Māori Television alongside mana whenua hosted iwi leaders, politicians and media personalities during its official opening ceremony at its new Auckland premises this morning.
Māori Television formally opened its new premises at 433 East Tāmaki road, south Auckland early this morning - in a ceremony attended by the Minister for Māori Development Hon Te Ururoa Flavell and other Members of Parliament, iwi, local community representatives, schools and industry partners.
News of the passing of the legendary Sir Colin Meads this week has reached all corners of the globe. In the Far North today, Te Kāea caught up with another legendary figure of that era, the famous halfback Sid Going.
Newly crowned Miss Universe New Zealand Harlem-Cruz Atarangi Ihaia was welcomed back to her home town of Napier today with a special parade along the main street, a first for the town.
Te Tatau o Te Arawa chairman Te Taru White is calling for Te Arawa to be at the centre of Rotorua's geothermal energy conversation following National's $150,000 announcement to explore geothermal opportunities in the Bay of Plenty.
Green Party co-leader James Shaw is confident the Green Party and Labour are still “BFFs” in terms of preferred coalition partners after the election.