Te Manu Korihi
Listen to Waonui a Te Manu Korihi for 26 October 2014 22 min 48 sec
Te Mangai Paho says it believes Television New Zealand's decision to outsource its Maori programmes will give the agency more control over what content is produced.
A Massey University senior lecturer says most rangatahi Maori wanting to take up agricultural courses are from the cities.
A Bay of Islands hapu says a new book documenting the early years of settlement in the region is a welcome addition to a lack of written history about the rohe.
New Zealand's largest farming corporation says it is passing on its expertise to iwi taking over its farms via Treaty of Waitangi settlements.
Labour's broadcasting spokesperson Kris Faafoi says a plan to outsource content for Maori and Pacific programming at TVNZ has left many unanswered questions.
New research has found that Maori migrating to Australia are more likely to be drawn across the Tasman during economic boom times.
Some staff at TVNZ are angry their jobs could be on the line after the state broadcaster announced it will outsource producers for its Maori and Pacific programming. (AUDIO)
Auckland's biggest hapu says it supports the work of anti-whaling group Sea Shepherd and has officially welcomed one of its ships to Waitemata Harbour. (AUDIO)
The best of Maori performing arts has been chosen above other cultures to represent the Oceania region at the Association of National Olympic Committee Gala awards.
Green MP Catherine Delahunty says her party plans to change the Public Works Act to ensure that no more Maori land can be taken by the Government.
A lower North Island iwi is considering whether iwi coastline patrols should be re-introduced after three men were caught poaching nearly 900 paua near Titahi Bay this week.
An editor of a book nominated as a finalist in a Māori book awards says it's great to be recognised for her mahi. Winners will be announced at Te Papa next month.
Maori Television's head of news and production Julian Wilcox has resigned after 10 years at the broadcaster, which is undergoing a restructure.
A council project to lay a sewerage pipe through Māori land in Tauranga has come to a head after construction caused flooding in Matapihi. Court action is planned.
A survey of Maori business owners suggests one in five are planning to take on more workers and pay higher wages over the next year but many are cautious about their outlook.
A Maori students' association says ongoing fee increases for tertiary study may rule tangata whenua out of top jobs. Universities are expected to raise them by the maximum amount.
A university professor believes the Government should be allocating about $200 million a year towards Maori research, not $5 million as has been set aside in the Budget.
A significant number of Maori people are returning to New Zealand from Australia - some of whom are coming back for their tertiary studies.