Tonight on Kawe Kōrero we gather tributes to entertainer Bunny Walters from Māori artists Mark Williams in Sydney and Brannigan Kaa. We cross to our political reporter Heta Gardiner for an update from the Beehive and we chat to Warrant Officer Jack Rudolf from the New Zealand Navy celebrating their 75th anniversary.
Highlights tonight on Kawe Kōrero include an interview with the first ever Māori deputy prime minister Paula Bennertt after her first day on the job, we interview Jennifer Ward-Lealand about her up and coming Christmas show and we hear from Greenpeace campaigner Mike Smith about the impact of seismic testing off the east coast.
Highlights on Kawe Korero tonight: Māori claimants fight for their water rights, predictions sway towards Joseph Parker for the WBO heavyweight tomorrow and Orini Kaipara returns to Kaikoura post-earthquake.
Highlights on Kawe Kōrero this evening include an update with Heta Gardiner about the new prime minister Bill English, Māori leaders aim for Matariki next year to introduce Māori history into the national curriculum and personal trainer Tiare Tawera continues to sculpture bodies for the Matatini stage.
Tonight on KAWE we update the battle for deputy prime minister, Ngāti Hau elders take aim at Citibank in a bid to stop goldmining on Puhipuhi mountain in Northland and we chat with Whanganui River elder Gerard Albert about the Wanganui River bill in parliament for the second reading.