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  1. Video for Māori Television announces shift to South Auckland
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    Māori Television announces shift to South Auckland

    Māori Television has selected a south Auckland site as the location for its new headquarters.

  2. Video for Budget 2016- Funding boost for revitalisation of Te Reo Māori
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    Budget 2016- Funding boost for revitalisation of Te Reo Māori

    Budget 2016 provides $34.6 million of operating funding over four years to support the revitalisation of te reo Māori across key Māori language initiatives.

  3. Video for Tributes continue to flow for Tanara Whairiri ki Tawhiti Ngata
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    Tributes continue to flow for Tanara Whairiri ki Tawhiti Ngata

    Māori politicians and former colleagues of Tanara Whairiri ki Tawhiti Ngata continue to pay tribute to the veteran broadcaster today after losing his battle to cancer yesterday.

  4. Māori Television mourns the death of distinguished broadcaster Whai Ngata

    Distinguished broadcaster and master communicator Whai Ngata, who reported on and witnessed many landmark events in New Zealand’s social history for more 30 years, died this morning at Auckland Hospital, after a long illness. He was 74.

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    Broadcasting mourns the loss of Māori industry leader

    A leader of Māori broadcasting has passed away in Auckland this morning. Tanara Whairiri Ngata, also known as Whai Ngata passed away at Auckland Hospital after an illness, he was 74. 

  6. Video for Labour Māori caucus criticise TVNZ survey
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    Labour Māori caucus criticise TVNZ survey

    The Labour Maori caucus have hit out against a survey by TVNZ stating that one question is leading and bias against Māori. The survey called 'Kiwimeter' includes a question asking participants if they think 'Māori get special treatment'.

  7. Video for Pouroto Ngaropo to help achieve Māori TV bilingual goal
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    Pouroto Ngaropo to help achieve Māori TV bilingual goal

    Māori Television welcomed Pouroto Ngaropo the new Head of People, Language and Culture, a new role established to maintain Māori language and customs to the highest standard.  Māori Television CEO Paora Maxwell hopes the new role will help achieve his new goal of making all workers bilingual by 2020.

  8. Video for Māori Broadcaster calls for iwi radio to air on RNZ
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    Māori Broadcaster calls for iwi radio to air on RNZ

    Veteran Māori broadcaster Willie Jackson says Iwi radio stations should be considered to air Māori programming at Radio New Zealand.

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    Māori Television to remain in Auckland

    Māori Television will remain in Auckland, it has been decided by the Māori Television board.  

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    Free-to-air sport and TV for the Pacific

    The Samoan Prime Minister Tuilaepa Aiono Sailele Malielegaoi hopes that the new broadcast initiative announced by New Zealand will stay permanently in the Pacific.

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