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Scotty Morrison, pictured with wife Stacey, is at the forefront of the Maori language revival. Photo / Norrie Montgomery Native Maori speakers are confused by "new" words on news shows and are having to rely on subtitles to understand broadcasts,
Broadcaster says the Maori language would be in an even more perilous state without its efforts Kai Time On The Road with Peter Peeti. The percentage of Maori fluent in te reo fell by almost 5 per cent between 2006 and 2013, Census figures show, but
Auckland [ change ] Fine Max 23° Min 13° Flavell calls out Labour Maori Party, Fuseworks March 27, 2014, 6:28 pm Maori Party Co-leader Te Ururoa Flavell is calling on Labour's Maori MPs to put the kaupapa of Maori Television ahead of party politics. "
Game of Thrones for instance - but that won't work for Maori TV which already has a dragon on its board. "Georgina Te Heu Heu has meddled in the appointments process for the CEO, and that's something that suits the National government. "Maori TV can,
After many trials the channel is for all of us, says Nick Grant...Maori Television is now so tightly woven into the fabric of Aotearoa New Zealand's media landscape it's easy to forget it wasn't always so. Documentary Through the Lens , which screens
The Maori Television board last month rejected major changes as it pushed for the appointment of a contentious applicant 4 Comments Duo use techniques from reality-TV shows to help companies tell their stories...Businesses word-wide are scrambling
Accounts show its commercial arm is owed nearly $200,000 by members...The loans are all paid from the commercial arm of the trust, Te Pataka Ohanga (TPO) Ltd, which is now the focus of a complaint to the Serious Fraud Office. The referral followed
Maori and Pacific unit general manager Paora Maxwell tipped to be appointed...The board also turned down an offer from Mr Kenrick to discuss the background to Mr Maxwell's performance before leaving in January 2013 under a negotiated resignation...
Auckland [ change ] Partly cloudy Max 24° Min 16° More concerns over Maori Television CEO Felix Marwick, Newstalk ZB March 18, 2014, 5:25 am A hue and cry is being raised once again over the CEO appointment process at Maori Television...He says the
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