We speak to the couple behind the controversial nude photo taken on the summit of Mount Taranaki. International Director Gurinder Chadha speaks to us about her latest movie Viceroy’s House. We talk to Marama Davidson who is Green Party’s Tāmaki Makaurau candidate.
We speak to Andrew Little and Willie Jackson about the Labour List and Jackson’s ranking. We also talk to the person who filmed the latest ‘synthetic cannabis’ video online . Finally, Kīmai Tocker discusses the death of her sister who had an asthma attack.
Heta Gardiner discusses The Labour Party’s delayed party list announcement that includes 4 new Māori MPs. TV One’s The Naked Choir judge Matt Gifford talks about the new series. Josh Cesan shares Auckland’s Identity Dance Company success at NZ Hip Hop Champs.
On Kawe Kōrero tonight, 10 per cent of boys in New Zealand are still being circumcised due to religious and cultural practice, we speak to both Dr Lance O’Sullivan and spokesperson for Plunket New Zealand. Wiremu Mato talks to us about Kī-o-rahi kicking off for the first time tomorrow at the 2017 World Masters Games.
Mereana Hond speaks on war-torn Yemen, where millions are without food. 10-year old Facebook hero, Jaelee Nathan and whānau join us. Mereana Selby pushes for Ōtaki to become a bilingual town. Piki Skerret-White gives us the latest news in his rohe. Hip Hop International New Zealand Director Natasha Kemp, joins us.
Motukaraka Island remains unsold, Haami Piripi speaks regarding where the iwi stand. Wallace Aramoana discusses his iwi’s e-coli polluted pipi beds. Piriwiritua Rūrawhe campaigns for funds to help restorations for Rātana church. We speak to actors from the latest play to hit the stage. Finally Reuben Collier receives a MNZM for services to television and Māori.
Ross Bell, Executive Director of the NZ Drug Foundation, talks about the latest Bath Salts video on the internet. Charelle Stevenson, a local business owner affected by the Edgecumbe flooding, speaks on the government business relief package. We wrap up with news from Te Kāea.