Extra: Meet the talented cast of Larger Than Life as they introduce themselves and their hardcase cheeky characters. You can also watch Hania Douglas - Te Karere's report here: https://youtu.be/ZJcNZLJ6R58
“E tika ana kia mōhio tāua nā te Kāwanatanga tērā hē.” - Hone Harawira, Mana Party
“Ko te ngako o tērā mahi he mea hātekēhi, he mea katakata, he mea ka whakamahana ai i tō ngākau.” – Tainui Tukiwaho, Ringatohu
“Kāore he kupu e tāea te whakaatu i te harikoa.” – Venus Ihakara, Tumuaki o Te Kura Kaupapa Māori o Te Oriini
“He treaty redress, koinā te take ka whai atu mātou o Ngāti Paoa taua huarahi. Nā reira mehemea he tauira pea, mā te wā tātou e kite.” – Hauauru Rawiri, Tumu Whakarae, Ngāti Paoa
“Kei konei te ipu e tatari ana kia whakaae mai, kia kawe atu ki reira hei āwhina i te kaupapa.” – Rangi McLean, Heamana, Manurewa Marae
“Three major roles he played were visionary of Tapu Te Ranga Marae, kaitiaki of papatūānuku, and also a Māori activist. But at this time the whānau are grieving, and we just want to acknowledge all those who played a role in his life over the years.” – Gabriel Tupou, Māngai mō te whānau Stewart
Manurewa community leaders want to know why the local business association has blocked a request to set up a container for freedom sleepers to put their personal gear in during the day. The container was donated by Manurewa Marae to help keep personal gear clean and dry, but the local businesses say it's not a solution to the homelessness problem. Keep an eye out for Irena Smith - Te Karere's report which will be posted up on our page later this evening.
A report written by a group of St Thomas of Canterbury College school students exposes the frequency youth offenders are being detained in adult police cells, and the disproportionate number of Māori youth before the courts.
Te Reo Hāpai contains more than 200 Māori words, terms and whakatauki.