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  1. Video for 'Waho impugned reputation of kōhanga reo trust' – Timoti Karetu
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    'Waho impugned reputation of kōhanga reo trust' – Timoti Karetu

    Timoti Karetu, the co-chair of the Kōhanga Reo National Trust at the time of Toni Waho's removal says if Mr Waho wasn't satisfied with how the trust was dealing with issues, he should have resigned. 

  2. Video for Waho did not bring the Trust into disrepute – Cathy Dewes
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    Waho did not bring the Trust into disrepute – Cathy Dewes

    According to a long serving member of the kōhanga reo movement Cathy Dewes, Toni Waho did not bring the trust into disrepute. Dewes was a witness in the High Court today in Toni Waho's case against the trust.

  3. Video for Brisbane Kōhanga Reo first of its kind
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    Brisbane Kōhanga Reo first of its kind

    Kōhanga Ēkara is an early childcare centre which is based in the Brisbane suburb of Eagleby. The first centre of its kind in Australia that teaches both Māori and English, the Kōhanga is also a place for parents to engage in the Māori language.

  4. Video for Former Kōhanga Trustee claiming $90,000
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    Former Kōhanga Trustee claiming $90,000

    Former Kōhanga Reo National trustee Toni Waho is claiming a stipend of nearly $90,000 for being wrongly dismissed. Waho was dismissed by the national trust in 2014 for bringing it into disrepute after he publicly questioned the trust’s financial affairs.

  5. Video for  Toni Waho states his case in court against Kōhanga reo
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    Toni Waho states his case in court against Kōhanga reo

    Toni Waho claims he did not bring the Kōhanga Reo Trust into disrepute.  He was the only witness today on the second day of the trial in Wellington.

  6. Video for Herita Toko receives QSM for commitment to Te Reo Māori and education
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    Herita Toko receives QSM for commitment to Te Reo Māori and education

    A woman who was punished for speaking her native tongue at school has received a Queen's Service Medal for her contribution to the Kōhanga Reo Movement and revitalisation of Te Reo. 85-year-old Herita Toko was recognised for her efforts at Government House in Auckland.

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    Reo Pēpi releases second bilingual book series aimed at under fives

     Dunedin māmā duo Kitty Brown and Kirsten Parkinson say they have had a “massive” response to their unique, bilingual books and are delighted to be launching a new series.

  8. Video for Native Affairs – The Judgement Part 1
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    Native Affairs – The Judgement Part 1

    Tonight our two part exclusive reveals a vitally important case that's headed to the High Court. It involves a little girl who has been stopped by a Family Court from attending her kura kaupapa.

  9. Video for Native Affairs – The Judgement Part 2
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    Native Affairs – The Judgement Part 2

    In part two of our exclusive, we look at a family court decision stopping a little girl from learning the Māori language at a kura kaupapa primary. It is a unique ruling. 

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    Court rules no Māori immersion school for child

    A family court has ruled a seven-year-old girl be removed from her full immersion, reo Māori school because her father doesn't speak Māori and feels excluded.

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