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#WATCH Scotty Morrison, who is Te Karere's host with the most, was made an honorary professor today at Massey University's Te Pūtahi a Toi (Māori faculty). His wife Stacey also joins him, signing on as a lecturer for the faculty.
"We started several days ago planning on obviously what we're going to do in government, we've obviously got a commitment to being in government, but even in opposition I believe this Labour Māori caucus will really deliver results for our people." - Meka Whaitiri MP, co-chair New Zealand Labour Party Māori caucus.
Winston Peters has emerged from today's hui. He said he now needs to take the board's decision back to Labour and National for further discussion before a final decision is made.
Extra: Broadcasters and te reo Māori champions Scotty and Stacey Morrison are officially welcomed to Massey University’s Te Pūtahi-a-Toi following their dual appointment to the university. "He nui ngā tumanako, ngā wawata mō ngā kaupapa kei mua i te aroaro." - Stacey Morrison
Could we see a decision made today? NZ First board continues to meet over coalition talks.
“We've included many different aspects that come under Te Iwi Kiwi. It’s not necessarily all Māori, it’s a combination of what makes them the iwi Kiwi." - Ora Kihi, Waikato-Tainui
MUST WATCH - Meet 11-year-old Takaimaania Ngata-Henare who's won every national Māori women's title on offer for table tennis.
#WATCH Iwi of Origin - Auckland’s version of Pā Wars, hits its 11th year with new sports and record numbers.
The youth group want to raise issues of local importance such as climate change and rising sea levels. But to be able to raise this at the United Nations’ Conference of the Parties (COPs) in Germany, they need funding to get there.