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    Maru Nihoniho appointed to Māori Television Board

    Māori Development Minister Te Ururoa Flavell has announced the appointment of Maru Eva Nihoniho to the Māori Television Board.

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    Te Kāea starts broadcasting from its new home in East Tāmaki tomorrow

    Te Kāea starts broadcasting from its new home in East Tāmaki tomorrow.  However, today, we continue our weekend special of stories covered by the news department over the years.

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    Reflecting back on some of the significant events covered by Te Kāea and Māori Television over the past 13 years

    This weekend, Māori Television moves to its new premises in East Tāmaki, so we've taken the opportunity to reflect back on some of the significant events covered by Te Kāea and Māori Television over the past 13 years. 

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    Sparks still fly over controversial series Jonah from Tonga

    Opinion remains divided over Māori Television’s decision to pull Australian comedian Chris Lilley’s show “Jonah from Tonga”. 

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    Māori Television has withdrawn the series Jonah from Tonga.

    Māori Television has withdrawn the series Jonah from Tonga.

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    REREĀTEA: Māori success to be celebrated at 2017 Matariki Awards

    Māori Television and Te Puni Kōkiri are excited to announce the finalists for 2017’s Matariki Awards.

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    Rachel House honoured for over 25 years in Performing Arts

    Rachel House of Ngāti Mutunga and Ngāi Tahu descent is now an Officer of the New Zealand Order of Merit for her contribution to Performing Arts.

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    Accessibility and content engage Māori TV viewers

    Research has proven that Māori Television is playing a vital role in saving the Māori language.  Key findings reveal that the increase in language use and understanding of culture can be directly attributed to the network. 

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    Personal reasons influence Māori TV chief executive's decision to resign

    Māori Television CEO Paora Maxwell says he is leaving the broadcasting agency for personal reasons.  

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    Paora Maxwell announces resignation from Māori Television

    The chief executive of Māori Television Paora Maxwell has resigned from the broadcaster. 

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