The event is a part of NZ Tech Week. Hania Douglas - Te Karere has the kōrero.
Part two of our week-long series commemorating the occupation of Bastion Point (Takaparawha) focuses on how the occupation highlighted the plight of te reo. Reporter Te Okiwa McLean reports on what Ngāti Whātua Ōrākei are doing to make their reo thrive.
Our political reporter Eruera Rerekura - Te Karere reports, FOMA is encouraging the Ministry of Primary Industries to keep on top of the bovine disease Mycoplasma Bovis. #WATCHNOW
Should non-Māori receive a moko kauwae or mataora? Thoughts? Rapaera Tawhai Reports on this topical kaupapa.
Two national welterweight champions, Shaye Brock and Bowyn Morgan, will be going head-to-head in a bout that's tipped to be one of the biggest professional fights for NZ boxing. Irena Smith - Te Karere caught up with Brock at training today - tune in for her report that's coming up soon on the show at 4pm, TVNZ 1.
A debate is raging on social media around the use of traditional facial moko on non-Māori after an image of a Pākehā woman with a moko kauae was seen in an online article. He aha ōu whakaaro? Is it appropriate? Should non-Māori receive moko kauae/mataora?
Low decile schools have been given the opportunity to engage in a digital space with the start of Tech Week.
This week marks 40 years since the end of Ngāti Whātua’s protest occupation of Takaparawha (Bastion Point) against the government.
After a brief battle with cancer, Māori language academic Professor John Moorfield, affectionately known as Te Murumāra passes away. Moe mai e te rangatira!