He Waiata Hou: Aotearoa
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Manako 25072014 - Pt 4 of 6 Annette Sykes|
Mana Waiariki candidate Annette Sykes | The Mana Party have launced their Te Reo Maori Strategy
TWP 25072014 - Pem Bird|
Former Maori Party President Pem Bird | Pem pays tribute to the Maori Party co leaders who will retire from parliament and to their contribution to politics.
TWP 25072014 - Willie Te Aho|
Willie Te Aho | Fred Graham unveiling a pou on the banks of the Waikato River. Codes have been developed for roopuu performing at this years Secondary Kapa Haka Nationals to watch online but they will only have access to their particular roopuu.
TWP 25072014 - Paul Majurey|
Paul Majurey | The Tamaki Makaurau Settlement passed its final stages in Parliament. Paul Majurey from the Hauraki Collective and are part of the Tamaki collective gives his views
TWP 25072014 - Harko Brown|
Harko Brown | Tomorrow Saturday 26 July is the annual Nga Manu Aute - Kite Day at Takaparawhau. Harko helps to reconnect our rangatahi tamariki to Maori games of yesteryear.
Manako 25072014 - Pt 1 of 6 Waihoroi Shortland|
Waihoroi Shortland | Waihoroi reflects on the political careers of Maori Party co leaders Tariana Turia and Dr Pita Sharples
Manako 25072014 - Pt 2 of 6 Dallas Seymour|
Dallas Seymour | Former All Black Dallas Seymour wants all New Zealand towns and cities to permanently take on their Maori names.
TWP 25072014 - Clarke Raymond|
Associate Professor Clarke Raymond | To coincide with MaĀori Language Week Waiariki Institute of Technology is pleased to launch New Zealands first NZQA-approved qualification that is delivered using an interactive mobile device application
Sad for Claudette|
WILLIE JACKSON OPINION: I’m disappointed that National list MP Claudette Hauiti has pulled the pin on her political career.
Collins in trouble again|
OPINION: Just when Justice Minister Judith Collins thought it was safe to start swimming again in the political pool, another jaws like scandal has emerged that could take the air out of her inflatable life jacket.
Ministerís Maori Language Strategy Is Wrong|
OPINION: It seems unbelievable that the Minister of Maori Affairs Pita Sharples is intent on returning the leadership of the Maori language back to the tribes.
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