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

    18:49 A professor of Maori Development warns Maori representation in parliament could suffer come the election because of the departure of senior Maori MPs such as Labour's Shane Jones; Descendants of a Pakeha farming family are asking the Government to review the Public Works Act; The New Plymouth mayor, Andrew Judd, is lobbying the Government to implement Maori seats on the district council; A Sydney-based Maori academic, Brent Reihana, says he doesn't agree with a recent survey showing fewer Maori in Australia are gaining citizenship.

  • Te Manu Korihi News for 23 April 2014 ( 3′ 39″ )

    17:49 Descendants of a Pakeha farming family are asking the Government to review the Public Works Act; A professor of Maori Development warns Maori representation in parliament could suffer come the election because of the departure of senior Maori MPs such as Labour's Shane Jones; A Sydney-based Maori academic, Brent Reihana, says he doesn't agree with a recent survey showing fewer Maori in Australia are gaining citizenship; The New Plymouth mayor, Andrew Judd, is lobbying the Government to implement Maori seats on the district council.

  • Te Manu Korihi News for 23 April 2014 ( 3′ 19″ )

    08:46 The Maori Council says it's shocked Shane Jones is leaving Parliament - and calls him an outstanding politician; A researcher is rejecting a government minister's claim that Maori research will continue and grow; A northern Taranaki iwi, Te Atiawa, is optimistic that there will be dedicated Maori seats on the New Plymouth District Council; A national rehabilitation programme is teaching whanau of Maori inmates what they need to do to help their whanaunga cope once they're released back in to the community.

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

    06:26 The Maori Council says it's shocked Shane Jones is leaving Parliament - and calls him an outstanding politician; A researcher is rejecting a government minister's claim that Maori research will continue and grow; A northern Taranaki iwi, Te Atiawa, is optimistic that there will be dedicated Maori seats on the New Plymouth District Council; A national rehabilitation programme is teaching whanau of Maori inmates what they need to do to help their whanaunga cope once they're released back in to the community.

  • Te Manu Korihi News for 22 April 2014 ( 2′ 39″ )

    18:54 The fight for iwi representation on the New Plymouth District Council has now been taken to the Crown; A Bay of Plenty tribe has lost another round in its fight against the Tuhoe Treaty settlement; The Green Party is planning to add the Public Works Act to its Treaty of Waitangi policy for this year's general election; The organiser of a half marathon to raise money for a marae in Whanganui says it's about improving health amongst whanau and giving back to the marae.

  • Te Manu Korihi News for 22 April 2014 ( 2′ 57″ )

    17:46 A Bay of Plenty tribe has lost another round in its fight against the Tuhoe Treaty settlement; The battle for iwi representation on the New Plymouth District Council has now been taken to the Crown; The Green Party is planning to add the Public Works Act to its Treaty of Waitangi policy for this year's general election; The organiser of a half marathon to raise money for a marae in Whanganui says it's about improving health amongst whanau and giving back to the marae.

  • Te Manu Korihi News for 22 April 2014 ( 3′ 2″ )

    08:47 Ngati Toa is to campaign for copyright legislation to cover its tribal haka, Ka Mate; New Zealand First has taken a stand against a piece of Treaty legislation at the top of the South Island - saying smaller tribes are being cut out of Crown settlements; Te Whanau a Apanui leader Willie Te Aho says he's pleased an education strategy compiled by the iwi is being taken seriously by the government; Baby sleeping pods will begin to appear in marae on the Waikato region.

  • Te Manu Korihi News for 22 April 2014 ( 3′ 20″ )

    06:27 Ngati Toa is to campaign for copyright legislation to cover its tribal haka, Ka Mate; New Zealand First has taken a stand against a piece of Treaty legislation at the top of the South Island - saying smaller tribes are being cut out of Crown settlements; Te Whanau a Apanui leader Willie Te Aho says he's pleased an education strategy compiled by the iwi is being taken seriously by the government; Baby sleeping pods will begin to appear in marae on the Waikato region.

  • Te Waonui for Sunday 20 April ( 23′ 21″ )

    17:30 Te Waonui a Te Manu Korihi brings you highlights of the week's Maori news. On the programme this week: a new law to shield the haka ka mate from misuse; the number of Maori who've managed to become Australian citizens; and, museums unite to bring home a Ngapuhi treasure.

  • 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.