A nationwide high school book tour by an inspirational Māori role model is the subject of an eight-part web series – #YESTOSUCCESS – launching exclusively on Māori Television’s MĀORI+ app and website this Monday 18 October 2021.
From Cape Reinga to the Bluff, Robett David Hollis (Ngāti Porou) and his team embarked on a humourous and heartfelt mission speaking to thousands of teenagers about dreaming bigger and saying #YESTOSUCCESS.
New Zealand’s first-ever SUPER SATURDAY VAXATHON will be broadcast live on Māori Television this Saturday 16 October 2021 from 12.00 PM to 8.00 PM.
Tāhuhu Rangapū (Chief Executive) of Māori Television, Shane Taurima, says a new record for Māori vaccinations was set earlier this week with more than 30,000 doses given to whānau Māori and the Vaxathon will help push these numbers even higher.
Sir Pita Sharples and Che Fu were honoured for their contributions to Māori music while Troy Kingi and L.A.B. picked up multiple awards at the WAIATA MĀORI MUSIC AWARDS 2021 held in the Hawke’s Bay tonight (Saturday 9 October 2021).
Māori Television game show presenter Luke Bird of LUCKY DIP fame and radio personality and MC extraordinaire Kiino Krystal Edwards, will host the 14TH ANNUAL WAIATA MĀORI MUSIC AWARDS to be streamed on MĀORI+ and māoritelevision.com on Saturday 9 October 2021 at 7.00 PM.
Diehard fans of bilingual rangatahi drama AHIKĀROA are poised to ‘binge-watch’ when Māori Television launches the final 10 episodes in the sensational fourth season on its MĀORI+ app and website this Sunday October 10 at 6.30 PM.
The past, present and future of an isolated community on New Zealand’s remotest island is the subject of a stunning seven-part documentary series premiering on Māori Television on Monday 11 October 2021 at 8.00 PM.
CHATHAM ISLANDERS: TCHAKAT TCHATAM AIRANI is a rare insight into life for the 600-strong population which co-exists on the far-flung archipelago in the middle of the ocean.
A mother cleared of killing her baby whose bid for compensation has been blocked by the Justice Minister speaks to presenter Moana Maniapoto on TE AO WITH MOANA – screening on Māori Television at 8.00 PM tonight (Monday 4 October 2021).