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Saturday 21 March 2015: On the 17th March 1860, the first shots were fired in Whaitara that began The New Zealand Landwars, when British troops attacked Te Atiawa chief Te Rangitaake at his pa Te Kohia. Te Rangitaake known also as Wiremu Kingi and his people were resisting the sale of the Pekapeka land block.
The descendants of Te Whiti o Rongomai and Tohu Kakahi have met every month since, on the 18th and 19th to remember this event, they continue to practise passive resistance while discussing key issues the people of Parihaka and Taranaki whanui face today. The outbreak of this war and ensuing confiscations is remembered in the waiata tawhito Te Ra o Maehe which Ruakere Hond kindly talks about with Eruera Morgan on Korero Mai Ki Ahau this week.
 
Sunday 22 March 2015: Dame Tariana Turia has been honoured by the American Cancer Society with the Luther L Terry Award for Exemplary Leadership in Tobacco control at an international conference in Abu Dhabi.
In her tireless pursuit of a Smokefree Aotearoa by 2025 Dame Tariana was instrumental in leading a number of legislation changes including increased tobacco tax excises, the banning of retail displays and lowering the amount of duty free allowance for cigarettes.
 
We speak with long time smokefree champion Skye Kimura about Dame Tariana’s leadership in this area
 
 
Korero Mai Ki Ahau a half hour features programme every Saturday and Sunday from noon, which takes an in – depth look at issues affecting te ao Maori. Totally in te reo Maori brought to you by Waatea News in association with Te Mangai Paho.
 
Ma Waatea ma te reo hei whakamarama
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Hinekaa Mako | Waiho Papa Moana hikoi27 Mar 2015 16:45
Saturday 28th March - Waiho Papa Moana is the call to arms hiikoi in Auckland city this Sunday protesting against Norwegian state oil company Statoil's exploration programme off Northland. Greenpeace says not only Statoil but other operators need to get the message they are not welcome in Aotearoa waters. We talk with one of the hiikoi organisers, long time champion for the environment Hinekaa Mako.
Kingi Taurua | Tuhoronuku / Ngapuhi27 Mar 2015 16:42
Sunday 29th March - Tuhoronuku the Ngapuhi negotiating body is back on the discussion table. Is it a good model that includes everyone? There's been a whole lot of debate with accusations of backdoor deals, skulduggery, whanau against whanau including all sorts of dirty rotten tactics. We talk with Ngapuhi kaumatua Kingi Taurua, whose been an observer, a facilitator and a protagonist during this drawn out tribal debate about who should represent the North's treaty of Waitangi negotiations.
Kia Korero Mai 21032015 - Ruakere Hond20 Mar 2015 16:48
On the 17th March 1860, the first shots were fired in Whaitara that began The New Zealand Landwars, when British troops attacked Te Atiawa chief Te Rangitaake at his pa Te Kohia. Te Rangitaake known also as Wiremu Kingi and his people were resisting the sale of the Pekapeka land block. The descendants of Te Whiti o Rongomai and Tohu Kakahi have met every month since, on the 18th and 19th to remember this event, they continue to practise passive resistance while discussing key issues the people of Parihaka and Taranaki whanui face today. The outbreak of this war and ensuing confiscations is remembered in the waiata tawhito Te Ra o Maehe which Ruakere Hond kindly talks about with Eruera Morgan on Korero Mai Ki Ahau this week.
Kia Korero Mai 22032015 - Skye Kimura20 Mar 2015 16:45
Dame Tariana Turia has been honoured by the American Cancer Society with the Luther L Terry Award for Exemplary Leadership in Tobacco control at an international conference in Abu Dhabi. In her tireless pursuit of a Smokefree Aotearoa by 2025 Dame Tariana was instrumental in leading a number of legislation changes including increased tobacco tax excises, the banning of retail displays and lowering the amount of duty free allowance for cigarettes. We speak with long time smokefree champion Skye Kimura about Dame Tariana's leadership in this area
Korero Mai - 15032015 - Henare Kingi13 Mar 2015 14:27
He may qualify for his kaumatua pass, but Winston Peters says he's still younger than Ronald Reagan was when he became president. The energy the New Zealand First leader is putting into campaigning for the Northland by-election would challenge many a younger person. On Sunday Eruera Morgan talks to Henare Kingi about how the contest is shaping up, and whether Labour's Willow Jean Prime should do as her leader says and take a dive.
Korero Mai 14032015 - Rereata Makiha13 Mar 2015 13:25
This week on Korero Mai Ki Ahau we talk censorship with veteran Maori broadcaster Rereata Makiha. Maori Television’s decision not to rebroadcast a haka by Te Iti Kahurangi criticising its reporting caused a storm, and it was quickly reversed. Rereata will discuss the controversy and the role of Maori and non-Maori broadcasters in handling critical stories.
KMKA - 07032015 - Te Rita Papesch06 Mar 2015 15:57
It's kapa haka saturation this week with Te Matatini 2015 in Christchurch live on television, radio and the internet. The national Maori performing arts competition has been going for 40 years, and seems to be stronger than ever. This week we talk with long-time kapa haka performer Te Rita Papesch about the standard of performance, and how it has evolved over the past 40 years.
Kia Korero Mai - 08032015 - Tame Iti06 Mar 2015 15:51
Kim Dotcom's "Moment of Truth" revelations may not have made the intended impact on last year’s election campaign, but the latest release from whistleblower Edward Snowden's trove of National Security Agency documents seems to show that New Zealand is spying on its Pacific neighbours on behalf of the United States. We catch up with Tame Iti who knows all about being spied on who says they've been doing it for ages.
KMKA 28/02/2015 Willie Te Aho27 Feb 2015 13:45
Up to 30,000 performers, supporters and audience members are expected next week at North Hagley Party for Te Matatini. But not everyone can get to Christchurch, so organisers have turned to technology to allow others to share in the spectacle that is the national Maori performing arts competition. In Korero Mai Ki Ahau on Saturday we talk to operations guru Willie Te Aho about internet streaming the festival to whanau in Aotearoa and overseas.
KMKA 01/03/2015 Miki Apiti27 Feb 2015 13:39
Prime Minister John Key has committed New Zealand troops for a training mission in Iraq. The decision has created debate up and down the motu. So Sunday, Eruera Morgan talks with Vietnam veteran and RSA spokesperson Miki Apiti about the deployment.
Kia Korero Mai 21022015 - Waihoroi Shortland20 Feb 2015 15:39
There's a Maori Language conference happening in Rahui Pokeka (Huntly) discussing among other things the state of the Maori Language. Ngati Hine te reo Maori linguist Te Waihoroi Shortland attended and he says we need to be mindful that language won't survive just through legislation, he says a healthy, vibrant, living language needs more than that. Eruera Morgan spoke to Te Waihoroi who talks about having a strategy that is based on the ten commandments structure. Te Waihoroi say's we need to establish our own ethics and principles to contribute to the ultimate survival of the language.
Kia Korero Mai - 22022015 - Patu Hohepa20 Feb 2015 15:21
Maori sovereignty remains a contentious issue, Tuhoe leader Tamati Kruger has said that the expression of tino rangatiratanga can been seen in ensuring his iwi are healthy, educated and socially thriving. Eruera speaks with Dr. Patua Hohepa about his view on Maori sovereignty. Dr. Hohepa maintains his strong views that sovereignty was never ceded, and in a contemporary setting we need to take a wider view on how we express this. He talks about the importance of Maori having a seat on the United Nations and how we should be promoting a Polynesian - wide Sovereignty model
Kia Korero Mai - 08022015 - Kingi Taurua05 Feb 2015 14:24
Sunday – Waitangi Day celebrations at Waitangi, where there’s conflict, protests and where leading politicians, the Governor General pay their annual visits to talk about among other things, the state of the nation. We talk with Ngapuhi Chief Kingi Taurua about the commemorations this year and his hopes for the future
Kia Korero Mai - 07022015 - Ranginui Walker05 Feb 2015 14:21
Saturday - Gareth Morgan’s an interesting character, a philanthropist, economist, writer blogger, social commentator and now race relations expert. Last week he urged pakeha to get up to speed with the treaty and treaty claims. He even said recently we should all be learning te reo Maori. Now he’s calling for Maori seats to be abolished once we become a republic. We talk with Professor Ranginui Walker about Morgan’s statements and ask Professor Walker what’s the checklist that Maori would need to tick off, if this country is indeed to become a republic.
Kia Korero Mai - 01022015 - Te Rata Hikairo30 Jan 2015 12:39
Te Rata Hikairo-Ngapuhi Muslim| Ngapuhi maverick David Rankin grabbed headlines this week with a call for a ban at Waitangi on anyone wearing the burqa, a traditional head covering for some Muslim women.He says Islam is a direct threat to Maori culture and rangatiratanga, and there are droves of Maori converting to the religion.That view is not backed up by the census which shows there are only about 1800 Maori Muslims, and long time attendees at Waitangi say they have never seen a burqa during Treaty of Waitangi commemorations, nor have they seen Mr Rankin there.In Korero Mai Ki Ahau on Saturday, we speak with Ngapuhi Muslim Te Rata Hikairo on his faith and the negative media coverage of Islam.
Kia Korero Mai - 02022015 - Tunuiarangi Mclean30 Jan 2015 12:36
Tunuiarangi Mclean | On Monday a new partnership school or kura hourua opens at Nga Whare Waatea marae in Mangere. It will offer a blend of kura kaupapa and Steiner principles to a decile one community where poverty, poor health, and low achievement in mainstream education are continuing problems. This week in Korero Mai Ki Ahau we talk to trustee Tunuiarangi Mclean about the kura’s aspirations and what Te Kura o Waatea can do that other local schools and kura kaupapa can’t.
Kia Korero Mai 25012015 - Mataara Wall - Ratana23 Jan 2015 14:03
Te Maramatanga - Kingi Taurua talks about the Ratana Movement from its humble beginnings of Tahu Potiki Wiremu Ratana.
Kia Korero Mai 24012015 - Henare Kingi23 Jan 2015 13:57
This week Kingi Taurua talks with Henare Kingi about events at Ratana. Is it becoming too political ? What can we expect from our parliamentary representatives in 2015 ? Kia Korero Mai with Kingi Taurua and Henare Kingi
Kia Korero Mai Special - 11012015 - Tame Iti08 Jan 2015 11:21
REPLAY: Eru Morgan talks with Tame Iti about the Tuhoe Terror Raids and life now
Kia Korero Mai Special - 10012015 - Te Keepa Stirling08 Jan 2015 11:09
REPLAY: Eru Morgan talks wtih Te Keepa Stirling on the former Maori Affairs Minister Dr Pita Sharples Maori Language Strategy - Te Maataawai

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fair New Zealand Sep 20 @ 05:15 AM
Willie well done we need to put all these rednecks in place they can't go around and do that to our maori people racist prick eye to eye bring it back keep these people straight

Mike Sep 19 @ 08:13 AM
Bomber Bradbury can't disguise his envy of Cameron Slater & how successful his blog is. Make no mistake, Cameron Slater is incredibly polarising, at times deeply offensive & can cross the line but Bomber told straight up lies trying to say the content & commentary on the left wing blog sites was in a different "stratosphere" to Whaleoil. You get idiots on both sides of the political spectrum & a quick search ofthe respective site will confirm that. He also repeated the same old lines from Hager's book almost all of which are unsubstantiated about OIA's, blackmail etc etc. Yet Bradbury, as a self proclaimed Marxist had his hand out for a few pieces of silver from Kim Dot Com (who as shown treats his workers like dirt). Credibility ruined right there Bomber.

Kateao F Sep 18 @ 09:08 PM
Agree with you on that @jamie fields and its absolutely grilling me to see this oily jerk has now been given undeserved media attention thanks to his mate free willy!

Jamie Fields Sep 18 @ 08:33 PM
Right and left wing tactics to date arent encouraging me to vote for any donkeys or monkeys

terina mclean Sep 18 @ 08:21 PM
Te tohora momona raua ko tetahi mangai nui. Kei te he!

Kateao F Sep 18 @ 08:04 PM
Cameron Slaters still an obnoxious, egotistical moron, waste of time interviewing him, surely it's not that hard (leading up to an election) to find someone really worthy to interview? Oily whales I think not.!

Jilly Sep 18 @ 07:46 PM
Bomber is a such a dishonest person and extremely jealous of Cam Slater, Bomber is involved with the convicted criminal and corrupt dotcom.

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