Heru and Hapū Māmā Supports Smoking Cessation

Indigenous Innovation Masters student, Patrick Salmon has developed a kaupapa Māori smoking cessation program for hapū māmā
14 hours, 11 minutes

Mana Ake Supports Mental Health in Schools

Green MP Te Anau Tuiono says investment into mental health and well-being support for youth is a step in the right direction
14 hours, 20 minutes

Independent by Māori for Māori Gallery a First

The Wairau Māori Art Gallery chairperson, Elizabeth Ellis says a dedicated Māori art gallery is set to open in Whangārei
1 day, 11 hours

Far North Kaitaia RSA Appoints New President

Colin (Toss) Kitchen has been appointed as the Far North Kaitaia RSA president, he says preparations are underway for ANZAC Day
1 day, 11 hours

Iwi Band Together to Protect Te Oneroa a Tōhe

Te Oneroa a Tōhe board member, Waitai Petera says the 5 iwi of Muriwhenua are working together to protect 90 Mile Beach
1 day, 11 hours

32 Kapa to Take Stage at Northland Secondary School Regionals

Tai Tokerau youth are preparing to stand at the Tōkihi Ki Tua kapa haka regionals, 3 groups will advance to the national stage
1 day, 11 hours

Foot Reflexology Re-balances Kuia, Kaumātua

Mirimiri, rongoā expert Pauline Murphy says kuia kaumātua are able to access foot reflexology at 365 Ōkahu Road Kaitaia
1 day, 14 hours

Kaumātua Share Perspectives on COVID Vaccination

Ngāti Kura kaumātua, Nau Epiha and show host Girlie Clarke, both in their late 70's discuss pro's and cons of COVID vaccination
1 day, 14 hours

Māhuahua, Hawaiian Language News Paper Translated

The Hawaiian Language Newspapers of the 1800's have been digitised and are being translated in to te reo Pākehā
1 day, 15 hours

Last Surviving Māori Battalion to be Honoured

Robert 'Bom' Gillies is the last surviving veteran of the Māori Battalion. A member of B Company, he's being honoured this ANZAC
1 day, 21 hours

Research Alleviates Fear of Vaccination

Matiu Kingi of Te Rarawa says, based on the facts, there's no need for whānau to fear COVID-19 vaccinations
1 day, 21 hours

National Calls for Council Rezoning of Land

Former National MP, Matt King says councils around the country should rezone land in their regions to build more housing
1 day, 21 hours

Kaitaia Encouraged to Carry Reusable Cups

Te Hiku Conservation Board member, Waikarere Gregory says the message for April is to use reusable cups to reduce plastic use
1 day, 21 hours

Ngāti Hine Filmmaker Takes Out E Tū Whānau Best Edit

E Tū Whānau spokesperson, Mikaira Pou recognises E Tū Whānau Film competition winners including Ngato Livingstone of Ngāti Hine
3 days, 12 hours

Work Continues to Realise Te Aurere Dream

Joe Conrad of Te Aupōuri says the dream of the late Tā Hekenukumai Puhipi for the Kupe Waka Center is slowly coming to fruition
3 days, 12 hours

Digital Hub Launches in Kaikohe

Te Kona is a new digital, business and learning hub led by Te Kotahitanga E Mahi Kaha Trust. Jerry Norman attended the launch
4 days, 3 hours

Taranaki Wins Surf Lifesavers Race at Ruakākā

Taranaki's East End took out the top award at the surf lifesavers race. Mark Inglis has more
4 days, 4 hours

Positive COVID Security Worker Wasn't Tested Regularly

Professor Makere Mutu says NZ border authorities need to be thorough to ensure COVID-19 doesn't spread
4 days, 4 hours

Rain Fills Tanks in Te Hiku

Te Rarawa char, Haami Piripi says following months of water restrictions, water levels have been replenished
6 days, 2 hours

Reports of Feral Dogs Cause Track Closure at Te Paki

Department of Conservation spokesperson, Abe Witana says tracks will stay closed until reports of feral dogs are investigated
1 week, 3 days

Dr. Shares COVID-19 Vaccination Schedule

Dr. Maryanne Baker explains how the dosage works for the Pfizer COVID-19 immunisations in New Zealand
1 week, 3 days

Tai Tokerau Wāhine Urged to 'Smear Your Mea'

Northland MP, Willow-Jean Prime is urging wāhine in the north to 'smear your mea' following Kiritapu Allen's announcement
1 week, 3 days

Whangaroa Unite Against Suicide

Rangatahi Ora Roa and Te Rau Ora are facilitating a suicide prevention workshop on the 10th of April at Te Patunga Marae
1 week, 3 days

New Auckland - Northland Roads to be Showcased

Tame Te Rangi says the new Waiwera - Warkworth road opens at the end of 2022, however progress will be showcased this month
1 week, 4 days

Employment in Forestry a Way Forward for Iwi

Forestry NZ Māori development advisor, Waitai Petera says Ngāti Hine are among iwi looking to forestry as a way to create jobs
1 week, 4 days

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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.

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