Te Manu Korihi
Listen to Te Manu Korihi News for 2 September 2014 3 min 11 sec
The Maori community in Ashburton is mourning the death of local kuia, Peggy Turuhira Noble, caught up in yesterday's fatal shooting at a Work and Income office in the town.
The Board steering Ngapuhi's treaty settlement - Tuhoronuku is looking for its negotiators after it inducted its 22-member board and named Sonny Tau as chair.
The Government is contributing $700,000 to a project to help preserve the Maori Battalion's legacy and lead to new learning resources for students, Hekia Parata says.
An anti-smoking organisation is keen to see who will be the next champion to pick up from Tariana Turia and lead the fight to ban smoking.
A review of a board election at a troubled Far North kura last year has found some parents and staff did not know it was happening. The Commissioner said he was seeking a legal opinion.
A Waikato conservation group fighting to bring back North Island kokako to Mount Pirongia says it is pleased its efforts will be boosted by Government funding.
A teacher in Australia is using Skype to help her students learn about Maori symbols such as koru and poutama motifs. Anne Rooney teaches at Wilderness School in South Australia.
The Supreme Court has failed to resolve a sub-tribe's claim to a section of the Waikato River riverbed, and leaves its ownership in question.
An environmental lawyer says it is important for anyone who wishes to be heard in court over customary marine title applications to be given the opportunity to do so.
The Maori King has been discharged from hospital after he was admitted last week as a result of diabetes-related ailments. King Tuheitia left the Waikato Hospital yesterday.
A group which opposes the Marine and Coastal Act has been granted permission to be heard on an iwi's application for customary marine title in Ikaroa-Rawhiti.
A Whanganui Maori development organisation is aiming to get 500 submissions on restrict the sale of synthetic drugs in the city.
The Maori Medical Practitioners Association says it is watching very closely to see who takes over the reins as Associate Minister of Health after the next election.
The gills of juvenile snapper in Kaipara Harbour are mutating due to increased sediment on the sea floor, the National Institute of Water and Atmospheric Research says.
The Maori Party says it wants to encourage more young Maori to participate in tertiary education at the launch of their tertiary education strategy in Palmerston North.
An environmental group that is working to revitalise Kaipara Moana in Northland wants people to take part in a hui looking at strategies to preserve it.
Television New Zealand has announced that Raewyn Rasch, who has been acting general manager, is now the new general manager for Maori and Pacific Programmes at the network.
A case in which a South Island man applies for customary marine title over two of the Titi Islands will be the first of its kind to be tested in the High Court.