Te Manu Korihi
Listen to Te Manu Korihi for 2 September 2015 3 min 38 sec
Te Manu Korihi headlines with summaries.
The Maori Land Court played a major part in the loss of land at Matauri Bay, a prominent Northland kaumatua says.
A trades training programme for Maori and Pacific carpenters has been launched in Timaru.
An East Coast family fears they could lose their ancestral land not once, but twice as they lack the funds to buy it back.
Ngati Paoa in Auckland says it is with a heavy heart that it considers court action to affirm its mana whenua rights in the city.
Maori tourism operators say they are poised to take advantage of a worldwide trend of visitors wanting to have experiences and cultural activities, instead of looking at buildings and going shopping.
Two Hawke's Bay iwi entities are backing a retired probation officer's urgent claim in the Waitangi Tribunal alleging the Crown has failed to cut the high number of Māori in prison and their reoffending.
Ngati Whatua is supporting calls to keep Auckland's Bledisloe Wharf clear of a giant carpark. Ngati Whatua is supporting calls to keep Auckland's Bledisloe Wharf clear of a giant carpark.
Researchers studying traditional rongoā Māori say there is an urgent need to increase the number of healers to stop the knowledge from being lost forever.
Former minister Dover Samuels has spoken for the first time of being left bloodied and bruised for speaking te reo Māori at school. (AUDIO)
A second iwi is threatening court action following the Māori King's announcement that Tainui Waikato has treaty claims in Auckland.
An expert in social work is warning that any move to shift Child, Youth and Family services to the private sector could endanger Māori tamariki.
A retired probation officer today filed an urgent claim in the Waitangi Tribunal alleging the Crown has failed to cut the high number of Māori in prison.
After persuading as many Māori musicians as possible to enter the Waiata Māori Music Awards the organisers say they are pleased with the high calibre of the finalists.
Iwi in eastern Bay of Plenty are welcoming spelling corrections for local place names in their rohe.
Te Rūnanganui o Ngāti Porou and the Gisborne District Council have agreed in principle to jointly manage natural resources in the region.
Three students from a Palmerston North Māori language immersion primary school have won awards in a nation-wide competition that honours the 28th Māori Battalion. (AUDIO)
A new educational model has been developed to boost Māori secondary school student's participation in science.
The alarmingly high rates of sudden unexpected death in Māori infants is prompting calls for a nationwide roll out of wahakura or baby sleeping pods.
Auckland iwi Ngāti Whātua Ōrākei is heading to court to get clarity from the Crown on overlapping Treaty claims.
A Maori trust board which received $1.4 million in Government funding last year is under a ministerial investigation. (AUDIO)