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Māori Television reports from the show Kawe Kōrero Reporters

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Taonga puoro helping to heal a nation

Jerome Kavanagh, a taonga puoro specialist, is tapping the sacred sounds of traditional Māori instruments to help heal people from the earthquake-ravaged town of Palu in Indonesia deal with their post-traumatic stress. 


Respect from Read for wounded Springboks

All Black captain Kieran Read dispelled any thoughts of complacency one day out from their last home test of the year. Their opponents, the Springboks, have had a rocky Rugby Tournament so far – losing consecutive tests to the Pumas and Wallabies.


Fraudster a family friend to CEO of Waitangi National Trust

Waitangi National Trust CEO Greg McManus revealed to Kawekōrero that he’d known Wallace Tamamotu Te Ahuru since he was 16, considered him a family friend and felt personally betrayed by his actions to defraud the Waitangi National Trust.


Waitangi Trust CEO denies mistakes were made

The Waitangi Trust CEO Greg McManus acknowledges that they need to take responsibility for the $1.2 million taken from the trust by a former staffer, but doesn’t believe mistakes were made on their end. 


Noeline Taurua remains committed to Lightning until end of 2019

In an interview with Māori Television, former Silver Fern player Noeline Taurua, coach of Sunshine Coast Lightning netball team reiterates her commitment to the team until the end 2019. However, it doesn't rule out a future as the next Silver Ferns coach that she is poised to take on in the new year.

Kawe Kōrero - Reporters, Series 2 Episode 108

Political Reporter Heta Gardiner joins us with Kelvin Davis the first Māori to be named deputy leader for the Labour Party. Former Gallery Reporter Roihana Nuri gives his latest thoughts in the political world. 1 August 2017 marks the beginning of Māori Music Mouth; we speak with Tawaroa Kawana from Maimoa Music, nominated for best video for their song 'Wairua'.