Te Karere TVNZ
     

Te Karere TVNZ

Views

17.14 M

Subscribers

14.49 K

Joining Date:
2009-11-02

Views

5.82 M

Followers

82.14 K

Uploads

1950

V30:
3.04 K

ER30:
_ _

Followers

5.75 K

Country

Category

News & Politics

Profile Type

Creator

Te Karere Facebook Page Statistics

Total Views

5.82 M

Videos

1,950

Average Views/Video

2,985


Videos
  • Veteran printmaker, Marilynn Webb is this year's recipient of the Dame Te Ataairangikaahu Award. It's the honour that signifies the supreme award for excellence and achievement in Māori art. And as Whatitiri Te Wake - Te Karere reports, her works have featured in over 200 exhibitions globally spanning several decades.

      

  • A 14-year-old youth is on trial for the murder of rough sleeping Flaxmere man Kelly Donner.

      

  • The search for a teenager who was swept off rocks near Raglan is entering its third day.

      

  • Academy Award nominee Keisha Castle-Hughes and Mozzie actor Adam Saunders feature in a new film that explores the more familiar story of Māori rediscovering their indigenous identity back in Aotearoa NZ. 

Find Your Voice premieres this Wednesday. 

Te Rina Kowhai with this story.

      

  • Te Matatini meets the Riverdance! Kapa haka and Irish dance icons work together to promote their unique brand of dance. Irena Smith - Te Karere with this report.

      

  • Here’s our weather forecast from today's bulletin.

      

  • Here is an overview of some of the leading stories from today's bulletin.

      

  • It's eight years since the Pike River Mine disaster - West Coast iwi is set to play special role in re-entry to retrieve the remains of those lost in the disaster. Eruera Rerekura - Te Karere with this report.

      

  • While in Ireland, Te Matatini Society Incorporated CEO Carl Ross met with Julian Erskine, the executive producer of the world-famous Irish dance company Riverdance.

Could a collaboration be on the horizon? Mātakitaki mai i Te Karere ā te whā karaka mō te roanga o ngā kōrero.

      

  • All early childhood education centres could soon be staffed by fully qualified teachers. The idea is out for consultation after Education Minister Chris Hipkins released his draft plan for the sector for the next ten years. It also includes increasing the adult child ratio at centres and bettering working conditions.

      

  • There are many changes that coach Clayton McMillan has made in the team as the Māori All Blacks prepare to face Las Condes in Chile Sunday. McMillan says they have arrived at the last game of their historic Americas tour, so they should play their best team possible to finish the tour on a high.

      

  • There's a big battle in store in Dublin this weekend. The world number one All Blacks take on world number two, Ireland. Irena Smith went along to watch the All Blacks training and says the game has huge significance for the two smallest men in the All Blacks line-up.

      

Veteran printmaker, Marilynn Webb is this year's recipient of the Dame Te Ataairangikaahu Award. It's the honour that signifies the supreme award for excellence and achievement in Māori art. And as Whatitiri Te Wake - Te Karere reports, her works have featured in over 200 exhibitions globally spanning several decades.

 

 

Upload

2018-11-18

The above data represents video analysis and stats of Te Karere Facebook page