Te Manu Korihi

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  • Te Manu Korihi News for 2 September 2014 ( 3′ 11″ )

    18:47 The Maori community in Ashburton is mourning the death of a local kuia caught up in yesterday's fatal shooting at Work and Income; The Board steering Ngapuhi's treaty settlement, is looking for its negotiators: The Government is contributing seven hundred thousand dollars to a project to help preserve the Maori Battalion's legacy; An anti-smoking organisation is keen to see who will be the next champion to pick up from Tariana Turia and lead the fight to ban smoking.

  • Ashburton Maori mourn death of kuia ( 1′ 59″ )

    17:47 The Maori community in Ashburton is mourning the death of a local kuia caught up in yesterday's fatal shooting at Work and Income.

  • Te Manu Korihi News for 2 September 2014 ( 3′ 17″ )

    08:46 An environmental lawyer says he will be watching in fascination how the first applications for customary marine title under the Marine and Coastal Act unfold in the High Court; A Waikato conservation group fighting to bring back North Island kokako to Mount Pirongia says it's pleased their efforts will be boosted by Government funding; A teacher in Australia is using Skype to help her students learn about Maori symbols such as koru and poutama motifs; A telephone helpline service that supports people to give up smoking wants to start helping groups such an entire whanau to kick the habit.

  • Te Manu Korihi News for 2 September 2014 ( 3′ 27″ )

    06:27 An environmental lawyer says he will be watching in fascination how the first applications for customary marine title under the Marine and Coastal Act unfold in the High Court; A Waikato conservation group fighting to bring back North Island kokako to Mount Pirongia says it's pleased their efforts will be boosted by Government funding; A teacher in Australia is using Skype to help her students learn about Maori symbols such as koru and poutama motifs; A telephone helpline service that supports people to give up smoking wants to start helping groups such an entire whanau to kick the habit.

  • Te Manu Korihi News for 1 September 2014 ( 3′ 20″ )

    18:50 The Supreme Court has failed to resolve a sub-tribe's claim to a section of a riverbed, and leaves its ownership in question; The Maori King has been discharged from Waikato Hospital after being admitted last week for diabetes-related ailments; An environmental lawyer says it's important for anyone who wishes to be heard in court over customary marine title applications is given the opportunity to do so; A comprehensive two-year study on the causes of rheumatic fever is to get underway with researchers hoping it will provide answers on how to combat the disease.

  • First High Court applications of Marine and Coastal Area Act ( 3′ )

    17:54 The first of the applications to the High Court under the Marine and Coastal Area Act are expected to be heard this year, three years on since it passed into law.

  • Te Manu Korihi News for 1 September 2014 ( 3′ 28″ )

    08:46 A group, which opposes the Marine and Coastal Act, has been granted permission to be heard on an iwi's application for customary marine title in Ikaroa-Rawhiti. A Whanganui Maori development organisation is aiming to get 500 submissions to restrict the sale of synthetic drugs in the city. Maori Medical Practitioners Association says it's watching very closely to see who takes over the reigns as the Associate Minister of Health after the next election. The National Institute of Water and Atmospheric Research says the gills of juvenile snapper in Kaipara Harbour are mutating due to an increase in sediment on the sea floor and their numbers are dropping.

  • Te Manu Korihi News for 1 September 2014 ( 3′ 27″ )

    06:28 A group which opposes the Marine and Coastal Act, has been granted permission to be heard on an iwi's application for customary marine title in Ikaroa-Rawhiti. A Whanganui Maori development organisation is aiming to get 500 submissions to restrict the sale of synthetic drugs in the city. The Maori Medical Practitioners Association says it's watching very closely to see who takes over the reigns as the Associate Minister of Health after the next election. The National Institute of Water and Atmospheric Research says the gills of juvenile snapper in Kaipara Harbour are mutating due to an increase in sediment on the sea floor and their numbers are dropping.

  • Te Waonui for 31 August 2014 ( 20′ 8″ )

    17:35 Eru Rerekura presents the weekend addition of Te Waonui a Te Manu Korihi of highlights from the weeks news stories.

  • Te Manu Korihi News for 29 August 2014 ( 3′ 23″ )

    18:52 A man applying for customary marine title over two of the Titi Islands says he's doesn't want Te Runanga o Ngai Tahu to be heard on the matter; The Maori Party wants to encourage more young Maori to participate in tertiary education; Television New Zealand has announced a new general manager for Maori and Pacific Programmes, Raewyn Rasch; An environmental group that is working to revitalise Kaipara Moana wants people to take part in a hui looking at strategies to preserve it.

  • Te Manu Korihi News for 29 August 2014 ( 3′ 10″ )

    17:49 A man applying for customary marine title over two of the Titi Islands says he's doesn't want Te Runanga o Ngai Tahu to be heard on the matter; The Maori Party wants to encourage more young Maori to participate in tertiary education; An environmental group that is working to revitalise Kaipara Moana wants people to take part in a hui looking at strategies to preserve it; Television New Zealand has announced a new general manager for Maori and Pacific Programmes, Raewyn Rasch.

  • Te Manu Korihi News for 29 August 2014 ( 3′ 19″ )

    08:46 A case in which a South Island man applying for customary marine title over two of the Titi islands, will be the first of its kind to be tested in a High Court. A professor in business management says Maori can be disadvantaged when applying for jobs due to cultural differences. An Australian Aboriginal leader says the federal government needs to canvass more indigenous communities before developing policies for tangata whenua, rather than from just a couple of visits to aboriginal settlements. Waikato Hospital has a new Maori Chaplain, Pastor Sonny Poutapu.

  • Te Manu Korihi News for 29 August 2014 ( 2′ 59″ )

    06:27 A case in which a South Island man applying for customary marine title over two of the Titi islands, will be the first of its kind to be tested in a High Court. A professor in business management says Maori can be disadvantaged when applying for jobs due to cultural differences. An Australian Aboriginal leader says the federal government needs to canvas more indigenous communities before developing policies for tangata whenua, rather than from just a couple of visits to aboriginal settlements. Waikato Hospital has a new Maori Chaplain, Pastor Sonny Poutapu.

  • Te Manu Korihi News for 28 August 2014 ( 3′ 20″ )

    18:46 The Iwi Leaders Group is backing the Labour Party's policy to lower power prices if it wins the election; A Maori anti-smoking advocate would like to encourage an Australian Aboriginal health leader to look within his own communities to find solutions to get tangata whenua to quit smoking.

  • Leaked documents show depth of cuts to Te Puni Kokiri ( 3′ 33″ )

    17:52 The Public Service Association says 66 jobs will be lost at Te Puni Korkiri, cutting the workforce down to just under 300. Leadership at the Ministry for Maori Development describes the restructure as a 'recruitment and reassignment process' and say who will stay and who'll go won't be known for up to two months. A 'Decision Document' leaked to Radio New Zealand shows the depth of the changes. From Te Manu Korihi, Laura Bootham has the details.

  • Te Manu Korihi News for 28 August 2014 ( 3′ 9″ )

    08:45 The National Party is sticking to its position that learning Te Reo should be voluntary in schools; Parents who withdrew their tamariki from a Northland school at the beginning of the year are praising a report into issues surrounding the school's board of trustees election process; Te Arawa Lakes Trust is accusing local bodies of holding up iwi development; An ancient argillite adze has been found by a member of the public in Wairarapa.

  • Te Manu Korihi News for 28 August 2014 ( 3′ 15″ )

    06:27 The Maori Party says it wants to make Te Reo compulsorily available to all schools; Parents who withdrew their tamariki from a Northland school at the beginning of the year are praising a report into issues surrounding the school's board of trustees election process; Te Arawa Lakes Trust is accusing local bodies of holding up iwi development; An ancient argillite adze has been found by a member of the public in Wairarapa.

  • Te Manu Korihi News for 27 August 2014 ( 3′ 10″ )

    18:48 A row over the running of a Northland Maori immersion school has deepened with the school's commissioner releasing a draft report on his review; One of Aotearoa's lead fashion designers has sparked outrage over the use of Native American headdress in her runway show; The Wairarapa branch of Ngati Kahungunu iwi is seeking feedback from iwi members about a new tribal entity.

  • Te Manu Korihi News for 27 August 2014 ( 2′ 58″ )

    17:52 A row over the running of a Northland Maori immersion school has deepened with the school's commissioner releasing a draft report on his review.

  • Te Manu Korihi News for 27 August 2014 ( 3′ 23″ )

    08:46 A Motiti island hapu group says the man employed by the Government to protect the environment and people on the remote island has a conflict of interest; The Maori King's Council will meet today to discuss who will represent King Tuheitia while he is in hospital; A new study suggests Maori are three to five times more likely than Pakeha to have the bacterium H Pylori in childhood which leads to stomach cancer; Otago Polytechnic says the launch of a new Maori business major will give those working in Maori organisations the opportunity to fast-track their degree.

  • Te Manu Korihi News for 27 August 2014 ( 3′ 23″ )

    06:26 A Motiti island hapu group says the man employed by the Government to protect the environment and people on the remote island has a conflict of interest; The Maori King's Council will meet today to discuss who will represent King Tuheitia while he is in hospital; A new study has found Maori are three to five times more likely than Pakeha to have the bacterium H Pylori in childhood which leads to stomach cancer; Otago Polytechnic says the launch of a new Maori business major will give those working in Maori organisations the opportunity to fast-track their degree.

  • Te Manu Korihi News for 26 August 2014 ( 3′ 13″ )

    18:50 The Maori King will remain in Waikato Hospital for at least another week after suffering from what's being described as diabetes-related ailments; More agricultural training opportunities for young Maori will be offered in a new farm partnership announced today; The Federation of Maori Authorities is holding its annual conference next month where it will update its members on the review of the Te Turi Whenua Act Review.

  • Maori King may stay in hospital another week ( 2′ 19″ )

    17:38 The Maori King is expected to remain in Waikato Hospital for at least another week after suffering from what's being described as diabetes-related ailments.

  • Te Manu Korihi News for 26 August 2014 ( 3′ 12″ )

    08:50 King Tuheitia is recovering in hospital after suffering a heart attack. The Maori Party's latest list candidate, Tame Iti, says he's willing to sit at the table with any political party if it means it gains mana motuhake for Maori. The Prime Minister John Key says he personally supports New Zealand history being taught in the school curriculum, but making it compulsory is another thing. Hospitals in Northland are ditching all sugary drinks from their cafeterias and vending machines.

  • Te Manu Korihi News for 26 August 2014 ( 3′ 26″ )

    06:27 King Tuheitia is recovering in hospital after suffering a heart attack. The Maori Party's latest list candidate, Tame Iti, says he's willing to sit at the table with any political party if it means it gains mana motuhake for Maori. The Prime Minister John Key says he personally supports New Zealand history being taught in the school curriculum, but making it compulsory is another thing. Hospitals in Northland are ditching all sugary drinks from their cafeterias and vending machines.

  • Te Manu Korihi News for 25 August 2014 ( 3′ 16″ )

    18:39 King Tuheitia has suffered a heart attack today. Waikato University is preparing for Kingitanga Day, an annual celebration of the relationship between the university and the Kingitanga. The Public Service Association says a restructure at Te Puni Kokiri has come as a big shock for staff. Tuwharetoa Settlement Trust says it needs to do more work before it can investigate investment losses and overspending.

  • Questions over Te Puni Kokiri restructuring ( 3′ 7″ )

    17:51 The Ministry of Maori Development, Te Puni Kokiri, is cutting many roles - while creating new advisory ones in a big shake-up at the agency. But the Public Service Association says the restructure has come as a shock for staff and questions whether it can fulfil its functions properly.

  • Te Manu Korihi News for 25 August 2014 ( 3′ 18″ )

    08:43 Thousands of Ngai Tuhoe members are making their way to Taneatua for its Settlement day and hear the formal apology from the Crown. King Tuheitia has opened up about his health and one of his sons getting into trouble with the law - calling the media coverage of the case a 'circus'. The Tai Tokerau MP Hone Harawira has declared his support for Ngati Hine in its stand for a separate Treaty settlement. New research suggests Maori diagnosed with stomach cancer are 27% less likely to survive than non-Maori.

  • Te Manu Korihi News for 25 August 2014 ( 3′ 17″ )

    06:28 King Tuheitia has opened up about his health and one of his sons getting into trouble with the law - calling the media coverage of the case a 'circus'. Thousands of Ngai Tuhoe members are making their way to Taneatua for its Settlement day and hear the formal apology from the Crown. New research suggests Maori diagnosed with stomach cancer are 27% less likely to survive than non-Maori. Labour's candidate for Te Tai Tokerau Kelvin Davis says he can't afford to soft-pedal in his campaign for the northern Maori seat.

  • Te Waonui programme for Sun 24 Aug 14 ( 21′ 35″ )

    20:00 On the programme this week, King Tūheitia gets personel at koroneihana commemorations; There's endorsment for a Maori curriculum; and a subtribe flexes its muscles in a big bay clean-up.