Te Manu Korihi
Listen to Te Manu Korihi News for 24 April 2014 3 min 21 sec
Some submissions made after a hui on kohanga reo are calling on the Te Kohanga Reo National Trust Board to stand down.
A tribe in the Ohope area of Bay of Plenty wants a freeze put on the Tuhoe Treaty settlement legislation.
New Zealand First is refusing to name the tribes it says have been cut out of Crown settlements at the top of South Island.
Pebbles from Gallipoli are due to be brought back to Aoteroa and displayed at the national museum, Te Papa Tongarewa.
A Sydney-based Maori academic, Brent Reihana, says he doesn't agree with a recent survey showing fewer Maori in Australia are gaining citizenship.
A researcher is rejecting a Government claim that Maori research will continue and grow.
A Bay of Plenty tribe has lost another round in its fight against the Tuhoe Treaty settlement.
Ngati Toa is to campaign for copyright legislation to cover its tribal haka, Ka Mate.
Baby sleeping pods will begin to appear in marae on the Waikato region.
Descendants of a Pakeha farming family are asking the Government to review the Public Works Act.
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.
The Green Party is planning to add the Public Works Act to its Treaty of Waitangi policy for this year's general election.
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.
New Plymouth mayor Andrew Judd is lobbying the Government to implement Maori seats on the district council.
The Maori Council says it is shocked Shane Jones is leaving Parliament - and calls him an outstanding politician.
The fight for iwi representation on New Plymouth district council has now been taken to the Crown.
The organiser of a half marathon to raise money for a marae in Whanganui says it's about improving health among whanau and giving back to the marae.
Te Whanau a Apanui leader Willie Te Aho is pleased an education strategy compiled by the iwi is being taken seriously by the Government.