Te Manu Korihi
Listen to Te Manu Korihi News for 31 October 2014 3 min 11 sec
The Forest Industry Contractors Association is welcoming the recommendations of a major review into safety and workplace practices in the industry.
An auction house that sells many paintings by reknowned artist Charles F Goldie says they could be banned from leaving the country in the next few years.
A rarely screened 1970s film by New Zealand's first Māori filmmaker will be revived on the big screen in Hawke's Bay this Sunday.
Young parents-to-be in Hamilton have become the first to attend a new series of parenting courses based on the kaupapa Maori approach.
Ngati Kahungunu Iwi says there is little opportunity for iwi to engage effectively with regional councils on water issues and varying levels of genuine intent on the part of the councils.
An Auckland marae says it has secured a deal with a Chinese company to provide Maori cultural experiences for up to 40,000 tourists a year.
Māori at opposite ends of the country are mourning the passing of influential kaumatua Riki Cherrington, who has died at the age of 72.
A leader at an Auckland marae is disappointed the New Zealand-inspired aspect to a Chinese theme park has been dropped, but is glad the pa hasn't lost any taonga.
The Government is calling for patience from hunters wanting to get into Te Urewera, as Tuhoe works on a review of hunting permits.
A New Zealand theme park in China has been dropped in favour of a golf course, according to Auckland marae which was going to be involved in the project.
Health organisations and medical experts are warning Maori could be put off buying medicines if the Government signs the Trans Pacific Partnership agreement.
A Northland marae says it has faced continual challenges in trying to rebuild its fire-ravaged buildings including a $250,000 bill to install new sprinklers.
A Maori sovereignty group is questioning why nearly $26 million has been allocated for referenda on changing the New Zealand flag to be held next year and in 2016.
Medical specialists are warning that health outcomes for Māori will suffer a setback if the Government signs up to the Trans Pacific Partnership.
A Maori film and television group says it wants broadcasting funding agency Te Mangai Paho to reconsider ring-fencing $3 million for Television New Zealand programmes.
An Auckland Maori trust says a new research hub will help the North Island's Whanau Ora Commissioning Agency identify which areas need the most attention.
Pregnant Maori women who experience domestic violence are more likely to face problems trying to get health care, according to a study by researchers at the University of Auckland.
Ngai Tahu has confirmed that former head of news and production at Maori Television, Julian Wilcox, is to take charge of its media team.
The Rotorua Chamber of Commerce says it would welcome Maori Television if it decides to move to the area, which would be central to Auckland and Tauranga.
An Auckland Maori trust says its newly launched research hub aims to find out from the community how to fix social problems such as domestic violence and poverty.