Sept. 24, 2021, 2:19 p.m.
Using te reo Māori, modern hip-hop production, powerful 808 bass and hard-hitting drums, Byllie-jean and AJA share their collaborative work 'Te Iho'- meaning ‘the essence’.
Tame Te Rangi updates us on the current roading project, what they'll be working on next and how Covid is effecting progress. 3 weeks, 2 days
Valley Taylor recaps last weekend's game and other recent sporting events 3 weeks, 2 days
Jerry Norman talks to us about the return of the kuaka and how when he was young, it was a food source for the whānau.. 3 weeks, 2 days
Rueben Taipari Porter tells us about the pōhutukawa tree in Ahipara that has been cut down causing distress to local hapū 3 weeks, 6 days
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