Te Manu Korihi

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  • Te Manu Korihi News for 24 September 2014 ( 3′ 16″ )

    08:43 A leader of a Ngai Tahu Runanga says seals are causing problems on Titi Islands, where tangata whenua go muttonbirding; Cultural property rights, the impact of mining and climate change are the issues being raised by Maori at the world's first United Nations Indigenous conference; The retiring Maori Party co-leader, Tariana Turia, is defending its relationship with National; The chief executive of the Federation of Maori Authorities says the country's economy will change thanks to leadership, which he says will be driven by wahine Maori.

  • Te Manu Korihi News for 24 September 2014 ( 3′ 28″ )

    06:27 Cultural property rights, the impact of mining and climate change are the issues being raised by Maori at the world's first United Nations Indigenous conference; A leader of a Ngai Tahu Runanga says seals are causing problems on Titi Islands, where tangata whenua go muttonbirding; The retiring Maori Party co-leader, Tariana Turia, is defending its relationship with National; The Federation of Maori Authorities says the country's economy will change thanks to leadership, which he says will be driven by wahine Maori.

  • Te Manu Korihi News for 23 September 2014 ( 3′ 26″ )

    18:49 The Waikato District Health Board's Maori health unit is urging the government to develop a national plan to help pregnant smokers quit, and would include compulsory referrals; Maori have taken part in one of the largest marches New York city has ever seen against climate change; A member of the local Marae near Stewart Island is angry a third seal has been shot on the island in recent months; The Federation of Maori Authorities says the role of Maori women in business emulates their position on Marae as leaders.

  • Call for national plan to help pregnant smokers ( 3′ 19″ )

    17:49 The Waikato District Health Board's Maori health unit is urging the government to develop a national plan directed at helping pregnant smokers quit tobacco to prevent babies from dying. Te Puna Oranga has found about half of the 400 pregnant Maori women in the district are smokers, and it's aiming to change that.

  • Te Manu Korihi News for 23 September 2014 ( 3′ 18″ )

    08:48 The new Labour MP for Tamaki Makaurau wants his constituents to thrive, and is willing to work with the Maori Party to make it happen; The Maori Party's Marama Fox is also focussed on improving the lives of tangata whenua, and will work with any party to develop policies to do that; Meanwhile, a campaigner for the winner of the Western Maori seat, Labour's Adrian Rurawhe, says she's doubtful that he will be able to bring about any changes for tangata whenua in the next few years; A new digital evaluation tool is expected to help Maori agribusinesses find out how best they can use their land for initiatives such as sheep and beef farming or harvesting Manuka honey.

  • Te Manu Korihi News for 23 September 2014 ( 3′ 12″ )

    06:27 A campaigner for the winner of the Western Maori seat, Labour's Adrian Rurawhe, says she's doubtful he will be able to bring about any change for tangata whenua in the next few years; Meanwhile, The new Labour MP for Tamaki Makaurau wants his constituents to thrive, and is willing to work with the Maori Party to make it happen; The Maori Party's Marama Fox is also focussed on improving the lives of tangata whenua, and will work with any party to develop policies to do that; A new digital evaluation tool is expected to help Maori agribusinesses find out how best they can use their land for initiatives such as sheep and beef farming or harvesting Manuka honey.

  • Te Manu Korihi News for 22 September 2014 ( 3′ 6″ )

    18:47 A campaigner for the winner of the Western Maori seat, Adrian Rurawhe, says the election was divisive for Maori causing splits within some whanau due to differences in political allegiances; The Hauraki-Waikato MP says the fact that Maori voters returned in their droves to Labour proves the majority of tangata whenua are unhappy with the National-led government; The Mana leader, Hone Harawira, plans to talk with his party and supporters before making any formal comment; The Maori Language Commission is rolling out lessons in Te Reo on buses and says the language is starting to pervade every asepct of life in Aotearoa.

  • Ratana Church celebrates member's win at the ballot box ( 3′ 22″ )

    17:52 The Rātana Church reacted with jubilation when one of its own, Adrian Rurawhe, was elected Labour MP for the Māori electorate of Te Tai Hauaauru on Saturday.

  • Te Manu Korihi News for 22 September 2014 ( 3′ 14″ )

    08:48 The new MP for the Western Maori seat of Te Tai Hauauru is critical of the Government's implementation of Whanau Ora; The Mana Party co-vice president, Annette Sykes, wants the Kingitanga to step in and help reconcile the political division within Maoridom; Hone Harawira's supporters say he's achieved so much for the North since he took the Tai Tokerau seat nine years ago; Te Tonga MP, Rino Tirikatene of the Labour Party, says housing and building better relationships with both Ngai Tahu and the wider Maori community are his main priorities as he enters his second term as an electorate MP.

  • Te Manu Korihi News for 22 September 2014 ( 3′ 16″ )

    06:27 The Mana Party co-vice president, Annette Sykes, wants the Kingitanga to step in and help reconcile the political division within Maoridom; The new MP for the Western Maori seat of Te Tai Hauauru says the Government's implementation of Whanau Ora has not proved effective; Hone Harawira's supporters say he's achieved so much for the North since he took the Tai Tokerau seat nine years ago; Te Tonga MP, Rino Tirikatene of the Labour Party, says housing and expanding his reach to Maori communities in his electorate are his main priorities - now he's in his second term as an electorate MP.

  • Te Waonui a Te Manu Korihi for 21 September 2014 ( 22′ 12″ )

    17:38 An Election Special, with the winners, losers and surprises in the Maori electorates.

  • Te Manu Korihi News for 19 September 2014 ( 3′ 34″ )

    18:57 With election night in sight, the Tai Tokerau seat is likely to be the main focus for many people. A Ngati Porou kuia, Keri Kaa, is paying tribute to her former colleague and tribal whanaunga Amster Reedy who she says was the first person to introduce the martial art of taekwondo to the rohe. One of Te Rarawa tribe's influential ancestor, Meri Te Tai Mangakahia, a women's suffrage campaigner, is being remembered as the inspiration for wahine to take on the big issues for their people. A Northland nurse who established adolescent health clinics has been awarded the New Zealand Nurse's organisation's Te Akenei Hei Maori health award.

  • Te Manu Korihi News for 19 September 2014 ( 3′ 37″ )

    17:50 With election night in sight, the Tai Tokerau seat, is likely to be the main focus for many people. A Ngati Porou teacher and mentor is being remembered as a man skilled at inspiring tangata whenua living in the city to be proud to be Maori. One of Te Rarawa's influential ancestors, Meri Te Tai Mangakahia, a women's suffrage campaigner, is being remembered as the inspiration for wahine to take on the big issues for their people.

  • Te Manu Korihi News for 19 September 2014 ( 3′ 36″ )

    08:49 The Tertiary Education Union says it's concerned that there are other motives behind the proposed closure of Victoria Univerisity's Maori Business Programme. The New Zealand Olympic Games Committee is mourning the death of its cultural adviser and kaumatua. A long time organisation which helps to empower people to achieve heath and well-being through work, culture and leisure has appointed a Maori president, and a Maori organisation name, Whakaora Ngangahau Aotearoa. The Ministry of Maori Development - Te Puni Kokiri wants tangata whenua to gain higher qualifications and gain better employment, and it's hoping scholarhips in engineering will help them to do that.

  • Te Manu Korihi News for 19 September 2014 ( 3′ 36″ )

    06:27 The New Zealand Olympic Games Committee is mourning the death of its cultural adviser and kaumatua. The Tertiary Education Union says it's concerned that there are other motives behind the proposed closure of Victoria Univerisity's Maori Business Programme. The Ministry of Maori Development - Te Puni Kokiri wants tangata whenua to gain higher qualifications and better employment, and it's hoping scholarhips in engineering could help them do that. A long time organisation which helps to empower people to achieve heath and well-being through work, culture and leisure has appointed a Maori president, and a Maori organisation name.

  • Te Manu Korihi News for 18 September 2014 ( 3′ 10″ )

    18:54 The people of Ngati Porou are mourning the death of a nationally respected cultural adviser, Amster Reedy; The Maori Business Programme at Victoria University is facing the possibility of closure; An Otago University study suggests landlords are blocking tenants, many of them Maori and Pasifika, from having healthier dryer homes.

  • Devasted possibile closure of Maori business programme - Mead ( 3′ 17″ )

    17:47 The director of the Maori Business Programme at Victoria University says she is devastated the course is facing closure. The University says it's proposing to close down the programme, due to declining enrolment numbers. From Te Manu Korihi news, Mani Dunlop, reports.

  • Te Manu Korihi News for 18 September 2014 ( 3′ 22″ )

    08:44 A kaupapa Maori drug rehabilitation programme wants money being seized from criminals to be put back into all community groups, not only government agencies; A South Island based Maori seafood company is reporting a boom in the export of mussels this season following a poor spell last year due drought conditions; A west Auckland community leader, says a newly opened Community Law Centre in west Auckland is essential because its helping tangata whenua to know their legal rights; The central plateau iwi of Ngati Rangi has a new chief executive, who's wants to grow the tribe's potential once its settlement is signed off.

  • Te Manu Korihi News for 18 September 2014 ( 3′ 47″ )

    06:27 A kaupapa Maori drug rehabilitation programme wants money being seized from criminals to be put back into all community groups, not only government agencies; A west Auckland community leader, says a newly opened Waitemata Community Law Centre in west Auckland is essential because its helping tangata whenua to know their legal rights; A South Island based Maori seafood company is reporting a boom in the export of mussels this season following a poor spell last year due drought conditions; The central plateau iwi of Ngati Rangi has a new chief executive, who wants to grow the tribe's potential once its settlement is signed off.

  • Te Manu Korihi News for 17 September 2014 ( 3′ 27″ )

    18:49 The National Party says it will trial a scheme in which iwi would control benefits paid to their rangatahi if it is re-elected into Government; The Labour leader, David Cunliffe, says his party will review Whanau Ora if it's elected as the next government so he can give the public a guarantee the policy works effectively; Labour's candidate for Te Tai Hauauru is dismissing all of the latest polls, which have been conducted in the Maori electorates because he says they're too large to be canvassed properly, and often the sample sizes are too small; Ngai Tahu Seafood says the experience its new Chief Executive has with Asia aligns perfectly with its plans to build a closer business relationship with China.

  • Iwi asked to control rangatahi benefits scheme ( 2′ 50″ )

    17:55 The National Party says it would trial a scheme in which iwi would control benefits paid to their rangatahi, if it gets back into government. But a northern tribe says it should not take on the responsibility of the Ministry of Social Development.

  • Te Manu Korihi News for 17 September 2014 ( 3′ 30″ )

    08:50 The United Sub-tribes of Ngapuhi says the Minister of Justice, Chris Finlayson, should be ashamed of himself for criticising the Waitangi Tribunal. An Auckland tribal leader is threatening legal action to stop one of the Government's new fast tracked housing developments. The Green Party says people with new-born babies will get a flax woven sleeping pod, called a wahakura, if it's voted into Government. The Māori Party has launched its Whanau Ora policy and says it wants to retain and expand the philosophy.

  • Te Manu Korihi News for 17 September 2014 ( 3′ 27″ )

    06:26 An Auckland tribal leader is threatening legal action to stop one of the Government's new fast tracked housing developments, if the council doesn't consult with mana whenua. The United Sub-tribes of Ngapuhi says the Minister of Justice, Chris Finlayson, should be ashamed of himself for criticising the Waitangi Tribunal. The Green Party says people with new-born babies will get a flax woven sleeping pod, called a wahakura, if it's voted into Government. The Maori Party has launched its new Whanau Ora policy.

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

    18:47 Maori Television has announced changes to its operations, which could result in three people losing their jobs, and the introduction of several head of department positions; Opposition to gold mining in Northland's Karangahake Gorge is growing, with 300 hundred people protesting at the site on Sunday and a public meeting planned - tonight; A preserved Maori head was transferred to Te Papa Tongarewa during a ceremony at Milwaukee Public Museum in American today; Labour leader, David Cunliffe, wants his party to win all seven Maori seats, including Te Tai Tokerau.

  • Collaboration key to iwi investment ( 2′ 38″ )

    17:49 Te Atiawa has been discussing what to do with their 87 million dollar Treaty settlement at a recent two-day conference in New Plymouth. The Taranaki iwi won't get the settlement money for a couple of years but last week they held their first investment conference. Our Taranaki reporter Robin Martin was there.

  • Te Manu Korihi News for 16 September 2014 ( 3′ 22″ )

    08:47 New Zealand First leader, Winston Peters, has responded to an accusation by the Maori Party warning that it could get rid of Maori seats if tangata whenua don't vote carefully; A southern Wairarapa Marae is confident it will gain guardianship of an ancient argillite adze found in Lake Onoke; Labour's, Maryan Street, is criticising the Minister of Maori Affairs for making new Waitangi Tribunal appointments just days out from the election, and suspects the last time it was done, was under the late Sir Robert Muldoon; The Mana Party has launched its housing policy to help low income individuals and families, to get off the street, to save for their first home, as well as improving the state of rural housing.

  • Te Manu Korihi News for 16 September 2014 ( 3′ 27″ )

    06:27 Labour's, Maryan Street, is criticising the Minister of Maori Affairs for making new Waitangi Tribunal appointments just days out from the election, and suspects the last time it was done, was under the late Sir Robert Muldoon; New Zealand First leader, Winston Peters, has responded to an accusation by the Maori Party warning that it could get rid of Maori seats if tangata whenua don't vote carefully; A southern Wairarapa Marae is confident it will gain guardianship of an ancient argillite adze found in Lake Onoke; The Mana Party has launched its housing policy to help low income individuals and families, to get off the street, to save for their first home, as well as improving the state of rural housing.

  • Te Manu Korihi News for 15 September 2014 ( 3′ 30″ )

    18:47 The united sub-tribes of Ngapuhi say they're elated with the Waitangi Tribunal's decision to hold an urgent hearing into the approval of Tuhoronuku by the Crown to lead settlement negotiations; The first hui for the Maunga Authority, which will oversee Auckland's volcanic cones, was held today; A Board of Inquiry has reaffirmed its draft decision and granted consent to change the Hamilton city's district plan to allow for a large development by Tainui Group Holdings; The Mana Party is demanding that a petition calling for Te Reo Maori in schools in the early 1970s is finally acted upon.

  • Inaugural hui for iconic Auckland land marks - Maunga ( 3′ 11″ )

    17:56 The first hui for the Authority, overseeing Auckland's volcanic cones, is being described as a historic day, which has resulted in 13 tribes pulling together to guard the future of their ancestral maunga.

  • Te Manu Korihi News for 15 September 2014 ( 3′ 51″ )

    08:45 A prison reform advocate says the Department of Corrections needs to think about tangi as being a healing process rather than a security exercise; The Maori Women's Refuge in Whangarei says more wahine are becoming confident at reporting domestic violence incidents; The Maori Party co-leader, Te Ururoa Flavell, is warning tangata whenua to vote carefully otherwise it could mean the end of Maori seats; The former chair of a Northland Maori immersion school is defending the actions of ex-Board of Trustee members and parents after two powhiri were cancelled and the school's Commissioner was stopped from entering its grounds.