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Wrapping up te wiki o te reo Māori

Maanu Paul shares the kōrero behind whakatauki by Te Kani-a-Takirau
1 day ago in Te Reo o te Rangatira

He pātaka kupu nō Te Kao

As we celebrate te wiki o te reo Māori it's time to also reuse kupu from the haukāinga
1 day ago in Te Reo o te Rangatira

Enhance the revitalisation of our language

Manuhiri to Aotearoa should not be afraid to learn Te Reo Maori
1 day ago in Te Pā Harakeke

Seeking New Sponsor for Snapper Bonanza 2022

Impact of Covid has left the organisers of New Zealands biggest Fishing Contest in limbo
1 day ago in Te Pā Harakeke

Support continues for Te Rarawa in Level 2

Te Kahu o Taonui have been working hard to provide whānau with kai as hard times roll through Level 2
1 day ago in Kuaka Mārangaranga

Oprah Winfrey's book club acknowledges "Aroha"

Dr Hinemoa Elder shares a connection to Te Taiao and a deeper connection to Te Ao Maori in her book "Aroha"
1 day ago in Kuaka Mārangaranga

Infusing Mātauranga Māori with Science

Dr Kepa Morgan has been appointed to the ESR Panel and aims to infuse te ao Māori and our hononga to this specific field of mahi
1 day ago in Kuaka Mārangaranga

New single "Kōkiri" honors te reo Māori Advocates

Future generations will not know the struggle our kaumātua and kuia went through to revitalise te reo Māori
1 day ago in Kuaka Mārangaranga

New Zealand or Aotearoa?

Thought provoking kōrero on restoring all historical names to towns and cities is on the table with the new Māori Party petition
1 day ago in Kuaka Mārangaranga

No rest for the wicked.

As Tāmaki is still in lockdown things haven't slowed down for Nathaniel Howe and he presents Waiata Nations 2
1 day ago in Kuaka Mārangaranga

He Whakatauāki, he whakamāramatanga.

As we wrap up te wiki o te reo Māori we look at whakatauki and their meanings
1 day ago in Te Reo o te Rangatira

Need for Māori to become self reliant

Whānau are becoming too reliant on stores for kai and necessities when we could be growing our own kai
1 day ago in Te Reo o te Rangatira

Te Kahu o Taonui Prepare Kai for Whānau

Since the beginning of the Covid-19 pandemic, Te Kahu o Taonui has secured opportunities to strengthen Taitokerau food security.
2 days ago in Haukāinga

FNDC Updates on Council Services During Level 2

Far North District Councilor, Moko Tepania updates us on the changes and challenges that comes with Level 2 restrictions.
2 days ago in Kuaka Mārangaranga

By Māori For Everyone

Tuihana Ohia talks about the upcoming Hui Ora Wellbeing Virtual Summit with speakers from across Aotearoa sharing their skills.
2 days ago in Kuaka Mārangaranga

Piripi Evans - He Rangatira Kaumoana

Stanley Conrad shares their connection with the revitalization of waka creation and navigation.
2 days ago in Kuaka Mārangaranga

Hēmi Dale on Redesigning Our History Curriculum

Hēmi is one of our kaihautū helping advise the Ministry. He speaks on the benefits, while also sharing some of the challenges.
2 days ago in Kuaka Mārangaranga

The Level - New Website Aimed at Reducing Drug Harm

Tumokai Morgan discusses with us the new website aimed at reducing drug harm as parts of the country remain in lockdown.
3 days ago in Kuaka Mārangaranga

It's All About Whānau

Tiriti Harrison volunteers for a number of essential kaupapa throughout Te Hiku. He shares what motivates him.
3 days ago in Kuaka Mārangaranga

Te Rā Tūturu o Te Reo Māori

Hilda shares some of the history of the first petition for Te Reo Māori in 1972, along with those who were directly involved.
3 days ago in Kuaka Mārangaranga