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Scotty Morrison sat down with Tā Timoti Karetu to talk about the future for te reo for Marae.
He Tānga Manawa | In 1997, Te Uri o Hina Marae first opened in Pukepoto, Te Taitokerau. This week, the marae hosted thousands of mourners who paid their respects to the late Sir Hekenukumai Busby.
Oranga Tamariki has removed a boy from a 'gang pad' after he was allegedly dropped there by a government carer. The agency said it confirmed the boy was safe and with whānau as soon as it was alerted to the situation. It said that it was "working to wrap as much support as possible around him and his whānau due to the attention that this has gained on social media." A video of the boy and a man who lived at the 'pad' was posted on social media yesterday. Oranga Tamariki says it cannot make any further comment until the facts have been established.
Today, a lone Māori Battalion veteran, Robert Gillies of Company B, recited The Ode to the mates he left behind 75 years ago at the Battle of Cassino. Irena Smith - Te Karere with the details.
Homeless data figures collected last September have just been released and show that Māori make up 43% of people living without shelter. Māori organisation Kāhui Tū Kaha are a part of the housing first collective and support calls for more Māori centred approaches to curbing these figures. Whatitiri Te Wake - Te Karere with this report.
Defibrillators save lives but a new study shows not enough are in rural and remote communities. Hania Douglas - Te Karere with this report.
The measles outbreak in Canterbury has been declared officially over by health authorities!
A large Māori delegation travelled to Italy to mark the 75th anniversary of the WWII battle of Monte Cassino. Irena Smith - Te Karere has more on this kaupapa coming up on Te Karere at 4pm, TVNZ 1.
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