Kawe Kōrero is at the NZ Netball Awards; we return to Standing Rock; and we talk to the new Auckland councillor Efeso Collins about his family experience of racial discrimination at his swearing-in ceremony and the latest viral video for Tāreikura.
We speak to our journalists on the ground firstly with the US elections in Washington and then to our two sports teams in Chicago. Jamie Wall shares his issues in sport. Jeff Ruha joins us with the results of The Stage – Haka Fusion.
David Letele aka Brown Buttabean advocates for the prison release of his dying sister Vicki Letele. We facetime our Te Kāea reporters in U.S.A, Taiwan and our capital city Wellington. Finally, we wrap up the weekend’s sport teams.
Reuben Taipari wants to find culprits who have dumped animal carcass and rubbish into Ngā Kāroro awa. We facetime our Te Kāea reporters in Taiwan and Sydney. Will Flavell gives his political views on the US presidential elections.
Who will win the U.S. presidency? We talk to Taiha Molyneux and Bailey Mackey who are among the action in the United States. We are then joined by Haimona Maruera from Ngāti Ruanui, followed by Rangi Mclean from Manurewa Marae.
Kawe Kōrero pays tribute to the late Napi Waaka, we bring you reactions to Donald Trump’s election victory from a water protector at Standing Rock to a former CIA advisor living here in New Zealand. We also speak with the brother of terminally ill prisoner Vicky Letele who’s been granted release from the Parole Board.
Kawe Korero crossed to Te Kāea reporters in Cheviot and Wellington for news on the 7.5 magnitude earthquake. Māori historians give a cultural perspective to the earthquake. We farewelled haka exponent Napi Waaka.