Far North Projects for 2018.

Felicity Foy works for the far north district council and she talks to us on the water and roading projects for 2018.
1 day, 6 hours

Holding Wanangas To Boost Numbers on the Paepae.

Mike Te Wake would love to hold wanangas to boost numbers of speakers on the maraes and his thoughts on kapahaka and rugby.
1 day, 7 hours

Gaining New Zealand Citizenship.

Naida Glavish express some concerns on the subject of Citizenships.
1 day, 7 hours

Immigrants to Pledge their Allegiance to Aotearoa.

Governor General Patsy Reddy will be at Te Ahu Kaitaia to swear in new citizen to NZ, Tame Mare shares his thoughts.
1 day, 8 hours

A New Beginning at Te Hiku Media.

Haukura Jones talks about how she find working at Te Hiku Media and the exciting challenges that lays ahead.
4 days, 5 hours

Ahipara on Lockdown.

Gunmen in Ahipara, had the school and the whole community in lockdown, listen to what Tame Mare had to say.
4 days, 5 hours

National Party seeking a New Leader.

Henare Kingi says there are couple of good candidates to lead the National Party.
4 days, 5 hours

Te Rarawa Wananga.

Te Rarawa Held a Wananga about Land Issues, we listen to Haami Piripi as he gives us the info.
4 days, 7 hours


Pineaha Mare generally speaks about employment and related issues here in the north.
6 days, 4 hours

Ngapuhi Settlement.

The Ngapuhi Settlement and what is involved as told by Hone Sadler.
6 days, 5 hours

Moko Foundation Te Tai Tokerau.

Moko Innovation Foundation Kaitaia, are traveling the schools of the far north, Taki Ahi Brown- Davis gives us his update.
6 days, 8 hours

Everything you may want to Know about Paparore Marae.

For Bookings for the use of Paparore Marae Mete Norman gives all you may need to know and who you may need to contact.
6 days, 9 hours

New Single "Stop The Violence".

New single "Stop the Violence" is to raise awareness for the victims of domestic violence, as explained by Taipari Waaka.
1 week, 3 days

Houtaewa 2018.

Peter Kitchen gives us a update on Houtaewa 2018.
1 week, 3 days

Te Reo.

Teaching of Treaty of Waitangi and Te Reo as part of the secondary school curriculum in a conversation with Nau Epiha.
1 week, 3 days

Sir Bob Jones Comments.

Tame Mare ponders over Sir Bob's comments.
1 week, 5 days

To Strip or not to Strip Sir Bob Jones Knighthood.

Haami Piripi is listening to conversation about Sir Bob Jones knighthood, this is his thoughts.
1 week, 5 days

Treaty of Waitangi for United Nation.

Makere Mutu has tabled the constitution of Waitangi for UN.
1 week, 5 days

Racist Remarks is No Joke.

With all the publicity surrounding Sir Bob Jones remarks Henare Kingi has this to say.
1 week, 5 days

Iwi Forum - Day in History.

Iwi Forum at Waitangi elaborated on the history as told by Haami Piripi and he also talked about the Rahui on Te Oneroa A Tohe.
1 week, 6 days

Time to Keep Healthy.

Keeping in good health is hot topic with Hector Busby, he also talks about Waitangi 2018.
2 weeks, 2 days

Our Precious Water.

Fresh water should be looked after, Maanu Paul gives his thoughts on "Water".
2 weeks, 2 days

Waitangi Day Done and Dusted.

Peter Paraone is happy how waitangi 2018 has been and offers his overview, listen to what he has to say.
2 weeks, 2 days

Local Musician coming Home.

Beth Wink of Kaitaia moved to Auckland to further musical career, this is her story.
2 weeks, 2 days

Update with Colin Kitchen.

The sports hub is underway and Colin gives us the info on what's happening.
2 weeks, 2 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.