Te Manu Korihi

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  • Te Waonui a te Manu Korihi for 6 March 2015 ( 20′ 00″ )

    20:00 After 29 years, the national kapa haka festival returned to Christchurch - with more than 5-thousand people attending the opening of Te Matatini in Hagley Park. And in an effort to curb obesity and type-2 diabetes, food vendors at Te Matatini have been made to serve up healthy kai. A marae collective says pa should not insure their treasured wood carvings, to help drive down the high price of insurance - which can cost thousands of dollars. One of the country's new Maori inspectors says the police is serious about addressing the problem of tangata whenua and Pasifika people being over represented in prosecution rate figures. Meanwhile, the Maori Party is pushing for an inquiry into the justice system over what it calls institutional racism following the Privy Council quashing Teina Pora's convictions for the rape and murder of Susan Burdett. A new charter kura says some of its students have come to its classes because they were close to being kicked out of their old schools.

  • Te Manu Korihi for 6 March 2015 ( 3′ 29″ )

    18:52 A proposal's in place to abolish the fisheries body - Te Ohu Kaimoana; After a sunny start to Te Matatini yesterday, the rain didn't deter the crowds from turning up en masse in a cheerful spirit to support their home teams; The Education Minister, Hekia Parata, says Maori need to do better in school if they want to make it into university; The starting gun's been fired for Ngati Tuwharetoa to settlle its historical Treaty of Waitangi claims.

  • Te Manu Korihi for 6 March 2015 ( 3′ 52″ )

    17:48 After a sunny start to Te Matatini yesterday, the rain didn't deter the crowds from turning up en masse in a cheerful spirit to support their home teams; A proposal's in place to abolish the fisheries body - Te Ohu Kaimoana; The Education Minister, Hekia Parata, says Maori need to do better in school if they want to make it into university; The starting gun's been fired for Ngati Tuwharetoa to settle its historical Treaty of Waitangi claims.

  • Te Manu Korihi News for 6 March 2015 ( 3′ 02″ )

    08:44 Te Matatini national kapa haka festival attracted well over 20-thousand spectators on its first day and now day two will bring thousands more; The Crown has been accused of being 'bloody minded' in its approach to settling the Ngāpuhi Treaty claims; A business owned by Manipoto Iwi has shelved their annual catch entitlement for long-finned freshwater eel.

  • Te Manu Korihi News for 6 March 2015 ( 3′ 22″ )

    06:28 The Crown has been accused of being 'bloody minded' in its approach to settling the Ngapuhi Treaty claims; A business owned by Manipoto Iwi has shelved their annual catch entitlement for long-finned freshwater eel; Te Matatini national kapa haka festival attracted well over 20-thousand spectators on its first day and now day two will bring thousands more.

  • Te Manu Korihi News for 5 March 2015 ( 3′ 25″ )

    18:47 In an effort to curb obesity and type-2 diabetes food, vendors at Te Matatini have been made to serve up healthy kai; Part of Northland's Aupouri forest has been returned to local iwi by the Crown after leasing the land for almost half a century; In Australia, the Liberal Democrat senator, David Leyonhjelm, has come out against the Federal Government's push to recognise Indigenous people in the constitution.

  • Te Manu Korihi News for 5 March 2015 ( 3′ 25″ )

    08:46 A Canterbury kapa haka team performing at Te Matatini - the national Maori cultural festival in Christchurch - says it's under extra pressure to perform but at the same time are confident about having a "home town" advantage. The Prime Minister, John Key, has avoided responding directly to an idea by the Maori Party, which is calling for an inquiry into the justice system for what it says is insititutional racism. A busines owned by the King Country iwi Ngati Manipoto has made yet another profit, making almost three-quarters of a million dollars last year. A Ruapehu says since it was included in the Whanganui River Deed of Settlement, it now has a better relationship with its kinfolk and the tribal entity that helps to look after the river.

  • Te Manu Korihi News for 5 March 2015 ( 3′ 37″ )

    06:25 The Prime Minister, John Key, has avoided responding directly to an idea by the Maori Party, which is calling for an inquiry into the justice system for what it says is institutional racism. A Canterbury kapa haka team performing at Te Matatini - the national Maori cultural festival in Christchurch - says it's under extra pressure to perform but at the same time are confident about having a "home town" advantage. A busines owned by the King Country iwi Ngati Manipoto has made yet another profit, making almost three-quarters of a million dollars last year. A Ruapehu says since it was included in the Whanganui River Deed of Settlement, it now has a better relationship with its kinfolk and the tribal entity that helps to look after the river.

  • Te Manu Korihi News for 4 March 2015 ( 3′ 30″ )

    18:50 The Maori Party is pushing for an inquiry into the justice system over what it calls institutional racism following the Privy Council quashing Teina Pora's convictions for the rape and murder of Susan Burdett; A new charter kura says some of its students have come to its classes because they were close to being kicked out of their old school; Tangata whenua at Marsden Point say they've been sidelined as kaitiaki of Whangarei harbour, despite promises made at the time the timber port gained consent.

  • Charter school opens on marae ( 2′ 59″ )

    17:55 A new charter kura says some of its students have come to its classes because they were close to being kicked out of their old schools.

  • Te Manu Korihi News for 4 March 2015 ( 3′ 26″ )

    08:49 The stage is set; the kapa haka crowds have booked out accommodation, and Hagley Park in Christchurch is the venue for the biggest Maori cultural event in the world - Te Matatini - which begins today with a massive powhiri just before midday; A group of lawyers says the Crown shouldn't be in charge of funding the Waitangi Tribunal; A dormant Ruapehu tribe is calling its members back home; Heritage New Zealand hopes to continue working with a Christian camp after its owners fought to prevent the lands becoming wahi tapu.

  • Te Manu Korihi News for 4 March 2015 ( 3′ 19″ )

    06:28 A group of lawyers says the Crown shouldn't be in charge of funding the Waitangi Tribunal; The stage is set; the kapa haka crowds have booked out accommodation, and Hagley Park in Christchurch is the venue for the biggest Maori cultural event in the world - Te Matatini - which begins today with a massive powhiri just before midday; Heritage New Zealand hopes to continue working with a Christian camp after its owners fought to prevent the lands becoming wahi tapu; A dormant Ruapehu tribe is calling its members back home.

  • Te Manu Korihi News for 3 March 2015 ( 3′ 10″ )

    18:49 A youth law advocacy group is questioning how much influence a dozen new Maori inspectors will have to help reduce the prosecution rate for Maori, who are over represented in the justice system; Tangata whenua at Marsden Point say their old people remember times when pipi on Mair Bank died back - but never to the present disastrous levels; The Porirua-based tribe Ngati Toa has been called in to examine the discovery of a midden during earthworks for an office site for the Transmission Gully roading project north of Wellington; The latest charter school has officially opened.

  • Maori inspector serious about change ( 2′ 52″ )

    17:50 One of the country's new Maori inspectors says the police are serious about addressing the problem of tangata whenua and Pasifika people being over-represented in prosecution rate figures.

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

    08:48 The Far North iwi, Ngati Kahu, has fronted up to politicians - telling them to pull a settlement package for four other neighbouring tribes; Auckland's tupuna maunga - or volcanic cones - are about to become alcohol and smoke-free zones; A members' bill by the Green Party to prevent Maori land being taken under the Public Works Act could be before parliament by the end of the month; The organisers of the national kapa haka event, Te Matatini, aim to contribute at least six million dollars towards the rebuilding of Christchurch.

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

    06:26 The Far North iwi, Ngati Kahu, has fronted up to politicians - telling them to pull a settlement package for four other neighbouring tribes; Auckland's tupuna maunga - or volcanic cones - are about to become alcohol and smoke-free zones; The organisers of the national kapa haka event, Te Matatini, aim to contribute at least six million dollars towards the rebuilding of Christchurch; A members' bill by the Green Party to prevent Maori land being taken under the Public Works Act could be before parliament by the end of the month.

  • Te Manu Korihi News for 2 March 2015 ( 3′ 36″ )

    18:54 A collective of 30 marae says pa should not insure their treasured wood carvings, to help drive down the high price of insurance - which can cost thousands of dollars; A Maori business leader in Taranaki says the formation of a Maori ward in New Plymouth would help generate creative energy around the council table; An Auckland researcher has been awarded a fifty-thousand-dollar grant from the Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment to investigate how Marae-based learning can be developed; A group of volunteers and the Greater Wellington Regional Council are working together to find out how many kakahi or freshwater mussels are in Lake Wairarapa.

  • Te Manu Korihi News for 2 March 2015 ( 3′ 24″ )

    17:55 A collective representing 30 marae is saying Maori pā should not insure their treasured wood carvings, to help drive down the high price of insurance - which can cost thousands of dollars.

  • Te Manu Korihi News for 2 March 2015 ( 2′ 50″ )

    08:47 A Maori financial broker says some insurance assessors are listing Marae as public halls, which drives up the cost of cover for pa; A bach owner says planned Treaty settlement legislation would 'landlock' his holiday home; The Maori Affairs Select Committee is on the move - heading north to hear what people have to have about Treaty legislation for tribes in the Far North; Nearly all the new Maori police inspectors for the 12 districts have been appointed.

  • Te Manu Korihi News for 2 March 2015 ( 3′ 13″ )

    06:27 A bach owner says planned Treaty settlement legislation would 'landlock' his holiday home; A Maori financial broker says some insurance assessors are listing Marae as public halls, which drives up the cost of cover for pa; Nearly all the new Maori police inspectors for the 12 districts have been appointed; The Maori Affairs Select Committee is on the move - heading north to hear what people have to have about Treaty legislation for tribes in the Far North.

  • Te Waonui for week ending 27 February 2015 ( 20′ 54″ )

    20:00 The Pakaitore protest - 20 years on, Te Matatini puts a squeeze on motels, and....we go on tour....with Ngati Toa.

  • Te Manu Korihi for 27 February 2015 ( 3′ 07″ )

    18:52 It's 20 years since the noho of Whanganui's Pakaitore, or Moutoa Gardens - a protest that lasted for 79 days; The New Zealand First leader, Winston Peters is confident ahead of the Northland by-election and says he wants to get Maori off the general electorate role and onto the Maori role; A business leader says a Maori ward seat in New Plymouth is not the only answer to mana whenua aspirations in the rohe; A Treaty of Waitangi commemoration day is being held this Sunday by the Ngati Poao Iwi Trust on the bank of the Tamaki River in Auckland.

  • Whanganui iwi celebrate 20th anniversary of Pakaitore ( 3′ 25″ )

    17:50 It's 20 years since the noho of Whanganui's Pakaitore, or Moutoa Gardens - a protest that lasted for 79 days.

  • Te Manu Korihi News for 27 February 2015 ( 3′ 19″ )

    08:49 A guardian of the Maori pre-school movement says she's never known a time when Maori have been so disparate; A Whanganui sports organisation has added the letter 'h' to its name, saying the change reflects the positive relationship it has with local iwi; Ngati Kahungunu elders are banning swimming, waka ama and fishing from a popular harbour attraction in Hawke's Bay after a body was found in the waterway; The latest group of Maori political candidates have gained the respect of Te Arawa Kaumatua, Sir Toby Curtis, as competent leaders.

  • Te Manu Korihi News for 27 February 2015 ( 3′ 23″ )

    06:26 A former Maori Language Commissioner is blaming some iwi for the loss of the Maori language; A Whanganui sports organisation has added the letter 'h' to its name, saying the change reflects the positive relationship it has with local iwi; Ngati Kahungunu elders are banning swimming, waka ama and fishing from a popular harbour attraction in Hawke's Bay after a body was found in the waterway; The latest group of Maori political candidates have gained the respect of Te Arawa Kaumatua, Sir Toby Curtis, as competent leaders.

  • Te Manu Korihi News for 26 February 2015 ( 3′ 38″ )

    18:51 The Minister for Maori development, Te Ururoa Flavell ,says he's surprised planned changes to laws covering Maori land and the language have not been the focus of his nationwide hui; Also speaking at the hui was the Maori food researcher and caterer, Joe McLeod; The Ngai Tahu academic, Hana O'Regan, is on the twelve-person panel set up to get the public's view on whether New Zealand should get a new flag - and also find out what it should look like; The media funding body, NZ On Air and Porirua City are joining forces with a scheme to encourage local musicians to film their videos outside the main centres.

  • Maori Minister surprised at range of hui topics ( 3′ 03″ )

    17:54 The Minister for Maori development, Te Ururoa Flavell, says he's surprised planned changes to laws covering Maori land and the language have not been the focus of his nationwide hui.

  • Te Manu Korihi News for 26 February 2015 ( 3′ 17″ )

    08:49 A guardian of the Maori pre-school movement says she's never known a time when Maori have been so disparate; A Whanganui sports organisation has added the letter 'h' to its name, saying the change reflects the positive relationship it has with local iwi; Ngati Kahungunu elders are banning swimming, waka ama and fishing from a popular harbour attraction in Hawke's Bay after a body was found in the waterway; The latest group of Maori political candidates have gained the respect of Te Arawa Kaumatua, Sir Toby Curtis, as competent leaders.

  • Te Manu Korihi News for 26 February 2015 ( 3′ 29″ )

    06:26 A former Maori Language Commissioner is blaming some iwi for the loss of the Maori language; A Whanganui sports organisation has added the letter 'h' to its name, saying the change reflects the positive relationship it has with local iwi; Ngati Kahungunu elders are banning swimming, waka ama and fishing from a popular harbour attraction in Hawke's Bay after a body was found in the waterway; The latest group of Maori political candidates have gained the respect of Te Arawa Kaumatua, Sir Toby Curtis, as competent leaders.

  • Te Manu Korihi News for 25 February 2015 ( 3′ 38″ )

    18:48 The government says Te Kohanga Reo National Trust Board will start talking to whanau next month about changes to the way the body controls the network of language nests; An Anglican Maori Bishop, who recently provided refuge to a Christchurch family to avoid being deported to Chile, has been stood down from his post as head of the church's Te Waipounamu Diocese; Labour's Maori Development spokesperson Nanaia Mahuta says the Maori Language Bill needs more input from language experts, iwi and educators before it can proceed any further; Te Runanganui o Ngati Porou has appointed a new leader, Selwyn Parata; Kaumatua dying and their knowledge being lost is prompting a confederation of tribes to develop new leaders.