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Kapa haka took center stage at one of Washington DC’s most famous landmarks – but why? Find out on Te Karere at 3.55pm, TVNZ 1.
Mamae Takerei presents the Kingitanga Movement at the World Indigenous Peoples Conference on Education (WIPCE) for the first time in WIPCE's 30 years of running. Takerei says it's important for others to see how Māori use the movement in a way of regaining our mana motuhake. Te Okiwa McLean has more at 3.55pm, TVNZ1.
Policeman stabbed by Whangarei gunman Quinn Patterson 33 years ago pays tribute to whānau pani of Wendy and Natanya Campbell.
Hone Harawira didn’t shy away from his summation of the situation with Winston Peters’ attitude towards te reo.
He was the chosen one raised with the wisdom of the elders, but it took a devastating personal tragedy for Elder Te Reo (Ngāti Porou) to accept his fate as a leader for his people. Waka Huia #FullEpisode
“Kua kawe ana tēnei āhuatanga o te Māori Movement ki te atamira nei ka kite ana rātou te wairua te ihi te wehi te wana i roto i a tatou te iwi Māori.” – Beez Ngarino Te Waati, Kaikōkiri, Hawaiki Tū
“Āe, tino hīkaka te ngākau i te mea he whakataetae whakahirahira tēnei mōku mō te ao CrossFit hoki.” – Tuteari Te Rauna-Lamont, CrossFit Athlete
"After one month of poi lessons I saw an improvement in grip strength and I saw improvements in balance. And on the cognitive side I saw improvements in memory and retention." - Kate Riegle-Van West, Poi Researcher
“People are dying from these substances and so the conversation to legalise these substances which clearly are putting people at risk, um, is a complex issue.” – Gilbert Taurua, Kaitakawaenga Māori, NZ Drug Foundation