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Marilynn Webb has work that's featured in over 200 exhibitions internationally and she’s now this year’s recipient of the Creative NZ Te Tohu Aroha mō Te Arikinui Dame Te Atairangikaahu.
Find Your Voice is about a Māori boy finding his roots after being raised in Australia premiers this Wednesday and features Māori talent in front and behind the camera!
All early childhood education centres could soon be staffed by fully qualified teachers. The idea is out for consultation after Education Minister Chris Hipkins released his draft plan for the sector for the next ten years. It also includes increasing the adult child ratio at centres and bettering working conditions.
Veteran printmaker, Marilynn Webb is this year's recipient of the Dame Te Ataairangikaahu Award. It's the honour that signifies the supreme award for excellence and achievement in Māori art. And as Whatitiri Te Wake - Te Karere reports, her works have featured in over 200 exhibitions globally spanning several decades.
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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.
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