TWP 20112014 - John Albert|
The SS Ventnor went down off the Hokianga coast in 1902 with the remains of 499 Chinese miners on board.Documentary producer and Ventnor Project Group leader John Albert spent three years searching for the wreck.
TWP 20112014 - Marama Fox|
Maori Party co leader Marama Fox also pays tribute to Te Orohi Paul. Marama was also in Australia as part of the G20 Interfaith Conference bought together MP's from around the world.
TWP 20112014 - Pem Bird|
Former Maori Party President Pem Bird pays tribute to the passing of fomer Maori Party Vice President Te Orohi Paul.
TWP 20112014 - Joe Lose|
Waipareira have just held their AGM and they have a big sports week coming up this weekend Waipareira Comms Manager Joe Lose talks with Dale
TWP 20112014 - Lawrence Wharerau|
Lawrence Wharerau from Nga Taonga Sound and Vision and Heritage New Zealand Pouhere Taonga are excited to present a programme of over 20 home movie, newsreel, and television excerpts celebrating Ngai Tahu history, screened in seven local marae from Christchurch down to Bluff. The films, made between 1910 and 2008, feature Ngai Tahu people, land, and traditions.
Manako 20112014 - Pt 2 Tina Wickliffe|
Turanga FM Reporter Tina Wickliffe | How can Labour mend their disunity. The passing of Maori Party stalwart and former party vice president Te Orohi Paul
Manako 20112014 - Pt 5 Professor John Moorfleld|
Professor John Moorfield | Te Ipukarea book award for Kia Ronaki
Manako 20112014 - Pt 6 Meng Foon|
Gisborne Mayor Meng Foon | Giga-Digital will greatly benefit Turanga
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.
OPINION: John Key’s comment about advising the Chilean president that there was a Kiwi in her country, who she wouldn’t want to invite for lunch, went horribly wrong although it was intended as a joke.
Key on the right track|
OPINION: The war against terrorism is a no win situation for Prime Minister John Key. He’s damned if he doesn’t do enough and damned if he does too much and goes over the top.
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