Te Manu Korihi

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  • Te Manu Korihi News for 17 April 2014 ( 3′ 29″ )

    18:52 All historical Treaty of Waitangi claims in the South Island have been settled; Ngati Toa descendants have packed out Parliament's public gallery to witness the introduction of a law to protect their famous tribal haka, Ka Mate; The secondary teachers union says it's not surprising a Northland charter school is having trouble getting staff; The chair of a Palmerston North Maori Catholic club, Rawiri Tinirau, says many non-religious members are still drawn to the Hui Aranga event.

  • Te Manu Korihi News for 17 April 2014 ( 3′ 11″ )

    17:51 Ngati Toa descendants have packed out Parliament's public gallery to witness the introduction of a law to protect their famous tribal haka, Ka Mate; All historical Treaty of Waitangi claims in the South Island have been settled; The secondary teachers union says it's not surprising a Northland charter school is having trouble getting staff; The Electoral Commission has made minor adjustments to the Maori electoral boundaries of Ikaroa-Rawhiti and Waiariki; The chair of a Palmerston North Maori Catholic club, Rawiri Tinirau, says many non-religious members are still drawn to the Hui Aranga event.

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

    08:48 A Maori charter school in Northland has had another setback - with the resignation of its business director; A collective of tribal leaders has failed to convince the government to boost the price of carbon credits; Fewer than half of all Ngapuhi hapu have chosen to support the tribe's treaty settlement process - by nominating people to direct it; Thousands of people are gathering in Upper Hutt near Wellington for the annual Maori catholic Hui Aranga event.

  • Te Manu Korihi for 17 April 2014 ( 3′ 7″ )

    06:27 A Maori charter school in Northland has had another setback - with the resignation of its business director; A collective of tribal leaders has failed to convince the government to boost the price of carbon credits; Fewer than half of all Ngapuhi hapu have chosen to support the tribe's treaty settlement process - by nominating people to direct it; Thousands of people are gathering in Upper Hutt near Wellington for the annual Maori catholic Hui Aranga event.

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

    18:45 Ngapuhi suggests it could take a contemporary Waitangi Tribunal claim over a new commercial fishing law; An academic studying Maori living in Australia says his latest survey shows very few Maori who moved there after 2001 have successfully become Australian citizens; A medal awarded to a Ngapuhi chief 200 years ago is returning home thanks to Te Papa Tongarewa and the Auckland War Memorial Museum; Although the country's only Maori Research Centre of Excellent has missed out on future government money, the Minister in charge is confident rangahau Maori will continue and will grow.

  • Te Manu Korihi News for 16 April 2014 ( 3′ 9″ )

    17:48 An academic studying Maori living in Australia says his latest survey shows very few Maori who moved there after 2001 have successfully become Australian citizens; Ngapuhi suggests it could take a contemporary Waitangi Tribunal claim over a new commercial fishing law; A medal awarded to a Ngapuhi chief 200 years ago will finally be returning home after a successful joint bid overnight by Te Papa and the Auckland War Memorial Museum; Although the country's only Maori Research Centre of Excellent has missed out on future government money, the Minister in charge is confident rangahau Maori will continue and will grow.

  • Te Manu Korihi News for 16 April 2014 ( 3′ 17″ )

    08:49 The Maori fisheries trust, Te Ohu Kaimoana, is disappointed the Government has dropped iwi exemptions to new laws stopping the use of foreign fishing boats; A collective of marae say its appeals for the protection of the environment have been vindicated in a decision on a major controversial water storage project; The chair of the Crown Forestry Rental Trust says it can get the job of funding treaty claimants done - despite troubled relationships between trustees; The Maori Council and Federation of Maori Authorities are back to the drawing board on appointments to the Crown Forestry Rental Trust; Census officials say despite a drop in Maori language speakers, rangatahi are riding to the rescue of Te Reo.

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

    06:27 The Maori fisheries trust, Te Ohu Kaimoana, is disappointed the Government has dropped iwi exemptions to new laws stopping the use of foreign fishing boats; The chair of the Crown Forestry Rental Trust says it can get the job of funding treaty claimants done despite troubled relationships between trustees; The Maori Council and Federation of Maori Authorities are back to the drawing board on appointments to the Crown Forestry Rental Trust; A collective of marae say its appeals for the protection of the environment have been vindicated in a decision on a major controversial water storage project; Census officials report rangatahi are riding to the rescue of Te Reo, as the overall number of Maori language speakers goes into decline.

  • Te Manu Korihi News for 15 April 2014 ( 3′ 19″ )

    18:51 Iwi will now be included in a Fisheries Bill clamping down on the mistreatment and underpayment of foreign crews; Auckland is defying a national trend among most other regions, who are recording increases in the proportion of Maori; Ngati Kahungunu is satisfied a Board of Inquiry has recognised the tribe's environmental concerns in its draft decision on the controversial Ruataniwha Water Storage Scheme; A Maori member of the Crown Forestry Rental Trust, Maanu Paul, says there are already signs of progress as it moves to mend a serious breakdown within the organisation; Stargazers are being warned tonight's blood moon in Maori tradition signifies an omen.

  • Te Manu Korihi News for 15 April 2014 ( 3′ 22″ )

    17:47 Iwi will now be included in a Fisheries Bill clamping down on the mistreatment and underpayment of foreign crews; Ngati Kahungunu is satisfied a Board of Inquiry has recognised the tribe's environmental concerns in its draft decision over the controversial Ruataniwha Water Storage Scheme; Auckland is defying a national trend among most other regions, who are recording increases in the proportion of Maori; A Maori member of the Crown Forestry Rental Trust, Maanu Paul, says there are already signs of progress as it moves to mend a serious breakdown in the organisation; Stargazers are being warned tonight's blood moon in Maori tradition signifies an omen.

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

    08:48 A High Court judge has ordered that trustees of the Crown Forestry Rental Trust adjust their attitudes and fix what he calls the organisation's 'toxic' environment; The chief executive of Te Wananga o Aotearoa wants his institute to become the world's biggest indigenous training provider - to reach out to Maori and reconnect them with their culture; The Prime Minister, John Key, says it wasn't sensible for a kohanga reo hui to ban a current affairs programme from a media conference; A tribe north of Auckland has secured kaitiaki visiting rights to three quarries, to ensure the owners aren't spoiling the environment.

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

    06:28 A High Court judge has ordered that trustees of the Crown Forestry Rental Trust adjust their attitudes and fix what he calls the organisation's 'toxic' environment; The chief executive of Te Wananga o Aotearoa wants his institute to become the world's biggest indigenous training provider - to reach out to Maori and reconnect them with their culture; The Prime Minister, John Key, says it wasn't sensible for a kohanga reo hui to ban a current affairs programme from a media conference; A tribe north of Auckland has secured kaitiaki visiting rights to three quarries, to ensure the owners aren't spoiling the environment.

  • Te Manu Korihi News for 14 April 2014 ( 3′ 29″ )

    18:49 The government expects to have a state representative sitting on the Kohanga National Trust Board in the future; Meanwhile...a Kohanga Reo kaimahi is relieved a working party's been set up to investigate how the movement should move forward, saying it takes the burden off kohanga whanau; Maori Television has produced about a hundred hours of programming on top of what the Crown expected it to make; The Australian Government is generating hundreds of new jobs for Indigenous people in Perth; A small group of people have taken part in a half marathon in Whanganui to raise money for Kaiwhaiki Marae; Te Korimako o Taranaki is celebrating after taking top honours at the iwi radio awards.

  • Te Manu Korihi News for 14 April 2014 ( 3′ 39″ )

    17:52 The government expects to have a state representative sitting on the Kohanga National Trust Board in the future; Meanwhile...a Kohanga Reo kaimahi is relieved a working party's been set up to investigate how the movement should move forward, saying it takes the burden off kohanga whanau; Maori Television has produced about a hundred hours of programming on top of what the Crown expected it to make; A small group of people have taken part in a half marathon in Whanganui to raise money for Kaiwhaiki Marae; Te Korimako o Taranaki is celebrating after taking top honours at the iwi radio awards.

  • Te Manu Korihi News for 14 April 2014 ( 3′ 20″ )

    08:45 A Kohanga Reo National Trustboard member is welcoming change for the movement, saying Maori preschools have had to carry the shame of allegations of financial mis-management; The Transport Agency is appealing against a Maori Land Court decision giving special protection to ancestral land earmarked for a major highway north of Wellington; Meanwhile, the Green Party is calling the Public Works Act an instrument of destruction; Farm run-off and people driving their vehicles along the beach are being blamed for a decline in shellfish numbers and diversity along the Horowhenua coast.

  • Te Manu Korihi News for 14 April 2014 ( 3′ 6″ )

    06:27 Members on the Kohanga Reo National Trust will continue overseeing Maori pre-schools for now, despite it's subsidiary, Te Pataka Ohanga, facing allegations of financial mismanagement; The Transport Agency is appealing against a Maori Land Court decision giving special protection to ancestral land earmarked for a major highway north of Wellington; Meanwhile....the Green Party is calling the Public Works Act an instrument of destruction; Farm run-off and people driving their vehicles along the beach are being blamed for a decline in shellfish numbers and diversity along the Horowhenua coast.

  • Te Waonui for Sunday 13 April ( 22′ 20″ )

    17:30 An author's road block saves her Maori land, big changes ahead for the first Maori radio station and the Pakeha architect who left his mark on tribal buildings.

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

    18:52 Te Taura Whiri i te Reo Maori says a recent High Court decision is a big loss for the Maori language and sets a precedent that may lead to the erosion of its place in courts; Mana Party members can expect to hear first hand how a relationship with the Internet Party could work; A Bay of Plenty tribe is expecting to hold its biggest Treaty settlement mandating hui this weekend, and aims to start negotiations with the Crown before the general election; It's expected the Rotorua District Council's Te Arawa Standing Committee will change - to make sure it represents all tangata whenua and isn't seen to just advocate for Te Arawa descendants.

  • Te Manu Korihi News for 11 April 2014 ( 2′ 50″ )

    17:47 Te Taura Whiri i te Reo Maori says a recent High Court decision is a big loss for the Maori language and sets a precedent that may lead to the erosion of its place in courts; Mana Party members can expect to hear first hand how a relationship with the Internet Party could work; It's expected the Rotorua District Council's Te Arawa Standing Committee will change - to make sure it represents all tangata whenua and isn't seen to just advocate for Te Arawa descendants; A Bay of Plenty tribe is expecting to hold its biggest Treaty settlement mandating hui this weekend, and aims to start negotiations with the Crown before the general election.

  • Te Manu Korihi News for 11 April 2014 ( 3′ 16″ )

    08:45 Representatives from every Kohanga Reo throughout the country will be at a hui aimed at making changes to the leadership of the movement; A traditionally staunch Maori language broadcaster has started providing its programmes in both English and Maori, and it believes it's listenership has increase; A grouping of North Island west coast Hapu says its totally opposed to any seabed mining off its coastline; Te Wananga o Awanuiarangi is celebrating what it says is its most successful graduation today with more than two thousand Maori students crossing the stage.

  • Te Manu Korihi News for 11 April 2014 ( 3′ 28″ )

    06:27 Representatives from every Kohanga Reo throughout the country will be at a hui aimed at making changes to the leadership of the movement; A traditionally staunch Maori language broadcaster has started providing its programmes in both English and Maori, and it believes it's listenership has increase; A grouping of North Island west coast Hapu says its totally opposed to any seabed mining off its coastline; Te Wananga o Awanuiarangi is celebrating what it says is its most successful graduation today with more than two thousand Maori students crossing the stage.

  • Te Manu Korihi News for 10 April 2014 ( 2′ 58″ )

    18:47 Settlements for three Bay of Plenty tribes have been passed into law; A treaty lawyer says a High Court ruling suggests people can be essentially penalised if they chose to speak te reo Maori in legal proceedings; A Maori soldier awarded the Victoria Cross has been invited to be the guest speaker at the 150th anniversary of the battle of Gate Pa in Tauranga.

  • Te Manu Korihi News for 10 April 2014 ( 3′ 25″ )

    17:48 A treaty lawyer says a High Court ruling suggests people can be essentially penalised if they chose to speak te reo Maori in legal proceedings; The Treaty settlement machine was working flat out today, putting several Crown-tribal agreements into law; A Maori soldier awarded the Victoria Cross has been invited to be the guest speaker at the 150th anniversary of the battle of Gate Pa in Tauranga.

  • Te Manu Korihi News for 10 April 2014 ( 3′ 25″ )

    08:48 The Maori Broadcasting Funding Agency, Te Mangai Paho, has overhauled the way it funds radio and television programmes - now preferring to pay out for bilingual shows; The High Court has ruled a Waitangi Tribunal judge was wrong to tell a lawyer he had to cross-examine witnesses in English, not te reo Maori; An argument over whether a member of a Maori land business can attend meetings by phone has been settled; A new project between Nga Uri o te Ngahere Trust and a Waikato scientist could lead to restored tribal lands and youth training schemes on the East Coast.

  • Te Manu Korihi News for 10 April 2014 ( 3′ 9″ )

    06:27 The High Court has ruled a Waitangi Tribunal judge was wrong to tell a lawyer he had to cross-examine witnesses in English, not te reo Maori; The Maori Broadcasting Funding Agency, Te Mangai Paho, has overhauled the way it funds radio and television programmes - now preferring to pay out for bilingual programmes; An argument over whether a member of a Maori land business can attend meetings by phone has been settled; A new project between Nga Uri o te Ngahere Trust and a Waikato researcher could lead to restored tribal lands and youth training schemes on the East Coast.

  • Te Manu Korihi News for 9 April 2014 ( 3′ 5″ )

    18:50 The Ministry of Education says there are fresh requirements for teachers, new and old, to be culturally competent and know how to teach Maori students; A new survey shows only a third of local and regional councils have a policy to report on the impact of works carried out on culturally sensitive sites; The city of Tauranga could eventually have Maori and Pakeha place name signage; One of the country's Maori tertiary institutions says rolling out broadband in rural communities could help it attract more students.

  • Te Manu Korihi News for 9 April 2014 ( 3′ 4″ )

    17:49 Only a third of local and regional councils have a policy to report on the effects of works carried out on culturally sensitive sites; The Ministry of Education says there are fresh requirements for teachers, new and old, to be culturally competent and know how to teach Maori students; Maori and Pakeha place name signage could be dotted around Tauranga; One of the country's Maori tertiary institutions says a government initiative to roll out broadband in rural communities could help it reach more potential students, who want to study and live in non-urban centres.

  • Te Manu Korihi News for 9 April 2014 ( 3′ )

    08:48 A Ngati Whatua member is adamant tribes are more than capable of protecting Te Reo Maori and encourgaing the language to thrive in homes, despite some politicians suggesting iwi are not ready; Meanwhile, a Maori language advocacy group believes the government should delay plans for Te Reo, until problems within the Kohanga Reo National Trust are resolved; The lawyer of the women who has had her Maori land protected by the Environment Court says it sets a precedent for Maori land to be protected; A Tuhoe leader is paying tribute to the Pakeha architect who designed its recently opened tribal headquarters; The new chair of Enterprise Great Lake Taupo, Greg Stebbing, says he wants local iwi entities be more direct about their investments.

  • Te Manu Korihi News for 9 April 2014 ( 3′ 18″ )

    06:27 The lawyer of the women who has had her Maori land protected by the Environment Court says it sets a precedent for Maori land to be protected; A Ngati Whatua member is adamant tribes are more than capable of protecting Te Reo Maori and encourgaing the language to thrive in homes, despite some politicians suggesting iwi aren't ready; A Tuhoe leader is paying tribute to the Pakeha architect who designed its recently opened tribal headquarters; The new chair of Enterprise Great Lake Taupo, Greg Stebbing, says he wants to see local iwi entities be more direct about their investments.

  • Te Manu Korihi News for 8 April 2014 ( 3′ 26″ )

    18:46 The Environment Court has ruled the Crown should stop its move to take the Maori land of author Patricia Grace for a new road north of Wellington; The Pakeha architect who designed Te Papa Museum and Te Wharehou o Tuhoe has died; A senior law lecturer says people need to start focusing on practical solutions to address what's been called a systemic bias against Maori in the criminal justice system; A founding father of a ground-breaking Maori radio station says he's pleased two tribes are intervening in the running of the broadcaster; The National MP, Tau Henare, has paid tribute to fellow members of the Maori Affairs Select Committee, as he announces his retirement from politics.