Te Manu Korihi

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  • Te Manu Korihi News for 24 July 2014 ( 3′ 14″ )

    08:50 A Moriori conservationist is planning to seek world heritage status for a park on the Chatham Island; The editor of a newspaper which published a cartoon currently in front of the Human Rights Review Tribunal says print media sometimes publish provocative material, to spark valuable public debate; A working group is calling for feedback from Waikato-Tainui descendants about options to make sure it's tribal organisations work; The Minister of Maori Affairs Dr Pita Sharples is confident the new Maori language governance entity, Te Matawai, will reflect all of the main tribal dialects.

  • Te Manu Korihi News for 24 July 2014 ( 3′ 19″ )

    06:28 The editor of a newspaper which published a cartoon currently in front of the Human Rights Review Tribunal says print media sometimes publish provocative material, to spark valuable public debate; A Moriori conservationist is planning to seek world heritage status for a park on the Chatham Islands; The Minister of Maori Affairs Dr Pita Sharples says he's confident the new Maori language governance entity, Te Matawai, will reflect all of the main tribal dialects; A working group is calling for feedback from Waikato-Tainui descendants about options to make sure it's tribal organisations work.

  • Te Manu Korihi News for 23 July 2014 ( 3′ 11″ )

    18:53 The editor of a newspaper which published a cartoon currently in front of the Human Rights Review Tribunal, has accepted it caused offence, but defends its publication; The chair of a Rangitikei iwi is hoping its new partnership with Lincoln University could result in iwi members gaining doctorates in the agriculture field; A Maori language expert says learning Te Reo is a political statement for some Maori and a way of showing they still exist; The Maori names Nikau and Aria have been announced as 2013's most popular ingoa Maori for a baby boy and a girl.

  • Māori language claimed to be a political motivator ( 2′ 49″ )

    17:49 A Māori language expert says learning te reo is a political statement for some tangata whenua as well as a way of showing their intention to keep the language alive.

  • Te Manu Korihi News for 23 July 2014 ( 3′ 21″ )

    08:54 Metservice is signalling it will add the letter 'h' to Whanganui on its weather maps. A Moriori leader believes funding for a new museum on the Chathams would be better spent saving the last remaining sacred trees that have ancient Moriori carvings on them from further decimation. The tribal and charitable arms of Ngati Porou have reached an agreement with Contact Energy that they hope will help pay the power bills for 50 marae. A lower North Island tribe and Lincoln University have partnered up to help develop iwi members' skills for primary industries.

  • Te Manu Korihi News for 23 July 2014 ( 3′ 28″ )

    06:28 The Maori Language Commission is calling on the MetService to start using the correct spelling of Whanganui. A Moriori leader believes funding for a new museum on the Chathams would be better spent saving the last remaining sacred trees that have ancient Moriori carvings on them from further decimation. The tribal and charitable arms of Ngati Porou have reached an agreement with Contact Energy that they hope will help pay the power bills for 50 marae.

  • Te Manu Korihi News for 22 July 2014 ( 2′ 50″ )

    18:47 A former Maori Affairs Minister believes the Kim Dotcom-backed political party - Internet-Mana - could encourage first-time rangatahi Maori voters to sign up for this year's general election; A research project is investigating how to protect the rights of Maori, in relation to whether human tissue samples are allowed to be used either in New Zealand or by country overseas; A veteran Maori broadcaster says he no longer feels the hostility he once did towards Te Reo Maori.

  • Teachers at top of Labour's Te Reo strategy ( 3′ 4″ )

    17:51 The Labour party says it will focus on increasing the number of Te Reo speaking teachers, as part of its language policy. Te Reo is a big political matter for some candidates - with some saying the language is one of their main campaign issues.

  • Te Manu Korihi News for 22 July 2014 ( 3′ 27″ )

    08:45 Iwi have told researchers they want Maori protocols incorporated into how human tissue from tangata whenua is taken and used for treatments such as diabetes and gout; The former Maori Affairs Minister, Dover Samuels, doubts Te Reo Rangatira will encourage non-Maori voters to register for the upcoming general election; The Maori arm of the National Network for Stopping Violence is praising a new report proposing Maori agencies become part of an integrated approach to combating domestic violence; People driving into Te Kuiti this week will be greeted with new road signs.

  • Te Manu Korihi News for 22 July 2104 ( 3′ 33″ )

    06:27 Some Maori language advocates are predicting Te Reo Rangatira could empower non-Maori voters to register for the general election, a claim the former Maori Affairs Minister, Dover Samuels, doubts will happen; Iwi have told researchers they want Maori protocols incorporated into how human tissue from tangata whenua is taken and used for treatments such as diabetes and gout; The Maori arm of the National Network for Stopping Violence is praising a new report proposing Maori agencies become part of an integrated approach to combating domestic violence; People driving into Te Kuiti this week will be greeted with new road signs.

  • Te Manu Korihi News for 21 July 2014 ( 3′ 16″ )

    18:51 A Human Rights Review Tribunal has heard that two Fairfax newspaper cartoons are racist representations of Maori and Pacific people and are insulting and ignorant; The former director of the Glenn Inquiry says Maori are especially disadvantaged by the current piecemeal approach to dealing with domestic or child abuse; The Maori Language Commission says Te Reo lessons should be compulsory in primary schools; Researchers say their study into hearing loss should prompt health officials to address how Maori children are treated.

  • Te Manu Korihi News for 21 July 2014 ( 3′ 31″ )

    08:49 The Labour Party wants all New Zealanders to be given the option to learn Maori, as part of its Te Reo Rangatira policy; The Maori Party's Te Tai Hauauru candidate, Chris McKenzie, doubts the appointment of 12 Maori police inspectors will stamp out racism within the force; The civil defence Minister is supporting Northland iwi in their plans to talk about Marae being used as hubs in an emergency; The Tuhoe Treaty settlement has sparked a new relationship between the tribe and hunters.

  • Te Manu Korihi News for 21 July 2014 ( 3′ 25″ )

    06:27 The Labour Party wants all New Zealanders to be given the option to learn Maori, as part of its Te Reo Rangatira policy; The Maori Party's Te Tai Hauauru candidate, Chris McKenzie, doubts the appointment of 12 Maori police inspectors will stamp out racism within the force; The Tuhoe Treaty settlement has sparked a new relationship between the tribe and hunters; The civil defence Minister is supporting Northland iwi in their plans to talk about Marae being used as hubs in an emergency.

  • Te Waonui a Te Manu Korihi for 20 July 2014 ( 21′ 11″ )

    20:00 Te Waonui presents highlights of the Maori news of the week produced by the Manu Korihi team. On the show this week: Police leadership is getting a shake-up, with plans to appoint a dozen new Maori inspectors; but meanwhile, The Maori Party has accused the police of incompetence and racism towards tangata whenua, after two officers woke 25 children at a Statford Marae at 2 o'clock in the morning; The Maori Council is considering asking for a hearing into the funding of the Waitangi Tribunal, which is struggling to operate due to a lack of money; The future of Te Reo Rangatira is one of the main issues for some Maori political candidates on their campaign trails.

  • Te Manu Korihi News for 18 July 2014 ( 3′ 17″ )

    18:52 The Waitangi Tribunal has found the Crown failed to protect Maori rights over the Otaiti reef, during a consent bid to leave the Rena wreckage where it is; The Maori Council says government plans to rejuvenate Te Reo will alienate urban Maori from their language; The Mana Party leader says he's bitterly disappointed with the Government's response to whanau Maori who have been affected by the Northland Floods; More than 60-percent of submissions are against an application to mine the seabed near, Rekohu - the Chatham Islands.

  • Te Manu Korihi News for 18 July 2014 ( 3′ 26″ )

    17:54 The Waitangi Tribunal has found the Crown failed to protect Maori rights over the Otaiti reef, during a consent bid to leave the Rena wreckage where it is; The Mana Party leader says he's bitterly disappointed with the Government's response to whanau Maori who have been affected by the Northland Floods; More than 60-percent of submissions are against an application to mine the seabed near, Rekohu - the Chatham Islands; The Maori Language Commission is calling on social media users to swamp twitter with messages in Te Reo Rangatira.

  • Te Manu Korihi News for 18 July 2014 ( 2′ 20″ )

    08:55 Research shows permanent hearing loss is twice as prevalent among young Maori than Pakeha, but there's no firm evidence to suggest why; The Maori Party's accusing the police of incompetence and racism towards Maori, after waking sleeping children at a Statford Marae at 2 o'clock in the morning; The head of Maori policing says they've missed their tangata whenua recruitment target, but the goal is still in sight.

  • Te Manu Korihi News for 18 July 2014 ( 2′ 22″ )

    06:28 The Maori Party's accusing the police of incompetence and racism towards Maori, after waking sleeping children at a Statford Marae at 2 o'clock in the morning; Research shows permanent hearing loss is twice as prevalent among young Maori than Pakeha, but there's no firm evidence to suggest why; The head of Maori policing says they've missed their tangata whenua recruitment target, but the goal is still in sight; More than 60-percent of submissions are against an application to mine the seabed near, Rekohu - the Chatham Islands.

  • Te Manu Korihi News for 17 July 2014 ( 2′ 50″ )

    18:55 New Zealand's largest forensic mental health unit says patients who take part in its kaupapa Maori progammes show low rates of reoffending; A Stratford Marae is making it clear it will not tolerate anyone including the police disrespecting its Marae protocol; The Asthma foundation says it's disappointed the Ministry of Health isn't jumping on board with rewriting asthma treatment guidelines.

  • Te Manu Korihi News for 17 July 2014 ( 2′ 18″ )

    17:58 With police being accused of going onto a Stratford Marae uninvited and scaring children on a sleepover , Te Manu Korihi reporter Rosemary Rangitauira talks about the protocol in these situations.

  • Te Manu Korihi News for 17 July 2014 ( 3′ 10″ )

    08:48 Police leadership is getting a shake-up, with plans to appoint a dozen new Maori inspectors. An upcoming hui for Te Tai Tokerau iwi chairs hopes to explore, which Marae in their rohe could be used as civil defence hubs in the future. The Ministry of Education says there are about twenty five percent of Maori Medium kura which are connected to free internet as part of a project to have fast broadband in schools across the country. A Maori development academic says New Zealand has entered an extraordinary time with more and more politicians campaigning about Te Reo Rangatira.

  • Te Manu Korihi News for 17 July 2014 ( 3′ 26″ )

    06:27 Police leadership is getting a shake-up, with plans to appoint a dozen new Maori inspectors. The senior officers will work alongside district commanders to ensure they meet targets to cut prosecution rates for Maori. Members of a Palmerston North tribe are demanding to see the results of how people voted over the setting up of a body that would handle an urban authority's Treaty settlement. A Maori development academic says New Zealand has entered an extraordinary time with more and more politicians campaigning about Te Reo Rangatira. An upcoming hui for Te Tai Tokerau iwi chairs hopes to explore, which Marae in their rohe could be used as civil defence hubs in the future.

  • Te Manu Korihi News for 16 July 2014 ( 3′ 23″ )

    18:52 The body of a Maori man who was killed in Opotiki had been taken to Rangipo Prison today so his father could farewell him; Te Tai Tokerau iwi chairs have started talking about developing a collaborative civil defence plan to help their Northland people in future; The latest candidate to stand for the Waiariki electorate has ambitions to become Prime Minister; Waikato-Tainui is adding its voice to the controversial debate over the government's proposed Maori language entity.

  • Te Manu Korihi News for 16 July 2014 ( 3′ 21″ )

    17:47 The latest candidate to stand for the Waiariki electorate says he will further split the vote for the seat.

  • Te Manu Korihi News for 16 July 2014 ( 3′ 12″ )

    09:51 The hole in the Maori dental workforce is starting to be filled. The Ministry of Health is reporting an increase in the number of applications for Hauora Maori Scholarships to study at the country's only school of dentistry, run by the University of Otago. The country's largest bee product manufacturer, Comvita, is keen to help a coalition developing a Maori driven Manuka honey industry. A Hamilton-based health provider bidding to establish a charter school is rejecting a claim that kura hourua set Maori up to fail. The national association of kura kaupapa Maori says total immersion schools are set to expand their use of digital technology.

  • Te Manu Korihi News for 16 July 2014 ( 3′ 32″ )

    06:27 A Hamilton-based health provider bidding to establish a charter school is rejecting a claim that kura hourua set Maori up to fail. The national association of kura kaupapa Maori says total immersion schools are set to expand their use of digital technology. The hole in the Maori dental workforce is starting to be filled. The Ministry of Health is reporting an increase in the number of applications for Hauora Maori Scholarships to study at the country's only school of dentistry, run by the University of Otago. The country's largest bee product manufacturer, Comvita, is keen to help a coalition developing a Maori driven Manuka honey industry. The Miere Coalition is aiming to set up a Maori sector within 12-months.

  • Te Manu Korihi News for 15 July 2014 ( 3′ 20″ )

    18:46 A coalition is aiming to develop a Maori driven Manuka honey industry within 12-months. The Maori Council is considering asking for a hearing into the funding of the Waitangi Tribunal. A former kura kaupapa teacher says digital technology is not being used enough in Maori total immersion schools. The Ministry of Education says health professionals already have enough access to resources to help treat asthma.

  • Te Manu Korihi News for 15 July 2014 ( 3′ 34″ )

    17:54 The Maori Council is considering asking for a hearing into the funding of the Waitangi Tribunal.

  • Te Manu Korihi News for 15 July 2014 ( 3′ 32″ )

    08:49 An education expert from Chile says charter schools will not set Maori up to succeed. A coalition wants to build a Manuka honey industry driven by Maori with the aim of increasing employment for rural tangata whenua on tribal land where Manuka trees grow. A Taranaki Maori land owner of an award-winning farm wants tribal descendants to know about the land's history, not just its success. Manukau Inistitute of Technology's performing arts student will, for the first time, perform at an inner city Auckland theatre tonight for the first time.

  • Te Manu Korihi News for 15 July 2014 ( 3′ 47″ )

    06:27 An education expert from Chile says charter schools disadvantage Maori and do not provide them with a good education. A coalition is developing a Maori driven Manuka honey industry so it can increase employment for rural tangata whenua on tribal land where Manuka trees grow. A Taranaki Maori land owner of an award-winning farm wants tribal descendants to know about the land's history, not just its success. Manukau Inistitute of Technology's performing arts student will, for the first time, perform at an inner city Auckland theatre tonight.