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  • Te Waonui for 24 April 2015 ( 21′ 43″ )

    21:00 The Manu Korihi news team brings you highlights of the weeks' Maori news, including How haka was used as a weapon during the First World War; The farmers' co-op model that could work wonders for Maori forestry; And... farewell to a much-loved woolhandling legend.

  • Te Manu Korihi News for 24 April 2015 ( 3′ 26″ )

    18:52 While a Maori rights movement in South Australia is organising protest marches about the government's plans to close down rural Aboriginal communities, a demonstration yesterday in Perth turned violent; A direct descendant of the creator of a renowned haka says its use during the First World War by unarmed Maori soldiers provoked fear in both their European countryman and their enemy; The fourteen Maori taonga stolen from a house near Hastings last week have been returned safely to Te Papa National Museum in Wellington.

  • Haka provokes fear during WW1 ( 3′ 33″ )

    17:54 A direct descendant of the creator of a renowned haka says its use during the First World War by unarmed Maori soldiers provoked fear in both their European countrymen and their enemy.

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

    08:48 A respected Ngati Toa Rangatira member hopes his participation in Anzac Day commemorations will become a family tradition to honour the memory of their tipuna who served during the First World War; An east coast Maori language immersion school is making an attempt to follow the new curriculum for kura kaupapa Maori that was launched earlier this year; Indigenous Australians in Perth are praising Maori both in New Zealand and in Australia for protesting in solidarity with them over the government's plans to shut down their remote communities; A collection of precious Maori taonga has been stolen from a house near Hastings.

  • Te Manu Korihi News for 24 April 2015 ( 3′ 21″ )

    06:28 Indigenous Australians in Perth are praising Maori both in New Zealand and in Australia for protesting in solidarity with them over the government's plans to shut down their remote communities; A respected Ngati Toa Rangatira member hopes his participation in Anzac Day commemorations will become a family tradition to honour the memory of their tipuna who served during the First World War; An east coast Maori language immersion school is making an attempt to follow the new curriculum for kura kaupapa Maori that was launched earlier this year; A collection of precious Maori taonga has been stolen from a house near Hastings.

  • Te Manu Korihi News for 23 April 2015 ( 3′ 31″ )

    18:49 A Whangarei marae's launching a two-year project to teach anyone who wants to learn how to build and use computers, apps and software; The son of a Maori Pioneer Battalion soldier is warning tangata whenua not to ignore their heritage, saying it's their responsibility to keep the war stories of their ancestors alive for generations to come; A two-hundred-thousand-dollar project paying tribute to a historical Marae site in the Papamoa Hills is taking shape alongside the Tauranga Eastern Link.

  • Marae project to teach coding & computer building ( 3′ 07″ )

    17:54 A Whangarei marae's launching a two-year project to teach anyone who wants to learn how to build and use computers, apps and software.

  • Te Manu Korihi News for 23 April 2015 ( 3′ 26″ )

    08:46 The Waitangi Tribunal will have to cut through arguments over when to launch the second stage of hearings into fresh water and geothermal resources. Tūwharetoa is purchasing a large amount of land from the Department of Corrections, in a buy-to-lease deal. The Ministry for Primary Industries is supporting a plan to help Māori get the most out of their undeveloped land. The Māori Anzac memorial service in Whanganui will be held at a different venue this year because the cenotaph that's being restored at Pākaitore, Moutoa Gardens won't be ready in time.

  • Te Manu Korihi News for 23 April 2015 ( 3′ 30″ )

    06:28 Tūwharetoa is purchasing a large amount of land from the Department of Corrections, in a buy-to-lease deal. The Waitangi Tribunal will have to cut through arguments over when to launch the second stage of hearings into fresh water and geothermal resources. The Ministry for Primary Industries is supporting a plan to help Māori get the most out of their undeveloped land. The Māori Anzac memorial service in Whanganui will be held at a different venue this year because the cenotaph that's being restored at Pākaitore, Moutoa Gardens won't be ready in time.

  • Te Manu Korihi News for 22 April 2015 ( 3′ 25″ )

    18:46 The former Race Relations commissioner, Joris de Bres, has told New Plymouth voters they have nothing to fear from the introduction of a Maori ward; A Maori language immersion school in northern Hawke's Bay says it's had to wait 20 years before it could build suitable and permanent buildings; Finally... the name's Bond - Ria Bond. Of Ngapuhi and Ngati Hine descent, the hairdresser is New Zealand First's newest MP.

  • Voters told there's nothing fear from Maori wards ( 3′ 19″ )

    17:55 The former Race Relations commissioner, Joris de Bres, has told New Plymouth voters they have nothing to fear from the introduction of a Maori ward.

  • Te Manu Korihi News for 22 April 2015 ( 2′ 48″ )

    08:49 A Christchurch local body politician who's moved to the North Island claims he has the confidence of Ngai Tahu for him to continue in his role working from out of town; The country's top haka performers have made it clear to organisers of Te Matatini they want the best judges selected for future competitions; The Tauranga City Council has issued a warning to residents following the death of about 25 eels in a stormwater drain after sustaining what looks like chemical burns; Ngati Toa descendants have been offered another chance to buy land and houses owned by the Crown.

  • Te Manu Korihi News for 22 April 2015 ( 3′ 31″ )

    06:26 A Christchurch local body politician who's moved to the North Island claims he has the confidence of Ngai Tahu for him to continue in his role working from out of town; The Tauranga City Council has issued a warning to residents following the death of about 25 eels in a stormwater drain after sustaining what looks like chemical burns; The country's top haka performers have made it clear to organisers of Te Matatini they want the best judges selected for future competitions; Ngati Toa descendants have been offered another chance to buy land and houses owned by the Crown.

  • Te Manu Korihi News for 21 April 2015 ( 3′ 29″ )

    18:48 The Fonterra milk co-operative model that's created billions of dollars for farmers is being proposed for Maori-owned forestry; A Maori historian is eager for more rangatahi to take up his profession so the stories of Maori veterans live on, and aren't wasted on going to the grave; A total immersion Maori language school in northern Hawke's Bay has a new home and new buildings.

  • Te Manu Korihi News for 21 April 2015 ( 3′ 22″ )

    17:55 The Fonterra milk co-operative model that's created billions of dollars for farmers is being proposed for Maori-owned forestry.

  • Te Manu Korihi News for 21 April 2015 ( 3′ 18″ )

    08:47 The Mana Movement leader, Hone Harawira, is accusing the Australian Prime Minister of ignoring the plight of remote indigenous communities in Western Australia which the government is planning to close down; A Maori historian has been charged with piecing together the story about Maori soldiers who served in World War One; A central plateau trust specialising in geothermal power generation, dairy farming and horticulture, is planning to continue growing its business outside of New Zealand; A South Island iwi-led agricultural training programme says it's aiming to give a boost to Maori leadership as it expands and offers higher level qualifications.

  • Te Manu Korihi News for 21 April 2015 ( 3′ 30″ )

    06:27 The Mana Movement leader, Hone Harawira, is accusing the Australian Prime Minister of ignoring the plight of remote indigenous communities in Western Australia which the government is planning to close down; A South Island iwi-led agricultural training programme says it's aiming to give a boost to Maori leadership as it expands and offers higher level qualifications; A Maori historian has been charged with piecing together the story about Maori soldiers who served in World War One; A central plateau trust specialising in geothermal power generation, dairy farming and horticulture, is planning to continue growing its business outside of New Zealand.

  • Te Manu Korihi News for 20 April 2015 ( 3′ 23″ )

    18:52 A Maori eeling business is warning that the silt killing Christchurch's eels will do irreversabile damage unless the sediment is removed urgently. The Maori Party has written an open letter to Australia's prime minister, protesting against plans to close Aboriginal communities. There's a new chief executive at Te Runanganui o Ngati Porou. Dean Ngaiwi Moana joins the tribal organisation with a CV as long as his arm.

  • Maori eeling business warns of rapid decline in numbers in ChCh ( 3′ 13″ )

    17:51 A Maori eeling business is warning that the silt killing Christchurch's eels will do irreversabile damage unless the sediment is removed urgently.

  • Te Manu Korihi News for 20 April 2015 ( 3′ 11″ )

    08:48 Support to correct the spelling of Rimutaka between Wellington and Wairarapa is growing with the backing of local council and iwi; New Zealand's representative to the United Nations Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues says Aotearoa is often held up as a leader in recognising indigenous rights, but that's not the case; One of Aotearoa's foremost choreographers has joined forces with Christchurch musician and producer Tiki Taane to bring a story of struggle and rejuvenation to Christchurch.

  • Te Manu Korihi News for 20 April 2015 ( 3′ 26″ )

    06:28 Support to correct the spelling of Rimutaka between Wellington and Wairarapa is growing with the backing of local council and iwi; New Zealand's representative to the United Nations Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues says Aotearoa is often held up as a leader in recognising indigenous rights, but that's not the case; One of Aotearoa's foremost choreographers has joined forces with Christchurch musician and producer Tiki Taane to bring a story of struggle and rejuvenation to Christchurch.

  • Te Waonui for week ending 17 April 2015 ( 22′ 24″ )

    20:00 The Manu Korihi news team brings you highlights of the week's Māori news including vice-chancellors say they're shocked by a big drop in the number of Māori making it into university, the freshwater rights debate continues, and a new national database is set up to help the public grow traditional Maori kai.

  • Te Manu Korihi News for 17 April 2015 ( 2′ 43″ )

    18:52 A Gisborne health provider says it's having some successes in a bid to provide healthier eating choices in the East Cape; A Christchurch-based Maori trust says it is getting interest from around the motu about its trades training programmes; A Wairarapa mayor is determined to maintain strong representation for tangata whenua with or without a supercity governance structure; The Wairoa Star newspaper, and a Ngati Kahungunu performing arts pioneer are among the 16 winners being awarded at this year's Ngati Kahungunu Maori Language Awards.

  • Te Manu Korihi News for 17 April 2015 ( 3′ 10″ )

    17:50 A Gisborne health provider says it's having some successes in a bid to provide healthier eating choices in the East Cape; A Christchurch-based Maori trust says it is getting interest from around the motu about its trades training programmes; A Wairarapa mayor is determined to maintain strong representation for tangata whenua with or without a supercity governance structure; The Wairoa Star newspaper, and a Ngati Kahungunu performing arts pioneer are among the 16 winners being awarded at this year's Ngati Kahungunu Maori Language Awards.

  • Te Manu Korihi News for 17 April 2015 ( 2′ 58″ )

    08:45 A new national database is being set up to help the public learn and grow traditional Maori kai; Lincoln University is setting up a National Maori Biosecurity Network to help protect the motu from biosecurity threats; Creative New Zealand is giving two Maori artists the chance to take part in one of the world's biggest indigenous arts events in Canada.

  • Te Manu Korihi News for 17 April 2015 ( 3′ 23″ )

    06:26 Lincoln University is setting up a National Maori Biosecurity Network to help protect the motu from biosecurity threats; A new national database is being set up to help the public learn and grow traditional Maori kai; Creative New Zealand is giving two Maori artists the chance to take part in one of the world's biggest indigenous arts events in Canada.

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

    18:46 Despite a Wairarapa iwi authority favouring the Wellington super city proposal, Maori further down the ranks are not so keen; A new trades training programme in Christchurch has been set up with the aim of increasing Maori apprenticeship participation and completion rates; A Maori tour guide based in Sydney says celebrations today to mark a milestone of Maori history in Australia also reflect the long links Maori have with the tangata whenua.

  • Te Manu Korihi News for 16 April 2015 ( 2′ 54″ )

    08:51 A lawyer representing Maori in water rights says cool heads must prevail over the freshwater rights debate, as there is currently too much rhetoric being thrown around; New research has found the North Island's Whanau Ora agency's adopted guidelines will save money because funding is allocated based specifically on people's needs; A large Maori farming corporation in Whanganui is using a marae homestead near Waiouru to train up young adults from its iwi to run all of the incorporation's farms.

  • Te Manu Korihi News for 16 April 2015 ( 3′ 22″ )

    06:28 A lawyer representing Maori in water rights says cool heads must prevail over the freshwater rights debate, as there is currently too much rhetoric being thrown around; New research has found the North Island's Whanau Ora agency's adopted guidelines will save money because funding is allocated based specifically on people's needs; A large Maori farming corporation in Whanganui is using a marae homestead near Waiouru to train up young adults from its iwi to run all of the incorporation's farms.

  • Te Manu Korihi for 15 April 2015 ( 3′ 04″ )

    18:48 A lawyer representing Maori in water rights cases says much of the blame for the controversy over freshwater rights rests on the shoulders of Local Government; The former Whanau Ora Minister, Dame Tariana Turia, says she's prepared to help the organisation get more government funding; The small East Coast community of Tolaga Bay and Te Aitanga a Hauiti plan to use its ANZAC commemorations to highlight opposition to violence in the rohe.