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Maori-made church gets historic listing
A Devonport church designed by what may have been the first registered Maori architect has been recognised for its historic importance..Read more

Waikato-Tainui tends the whitebait
Waikato Tainui and marae in the lower reaches of the Waikato River are working with the regional council and other agencies to improve management of whitebait fisheries at Port Waikato..Read more

Ta Tau Ihu settlements passed into law
All historical treaty claims in the South Island are now considered settle with the passing of four bills giving effect to the final deeds of settlement for the eight iwi of Te Tau Ihu..Read more

Ka Mate theme for settlement bills
A bill acknowledging Ngati Toa Rangatira’s ownership of the haka Ka Mate passed its third reading in Parliament this morning..Read more

Maori dimension to homelesss strategy
A Wellington City Councillor says the council’s new Te Mahana homelessness strategy will give iwi a chance to become more involved with other agencies in addressing the problem..Read more

Hone's mate gets toys back
Mana leader Hone Harawira is welcoming the return of assets seized in a 2012 raid on the Coatesville home of internet mogul Kim Dotcom..Read more

Iwi fish companies lose flag exemption
Iwi leaders will be questioning how much sway they really hold in the corridors of power with one of their biggest recent victories being taken away from them..Read more

Museums buy Te Pahi medal
A joint bid by Te Papa and the Auckland War Memorial Museum has secured a silver medal once owned by Bay of Islands chief Te Pahi..Read more

Lessons drawn from Battalion trip
Forty East Coast schoolchildren will get a send off at Ruatoria this weekend as they head for North Africa and Europe to follow the footsteps of the Maori Battalion’s C Company..Read more

Minister welcomes kohanga review
Education Minister Hekia Parata is welcoming the formation of a working group to develop new governance arrangements for kohanga reo..Read more

Maori seat up for sale
New Zealand First leader Winston Peters says Mana’s dalliance with Kim Dotcom’s Internet Party could threaten the future of the Maori seats..Read more

New Plymouth Council votes down treaty partnership
New Plymouth District Council has voted down a plan to replace its komiti Maori and instead appoint two iwi members with voting rights to each of the monitoring, policy and regulatory standing committees..Read more

Maori to make mark at Edinburgh festivals
Top kapa haka groups, dance company Black Grace and writer Witi Ihimaera are among more than 200 New Zealand artists who will take part in arts festivals in Edinburgh this August..Read more

Rangitihi extends mandate deadline
Te Mana o Ngati Rangitihi has extended the time for members of the Bay of Plenty iwi to vote on whether it should have the mandate to negotiate a settlement to historic treaty claims..Read more

Te Pahi medal sold despite protest
An engraved silver medal given to Bay of Islands chief Te Pahi by New South Wales Governor Philip King in 1806 has sold at auction for its reserve of $300,000 Australian..Read more

Ngapuhi sign up for Tuhoronuku
Almost half of Ngapuhi’s 110 hapu have nominated representatives who will vote on the members of the treaty settlement body Tuhoronuku..Read more

Pay-for-PM party alarms greens
Greens co-leader Metiria Turei says the Maori Party’s fundraising hakari with the prime minister was unethical..Read more

More identifying as Maori
Census figures show that Maori continue to have a growing and relatively young population..Read more

Conditional approval for dam
Ngati Kahungunu Iwi Incorporated is welcoming the decision by the board of inquiry into the proposed Ruataniwha Dam to impose stronger conditions on water quality in the Tukituki catchment..Read more

Small boost for Maori science
The government is to spend up to $5 million over the next two years boosting Maori science..Read more

Royal reminder of colonialism
Mana Party president Annette Sykes says the tour of New Zealand by the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge is a new expression of colonialism..Read more

Toxic trust warned to grow up
What judges have described as toxic relationships at the main treaty claim funding body look set to continue, with the High Court refusing to intervene in a dispute over membership of the Crown Forestry Rental Trust..Read more

Historic sitting for Auckland Council
Auckland Council will hold its monthly meeting at Orakei Marae on Thursday..Read more

Sykes lists Dotcom gaps
The Megaupload magnate addressed Mana’s annual meeting in Rotorua on the weekend about the benefits of joining the Internet Party’s potential list vote harvest with Hone Harawira’s prospects of retaining Te Tai Tokerau..Read more

Radio awards celebrate diversity
One of the organisers of the second Iwi Radio Awards says it was a great opportunity to emphasis what makes Maori radio different from mainstream or even community radio..Read more

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Waatea English 17/04/2014 - PM17 Apr 2014 15:15
Presenter: Kura Ratapu
Waatea English 17/04/2014 - Midday17 Apr 2014 11:51
Presenter: Dale Husband
Waatea English 17th April 2014-am17 Apr 2014 07:27
Presenter Dale Husband
Waatea English 16/04/2014 - PM16 Apr 2014 15:03
Presenter: Kura Ratapu
Waatea English 16/04/2014 - Midday16 Apr 2014 11:54
Presenter: Kura Ratapu
Waatea english 16 april 2014-AM16 Apr 2014 08:09
Presenter Dale Husband
Waatea english 15th april 2014- PM15 Apr 2014 14:54
Presenter: Kura Ratapu
Waatea english 15th april 2014- Midday15 Apr 2014 11:54
Presenter Dale Husband
Waatea english 15th april 2014-am15 Apr 2014 07:33
Presenter Dale Husband
Waatea English 14/04/2014 - PM14 Apr 2014 14:48
Presenter: Kura Ratapu
Waatea English 14/04/2014 - Midday14 Apr 2014 12:18
Presenter: Dale Husband
Waatea engllish 14 april 2014-AM14 Apr 2014 07:42
Presenter Dale Husband
Waatea english 10 april 2014-PM11 Apr 2014 15:03
Presenter: Kura Ratapu
Waatea english 10 april 2014-Midday11 Apr 2014 12:45
Presenter: Erana Fenton
Waatea english 11th april 2014-AM11 Apr 2014 07:45
Presenter Dale Husband
English 10/04/2014 - PM10 Apr 2014 15:18
Presenter: Erana Fenton
English 10/04/2014 - Midday10 Apr 2014 13:39
Presenter: Dale Husband
Waatea english 10 april 2014-AM10 Apr 2014 07:36
Presenter Dale Husband
Waatea English 09/04/2014 - PM09 Apr 2014 14:42
Presenter: Kura Ratapu
Waatea English 09/04/2014 - Midday09 Apr 2014 12:00
Presenter: Kura Ratapu
Waatea english 9th april 2014-AM09 Apr 2014 07:27
Presenter Dale Husband
Waatea English 08/04/2014 - PM08 Apr 2014 15:00
Presenter: Kura Ratapu
Waatea English 08/04/2014 - Midday08 Apr 2014 12:15
Presenter: Kura Ratapu
Waatea English 07/04/2014 - PM07 Apr 2014 15:06
Presenter: Kura Ratapu
Waatea English 07/04/2014 - Midday07 Apr 2014 11:54
Presenter: Kura Ratapu
Waatea english 7th april 2014-AM07 Apr 2014 07:36
Presenter Dale Husband
Waatea english 4th april 2014 - PM04 Apr 2014 14:42
Presenter: Erana Fenton
Waatea english 4th april 2014-Midday04 Apr 2014 14:00
Presenter Dale Husband
Waatea english 4th april 2014-am04 Apr 2014 07:36
Presenter Dale Husband
Waatea English 03/04/2014 - PM03 Apr 2014 14:54
Presenter: Kura Ratapu
Waatea English 03/04/2014 - Midday03 Apr 2014 12:03
Presenter: Kura Ratapu
Waatea english 3rd April 2014-am03 Apr 2014 07:42
Presenter Dale Husband
Waatea English 02/04/2014 - PM02 Apr 2014 15:03
Presenter: Kura Ratapu
Waatea English 02/04/2014 - Midday02 Apr 2014 12:03
Presenter: Kura Ratapu
Waatea english 2nd April 2014-AM02 Apr 2014 07:36
Presenter Dale Husband
Waatea English 01/04/2014 - PM01 Apr 2014 14:45
Presenter: Kura Ratapu
Waatea English 01/04/2014 - Midday01 Apr 2014 12:12
Presenter: Kura Ratapu
Waatea english 1st April 2014-AM01 Apr 2014 07:27
Presenter Dale Husband
Waatea English 31/03/2014 - PM31 Mar 2014 14:48
Presenter: Kura Ratapu
Waatea English 31/03/2014 - Midday31 Mar 2014 11:45
Presenter: Erana Fenton
Waatea english 31 mar 2014-AM31 Mar 2014 07:33
Presenter Dale Husband
Waatea english 28 mar 2014 - PM28 Mar 2014 13:21
Presenter: Kura Ratapu
Waatea english 28 mar 2014 - Midday28 Mar 2014 11:45
Presenter Dale Husband
Waatea english 28 mar 2014-AM28 Mar 2014 07:36
Presenter Dale Husband
Waatea English 27/03/2014 - PM27 Mar 2014 14:57
Presenter: Kura Ratapu
Waatea english 27 mar 2014-AM27 Mar 2014 07:45
Presenter Dale Husband
Waatea English 26/03/2014 - PM26 Mar 2014 14:57
Presenter: Kura Ratapu
Waatea English 26/03/2014 - Midday26 Mar 2014 11:09
Presenter: Kura Ratapu
Waatea english 26 Mar 2014-AM26 Mar 2014 07:27
Presenter Dale Husband
Waatea english 25/03/2014 - PM25 Mar 2014 14:18
Presenter: Kura Ratapu
Waatea english 25/03/2014 - Midday25 Mar 2014 11:45
Presenter: Kura Ratapu
Waatea english 25 mar 2014-am25 Mar 2014 07:57
Presenter Dale Husband
Waatea English 24/03/2014 - PM24 Mar 2014 15:57
Presenter: Kura Ratapu
Waatea English 24/03/2014 - Midday24 Mar 2014 12:15
Presenter: Erana Fenton
Waatea english 24 mar 2014-am24 Mar 2014 07:39
Presenter Dale Husband
Waatea English 21/03/2014 - PM21 Mar 2014 15:12
Presenter: Kura Ratapu
Waatea English 21/03/2014 - Midday21 Mar 2014 12:15
Presenter: Erana Fenton

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Te Wahanga Parakuihi 17042014 - Cath Cardiff
Cath Cardiff | Top kapa haka groups, dance company Black Grace and writer Witi Ihimaera are among more than 200 New Zealand artists who will take part in arts festivals in Edinburgh this August.
Te Wahanga Parakuihi 17042014 - Shane Jones
Labour List MP Shane Jones with his weekly political overview of political events appealing to and involving te ao Maori
Te Wahanga Parakuihi 17042014 - Hone Harawira
Mana held their AGM last weekend and with sepculation on the relationship between Mana and Kim Dotcoms Internet Party Hone Harawira talks with Dale Husband
Te Wahanga Parakuihi 17042014 - Kevin Hackwell
Kevin Hackwell | Independent conservation organisation Forest and Bird says the Board of Inquiry that this week granted consent for the Ruataniwha irrigation dam has failed to account for the overall environmental damage the project would cause, if it is
Te Wahanga Parakuihi 17042014 - Ray Ahipene Mercer
Ray Ahipene Mercer | The New Zealand Coalition to End Homelessness (NZCEH) congratulates the Wellington City Council who endorsed ˜Te Mahana Homelessness Strategy. The strategy is unique in incorporating a Maori perspective alongside a best practice
Te Wahanga Parakuihi 17042014 - Ben Dalton
Ministry of Primary Industries Ben Dalton | The Federation of Maori Authorities is welcoming the announcement that agri-business projects it put forward on behalf of its membership and Maori farmers have been awarded grants from the Sustainable Farming F
Harawira's deal with Dotcom raises issues
The criticism around Hone Harawira doing a deal with Kim Dotcom is not only unfair but raises questions of hypocrisy and racism.
Trust needs shakeup
Unlike many critics I refuse to accept that the Kohanga Reo National Trust is an organisation that reeks of corruption.
Debate makes MP damaged goods
The polls might be stacked against Labour at this stage but the way they have pursued the Judith Collins story over the milk company debate shows they are not out of the race by a long way.
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