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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.

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.
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Wellington, New Zealand


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.




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


Te Ahi Kaa for week ending Friday 19 October 2018

Maori Media could be in for a major shake-up with the government undertaking its first review in 20 years ----- A number of hapu in the Far North reject a new proposal to negotiate Ngapuhi treaty claims---- and an ancient pa site on an Auckand maunga is carved into by an unknown vandal.


Te Waonui a te Manu Korohi for 14 October 2018

Haka is one of the most recognised cultural taonga from Aotearoa - but is there a threat of it being exploited as it grows in popularity?; A Maori language expert is calling on health workers to stop butchering the names of Maori patients; and The long-held dream of a Maori cultural centre for Whangarei is hanging on hopes of a 5-million dollar council grant.


Te Ahi Kaa for week ending Friday 5 October 2018

The Resilience Challenge is a nationwide programme that looks at natural hazards, and how we, as a country, respond and recover from them. Dr Wendy Saunders talks about her work at Matakana Island and iwi management plans; Social Scientist Lucy Carter talks about disaster preparedness with kura kaupapa school children, and Professor Taiarahia Black talks about the resilience nature of iwi in the aftermath of colonisation. That's coming up.


Te Waonui for week ending Fridfay 28 September 2018

A mass exhumation of tupuna is planned for a cemetery being washed away by the Wairoa River - An iwi occupying Great Barrier Island are outraged another group of iwi will officially re-name the island - And new figures show alarming rates of tuberculosis among Māori.


Te Waonui for week ending Friday 21 September 2018

The government has released the details of the new Office for Maori Crown relations - The Supreme Court will allow an Auckland iwi to take its case on overlapping interest in treaty settlements to the High Court - And Maori cultural and intellectual property rights were at the centre of a three-day hui held this week in Nelson.


Te Waonui for week ending Friday 14 September 2018

E whai ake nei - Coming up on Te Waonui a report shows whanau are lacking support from the government in nurturing te reo Maori in schools, young Maori speak out against being called "plastic" because they can't speak te reo and a small kura-a-iwi in Northland says its remote location is helping to foster the growth of its local reo.


Te Waonui for week ending Friday 7 September 2018

Coming up Te Waonui --- Marama Fox resigns as the co-leader of the Maori Party, Health experts are calling for greater conversations about racism to improve Maori health and the next generation of Maori leaders are looking to shape the future of Auckland.


Te Waonui for week endiing 31 August 2018

Maori students studying medicine at the University of Otago say they are fed up with the ignorance they face over the way they are selected into their second year of study, the country celebrates the appointment of Maori netball coach Noeline Taurua to lead the Silver Ferns, and a ground-breaking study is released on the health of members of the Mongrel Mob gang.


Te Waonui for week ending Friday 24 August 2018

A man arrested for shoving a security guard at a Work and Income office just hours after leaving prison is blaming rude and intimidating staff, Thousands of people made their way to Ngaruawahia this week for the 12th koroneihana celebrations for the Maori King, and supporters of a Maori catholic school in Auckland continue their protest to save it from closure.


Te Waonui for week ending Friday 17 August 2018

King Tuheitia, the Maori king has found himself under an extraordinary attack from one of his former advisors, The son of rugby legend, George Nepia, is one of 28 servicemen whose remains will be returned to New Zealand next week and a novice Maori cheese maker has won a major award in one of the world's most prestigious cheese competitions.


Te Waionui for week ending Friday 10 August 2018

The Treaty Negotiations Minister is on a last-ditch diplomatic mission to sort through the mandate issues in the Ngapuhi settlement dispute, Sexual health experts say an ACC education programme won't reduce sexual violence rates for Maori and the government sets an ambitious goal to increase the number of reo Maori speakers.


Te Waonui for week ending Friday 3 August 2018

Most Maori nurses will miss out on pay rises won by hospital nurses, a former Kohanga reo trustee who lost his job after he blew the whistle on allegations of financial impropriety takes his legal battle back to court, and a successful Maori charter school gains approval to become a state school.


Te Waonui for week ending Friday 27 July 2018

Maori drawings that are 200 years old have been restored for a special overseas exhibition - An application for the country's biggest chicken farm in Northland has hit a major roadblock - And Maori students say whanau pressure is causing them to consider dropping out of university.


Te Waonui for week ending Friday 20 July 2018

Coming up on Te Wao Nui - Coming up on Te Wao Nui - Tertiary institutions could lose funding if they fail to show how they will improve pass rates for Maori and Pasifika, Far North hapu leaders are frustrated over their deadlocked settlement, and more on the accusations made on Tauranga Leader Te Awanuiarangi Black.


Te Waonui For Week Ending 13 July

The Ringatu faith celebrates 150 years since being founded by Maori prophet Te Kooti - Could Wairoa become the next food bowl of New Zealand? - And new research shows Maori patients are facing major challenges in accessing medicine.


Te Waonui for week ending 6 July 2018

Calls mount for urgent action to save iconic kauri in Northland's Waipoua forest, Education leaders argue closing charter schools is a breach of the Treaty of Waitangi and hundreds of students take to the stage at the National Secondary Schools kapa haka in Palmerston North.


Te Waonui for week ending Friday 29 June 2018

Former Māori Affairs minister Koro Wetere is farewelled at Turangawaewae Marae, Auckland commuters are now hearing te reo Māori on train services and kaumātua across the country show you're never too old to take to the kapa haka stage.


Te Waonui for week endiing Friday 22 June 2018

Coming up on Te Waonui a Trade-Me ad to find a foster parent for a tamaiti frustrates iwi, calls mount to offer rongoā Māori treatments to patients, and the government intends to close down Hato Petera College in Auckland's North Shore.


Te Waonui for week ending Friday 15 June 2018

An Auckland University student says racism is an everyday experience for Māori who live on the North Shore, Mānuka honey industry groups say the best way to protect Mānuka honey is to trademark the term and the Māori metal band Alien Weaponary has topped the local album charts with their new album - and they're receiving international acclaim as well.


Te Waonui for week ending Friday 8 June 2018

Tologa Bay residents are being left with a big clean-up after flash flooding created a river of logs which caused major damage to homes, farms and beaches - Dargaville residents are frustrated at the lack of consultation from Tegal over plans to build the country's largest chicken farm and a new Maori media industry body has been set-up to ensure Maori media keeps pace with a changing world.