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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.
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Kia Korero Mai - 29112014 - Wayne Ngata28 Nov 2014 15:09
SATURDAY:The new Minister for Maori Development is taking a fresh look at the Te Reo Maori Bill drafted by his predecessors, but it seems likely that a new body, Te Maataawai, will emerge in some form to oversee the institutions charged with protecting the Maori language. Much of the debate has been about whether iwi are up to the task of encouraging use of te reo, or if it should be left to the speakers and scholars who have championed it so far. In Kia Korero Mai on Saturday, we talk with Maori language commissioner Dr Wayne Ngata who says Te Maataawai will join the dots and align all the different initiatives within the language strategy.
Kia Korero Mai - 30112014 - Rawiri Waru28 Nov 2014 15:06
SUNDAY: Blending kapa haka experience with modern beats won Te Whanau a Apanui musician Rob Ruha the best Maori album Tohu at this year’s Vodafone New Zealand Music Awards. In Kia Korero Mai, collaborator Rawiri Waru from Iwi Radio Te Arawa FM will talk about the achievements of the tattooed troubadour as well as giving his views on the state of waiata Maori.
Kia Korero Mai - 22112014 - Kingi Taurua21 Nov 2014 15:21
The Waitangi Tribunal released Te Paparahi O Te Raki Report last week. Ngapuhi kaumatua Kingi Taurua gives his opinion on the report
Kia Korero Mai - 23112014 - Henare Kingi21 Nov 2014 15:09
The Labour Party have announced their new leader Andrew Little. Where do Maori fit in with the new leaders plans
Kia Korero Mai - 16112014 - Bobby Newson13 Nov 2014 16:12
Saturday: The leadership challenge for the Labour Party has just about done its course. There are some political commentators who are now saying that Tainui MP Nanaia Mahuta is now a serious contender for the leadership role. Maori voters returned to the Labour Party in their droves, despite Labour losing even more ground on National in the recent election. We speak to our political guru Henare Kingi who runs his analytical eye over this concerted push from Nanaia and Labours Maori caucus.
Kia Korero Mai - 15112014 - Henare Kingi13 Nov 2014 16:06
Sunday: The Department of Corrections are proposing to ban prisoners from having Maori taonga in their possession whilst in prison. This has sparked outrage and accusations of racism, and the Corrections having no appreciation of the role taonga play in Maoridom. We talk with former cop, former Human Rights and Families Commissioner Bob Newson about this.
Kia Korero Mai 08112014 - Quentin Hita07 Nov 2014 16:57
There has been heated debate on Waatea’s Facebook page and waatenews.com about whether Maori action film The Dead Lands perpetuates the stereotype of portraying Maori men as violent. We talk with film maker, actor and linguist Quinton Hita about what makes a Maori film or television programme and how to find a balance.
Kia Korero Mai - 09112014 - Ruakere Hond07 Nov 2014 16:51
On November 5, 1881 the village of Parihaka of Taranaki was invaded by 1600 colonial troops bent on ending a campaign of passive resistance to land confiscation in Taranaki. Every year the children of Parihaka and the descendants of Tohu Kakahi and Te Whiti o Rongomai gather at foot of the maunga to remember the event. In Korero Mai Ahau this week, day Eru Morgan talks with Ruakere Hond about the commemoration and the legacy that Parihaka leaves for the tribes of Taranaki and the motu.
Kia Korero Mai 02112014 - Peeni Henare31 Oct 2014 15:21
Peeni Henare | In our mini series Ko Wai Ahau, a feature that looks at our new Maori MP's we talk with Labours Tamaki Makaurau electorate MP Peeni Henare. We talk about his upbringing his iwi affiliations, his education and his influences
Kia Korero Mai 01112014 - Rahera Shortland - Te Ataarangi31 Oct 2014 15:15
Rahera Shortland | This weekend the Maori language initiative Ataarangi are having their AGM in Te Kao in the far north. People from all over the country and from across the world are attending​. The community - based strategy which began in the 70's was established around the feeling at the time that the language was dying.We talk with Chair Rahera Shortland about the key issue facing the movement, how the Maataawai model fits in and the health of the language
Kia Korero Mai - 24102014 - Kawana Pihama - Hoko Whare24 Oct 2014 14:48
Home ownership is one of the major topics of the day, especially with Maori who some claim have been coasted out of the housing market because of the skyrocketing house prices. We speak with Maori property developer and home owner Kawana Pihama about Maori home ownership aspirations and how Maori can be serious players in the race for home ownership.
Kia Korero Mai - 26102014 - Marama Fox - Ko wai ahau24 Oct 2014 14:42
Its time we got to know our new Maori politicians. This week we talk with Maori Party newbie Marama Fox about her life. Where she's from, where she went to kura, her influences and what's important to her moving forward
Kia Korero Mai 18102014 - Rawiri Waru17 Oct 2014 14:54
Host: Eruera Morgan | We maintain the kura reo theme from last week and this week we speak with Rawiri Waru regarding the recently completed reo wananga conducted by Te Arawa iwi Ngati Whakaue. This is the very first kura reo for the iwi. Rawiri, was one of the tutors we ask him about the dreams and aspirations of Ngati Whakaue with regards to their language and the obstacles and challenges along the way.
Kia Korero Mai 18102014 - Robert Pouwhare17 Oct 2014 14:48
Host: Eruera Morgan | Its Money Week so Maori Development is up for discussion. Where are Maori economically and what are the indicators we should be paying attention to, which tells us whether we're being successful or not. We talk with AUT's Robert Pouwhare who is part of the institutes Maori Development programme.
Kia Korero Mai - 11102014 - Waihoroi Shortland10 Oct 2014 15:18
Around this time of the year a whole bunch of kura reo are happening around the motu. In a recent kura reo held in Rotorua one of the kura reo focussed on reo papaho, te reo Maori that is used in Maori broadcasting. Eruera speaks with leading linguist and
Kia Korero Mai 10102014 - Te Ururoa Flavell10 Oct 2014 15:12
We have a new Minister of Maori Development, Te Ururoa Flavell. He also is the Minister of Whanau Ora and Associate Minister of Economic Development. The Minister takes time out from his busy schedule to talk to Eruera about his background, his time as a
Kia Korero Mai - 05102014 Dr Rawinia Higgins03 Oct 2014 15:24
A new report drawing on Statistics New Zealand’s Te Kupenga survey of Maori wellbeing has found clear links between immersion in Maori cultural practices and whether people can use and do use te reo Maori. On Sunday in Korero Mai ki Ahau we talk to Vict
Kia Korero Mai - 04102014 Pem Bird03 Oct 2014 15:09
The return of all but one of the Maori seats to Labour has commentators on the right calling for them to be abolished. Prime Minister John Key, who opposed the seats until he started counting on the Maori Party’s vote, says that would divide the country
Kia Korero Mai - 28092014 - Henare Kingi26 Sep 2014 14:27
One of the largest faction of voters that surpassed the National Party's one million voters was those that didn't vote. What happened to the rangatahi vote we all heard pre-election how Mana were getting rangatahi excited about their political movement an
Kia Korero Mai - 27092014 - M.Davidson, P Paraone, K Davis26 Sep 2014 14:00
Kia Korero Mai - Green Party co leader Metiria Turei has come out publicly stating that the Green Party will be the main opposition party moving forward. This week Eru Morgan speaks with Marama Davisdon ( Green Party) Pita Paraone ( NZ First) and Kelvin D
Kia Korero Mai - Henare Kingi - Elections 201421 Sep 2014 09:45
Political Commentator Henare Kingi | Election results see National is back in government but what the Maori voice and where to for Maori
Kia Korero Mai 14092014 - Henare Kingi12 Sep 2014 14:03
Henare Kingi |Labour leader David Cuniliffe this week declared they won't be going into a coalition government with either The Maori Party or Mana Internet, which some would views as being a snub to Maori. He says his Maori team in Labour are second to no
Kia Korero Mai 13092014 - Quinton Hita12 Sep 2014 13:57
Quinton Hita Maori Broadcaster and Producer | With korero over the past week over the supposed restructuring of Maori Televisions news and current affairs service we look at whether there is a need for an opposing independent Maori voice in news and curr
Kia Korero Mai 07092014 - Mabel Wharekawa Burt05 Sep 2014 11:03
Taurangamoana kuia Aunty Mabel Wharekawa Burt gives her own views on women speaking on the marae after a challenge at Te Pae Roa Conference' that if Maori want to see te reo flourish then we need to prioritise good speakers on the marae over gender
Kia Korero Mai 06092014 - Parekura Kupenga05 Sep 2014 10:48
On Saturday Eru Morgan talks with Ngati Porou kaumatua Parekura Kupenga about Maori progress since the 1984 Hui Taumata. What have Maori achieved and what do we need to be vigilant of as we move ahead
Kia Korero Mai 30082014 - Haami Piripi29 Aug 2014 15:12
Massey University's Albany campus will next week host Pae Roa 2040, a conference marking the 30 years since the Hui Taumata set an agenda for Maori development in the opening months of the third Labour Government. Te Rarawa chair Haami Piripi has worked o

7 Opinion


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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TWP 27112014 - Marama Fox
Maori Party co leader Marama Fox | Parliament is on fire this week with a number of issues
TWP 27112014 - Tracey Mcintosh
Nga Pae O Te Maramatanga - Tracey Mcintosh| Nga Pae o te Maramatanga (NPM), New Zealand's Maori Centre of Research Excellence, is this week holding its 6th Biennial International Indigenous Development Research Conference in Auckland at the Business School and Waipapa Marae, the University of Auckland.
TWP 27112014 - Tania Rangiheuea
Tania Rangiheuea | Manukau Urban Maori Authority are establisihng a Kura Hourua / Charter School at Nga Whare Waatea Marae.
Manako 27112014 - Pt 6 Charlie Tawhiao
Chair Ngai Te Rangi Charlie Tawhiao | Iwi leaders hui being hosted by Tauranga Moana
TWP 27112014 - Derek Kotuku Wooster
Derek Kotuku Wooster | Restoration work is being carried out on the Waipa River
TWP 27112014 - Dick Garratt
Organiser of the Maori Sports Awards Dick Garratt | A total of 26 world champions as individuals or team members  are among the recipients and finalists who will vie for top honours at the 2014 Maori Sports Awards this weekend.
Manako 27112014 - Pt 5 Nita Brown
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TWP 26112014 - Akaya Woodwind
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Little's Time
OPINION: Andrew Little has to do a lot if he is to make Labour a formidable opposition, giving them any hope of toppling National in three years’ time. Little was on Tuesday voted as the man to lead Labour into a new era of politics - this was on the back of major support he got from his union mates.
The myths white people tell themselves
OPINION: John Key's extraordinary statements last week on NZ History in relation to the Waitangi Tribunal's finding that Maori did not cede sovereignty when they signed the Treaty in 1840 is a case study in ignorance, cultural arrogance and political posturing.
Waitangi Tribunal ruling enshrines Treaty as a living document
OPINION: The most significant thing about the Waitangi Tribunal ruling last week that Maori did not sign away Tino Rangatiratanga in 1840 is that it has reset with immediacy the role of the Treaty into the modern day.
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