Te Manu Korihi
8:49 AM.Some doctors are urging their peers to learn about rongoā Māori, a traditional healing system that's embedded in Māori cultural traditions and beliefs and becoming more popular.
9:00 PM.A weekly wrap up of Maori events and stories and this week who owns the water and an Auckland iwi become new property developers.
5:48 PM.Despite recommendations being made by the Waitangi Tribunal, New Zealand is no closer to understanding who the country's water belongs to. Mihingarangi Forbes reports
5:53 PM.An Auckland iwi has become new property developers in one of the city's biggest and newest housing developments.
9:05 PM.A weekly wrap up of Maori events and stories of the week, the NZ Maori Council have a new chairperson and Maori want mainstream doctors to collaborate more with traditional rongoa Maori healers to give patients the best possible healthcare.
6:11 PM.Maori want mainstream doctors to collaborate more with traditional rongoa Maori healers to give patients the best possible healthcare. Laura Bootham reports.
8:36 AM.The Public Health Association says it's time to change the conversation about Maori health outcomes.
9:00 PM.Our Maori news team with the a weekly wrap up of Maori events and stories of the week which include the Ture Whenua Maori Bill being introduce into parliament and the Reo Maori Bill has been made law.
6:22 PM.The Maori Development Minister, Te Ururoa Flavell, will push ahead with his controversial proposals to change the way Maori land is handled.
9:00 PM.Our Māori news team has as Easter special this week.
6:25 PM.A new report is pushing for the Northland based Iwi to change the way it's negotiating.
9:00 PM.Now time for a round-up of the Maori news for the week with our Te Manu Korihi team.
9:00 PM.Welcome to the Easter special from our Maori news team who look at Maori religions.
9:00 PM.Our Maori news team, wrap up events and stories of the week which include a Hawke's Bay whanau who had 65 taonga stolen while the items were supposedly safe in a bank vault want answers and Waikato Tainui is seeking a judicial review to stop Solid Energy selling land the iwi says is subject to right of first refusal.
9:00 PM.Our Maori news team, wrap up events and stories of the week which include an ancient taiaha which was being sold on Trade Me caused concern and now has been removed and Iwi say people should have to consult with them about where they scatter ashes of the dead.
9:00 PM.Coming up just after 5-30, Our Maori news team, Te Manu Korihi, pays tribute to Maori academic Dr Ranginui Walker who died on Monday aged 83.
8:26 AM.Thousands have already been but more are expected at Orakei Marae to pay their respects to Maori academic and leader Ranginui Walker.
6:27 PM.Dr Ranginui Walker is now lying in state at Orakei Marae in Auckland, after being escorted onto the marae by iwi, friends and colleagues.
5:37 PM.More than a thousand mourners have gathered at Auckland's Orakei Marae to farewell Dr Ranginui Walker, who passed away on Monday. Mihingarangi Forbes reports.
9:00 PM.A round-up of the Māori news for the week with our Te Manu Korihi team.
7:55 AM.A painting of three Taranaki kuia with facial moko, wearing traditional cloaks, has won the prestigious Adam Portraiture Award.
9:00 PM.Local hapu are calling foul after being left out of the council process which awarded a Taranaki property developer the right to name his subdivision after members of his family and Co-leader of the Green Party, Metiria Turei, took 4 weeks sabbatical leave from her parliamentary duties to learn Te Reo Maori.
8:47 AM.Protesters hope a demonstration in the home town of the Maori Development Minister will send him a clear message to look again at plans to change Maori land laws.
5:30 PM.Te Manu Korihi, brings you highlights of the weeks' Maori news.
7:55 AM.Hundreds turned out in Palmerston North at the weekend for the launch of the first Maori Science Academy.
9:00 PM.Whanganui iwi have laid to rest bones of their tupuna, kept in storage for over 100 years, and the Maori Party is alarmed the Prime Minister is not ruling out ditching promises he made to the party, in exchange for its support for Resource Management Act changes.
8:49 AM.The largest exhibition of Ngapuhi artworks are on display in Kaikohe ahead of the tribe's annual festival.
8:39 AM.The Tamaki Herenga Waka Festival is expected to attract thousands of people who will also be able to paddle or sail one of the many traditional Maori waka.
6:19 PM.Ratana church followers are celebrating the official birthday of their prophet who was born 143 years ago today.
7:00 PM.Te Manu Korihi, brings you highlights of the weeks' Maori news.