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Teaching Iwi History - Aotearoa History Curriculum

Dr Liana MacDonald of the Victoria University of Wellington hopes that her research into teaching iwi histories will help
8 hours, 31 minutes

Dangerous Conspiracy Theorist in Te Tai Tokerau

Matthew Tutaki explains the damage that people like this are causing, spreading false messages on social media about Covid-19
8 hours, 31 minutes

Climate Change - Māori Amongst First Affected

Professor David Noone of the University of Auckland joins us to speak on climate change situation in Aotearoa
8 hours, 31 minutes

Open Letter To Employers

We speak to the Race Relations Commissioner Meng Foon on his open letter to employers around Aotearoa, encouraging diversity.
8 hours, 31 minutes

Linking Cases Crucial To Protection

Dr Dion O'Neal talks about his current project looking into the interaction patterns of the Aotearoa population
1 day, 8 hours

Tūhono Taiao Symposium

Elliot Heremaia joins us to speak on the upcoming Tūhono Taiao Symposium which will be held this November at Kohewhata Marae
1 day, 8 hours

Upcoming He Whakaputanga Hīkoi

Bundy Waitai talks about those tūpuna who passed on the knowledge to him and why it is important for our future generations.
1 day, 8 hours

Alert Level 2 - Te Tai Tokerau Border Control Update

As we transition back into Alert Level 2, we talk to Rueben Taipari who acknowledges the positives of the change
1 day, 8 hours

Māori Leaders Reject Traffic Lights System

We catch up with Mike Smith, who is part of the alliance who have reviewed the proposal and shares the reasons for opposition.
2 days, 8 hours

Level 2 - Public Spaces To Open Again

With the recent announcement that Te Tai Tokerau will return to Alert Level 2, Moko Tepania from FNDC updates us on changes.
2 days, 8 hours

Local Council Decline Further Developments in Karikari

Makere Mutu updates us on the recent win for Ngāti Kahu along with reminding whānau who are unsure to seek information.
2 days, 8 hours

Impacts of Liquor Advertising to be Reviewed

Dr Niki Jackson talks about the impacts it has had on the communities and confirms the action of Auckland Council.
2 days, 8 hours

Tangonge Wetlands

Waikarere talks about her mahi with the Tangonge Wetlands and their significance to the health of the taiao and whānau.
2 days, 8 hours

Tamatū Tamaora: Men's Health and Wellbeing

Pene Tawhara talks to us about Tamatū Tamaora, a kaupapa that supports our men in becoming the best version of themselves.
3 days, 7 hours

Living with Covid-19

Covid is not going anywhere in a hurry, so what should we be doing as a whānau, community and a country as we transition.
3 days, 7 hours

Feeding the Whānau with Kai and Positivity

Annie's Way of Life (better known as AWOL) fed over 100 people in under an hour last Saturday..
3 days, 7 hours

Ngāti Kahu Sharks Win Tū Haka Competition

Eddie Naicovi (player of the year 2021 for Ngāti Kahu Sharks) talks to us about the history of the haka and its significance.
3 days, 7 hours

Māori Covid Cases Increase Alarming

Dr Rawiri Taonui updates us on the latest Māori Pacific Covid Statistics.
6 days, 8 hours

Iwi Led Housing - Whai Kāinga Whai Oranga

Housing has been a long-standing issue in Aotearoa especially for our Māori community.
6 days, 8 hours

Take Two for The Team

Jeff Milner CEO of Ngāti Hine Health Trust talks about how this initiative aims to increase vaccine rates among rangatahi
6 days, 8 hours

Marae Learning Kaupapa for Whānau

Chris Henare joins us to speak about Pou Hono, online classes for whānau to learn about their marae
6 days, 8 hours

Super Saturday Vaxathon Livestream

Sonny Ngatai talks to us about this tomorrow's Vaxathon livestream
6 days, 8 hours

Hokianga Vaccination Stations

Margareth Broodkoorn (CEO of Hauora Hokianga) shares all current and future locations of the vaccination stations in Hokianga.
1 week

Current Procedures for Kaitaia Hospital

Rachel Thompson (Clinical Nurse Manager) tells us what these procedures are and the personal protection equipment.
1 week

Kaikohekohe Community Vaccination Stations

Matua Fred Sadler talks to us about why both he and his wife got vaccinated and the locations of the vaccination stations.
1 week

Te Hiku talk about what matters in the kāinga, in the rohe and throughout the motu.

Tune in from 9am - 11am Monday to Friday and listen to what matters in the kāinga, in the rohe and throughout the motu. Phone in and share your views on (09) 408 4030. The flagship mid-morning show won "best kaumātua show in te reo Māori at the iwi radio awards in 2014. For hosting the same show last year, Peter-Lucas of Te Hiku Radio also won "best topical radio host in te reo Māori." The Kuaka Mārangaranga show is topical in nature, haukāinga focused and raises awareness about regional and national issues that impact on Māori. He reo tuku iho, he reo ora.