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Listen to Te Manu Korihi News for 29 August 2014 3 min 23 sec
The Maori Party says it wants to encourage more young Maori to participate in tertiary education at the launch of their tertiary education strategy in Palmerston North.
An environmental group that is working to revitalise Kaipara Moana in Northland wants people to take part in a hui looking at strategies to preserve it.
Television New Zealand has announced that Raewyn Rasch, who has been acting general manager, is now the new general manager for Maori and Pacific Programmes at the network.
A case in which a South Island man applies for customary marine title over two of the Titi Islands will be the first of its kind to be tested in the High Court.
Jarrod Haar, the director of Massey University's Centre of Maori Business Research, says Maori can be disadvantaged when applying for jobs due to cultural differences.
An Australian Aboriginal leader says the federal government needs to canvass more indigenous communities before developing policies for tangata whenua.
The Public Service Association says 66 jobs will be lost at the Ministry for Maori Development, Te Puni Kokiri, cutting the workforce to just under 300. (AUDIO)
A non-smoking advocate is encouraging an Australian Aboriginal health leader to look within his own communities to find solutions to help tangata whenua to quit smoking.
The Iwi Leaders Group, made up of more than 50 iwi chairs from across Aotearoa, is backing the Labour Party's policy to lower power prices if it wins the election.
An ancient argillite adze has been found by a member of the public in Wairarapa. It is considered to be a taonga tūturu, a genuine artefact.
The Maori Party says it wants to make Te Reo compulsorily available in all schools and increase funding for Maori language teacher trainees.
Parents who withdrew their tamariki from a Northland school at the beginning of the year are praising a report into issues surrounding the school's board of trustees election process.
A row over the running of a Northland Maori immersion school has deepened with the school's commissioner releasing a draft report on his review.
An apology has been issued by designer Dame Trelise Cooper for using a native American headdress in her catwalk fashion show at New Zealand Fashion Week in Auckland.
The Wairarapa branch of Ngati Kahungunu iwi is seeking feedback from iwi members about a new tribal entity. Consultation hui are happening over the next three weeks.
Maori are three to five times more likely than Pakeha to have the bacterium H Pylori in childhood which leads to stomach cancer, a study by Otago University has found.
The Maori King's Council will meet today to discuss who will represent King Tuheitia while he is in hospital. He was admitted to hospital after suffering from diabetes-related ailments.
Otago Polytechnic says the launch of a new Maori business major will give those working in Maori organisations the opportunity to fast-track their degree.