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Climate Change is Here Now.

Greens Co Party Leader James Shaw says although we are enjoying hot summer there are consequences.
7 hours, 53 minutes

New Beginning for Hato Petera

Dr Lance O'Sullivan talks about the situation with Hato Petera and Waharoa Ki Te Toi Research based at Kaitaia Hospital.
9 hours, 46 minutes

Book Review-Waitangi-A Living Treaty.

Matthew Wright is the author and he talks about his book "Waitangi-A Living Treaty".
9 hours, 52 minutes

Māori Highlighted at U.N

Professor Makere Mutu said Andrew Littles speech at UN assembly was a step in the right direction for the Labour Government.
1 day, 9 hours

Ratana 2019

Rawiri Nathan talks us through the roles of Apotoro for the Ratana Movement.
1 day, 13 hours

Protection From Meningitis

Te Ihi Tito expresses the importance of immunising children against the deadly meningitis virus.
2 days, 6 hours

Rural Fire Safety

Albert Cash says how important to be fire wise this summer and his disappointment reading about the fire at Rangihoua Bay.
2 days, 8 hours

History of Tahupōtiki Wiremu Rātana.

Henare Kingi remembering the history of Wiremu Ratana.
2 days, 10 hours

New Album for Riqi

Riqi Harawira and Flossy Drake came in to talk about the new album and concert coming up.
2 days, 12 hours

Tangihanga at Potahi Marae, Te Kao.

Tireiniamu Kapa talks of the passing of kuia Te Parani Subritzky-Wiki.
3 days, 10 hours

Te Ahu Kaitaia

John Hains says that there are plenty of activities that can be done at Te Ahu including museum, cinema and more.
6 days, 8 hours

Forthcoming Hui for Ngāpuhi Claims.

Rukuwai Tipene-Allen gives her view on how the Ngāpuhi Claims are and the hui at Kohewhata Marae this weekend.
6 days, 9 hours

Ngāi Takoto to Host Iwi Leaders Forum at Waitangi

Tame Mare talks about the iwi leaders forum and Ngāi Takoto hosting the hui.
6 days, 10 hours

Nurturing Maara Kai

Rueben Taipari Porter talks about maara kai and whanau back for christmas and his kids wanting to know their whakapapa.
1 week

Bring Humour back to Te Reo Māori

Waihoroi Shortland says more humour could be brought in to our reo with more laughs and fun like how our elders once used it.
1 week

Seed-Bank.

Maanu Paul says that they had started seed bank in the past, but the real problems they have is possums.
1 week

Daily Chores.

Pineaha Murray says he enjoyed the company of his children and mokopuna but when they left, reality kicks back in.
1 week, 1 day

Waitangi 2019

Pita Paraone gives us the event timetable re: what will be happening on the day.
1 week, 1 day

Te Rerenga Wairua Walking Tracks.

Kerehama Neho says that the walking tracks around Cape Reinga can be a challenge so be prepared and be safe.
1 week, 2 days

Fire Safety When Outdoors

Albert Cash encourages people to get permit before lighting fire or if putting hangi down to let the Fire Brigade know.
1 week, 2 days

Houtaewa 2019.

Peter Kitchen gives us a brief history and how the event is shaping up this year.
1 week, 2 days

Ngāti Kahu 2019.

Professor Makere Mutu says more should be done to include iwi leaders in Treaty settlements.
1 week, 2 days

Preserving our Pātaka

Haami Piripi would like Māori to think about preserving our seeds for the future
1 week, 3 days

Crime on the Rise after latest cigarette price hike

Henare Kingi says price hikes in smokes, alcohol related fighting and drivers not adhering to the road rules.
1 week, 3 days

RSA Recruitment.

Tame Mare encourages people to join the Kaitaia RSA for socialising with others.
1 week, 6 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.