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He Tānga Manawa | The next Te Matatini will be held in Tāmaki Makaurau in 2021. Here’s a report from the last time the region held the competitions in 2002, on the pōwhiri to kick off the event that was held at Ōrākei Marae, Takaparawha.
Pere Wihongi shares what it's been like taking over our Instagram (Paeāhua) account to bring you stories from the ground at Te Matatini ki te Ao 2019. You can follow us on Instagram, @tekareretvnz, where you can see social media darling Pere Wihongi and his fierce work in action at Te Matatini!
Despite tropical cyclone Oma remaining in the Coral Sea, MetService are monitoring the potential for severe weather which may impact many parts of New Zealand. Whatitiri Te Wake - Te Karere has the latest.
Are they safe to ride? Lime scooters have been suspended until Lime can prove to authorities they are safe to ride. Te Rina Kowhai has the details.
Malcolm Rewa has been found guilty of the murder of Susan Burdett. It was the 3rd time Rewa has stood trial for the 1998 murder of Burdett.
While Te Whānau a Apanui was on stage performing a haka opposing plans for a marine sanctuary in the Kermadecs, the chief executive of the iwi was at the high court battling with the Crown. Rikirangi Gage appeared to explain how the proposed sanctuary will deny iwi their fishing rights agreed in treaty settlements. Our political reporter Eruera Rerekura - Te Karere has more.
Our Bay of Plenty reporter Rapaera Tawhai Reports shares that he and Te Whānau a Apanui have no regrets about their stand at Te Matatini yesterday.
Today current champions, Whāngārā Mai Tawhiti took to the stage to defend their title. Reporter Hania Douglas - Te Karere spent time with the East Coast group and has this report.
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