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Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern is adamant she won't visit Ihumātao saying her presence could undermine the process of seeking a solution. Organisers of the land occupation at the South Auckland site have created an online petition calling for the Prime Minister to visit Ihumātao.
He Tānga Manawa | In 1990, kōhanga reo in Tūranganui-a-Kiwa were calling for the establishment of more kura kaupapa Māori for their tamariki kōhungahunga.
Tracey Martin says she wants to work with Māori to find a better way to care for at-risk Māori kids. The Minister for Children gave the assurance at a meeting in Rotorua. And as Rapaera Tawhai Reports, Tracy Martin intends to hold similar meetings with Māori throughout the country.
Te Karere presenter Oriini Kaipara and Tumamao Harawira talk rugby – both Black Ferns and All Blacks.
Several talented Māori artists have banded together and released a track entitled 'Ka Mānu'. Inspired by the ongoing struggle indigenous people face to protect their land and their rights, one of the song's composers says the song aims to unify, uplift and empower. Whatitiri Te Wake - Te Karere has this report.
Dozens of master weavers gathered at Te Papa today to not only celebrate the art form but to launch a book that features cloak weaving. Whatu Kākahu: Māori Cloaks unlocks the doors to Te Papa's storeroom to reveal the largest collection of kākahu to the world. And as Eruera Rerekura - Te Karere found out, it's hoped that the book will become a helpful companion to Māori weavers.
After an exhaustive and extensive research process, Waikato-Tainui has a dictionary that affirms its distinct dialect It's called He Puna Kupu, He Manawa ā Whenua. Reo Māori experts from within the region said it's about keeping the unique sound and vocabulary of Tainui waka alive for generations to come. Hania Douglas - Te Karere was at the launch of the tribal resource.
Waikato Police are appealing for information after locating a stolen van with the body of a man inside near Raglan. Police say they were notified of a serious incident just after 3 AM.
Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern is adamant she won't visit Ihumātao saying her presence could undermine the process of seeking a solution.
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