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Te Whānau Mānihera

Utilizing Kapa Haka to return to a Māori lifestyle and bring the traditional Māori dance to schools in Te Taitokerau
3 days, 20 hours

Origin Roots Aotearoa

Origin Roots Aotearoa or ORA have new music on their hands set to release today
3 days, 20 hours

New Single "Legacy"

Lost Tribe Aotearoa have released their new single "Legacy"
3 days, 20 hours

MJ's Seafood The Newest Kai Store in Town

Adding more diversity in the hospitality industry is Mary Jane Manukau with her seafood boils
3 days, 20 hours

Te Reo Ki Tua

Te Rawhitiroa Bosch on this years National Language Revitalization Symposium in Heretaunga
3 days, 20 hours

Goodbye Old PAK'nSAVE!

The demolition process began today to dispose of the eyesore that become of the old PAK'nSAVE building
3 days, 20 hours

Kaupapa Whānaungatanga for Kaumātua

Te Ikanui Kingi-Waiaua has been leading a workshop for kaumātua and kuia to reconnect following the pandemic and seperation
4 days, 22 hours

He Reo Tuku Iho: Tangata Whenua And Te Reo Māori

Dr Awanui Te Huia (Ngāti Maniapoto) explored the experiences of language learners of Māori descent
4 days, 22 hours

Constitutional Kōrero 2022

Dr Claire Charters is gathering indigenous minds in once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to realize Māori rights
5 days, 22 hours

World Indigenous Education Conference

Ngawaiata Evans is heading to Australia for the opportunity to learn indigenous ways of teaching
5 days, 22 hours

"Datsus" by Morsegang

Renata Te Koari a.k.a Remorse on the release of his bands new single "datsus" with support from NZ on Air
5 days, 22 hours

"Tama Kaiātea" Translated to Te Reo Māori

Adding to the trend of movies being translated to te reo, Astro Kid is the next animation set to hit television screens in Māori
5 days, 22 hours

National Pest Management Plan

This month Aotearoa will celebrate the pest management plan that is focused on the survival of Kauri
5 days, 22 hours

The Time Has Come

Joining the fight, Jaqi Brown has put her hand forward as a candidate for Mayor
6 days, 23 hours

Whakanuia te Reo Māori

Rueben Taipari: From not speaking Te Reo, to a society that is embracing our language - our tūpuna would be thrilled
6 days, 23 hours

Most Outstanding Forward

Hikitia Wikaira (Hokianga) was awarded Most Outstanding Forward for Kaitahu Kāpura
6 days, 23 hours

Bringing Affordable Power to Aotearoa

Over 130,000 households were living without power when Ezra Hirawani and Ben Armstrong started Nau Mai Rā
6 days, 23 hours

Navigating the Rural Way of Life

In the past the council has found it hard to communicate efficiently with haukāinga.
6 days, 23 hours

Royal Family Branding Strategy

Understanding what is going to happen now that King Charles III has taken the throne
1 week

Whiskey Lima Golf

Darin Dance takes readers on a journey through the streets of Wellington
1 week

Get Amongst It!

By now, voting packs will have arrived ready for you to make your vote!
1 week

Ngā Tai o Tokerau Ward

Ruth Heta is running as a candidate for the first Māori Ward
1 week, 3 days

Time For Change

Reflecting on his past term as a councillor, Moko Tepania believes he understands what Te Hiku needs
1 week, 3 days

National Treasures - The TV Show

National Treasures The TV Show will showcase taonga from Aotearoa and follow the story of their origin
1 week, 3 days

World Sprints Champion Celebration

Ngāti Wai is celebrated the World Sprint Champions that visited London this year
1 week, 3 days

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.