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Te Manu Korihi News for 28 May 2015

18:47 Relationships Aotearoa says the suddenness of its closure is causing confusion for whanau from Kaitaia to Gisborne. A leading Maori trade unionist wants Maori-owned companies to support the lower paid more because those workers are predominantly Maori. The Geographic Board is seeking public feedback on changing the names of geographic and undersea features around the country.

Maori hit by the shake up in counselling services

17:52 The government's move to pull the funding plug on the country's biggest and oldest counselling service is causing confusion for whanau from Kaitaia to Gisborne.

Te Manu Korihi News for 28 May 2015

08:49 The Raukura Waikato Social Services Trust has suffered another blow from government agencies following its suspension yesterday by the Ministry of Social Development; The Whānau Ora iwi leaders group is accusing government departments of not placing enough value on Māori expertise; Whangarei has turned on cold weather - but a heartwarming pōwhiri for the two young teams it's hosting for the FIFA under-20 World Cup.

Te Manu Korihi News for 28 May 2015

06:27 The Whānau Ora iwi leaders group is accusing government departments of not placing enough value on Māori expertise; The Raukura Waikato Social Services Trust has suffered another blow from government agencies following its suspension yesterday by the Ministry of Social Development; Whangarei has turned on cold weather - but a heartwarming powhiri for the two young teams it's hosting for the FIFA under-20 World Cup.

Te Manu Korihi News for 27 May 2015

18:50 More Maori are reaching out for help to deal with the consequences of quick-cash loans, mounting bills and rising rents; A Maori Women's Refuge spokesperson says the demise of Relationships Aotearoa will not necessarily hurt Maori whanau; The QE11 National Trust, Nga Kairauhi Papa, is today celebrating the registration of its four-thousandth covenant.

More Maori in need of budget help

17:53 More Maori are reaching out for help to deal with the consequences of quick-cash loans, mounting bills and rising rents.

Te Manu Korihi News for 27 May 2015

08:48 The Labour party says a new partnership between Te Arawa and the Rotorua District Council will act as a blueprint for other rohe to adopt; The head of the Huntly-based Waahi Whaanui Trust says it's concerned for the clients and staff of another Waikato-based trust suspended by the Ministry of Social Development; The Northland MP Winston Peters says the steam-roller approach to Treaty settlements is not working for Ngapuhi and the Government should step back and take a breather; Nine Far North families who've been desperate for housing will move into their first homes in July.

Te Manu Korihi News for 27 May 2015

06:28 The Northland MP Winston Peters says the steam-roller approach to Treaty settlements is not working for Ngapuhi and the Government should step back and take a breather; The head of the Huntly-based Waahi Whaanui Trust is expressing concern for the clients and staff of another Waikato-based trust suspended by the Ministry of Social Development; The Labour party says a new partnership between Te Arawa and the Rotorua District Council will act as a blueprint for other rohe to adopt; Nine Far North families who've been desperate for housing will move into their first homes in July.

Te Manu Korihi News for 26 May 2015

18:45 The Tai Tokerau Maori Council is set to enter the fray, over the Ngapuhi Treaty settlement; The mayor of Rotorua says a new partnership model with Te Arawa will ensure Maori are heard at the council table; A Waikato-based Maori social service agency has had its contracts suspended with the Ministry of Social Development.

Te Manu Korihi News for 26 May 2015

08:45 A Tauranga historian is backing one of Māoridom's leaders in calling for a commemorative day to recognise the battles that helped shape Aotearoa; The head of a Māori health provider says the Government needs to place more emphasis on building stronger families; The Chinese owners of the Carrington resort in Northland have agreed to protect a burial cave that Ngāti Kahu has been to court over; One of the country's first Māori general surgeons says he hopes his success has encouraged young Māori to see that it's possible to get into medical school.

Te Manu Korihi News for 26 May 2015

06:26 A Tauranga historian is backing one of Māoridom's leaders in calling for a commemorative day to recognise the battles that helped shape Aotearoa; The head of a Māori health provider says the Government needs to place more emphasis on building stronger families; The Chinese owners of the Carrington resort in Northland have agreed to protect a burial cave that Ngāti Kahu has been to court over; One of the country's first Māori general surgeons says he hopes his success has encouraged young Māori to see that it's possible to get into medical school.

Te Manu Korihi News for 25 May 2015

18:48 Some bach owners in west Auckland say a 'gun is been held to their heads' because of a piece of Treaty of Waitangi legislation; A Far North housing provider says tax breaks given to some families in the Budget could knock them off the list for a state house; A group of New Zealand health experts is urging the Government to introduce a tax on fizzy drinks and adopt other strategies to help combat obesity in Māori children and rangatahi (young people).

Legislation is same as holding 'gun to their head'

17:52 Some bach owners in west Auckland say a 'gun is been held to their heads' because of a piece of Treaty of Waitangi legislation. They've been given until the end of this week to sign up to limited legal access to their holiday homes - or lose their guaranteed rights of way all together. From Te Manu Korihi, Andrew McRae reports.

Te Manu Korihi News for 25 May 2015

08:50 A Northland group who opposes an agreement between the Crown and Ngāpuhi says it will continue stand against it right to the bitter end; Several holiday home owners say Treaty settlements are taking away their legitimate private rights; A Northland iwi station that was razed in a blaze last week has risen from the ashes; An alliance between a Waikato trade academy and schools in the rohe is proving fruitful for rangatahi with more gaining qualifications than they did in the traditional school system.

Te Manu Korihi News for 25 May 2015

06:29 A Northland group who opposes an agreement between the Crown and Ngāpuhi says it will continue stand against it right to the bitter end; Several holiday home owners say Treaty settlements are taking away their legitimate private rights; An alliance between a Waikato trade academy and schools in the rohe is proving fruitful for rangatahi with more gaining qualifications than they did in the traditional school system.

Te Waonui for week ending 22 May

20:00 The Manu Korihi news team brings you highlights of the weeks' Maori news, including analysis of the Budget, a Far North delegation confronts a Norwegian oil company, and coffee, kai and Te Reo Māori pull in the punters at a Wellington café.

Te Manu Korihi News for 22 May 2015

18:50 A signing between the Crown and Northland's Ngapuhi iwi has drawn outrage from a major group who opposes the agreement; The Maori Party is praising the Government's decision to inject 35-million dollars into helping Maori improve their housing conditions; In other Budget news, some health funding has come in for criticism; Having a coffee, kai and korero in Te Reo Maori are proving popular at a Wellington cafe where the language is being served up by its staff.

Te Manu Korihi News for 22 May 2015

17:50 The Crown and the country's largest iwi are just one step away from settling its Treaty of Waitangi claims; A leading Maori health researcher says the Government has missed a chance to cut smoking rates by raising the tax on tobacco in the Budget; and funding to help Māori improve their housing conditions was also in the Budget; Having a coffee, kai and kōrero in Te Reo Māori are proving popular at a Wellington cafe where the language is being served up by its staff.

Te Manu Korihi News for 22 May 2015

08:44 The Māori Party says a 790-million-dollar boost to a hardship fund will go a long way to help whanau with children in need. An agency that deals with those working at the coalface of poverty, The Salvation Army, is critical of the reduced time that sole parents have with their young children. Māori are preparing to of the remains of a Tanui child, after they were taken from their burial site and moved overseas more than a century ago.

Te Manu Korihi News for 22 May 2015

06:26 The Māori Party says a 790-million-dollar boost to a hardship fund will go a long way to help whanau with children in need. An agency that deals with those working at the coalface of poverty, The Salvation Army, is critical of some of the Government's efforts to reduce the problem. The remains of a child of Tanui descent will finally be returned home, after they were taken from their burial site and moved overseas more than a century ago.

Te Manu Korihi News for 21 May 2015

18:48 The Māori Party is praising the Government for making some progress in addressing the outstanding issue of poverty among Māori, hear more to our budget coverage.

Maori academics push for Maori engagement in tissue research

17:52 A group of Māori intellectuals are calling on tangata whenua to become more open to transplants and supplying human tissue to improve their health.

Te Manu Korihi News for 21 May 2015

08:48 The Whanau Ora Iwi Leaders Group chairs is accusing the Government of appearing to exclude Maori from an expert panel set up to review Child, Youth and Family; The Aids Foundation is calling on more homosexually active Maori men to get tested for the human immunodeficiency virus epidemic, or HIV; The film maker Chelsea Winstanley has been announced as the winner of a prestigious award for her outstanding contribution to the art form; The artist behind the innovative font being used in the '100% Pure New Zealand' campaign is confident tangata whenua will give their seal of approval.

Te Manu Korihi News for 21 May 2015

06:26 The Whanau Ora Iwi Leaders Group chairs is accusing the Government of appearing to exclude Maori from an expert panel set up to review Child, Youth and Family; The Aids Foundation is running a campaign to get more homosexually active Maori men to get tested for the human immunodeficiency virus epidemic, or HIV; The film maker Chelsea Winstanley has been announced as the winner of a prestigious award for her outstanding contribution to the art form; The artist behind the innovative font being used in the '100% Pure New Zealand' campaign is confident tangata whenua will give their seal of approval.

Te Manu Korihi News for 20 May 2015

18:47 A Wellington mana whenua leader says tribal boundaries have not been adequately considered in the proposal for a supercity council; For the first time ever, Mâori-influenced lettering is being used in Tourism New Zealand's campaign to attract international visitors; The Ministry of Education is rejecting claims by a Gisborne kura that their funding has been slashed by nearly 40-thousand dollars.

Tribal boundaries not considered in Wellington supercity plan

17:52 A Wellington mana whenua leader says a proposal for a supercity council does not adequately factor in tribal boundaries.

Te Manu Korihi News for 20 May 2015

08:55 The Human Rights Commission is praising the police for its 'Turning the Tide' strategy which seeks to bring down the over-representation of Maori in the justice system; The One-hundred Percent Pure New Zealand tourism campaign has been given a revamp and emerged with stronger Maori cultural elements; A new Maori business masters programme set to launch in 2017 hopes to bering Maori values into the corporate world; Indigenous Inuit fur hunters from Greenland are on their way to the European Parliament in Belgium to convince lawmakers to end a general ban on seal products that was introduced in 2010.

Te Manu Korihi News for 20 May 2015

06:27 The Human Rights Commission is praising the police for its 'Turning the Tide' strategy which seeks to bring down the over-representation of Maori in the justice system; Indigenous Inuit fur hunters from Greenland are on their way to the European Parliament in Belgium to convince lawmakers to end a general ban on seal products that was introduced in 2010; The One-hundred Percent Pure New Zealand tourism campaign has been given a revamp and emerged with stronger Maori cultural elements.

Te Manu Korihi News for 19 May 2015

18:46 A Gisborne kura says the Government's slashed nearly 40-thousand dollars of desperately needed funding from its budget due to an incorrect decile rating; Norway's biggest oil giant will be told to 'ship out' of New Zealand's Te Reinga Basin at its annual general meeting tonight; More than a million dollars worth of broadcasting equipment and buildings have gone up in smoke at a Northland iwi radio station.

Te Manu Korihi News for 19 May 2015

08:53 Auckland's Maunga Authority says iwi are making progress in protecting their taonga - the city's tihi - after receiving a large funding boost; A Maori internet working group, Nga Pu Waea, says it will be urging the Government to be more strategic about rolling out fibre optic broadband to marae in rural areas; More than one hundred marae in Hawkes Bay and Wairarapa are to be renovated to cope with the thousands of manuhiri expected at the next Te Matatini kapa haka festival; The world of business is set to change when a new Maori business development masters programme is taken up by universities nation-wide in 2017.

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