Te Manu Korihi
Listen to Te Manu Korihi News for 1 August 2014 3 min 19 sec
Waikato-Tainui marae are set to receive their share of a $15 million grant, as part of the first distribution of its $70 million cash top-up from the Crown. Sixty-six marae will benefit.
A tribal negotiator for the Whanganui River says the 97 percent of people who agreed to the Treaty settlement deal is confirmation that 140 years of petitioning the Crown has finally paid off.
A hunters' group and Tuhoe kaumatua have agreed a herd of deer only found in Te Urewera should be given special recognition. Deerstalkers say it has high-trophy value.
A group of young Maori trainee builders involved in building a new Whanau Ora health centre in Lower Hutt are benefitting from the project which will also help the local community.
Ngati Kahungunu has handed over guardianship of its waka to Te Matau a Maui Voyaging Trust. The two parties signed the lease of Te Matau a Maui waka to the Trust on Thursday.
A South Taranaki tribe will sign its treaty settlement on Friday with majority support from the iwi. Ngaruahinerangi initialled its deed of settlement at Parliament last month.
Treaty Negotiations Minister Chris Finlayson is welcoming the Ngapuhi tribal board to conclude the tribe's historical Treaty claims with the Government.
The election results are out for Tuhoronuku - the board that will steer the massive Ngapuhi Treaty settlement. The election process has caused animosity among hapu in the north.
A Far North iwi leader has criticised the ACT Party leader Jamie Whyte's comments about wanting to axe Maori seats from parliament, saying they are from the Dark Ages.
The body set up to spend the Tuwharetoa Treaty settlement package has asked lawyers to investigate investment losses and overspending. A hui has been called next month.
Cliff Curtis is dismissing claims he endorses the Mana Party. An online article cites the actor as the "latest celebrity to publicly declare support for the Mana Movement".
Ngati Hine claimants are moving to bump two people, Mere Mangu and Joe Davis, off the authority set up to negotiate the Ngapuhi Treaty settlement.
Whanau heading for Waitangi Tribunal hearings in Tai Tokerau next week are facing a long detour around roads still blocked after this month's big storm.
Anyone who knows of whanau needing help after recent Northland storms should let the Moerewa community trust know, it says. The council has a storm relief fund of $180,000.
The cost of the Ngati Porou Hauora Maori health service is becoming hard to sustain, its chief executive says. A consultancy group is reviewing all health services on the East Coast.
Internet Mana's Waiariki candidate Annette Sykes says she's level-pegging with the Maori Party candidate Te Ururoa Flavell - as she launches her election campaign.
Tai Tokerau's river patrol man Millan Ruka says Fish and Game should be encouraged to carry on speaking out about the state of the country's rivers.
The country's largest forensic mental health unit wants to expand its Maori unit because of its success in patient rehabilitation. More than half the Mason Clinic's patients are Maori. (AUDIO)
The wahine behind a successful exhibition of art by Maori inmates will be acknowledged at Parliament on Tuesday night.
A leading Maori language researcher says a standardised form of Te Reo needs to be used in government circles to ensure there is no confusion over meaning.
A consultancy group is examining how long-term health services will be provided on the East Coast and where to base them.
The Whanau Ora Commissioning Agency for the South Island was launched in Christchurch on Monday. Nine iwi authorities in Te Wai Pounamu will receive funding.
The son of Tuhoe activist Tame Iti says a weight has been lifted off the iwi after an apology by the Police Commissioner Mike Bush.
A Far North iwi and a private tuition provider have joined forces to provide an after-school learning centre in Kaitaia.
Public submissions are being sought on the controversial Maori Language Bill, which aims to revitalise Te Reo by giving iwi responsibility for its development.
MetService has reached an agreement with two marae to put a weather radar station on ancestral land in the Far North. In exchange, MetService will offer scholarships for local children.