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The government has reached a historic agreement with the agricultural sector to reduce carbon emissions by 2025. Agriculture accounts for nearly half of New Zealand's emissions. But as Eruera Rerekura - Te Karere found out, while farmers may be on board, iwi leaders plan to sue the government over the impact of climate change on Māori.
Protest action at a sacred landmark in Hawai'i is ramping up again following the commencement of a controversial building project. Protesters are blocking access to Mauna Kea in an attempt to stop the erection of giant 30-metre telescope on the sacred site. Reporter Whatitiri Te Wake - Te Karere spoke with Kānaka Māoli here in NZ, who stand in solidarity with their families in Hawai'i.
The Flying Fijians and its under 20 teams were officially welcomed to Rotorua ahead of their clashes against the Māori sides this weekend. The Māori experience was welcomed by both teams saying it's very similar to back home. Bay of Plenty reporter Rapaera Tawhai was there as well. Rapaera Tawhai Reports.
The New Zealand Māori Council says the latest suicide statistics show the need for a national suicide plan with Māori men at the centre of the suicide statistics - more than double the non-Māori rate so action is needed urgently. Te Okiwa McLean reports. If you or anyone needs to get help, there’s many places to get help like Victim Support, Depression Helpline, Youthline and many more.
It's the end of an era. The Institute of Excellence in the Māori Language holds final wānanga. Hania Douglas - Te Karere went to check it out.
A small iwi with a big bank balance - but members of Ngāi Takoto are critical of the lack of accountability and transparency. Krystal-lee Brown with this report.
The All Blacks have settled into Buenos Aires ahead of their first match of the Rugby Championship against Argentina.
Kanaka Maoli are re-voicing their opposition and making a stand to protect Mauna Kea, a sacred ancestral mountain on the Big Island of Hawai’i. A project to build a giant thirty-metre telescope on Mauna Kea has recommenced after it was halted in 2015. Whati Te Wake with more on this kaupapa coming up on Te Karere at 4pm, TVNZ 1.
"By Māori, for Māori" is the call from Māori social workers and iwi leaders who attended a hui at the weekend addressing Oranga Tamariki's practices.
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