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Te Kaea title card generic
|Country of origin||New Zealand|
|Running time||30 minutes|
|Original network||Māori Television|
Te Kāea (or Te Kaea News as written on television guides) is a New Zealand television news show that airs on Māori Television at 6:30pm every day. It is repeated at 11:00pm the same day, with English subtitles.
Te Kāea also appears daily in Australia, through the connections with the WITBN network, of which Māori Television is apart of.
Te Kāea is anchored by Māori Television broadcasting stalwart, Piripi Taylor.
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