Paakiwaha 24112014 - 3 Waihoroi Shortland|
Waihoroi Shortland is the chair of Ngati Hine. He talks with Willie Jackson about the release Te Paparahi O Te Raki and where Ngati Hine is at present in regards to ongoing mandating issues with Tuhoronuku
Paakiwaha 24112014 - 4 Paora Maxwell|
Maori Television have appointed Maramena Roderick to replace Julian Wilcox as the interim Head of News and Current Affairs. Willie Jackson talks with Maori TV CEO Paora Maxwell about the appointment
TWP 25112014 - Carmen Hetaraka|
Carmen Hetaraka from Aotea | Kawa Marae was opened in the weekend at Aotea.
TWP 25112014 - Mapihi Raharuhi|
Mapihi Raharuhi | Waka Hourua held their first national hui fono - Bringing families together to prevent suicide
TWP 25112014 - Louisa Wall|
Manurewa MP Louisa Wall | The line up for the Labour Party was announced yesterday although no high placings for Louisa but she still keeps her youth affairs and associate sport and recreations portfolios
TWP 25112014 - Kelvin Davis|
Tai Tokerau MP Kelvin Davis | Today is White Ribbon Day and one of Kelvins formal responsibilites for the Labour Party is police, domestic violence and sexual violence.
TWP 25112014 - Len Brown|
Auckland Mayor Len Brown| The mayor has just returned from his trip to China. Len Brown also pays tribute Eru Thompson
Manako 25112014 - Pt 3 Bishop Kito Pikaahu|
Bishop Kito Pikaahu |A bishops crozier carved to celebrate the centenary of the arrival of Christian missionaries in Aotearoa has been symbolically returned to Maori. The staff, shaped like a shepherds crook, was presented to Maori Anglican Bishop Kito Pikaahu at at the Church of the Holy Sepulchre in Khyber Pass on Sunday.
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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