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Concerns are emerging from Māori broadcasters about the review of the Māori broadcasting sector. The Ministry of Māori development is leading the review which was commissioned mid-October. But as political reporter Eruera Rerekura - Te Karere discovered, it's claimed little work has been done on the project and with a March deadline looming, there are grave doubts there will be enough time to produce a quality report.
Māori products are growing in popularity with Christmas gifts like new Māori apparel line Totaea coming into the market. Our reporter Te Okiwa McLean spoke to the creator of the apparel line.
Auckland's Ngāi Tai iwi look to develop tourism venture on outer Rangitoto and Motutapu islands following Supreme Court ruling. Irena Smith - Te Karere with this report.
With Christmas around the corner, Auckland City Mission admit demand for food parcels has doubled since last year. Krystal-lee Brown with this report.
Former Treaty Negotiations Minister Chris Finlayson says hei konei rā to parliament. Te Rina Kowhai analysed his prolific record in the treaty settlements arena.
Here’s our weather forecast from today's bulletin.
A bill that transfers the New Zealand Māori Arts and Crafts Institute to the Te Puia entity had its first reading in the house today.
Concerns are emerging from Māori broadcasters about the review into the Māori broadcasting sector.
A Manawatū mother diagnosed with advanced breast cancer has just received more devastating news. Pharmac will not be funding the life-prolonging drug ibrance that she needs in the foreseeable future.
The New Zealand Māori Council wants information released about the voices of Māori it alleges were left out of the recent mental health and addictions inquiry. The inquiry involved ten months of hearings.
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