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He Tānga Manawa | In 1990, former students of Turakina Māori Girls College gathered to celebrate the school’s 85th anniversary.
New Zealand’s greatest historical minds and mātauranga Māori luminaries have gathered in Waitangi for the weekend. The event was triggered by 250 anniversary of Captain Cook's arrival to NZ. But as Whatitiri Te Wake - Te Karere reports exploring Māori navigation and voyaging knowledge is at the forefront of this event.
Get ready world! Polynesian choreographer Parris Goebel is the country's entertainment curator for the World Expo 2020 in Dubai. Te Rina Kowhai with this report.
NZ has the dubious distinction of having the highest youth suicide rate in the OECD. It's hoped the creation of new media will help combat the crisis. As Te Okiwa McLean reports, a video series entitled 'Connecting Through Kōrero' has been commissioned that specifically speaks to young people about these issues.
Tūhoe and Oranga Tamariki have embarked on a new approach which sees children moving from state care into whānau connected homes. The agreement was signed last night in Tāneatua. The chairman of the iwi says it’s time for Tūhoe to step up and raise these children into a safe and loving environment. Rapaera Tawhai Reports.
Hundreds of secondary students descended on parliament today to stand in solidarity with a climate change protester. Ollie Langridge today clocked up 100 days continuously protesting outside parliament demanding a climate change emergency. Political reporter Eruera Rerekura - Te Karere was at parliament to witness the event.
Lisa Carrington has taken her winning ways into a team environment. The Te Aitanga a Mahaki champion has guided the NZ women's k4 500 crew into the finals at the canoe sprint world championships in Hungary. The crew are hoping to go one better than last year where they finished second.
Te Karere presenter Scotty Morrison and sports commentator Tumamao Harawira talk about the Warriors’ chances of winning their upcoming match against Cronulla.
Everything's going to be all right. Those are the reassuring words from all blacks wing Rieko Ioane, who after being dropped for the last Bledisloe test returns to provincial rugby tomorrow for Auckland.
The hunt continues for three men who escaped police custody in Levin.
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