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A 14-year-old youth is on trial for the murder of rough sleeping Flaxmere man Kelly Donner.
Te Matatini meets the Riverdance! Kapa haka and Irish dance icons work together to promote their unique brand of dance. Irena Smith - Te Karere with this report.
Academy Award nominee Keisha Castle-Hughes and Mozzie actor Adam Saunders feature in a new film that explores the more familiar story of Māori rediscovering their indigenous identity back in Aotearoa NZ. Find Your Voice premieres this Wednesday. Te Rina Kowhai with this story.
It's eight years since the Pike River Mine disaster - West Coast iwi is set to play special role in re-entry to retrieve the remains of those lost in the disaster. Eruera Rerekura - Te Karere with this report.
The search for a teenager who was swept off rocks near Raglan is entering its third day.
Marilynn Webb takes home the award for achievement in Māori art
The film premieres on Wednesday in Auckland
While in Ireland, Te Matatini Society Incorporated CEO Carl Ross met with Julian Erskine, the executive producer of the world-famous Irish dance company Riverdance. Could a collaboration be on the horizon? Mātakitaki mai i Te Karere ā te whā karaka mō te roanga o ngā kōrero.
He Tānga Manawa | In 1997, Waikato commemorated over 130 years since the Battle of Rangiriri in 1863 during the invasion of Waikato in the New Zealand Land Wars.
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