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Te Manu Korihi News for Monday 6 July 2015

8:46 AM. A leader of the Te Kotahitanga o Nga Hapu Ngapuhi says Sonny Tau has no choice but to step down from all his responsibilities, now that charges have been laid against him; And a conservation organisation says it was almost inevitable that charges would be laid against Ngapuhi leader Sonny Tau, after he was caught taking kereru from the South Island; Any move to allow advertising for junk food on Maori Television has been roundly condemned by a leading academic; Financial help is being offered to Whanganui residents affected by the devastating floods that hit the region last month.

Te Manu Korihi News for Monday 6 July 2015

6:27 AM. A leader of the Te Kotahitanga o Nga Hapu Ngapuhi says Sonny Tau has no choice but to step down from all his responsibilities, now that charges have been laid against him; And a conservation organisation says it was almost inevitable that charges would be laid against Ngapuhi leader Sonny Tau, after he was caught taking kereru from the South Island; Any move to allow advertising for junk food on Maori Television has been roundly condemned by a leading academic; Financial help is being offered to Whanganui residents affected by the devastating floods that hit the region last month.

Te Waonui For Week Ending 3 July

8:00 PM. the Manu Korihi news team brings you highlights of the weeks' Maori news, including: Maori tourism warned to plan ahead; It's a lifetime of learning for Waikato-Tainui; and the traditional Maori ball-game of Ki-O Rahi gets a global boost.

Te Manu Korihi News for 3 July 2015

6:53 PM. Māori MPs have responded with disappointment to the Department of Conservation confirming it's laying charges against Ngapuhi leader Sonny Tau for alledgedly poaching an endangered speicies, the native pigeon; At least ten groups from iwi around the country have asked to join a Waitangi Tribunal claim challenging the New Zealand's involvement in the Trans Pacific Partnership agreement; A special ceremony is being held in Wellington to commemorate one-hundred years since the first Maori contingent of soldiers landed in Gallipoli to serve in the First World War.

Reaction to pigeon pouching charges

5:50 PM. Māori have responded with disappointment to the Department of Conservation confirming it's laying charges against Ngapuhi leader Sonny Tau for alledgedly poaching an endangered speicies, the native pigeon.

Te Manu Korihi News for 3 July 2015

8:46 AM. The leader of the Mana Movement says the controversy over Ngapuhi leader Sonny Tau has caused deep divisions within northern Maori; A leading health expert working to reduce obesity levels among Maori is renewing a call for a tax on fizzy drinks; A South Waikato trust says it will eventually rebuild its dilapidated community marae, but not until thousands of dollars in rates arrears are paid; Massey University is celebrating the importance of Te Reo by extending its Māori Language Week activities for the entire month of July.

Te Manu Korihi News for 3 July 2015

6:26 AM. A leading health expert working to reduce obesity levels among Maori is renewing a call for a tax on fizzy drinks; The leader of the Mana Movement says the controversy over Ngapuhi leader Sonny Tau has caused deep divisions within northern Maori; Massey University is celebrating the importance of Te Reo by extending its Maori Language Week activities for the entire month of July; A South Waikato trust says it will eventually rebuild its dilapidated community marae, but not until thousands of dollars in rates arrears are paid.

Te Manu Korihi News for 2 July 2015

6:45 PM. The organisation that promotes Māori tourism is warning operators they need to up their game to cope with the increasing influx of overseas visitors; The Māori Language Commission has appointed a new head to lead the organisation following the sudden death of its previous chair, Erima Henare; Waikato-Tainui has launched an education plan for the tribe that spans the next 30 years.

Māori tourism operators encouraged to market their products

5:56 PM. The organisation that promotes Māori tourism is warning operators they need to up their game to cope with the growing influx of overseas visitors.

Te Manu Korihi News for 2 July 2015

8:48 AM. A Whanganui River tourism attraction will be out of operation for the next three months after being badly damaged by the recent floods; A leading researcher into obesity says a new study identifying the increasing amount and variety of food in New Zealand is likely to affect Māori and Pacific people more than other groups because of the social importance placed on food; A wananga to provide services and help for homeless people in Auckland is being trialled in the city over the next two days.

Te Manu Korihi News for 2 July 2015

6:27 AM. A Whanganui River tourism attraction will be out of operation for the next three months after being badly damaged by the recent floods; A leading researcher into obesity says a new study identifying the increasing amount and variety of food in New Zealand is likely to affect Māori and Pacific people more than other groups because of the social importance placed on food; A wananga to provide services and help for homeless people in Auckland is being trialled in the city over the next two days.

Te Manu Korihi News for 1 July 2015

6:45 PM. The Ngapuhi tribal council is standing by its man Sonny Tau, despite the leader stepping down from the chair of the iwi's treaty negotiation board; More than 50 flood-stricken whanau in Whanganui have been given assistance by a Maori health organisation and three iwi since an emergency flood relief fund was set up a week ago; The Maori Party is welcoming free doctors visitors for tamariki under the age of 13.

Te Manu Korihi News for 1 July 2015

5:52 PM. The Ngapuhi tribal council is standing by its man Sonny Tau, despite the leader stepping down from the chair of the iwi's treaty negotiation board. Mr Tau is being investigated by the Department of Conservation after he was caught with five dead native pigeons as he was about to leave Invercargill. Te Manu Korihi's Laura Bootham reports.

Te Manu Korihi News for 1 July 2015

8:46 AM. An independent conservation body says Ngapuhi leader Sonny Tau failed to take the appropriate steps before trying to take kereru from the South Island; The Whangarei mayor Sheryl Mai says a new Māori cultural centre planned for Whangarei will be a major asset to the city; Members of an environmental programme are encouraging tangata whenua, marae and businesses to go "plastic free" for the month.

Te Manu Korihi News for 1 July 2015

6:26 AM. An independent conservation body says Ngapuhi leader Sonny Tau failed to take the appropriate steps before trying to take kereru from the South Island; The Whangarei mayor Sheryl Mai says a new Māori cultural centre planned for Whangarei will be a major asset to the city; Members of an environmental programme are encouraging tangata whenua, marae and businesses to go "plastic free" for the month.

Te Manu Korihi News for 30 June 2015

6:47 PM. Two Maori MPs with iwi affiliations to Ngapuhi now want the former chairman of Tuhoronuku to step down from other leadership roles; Two Maori Television staff members are expected to arrive back in Aotearoa tomorrow after the ship they were on was seized by the Israeli Navy in the Mediterranean Sea; Central North Island iwi, Ngati Tuwharetoa, has today taken ownership of Crown land valued at just under 53-million dollars; A meeting will be held tonight to decide the fate of a marae in Tokoroa in South Waikato that is in a state of disrepair after not being used for a number of years.

Te Manu Korihi News for 30 June 2015

5:52 PM. The announcement that Ngapuhi leader Sonny Tau has stepped aside as chairman of the board that's leading his iwi's treaty negotiations has been praised by two Maori MPs and put more pressure on the embattled rangatira.

Te Manu Korihi News for 30 June 2015

8:44 AM. The New Zealand Climate and Health Council is urging the Government to take urgent action against climate change to improve the health of Māori; Ngāti Tūwharetoa will today finalise the purchase of 8,500 hectares of Crown land in the central North Island; A violence prevention counsellor says Māori need to trust support services more to ensure they get the help they need; A Waikato University professor says not all iwi are looking at the same star clusters that signal the start of Matariki, the Māori new year.

Te Manu Korihi News for 30 June 2015

6:27 AM. The New Zealand Climate and Health Council is urging the Government to take urgent action against climate change to improve the health of Māori; Ngāti Tūwharetoa will today finalise the purchase of 8,500 hectares of Crown land in the central North Island; A violence prevention counsellor says Māori need to trust support services more to ensure they get the help they need; A Waikato University professor says not all iwi are looking at the same star clusters that signal the start of Matariki, the Māori new year.

Te Manu Korihi News for 29 June 2015

6:52 PM. More Maori have been appointed to conservation boards in an effort to better represent iwi and hapu; the traditional Maori ball-game of Ki-O Rahi has had a global publicity boost this week after photos of the Brazilian president Dilma Rousseff holding a ki appeared in news outlets from South America to Washington; respected writer Hinemoana Baker says Aotearoa needs more Maori writers, especially rangatahi or young people, who don't always consider it a career option.

Traditional Māori sports gets a global boost

5:45 PM. The traditional Māori ball-game of Ki-O Rahi has had a global boost this week.

Te Manu Korihi News for 29 June 2015

8:45 AM. A Māori digital expert says if people have te reo Māori in their e-mail address, it's unlikely they will be able to contact a government department, MP, local council or polytechnic; The Tūpuna Maunga o Tāmaki Makaurau Authority is devising a new plan to help protect Auckland's ancestral mountains for future generations; A Trust that's been working towards a Māori cultural centre for Whangarei is hoping to hear this week if the council's agreed to provide it with a grant; A well-known Māori writer has been given the opportunity to explore her whakapapa in Germany and write poetry about it.

Te Manu Korihi News for 29 June 2015

6:28 AM. A Māori digital expert says if people have te reo Māori in their e-mail address, it's unlikely they will be able to contact a government department, MP, local council or polytechnic; The Tūpuna Maunga o Tāmaki Makaurau Authority is devising a new plan to help protect Auckland's ancestral mountains for future generations; A Trust that's been working towards a Māori cultural centre for Whangarei is hoping to hear this week if the council's agreed to provide it with a grant; A well-known Māori writer has been given the opportunity to explore her whakapapa in Germany and write poetry about it.

Te Waonui for week ending Friday 26 June 2015

9:00 PM. The Manu Korihi news team brings you highlights of the weeks' Māori news, including, Allegations about smuggled native pigeons cause a 'flap'; A Bay of Plenty hapū is furious with its iwi board; and a well-known Māori writer 'wings' her way to Germany

Te Manu Korihi News for 26 June 2015

6:52 PM. A Southland iwi is demanding a public apology from the head of the Northland tribe Ngapuhi after he was caught trying to take kereru from their rohe; and... A Ngati Hine lawyer says the Ngapuhi leader Sonny Tau should resign, if he's broken the law and taken kereru from Murihiku; Maori Television is dismissing the Green Party's claim that its chief executive is to blame for the loss of high profile staff; The Maori Advisory Committee to the Northland Regional Council is calling for the laws around the extraction of swamp kauri to be tightened.

Te Manu Korihi News for 26 June 2015

5:52 PM. A Southland iwi is demanding a public apology from the head of Ngapuhi after he was caught trying to take kereru from their rohe; And a Ngati Hine lawyer says the Ngapuhi leader Raniera Tau should resign, if he's broken the law and taken kereru from Murihiku; The Maori Film and Television Association, Nga Aho Whakaari is offering Maori Television an alternative to its controversial plan to expand its advertising to include soft drinks and gambling; The Maori Advisory Committee to the Northland Regional Council is calling on the Minister for Primary Industries to tighten the laws around the extraction of swamp kauri.

Te Manu Korihi News for 26 June 2015

8:46 AM. The Green Party co-leader, Metiria Turei, is blaming Māori Television's Chief Executive, Paora Maxwell, for the loss of four highly regarded reporters and producers over the last four weeks; A Māori language immersion school in Whanganui has been so badly affected by the recent flood, that it's sending its pupils to another school across town for their lessons; An anti-violence community agency in West Auckland says Maori children tend to stay longer in foster care, because it's difficult to find the right cultural match for them; A Whanganui iwi based in Raetihi is running a campaign for the next two weeks seeking the mandate from its iwi members to represent them in Treaty settlement negotiations with the Crown.

Te Manu Korihi News for 26 June 2015

6:27 AM. A Māori language immersion school in Whanganui has been so badly affected by the recent flood, that it's sending its pupils to another school across town for their lessons; The Green Party co-leader, Metiria Turei, is blaming Māori Television's Chief Executive, Paora Maxwell, for the loss of four highly regarded reporters and producers over the last four weeks; An anti-violence community agency in West Auckland says Māori children tend to stay longer in foster care, because it's difficult to find the right cultural match for them; A Whanganui iwi based in Raetihi is running a campaign for the next two weeks seeking the mandate from its iwi members to represent them in Treaty settlement negotiations with the Crown.

Te Manu Korihi News for 25 June 2015

6:48 PM. Politicans are getting in a flap about allegations an iwi leader smuggled five kereru or native pigeons, under his jacket on a regional flight; A Bay of Plenty hapu says it's furious with its iwi board for signing an agreement with the owner of the Rena to keep the wreck where it is; While Maori Television has announced the new line-up for its current affairs programme, Native Affairs, one of its senior producers has handed in her resignation.

Iwi leader alleged to have smuggled five kereru

5:47 PM. Northland iwi leader Sonny Tau says he deeply regrets making a mistake after being questioned by DOC about kereru he had.

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