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Providing news on Māori issues, Te Manu Korihi features four times each weekday, in Radio New Zealand National's leading news programmes Morning Report and Checkpoint. A longer weekly edition, Te Waonui, is broadcast on Sunday evenings.

Providing news on Māori issues, Te Manu Korihi features four times each weekday, in Radio New Zealand National's leading news programmes Morning Report and Checkpoint. A longer weekly edition, Te Waonui, is broadcast on Sunday evenings.

Location:

Wellington, New Zealand

Description:

Providing news on Māori issues, Te Manu Korihi features four times each weekday, in Radio New Zealand National's leading news programmes Morning Report and Checkpoint. A longer weekly edition, Te Waonui, is broadcast on Sunday evenings.

Language:

Multilingual

Contact:

Radio New Zealand House 155 The Terrace P O Box 123 Wellington 04 474 1999


Episodes

Te Waonui for 31 July 2020

7/31/2020
An iwi goes to the High Court to appeal against a major international company on bottling water, Oranga Tamariki making headlines again, and what could an RMA repeal mean for Māori?

Duration:00:24:49

Te Waonui for week ending Friday 24 July 2020

7/24/2020
A woman says she's caught a racist landlord redhanded, after being rejected from a property for being Maori, there are renewed calls for Maori to be able to change electoral rolls more frequently, and New Plymouth councillors have voted to establish a Maori ward.

Duration:00:21:22

Te Waonui for 17 July 2020

7/17/2020
National's new leader Judith Collins isn't ruling out the possibility of running National candidates in Māori seats, the Police's own figures have debunked claims made by the former police commissioner that there is no racial bias when applying discretion, Māori with respiratory illnesses are among those doctors are being told to test as part of the new covid 19 testing advice, One of the biggest Māori tourism operators in Rotorua, Te Puia, has come back to life since re-opening two weeks...

Duration:00:21:21

Te Waonui for 10 July 2020

7/10/2020
Te Araroa locals renew calls for the Gisborne District Council to remove an old dump site; A new kaupapa M�ori domestic violence initiative has opened in South Auckland; and iwi welcome a new funding boost for freshwater and environmental projects.

Duration:00:23:17

Te Waonui for Friday 3 July 2020

7/3/2020
Coming up on Te Waonui - the number of M�ori children entering state care over the last year drops -- at least five North-Island iwi will be severely affected by new restrictions to protect endangered dolphins -- and a Tūhoe astronomer wins one of the country's top science awards.

Duration:00:22:00

Te Waonui for Week ending Friday 26 June 2020

6/26/2020
The Supreme Court is urged to allow Peter Ellis's criminal appeal to continue despite his death on tikanga grounds; leaders of the ihumatao occupation say they won't accept a resolution if it means houses will be built on ancestral land; and a former New Zealand First MP joins a fight to stop the Whakatohea treaty settlement.

Duration:00:22:40

Te Waonui a TMK for week ending Friday 19 June 2020

6/19/2020
Māori health experts say a major plan to overhaul the health system is neither brave or transformative, a Tainui hapu is demanding to know why they were not properly consulted about a decision to destroy 300-year-old food pits, and the Mental Health Foundation says there is not enough support for Maori, and their hauora.

Duration:00:21:43

Te Waonui for week ending 12 June 2020

6/12/2020
Coming up on Te Waonui - Pressure mounts on Oranga Tamariki after a report highlights failures in the way it deals with wh�nau M�ori, Police investigate a racist attack on a Maori woman with a moko kauae at Ōwairaka and a M�ori artist backs calls for the country to review its colonial monuments.

Duration:00:21:19

Te Waonui for week ending 5 June 2020

6/5/2020
Coming up on Te Waonui - The Gisborne District Council backtracks on installing two small-scale models of Captain Cook's ship without seeking iwi consultation, the lead of the M�ori review into Oranga Tamariki is appalled the Children's Minister says she wasn't asked to do anything with the report, and a Christchurch gallery has pulled down controversial art after complaints the works appropriated M�ori culture.

Duration:00:22:03

Te Waonui a Te Manu Korihi for 29 May 2020

5/29/2020
National Party under fire for its whitewashed front bench, iwi oppose a proposed landfill north of Tamaki Makaurau and push back from iwi chairs over tough new rules to clean up the country's waterways.

Duration:00:23:11

Te Waonui for week ending Friday 22 May 2020

5/22/2020
Coming up on Te Waonui - Whakarewarewa Village in Rotorua is crippled by the Covid 19 lockdown, Māori business advisors are worried there is no future for the Māori economy, and a Māori sexual violence prevention provider says kaupapa Māori services need to be better resourced.

Duration:00:21:59

Te Waonui for week ending Friday 15 May 2020

5/15/2020
Coming up on Te Waonui - The Prime Minister backtracks on tangihanga rules under alert level two, the government puts $900 million towards M_aori in this years' budget, and more than 17,000 M_aori working in tourism lose their jobs.

Duration:00:23:45

Te Waonui for week ending Friday 8 May 2020

5/8/2020
Simon Bridges is blamed for a lack of Māori appearing before the Epidemic response committee, Māori testing for covid-19 surges, and locals prepare to set up a checkpoint on Aotea Great Barrier island under alert level two.

Duration:00:22:49

Te Waonui for Friday 1 May 2020

5/1/2020
Māori health services are concerned their patients chronic health conditions aren't getting in contact, a new iwi-led checkpoint in South Taranaki stops hundreds of vehicles who shouldn't be on the road and the kōhanga reo trust reasssures parents that distance learning packs for their tamariki are equitable to mainsteam preschools.

Duration:00:20:27

Te Waonui for week ending Friday 24 April 2020

4/24/2020
The Ministry of Health releases its covid-19 Māori Response plan, the Kohanga Reo National Trust advises all kohanga reo to remain closed under alert level 3 and whÄ�nau with three generations in a whare are making the most of their time together.

Duration:00:23:31

Te Waonui for week ending Friday 17 April 2020

4/17/2020
Time for a round-up of the Māori news for the week with our Te Manu Korihi team.

Duration:00:22:42

Te Waonui a Te Manu Korihi for week ending Friday 3 April 2020

4/3/2020
Iwi still waiting for government money to be freed up for targeted Covid-19 funding for Maori commuities, more police deployed to the far north to enforce lockdown rules, and online tutorials with Maori celebrities and experts draw thousands of viewers on facebook.

Duration:00:23:49

Te Waonui for week ending Friday 20 March 2020

3/20/2020
Coming up on Te Waonui - Māori communities respond to COVID-19, and justice advocates seek an urgent Tribunal hearing on the Police Armed Response Teams.

Duration:00:22:01

Te Waonui for week ending Friday 13 March 2020

3/13/2020
Coming up on Te Waonui - Historic step in the treaty settlement for Ahuriri hapū, Taranaki iwi angered at an application to leave production equipment from a failed oil and gas companyand commemorations for the 175th anniversary of the felling of the flagstaff at Kororāreka.

Duration:00:21:56

Te Waonui a TMK for 4:20a/5:30p Sun 8 Mar

3/6/2020
Federation of Māori Authorities says Covid 19 could make a half a billion dollar dent in the Māori economy, research shows eighty per cent of Māori women will experience family violence in their lifetime - but survivors and advocates say woman are still being blamed for not leaving, and the Maori Council becomes the latest group to mount a case for Māori water rights.

Duration:00:21:26