We think Māori Television is an awesome broadcaster, and this page highlights some of their equally awesome online content - courtesy of the Māori Television website, the Māori Television Channel on YouTube and @maoritv on Twitter.

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The legacy Princess Te Puea left as a leader in the women's movement of the 1960's and 1970's continues at a South Auckland marae named in her honour....
The success of the Black Ferns is inspiring young girls to play rugby judging by the latest figures released by New Zealand Rugby.  In fact, women’s participation is the only significant growth area...
Rugby sevens has gained popularity across the globe following another world cup win from our national sides.  Now New Zealand Rugby is looking to its Ignite7 programme to lead the next...
One hundred and twenty-five years since NZ women were granted the vote, the government has introduced the Equal Pay Amendment Bill, which aims to make it easier to lodge pay...

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Experienced broadcaster Shane Taurima (Rongomaiwahine, Ngāti Kahungunu) joins the Māori Television Executive team in the interim position of Deputy Chief Executive – Organisational Transition, to lead the organisation’s change work programme through until 30 June 2019.
Māori Television and E tū union have reached a settlement that reflects the expectations of both parties.
The on-going commitment to strengthening te reo Māori is further reinforced with the launch of the Crown’s draft Māori language strategy, the Maihi Karauna.