Allegations of Financial Mismanagement at Kohanga Reo National Trust emerge after #Native Affairs report
(NZHerald) There are allegations of financial mismanagement at the top of a Government-funded organisation whose objective is to help children learn Te Reo. To read background info on this story click here To read the Defamation Letter, TangataWhenua.com received for publishing a panui ...Continue Reading...
Maori TV to broadcast in Australia
TW.com Eds (we’re also waiting for all our wonderful Wananga to open campuses in Australia!) From Sunday 3 March, New Zealanders living in Australia will be able to watch TE KAEA, Maori Television’s flagship news programme every Sunday at 6pm on National Indigenous Television (NITV). ...Continue Reading...
Maori News is our Daily Commitment
It is a beautiful day here in Rotorua, as our daughter Hiona plays under the hose with her cousin Te Aroha, a cicada singing proudly in the background. For our little whanau, 2012 transitioned smoothly into 2013. It was awesome to know that we had mahi over the christmas break and that we would ...Continue Reading...
Te Mangai Paaho congratulates NZ Television Award nominees
The New Zealand Television Awards are to be held in Auckland on Saturday November 3rd. Congratulations’ to this year’s finalists. Best News OR Current Affairs Presenter: - Julian Wilcox, Native Affairs Te Mangai Paho Best Maori Language Programme: - Kia Ora Molweni, George Andrews Productions - ...Continue Reading...
Maori values lost in mainstream media
For a whole year, Auckland University student David Green watched the TV3 news every day. The only positive Maori story he can remember was about iwi donating money to research sea slugs. “It’s poor,” he says. “I believe [Maori news] coverage is generally negative.” New research from Massey ...Continue Reading...
Tune into Kurakura Pounamu on Tahu FM
MAURI ORA KIA TATOU KATOA Tune into the KURAKURA POUNAMU show from 10-2pm! YES THAT’S RIGHT you get an EXTRA HOUR with Waipounamu Te Karu on her show FOREVER Requests? shout outs? hola at your girl Waipounamu and she’ll get them out there for you a.s.a.p ...Continue Reading...
Kiwi immigration, te reo and farewell to soldiers (Maori Business Network) +video
Here is the latest clip from the Maori Business Network. Here’s how you can help keep up to date - share it with your contacts, tell us your news and subscribe to our youtube http://www.youtube.com/maorinetwork, like on http://www.facebook.com/MaoriNetwork TangataWhenua.com Eds: Mean ...Continue Reading...
Indigenous Media, Empowering Indigenous Voices – MP Pita Sharples
TangataWhenua.com Eds: On this day, the International Day of the World’s Indigenous People, sadly there is no mention whatsoever of the incredible work that Maori are doing online (NOT just in the way of social media) the websites that we have seen emerge (Maori-in-oz.com, MaoriNews.com, ...Continue Reading...
Paakiwaha Promo 7th May 2012
Tena koutou e whakarongo mai nei ki a Paakiwaha. Paakiwaha is an exciting weekly current affairs programme with a Maori perspective. Paakiwaha is hosted this week by Willie Jackson and broadcast by Radio Waatea with funding from New Zealand on Air. This week Willie interviews Mihi Puriri who is ...Continue Reading...
Te Reo Channel Re-Launch!
There will be more te reo on television from April with the re-launch of the 100 per cent Maori language channel, Te Reo. The channel, which turns four this year, is to extend its broadcast hours to include more children’s and youth programming. It is also launching a new live daily Maori ...Continue Reading...
- Remembering the 150th anniversary of the Battle of O-Rakau (+links)
- Parihaka leg-irons withdrawn after public outcry
- Kainga Tupu Maori Art Exhibition Opening, Melbourne, Friday 4th April, 7pm
- Treasure Rotorua campaign aims for Koutu to be ‘as safe as houses’
- Romiromi Health Clinic this March at Kuirau Marae, Rotorua
- BIG BREAK: our search for the writer of New Zealand’s next great movie