( 3′ 34″ )

    08:50 A leading Maori language researcher says a standardised form of Te Reo needs to be used in Government circles to ensure there is no confusion over its meaning; The country's largest forensic mental health unit wants to expand its Maori unit, because of its success in patients rehabilitation; A consultancy group is examining how long-term health services will be provided on the East Coast and where to base them; A Far North iwi is confident its collaboration with a private education provider will help improve numeracy and literacy skills amongst its tamariki.

  • Te Manu Korihi for 29 July 2014 ( 3′ 25″ )

    06:27 The country's largest forensic mental health unit wants to expand its Maori unit, because of its success in patients rehabilitation; A leading Maori language researcher says a standardised form of Te Reo needs to be used in Government circles to ensure there is no confusion over its meaning; A consultancy group is examining how long-term health services will be provided on the East Coast and where to base them; A Far North iwi is confident its collaboration with a private education provider will help improve numeracy and literacy skills amongst its tamariki.

  • Te Manu Korihi News for 28 July 2014 ( 3′ 24″ )

    18:52 Public submissions are being sought on the controversial Maori Language Bill which aims to revitalise Te Reo by giving iwi responsibility for its development; A Far North iwi and a private tuition provider have joined forces to provide an after-school learning centre in Kaitaia; The son of Tuhoe activist Tame Iti says a weight has been lifted off the iwi after an apology by the Police Commissioner Mike Bush; The Whanau Ora Commissioning Agency for the South Island was launched in Christchurch today.

  • Maori Council accuses govt of blocking tactic ( 3′ 30″ )

    17:50 The Maori Council is accusing the government of deliberately blocking any chance of a Waitangi Tribunal inquiry into a proposed new law for Te Reo.

  • Te Manu Korihi News for 28 July 2014 ( 3′ 13″ )

    08:50 MetService has reached an agreement with two marae to put a weather radar on ancestral land in the Far North - to track rain and thunderstorms. A tribe in the Ohope area of Bay of Plenty says an assurance by the Treaty Negotiations Minister over the Tuhoe settlement legislation doesn't fix the problem it has with the legal document. An Auckland Maori carver believes the art of his trade could be under threat because there's an increasing number of them giving up the skill. The government has no plan in place for how to distribute a 30 million dollar information, communication and technology fund for Maori.

  • Te Manu Korihi News for 28 July 2014 ( 3′ 18″ )

    06:28 MetService has reached an agreement with two marae to put a weather radar on ancestral land in the Far North - to track rain and thunderstorms. An Auckland Maori carver believes the art of his trade could be under threat because there's an increasing number of them giving up the skill. A tribe in the Ohope area of Bay of Plenty says an assurance by the Treaty Negotiations Minister over the Tuhoe settlement legislation doesn't fix the problem it has with the legal document. The government has no plan in place for how to distribute a 30 million dollar information, communication and technology fund for Maori.

  • Te Waonui for 27 July 2014 ( 25′ 43″ )

    17:00 FILE TITLE Te Waonui #1430 for 5.35pm Sun 27 Jul - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - ANNOUNCER INTRO: It's time now for Te Waonui a Te Manu Korihi. - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - IN: SFX & MUSIC (0:15) 'E te tii, e te taa . . . . OUT: . . . Kia tau te mauri.' MUSIC (0:32) DUR: 25:43 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - BACK ANNOUNCE: And the Manu Korihi team will be back with another programme at the same time next Sunday - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - BRIEF TRAIL: Coming up just after half past five - .Parliamentary reporter Chris Bramwell joins Te Waonui a- Te Manu Korihi presenter Eru Rerekura in conversation with retiring Maori Party co-leader, Tamaki Makarau MP and Minister of Maori Affairs, Pita Sharples - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -

  • Te Manu Korihi News for 25 July 2014 ( 3′ 13″ )

    18:52 Ngati Ruanui says it's opposing an appeal to the High Court by a company, which wants to mine iron sand from the south Taranaki coast; A Maori carver is aiming to bless Auckland, a city he describes as a mini New York, with more Maori sculptures telling its history; The retiring National list MP, Tau Henare, says he's going to miss the buzz he gets from politics; The retiring Minister of Maori Affairs, Pita Sharples, says Te Puni Kokiri is often used as a scapegoat by the Government when it can't sort out Maori issues.

  • Te Manu Korihi News for 25 July 2014 ( 3′ 24″ )

    17:43 The retiring National list MP, Tau Henare, says he's going to miss the buzz he gets from politics; Ngati Ruanui says it's opposing an appeal to the High Court by a company, which wants to mine iron sand south Taranaki coast; A Maori carver is aiming to bless Auckland, a city he describes as a mini New York, with more Maori sculptures telling its history; Auckland Libraries' Maori Advisor, says interest from non-Maori in Matariki and Te Wiki o Te Reo Maori events grows every year.

  • Te Manu Korihi News for 25 July 2014 ( 3′ 19″ )

    08:46 A Human Rights Review Tribunal Hearing has heard if it doesn't uphold a complaint about two cartoons, it gives the media an unconstrained right to publish material without regarding the law; A bill to transfer the leadership of Te Reo revitalisation to iwi has passed its first reading in Parliament, despite strong opposition from the Labour Party, the Mana movement, and the Maori Council; Te Tai Hauauru MP, Tariana Turia, says as she retires from politics she's confident her party collegue, Chris McKenzie, who's campaigning for her seat has what it takes to win; The Treaty Negotiations Minister has assured Parliament that the passing of the Tuhoe settlement legislation won't stop iwi and hapu groups, that also have an interest in Te Urewera, from having their claims settled.

  • Te Manu Korihi News for 25 July 2014 ( 3′ 22″ )

    06:26 A bill to transfer the leadership of Te Reo revitalisation to iwi has passed its first reading in Parliament, despite strong opposition from the Labour Party, the Mana movement, and the Maori Council; Te Tai Hauauru MP, Tariana Turia, says as she retires from politics she's confident her party collegue, Chris McKenzie, who's campaigning for her seat has what it takes to win; A Human Rights Review Tribunal Hearing has heard if it doesn't uphold a complaint about two cartoons, it gives the media an unconstrained right to publish material without regarding the law; A librarian in South Auckland is collating video interviews with kuia and koroua from the area, to help keep their stories alive.

  • Te Manu Korihi News for 24 July 2014 ( 3′ 22″ )

    18:50 A Human Rights Review Tribunal Hearing has heard that a complaint about two cartoons should be dismissed to ensure freedom of expression is not unreasonably restricted; A contentious bill to put the job of revitalising Te Reo in the hands of iwi has had its first reading in Parliament; Meanwhile, the Mana movement says Parliament and the Crown is being let off the hook, with plans to shift control of Te Reo to an iwi-led group; The retiring Minister of Maori Affairs, Pita Sharples, admits that he didn't want to become an MP and would've preferred to have stayed a community advocate; Legislation to return ancestral sites to Auckland tribes has been passed by Parliament.

  • Tuhoe celebrate the passing of their Treaty claim ( 3′ 30″ )

    17:38 Tuhoe leaders are celebrating what they describe as a historic moment in the struggle for rangatiratanga or self-determination.

  • Te Manu Korihi News for 24 July 2014 ( 3′ 14″ )

    08:50 A Moriori conservationist is planning to seek world heritage status for a park on the Chatham Island; The editor of a newspaper which published a cartoon currently in front of the Human Rights Review Tribunal says print media sometimes publish provocative material, to spark valuable public debate; A working group is calling for feedback from Waikato-Tainui descendants about options to make sure it's tribal organisations work; The Minister of Maori Affairs Dr Pita Sharples is confident the new Maori language governance entity, Te Matawai, will reflect all of the main tribal dialects.

  • Te Manu Korihi News for 24 July 2014 ( 3′ 19″ )

    06:28 The editor of a newspaper which published a cartoon currently in front of the Human Rights Review Tribunal says print media sometimes publish provocative material, to spark valuable public debate; A Moriori conservationist is planning to seek world heritage status for a park on the Chatham Islands; The Minister of Maori Affairs Dr Pita Sharples says he's confident the new Maori language governance entity, Te Matawai, will reflect all of the main tribal dialects; A working group is calling for feedback from Waikato-Tainui descendants about options to make sure it's tribal organisations work.

  • Te Manu Korihi News for 23 July 2014 ( 3′ 11″ )

    18:53 The editor of a newspaper which published a cartoon currently in front of the Human Rights Review Tribunal, has accepted it caused offence, but defends its publication; The chair of a Rangitikei iwi is hoping its new partnership with Lincoln University could result in iwi members gaining doctorates in the agriculture field; A Maori language expert says learning Te Reo is a political statement for some Maori and a way of showing they still exist; The Maori names Nikau and Aria have been announced as 2013's most popular ingoa Maori for a baby boy and a girl.

  • Māori language claimed to be a political motivator ( 2′ 49″ )

    17:49 A Māori language expert says learning te reo is a political statement for some tangata whenua as well as a way of showing their intention to keep the language alive.

  • Te Manu Korihi News for 23 July 2014 ( 3′ 21″ )

    08:54 Metservice is signalling it will add the letter 'h' to Whanganui on its weather maps. A Moriori leader believes funding for a new museum on the Chathams would be better spent saving the last remaining sacred trees that have ancient Moriori carvings on them from further decimation. The tribal and charitable arms of Ngati Porou have reached an agreement with Contact Energy that they hope will help pay the power bills for 50 marae. A lower North Island tribe and Lincoln University have partnered up to help develop iwi members' skills for primary industries.

  • Te Manu Korihi News for 23 July 2014 ( 3′ 28″ )

    06:28 The Maori Language Commission is calling on the MetService to start using the correct spelling of Whanganui. A Moriori leader believes funding for a new museum on the Chathams would be better spent saving the last remaining sacred trees that have ancient Moriori carvings on them from further decimation. The tribal and charitable arms of Ngati Porou have reached an agreement with Contact Energy that they hope will help pay the power bills for 50 marae.

  • Te Manu Korihi News for 22 July 2014 ( 2′ 50″ )

    18:47 A former Maori Affairs Minister believes the Kim Dotcom-backed political party - Internet-Mana - could encourage first-time rangatahi Maori voters to sign up for this year's general election; A research project is investigating how to protect the rights of Maori, in relation to whether human tissue samples are allowed to be used either in New Zealand or by country overseas; A veteran Maori broadcaster says he no longer feels the hostility he once did towards Te Reo Maori.

  • Teachers at top of Labour's Te Reo strategy ( 3′ 4″ )

    17:51 The Labour party says it will focus on increasing the number of Te Reo speaking teachers, as part of its language policy. Te Reo is a big political matter for some candidates - with some saying the language is one of their main campaign issues.

  • Te Manu Korihi News for 22 July 2014 ( 3′ 27″ )

    08:45 Iwi have told researchers they want Maori protocols incorporated into how human tissue from tangata whenua is taken and used for treatments such as diabetes and gout; The former Maori Affairs Minister, Dover Samuels, doubts Te Reo Rangatira will encourage non-Maori voters to register for the upcoming general election; The Maori arm of the National Network for Stopping Violence is praising a new report proposing Maori agencies become part of an integrated approach to combating domestic violence; People driving into Te Kuiti this week will be greeted with new road signs.

  • Te Manu Korihi News for 22 July 2104 ( 3′ 33″ )

    06:27 Some Maori language advocates are predicting Te Reo Rangatira could empower non-Maori voters to register for the general election, a claim the former Maori Affairs Minister, Dover Samuels, doubts will happen; Iwi have told researchers they want Maori protocols incorporated into how human tissue from tangata whenua is taken and used for treatments such as diabetes and gout; The Maori arm of the National Network for Stopping Violence is praising a new report proposing Maori agencies become part of an integrated approach to combating domestic violence; People driving into Te Kuiti this week will be greeted with new road signs.

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

    18:51 A Human Rights Review Tribunal has heard that two Fairfax newspaper cartoons are racist representations of Maori and Pacific people and are insulting and ignorant; The former director of the Glenn Inquiry says Maori are especially disadvantaged by the current piecemeal approach to dealing with domestic or child abuse; The Maori Language Commission says Te Reo lessons should be compulsory in primary schools; Researchers say their study into hearing loss should prompt health officials to address how Maori children are treated.