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Korero Mai Ki Au - 10th and 11th November

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Korero Mai Ki Au - Summary of Kaupapa 10th and 11th November

Saturday 12.00 - 12.30pm
Sunday 12.00 - 12.30pm

E whai ake nei ko tetahi korero whakamaarama e paa ana ki taa matou hotaka e kiia nei ko "Korero Mai Ki Ahau."

Hosted by Ngawai Herewini

Saturday – 10th Novemebr 2012 - Noon - 12:30 – Repeated at 5 pm

Tom Roa - This week the Government busted through the billion dollar cap for treaty settlements in it's last financial move, triggering the relativity clause in the first two major historical claim settlements.

Waikato-Tainui, is in line for another $70 million, while Ngai Tahu gets about $68 million.

Ngawai Herewini speaks with Chairman of Te Kauhanganui Tom Roa, about what the relativity clause is all about, what it means to the iwi and the foresight of rangatira, the likes of Sir Robert Mahuta and Sir Tipene O’Regan to have such a forward thinking clause included.

Sunday – 11th November 2012 - Noon - 12:30 – Repeated at 5pm

Te Ururoa Flavell - 'Last Monday nights Native Affairs poll confirms what most people think anyway" said MANA President Annette Sykes. "That Hone Harawira is the only politician fighting for Maori rights".
"(Harawira got 32%, Sharples 16%, Turia 12% and Turei 8%) but it was a clear-cut victory for him and for MANA" said Sykes. "Hone first, daylight second").

Is the Maori Party in trouble, will they suffer the fate of the many other minor party coalition partners that have gone before them. Has the Maori Party lost touch with Maori voters.

Ngawai speaks with Maori Party Waiariki MP Te Ururoa Flavell about the results of the Native Affairs poll, and why aren’t Maori voters getting the message and staying loyal to the Party.

Ma Waatea ma te reo hei whakamarama

Korero Mai Ki Ahau a half hour features programme every Saturday and Sunday from noon, which takes an in – depth look at issues affecting te ao Maori. Totally in te reo Maori brought to you by Waatea News in association with Te Mangai Paho.

Songs: At the end of Tom Roa's Interview, Leon Wharekura - Taku Moemoea 2:59
At the end of Te Ururoa Flavell's Interview, Ruia Aperehama - Nei Raa to Kii 6:59

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