CW2014: Tainui woman could end 28-year wrestling drought at Games
A Tainui woman could end New Zealand's 28 year medal drought for wrestling at the Commonwealth Games. Tayla Ford makes her first games appearance tonight and she’s determined to do well.
Politicians warned of Maui’s dolphins on the brink of extinction
It's a last ditch effort to save Maui’s dolphin. A petition signed by tens of thousands was handed over to politicians today. They want the Government to take action to save the species which is on the brink of extinction.
Tūhoronuku names its 22 member authority
The reconstituted Tūhoronuku Independent Mandated Authority has announced its new members who will be responsible for negotiating Ngāpuhi’s historic treaty claims. But they face a tough road ahead.
James Rolleston makes his kapa haka debut at secondary school nationals
Kura Ki Uta from Opotiki wowed the crowd at the National Secondary Schools Kapa Haka Competitions in Gisborne with their stellar performance. Among their ranks was NZ film star James Rolleston who isn’t exactly known for his role on the kapa haka stage, rather for his role on the big screen. Our reporter Rapaera Tawhai caught up with him.
Te Wero: Iwi radio take on elections
A billionaire, a man of the cloth, a transgender. Yes, the election campaign is upon us and Māori radio has the country covered. Marae reporter Ngahuia Wade with this story for Te Karere.
Pounamu carver heads to China to further his skills
He's been carving pounamu for a decade but he's still looking to improve his skills. Niki Nepia has been selected for a three month trip to China, a country renowned for its jade carvings. Hinerangi Goodman caught up with Nepia doing what he does best.