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Rāhina 08 Pipiri 2015

Published: 7:34PM Monday June 08, 2015

  • Jerry Collins. (Source: ONE News)
    Jerry Collins. - Source: ONE News

Tributes continue for Jerry Collins

Tributes continue to pour in for the former All Black and Hurricanes legend Jerry Collins. Hundreds of people in the small French town of Narbonne held a silent march for the famous All Black and his partner Alana Madill who've become locals. Closer to home, Jerry’s former team is preparing to honour their friend the best way possible.

Final farewell for Tūhoe matriarch Te Uruhina McGarvey

Tūhoe matriarch Te Uruhina McGarvey was laid to rest today. She was a staunch advocate for instilling Tūhoe customs, traditions and language into the next generation.

Dark Horse takes out top Seattle Film Festival award

The Dark Horse has received Best Film Award at the Seattle Film Festival in America. The film's star Cliff Curtis also won the Best Actor Award. Curtis plays Genesis Pōtini a bipolar speed chess champion from Gisborne who coaches a local team. Last month the Dark Horse won People’s Choice Award at the San Francisco International Film Festival.

Relationships Aotearoa clients have nowhere to go, says Greens

The Green Party says victims of violence and sexual abuse are set to feel the pinch with the closure of Relationships Aotearoa.

Labour calls for reassurances over editorial independence at Māori TV

Politicians are now asking questions following the sudden resignation of Māori TV presenter Mihi Forbes last week. Labour wants assurances from the Minister of Māori Development that there's editorial independence at the station.

‘Who are you without your language?’

Te Reo Māori stalwart Aroha Paenga asks the question; who are you without your language? She’s spent the last 40 years advocating for Te Reo as a kōhanga reo and kura kaupapa Māori teacher, now she shares her view on the revitalisation efforts as the Māori language bill is reviewed.

Māori podiatrist opens private practice

Cynthia Strickland has long worked in podiatry at marae-based services and now it's finally come time for her to stand on her own two feet. Strickland opened her private practice only a day ago, and today, sat down with our reporter Pere Wihongi.

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