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Māoridom Mourns The Loss of Dr. Mānuka Henare

Dr. Henare will be remembered as a great historian and champion for social justice. Waitai Petera of Te Aupōuri has more
15 hours, 19 minutes

New Office, Same Focus for Māori Party

Māori Party president, Che Wilson says the Māori Party is setting up their new office in Parliament and planning ahead
3 days, 12 hours

Cooler Weather Doesn't Mean No Sunburn

Skin cancer is the most common form of cancer in NZ. Dr Maryanne Baker says on cool days, skin protection slips
3 days, 12 hours

Iwi Chairs Call for Cap on Incoming Travel

Dr Rawiri Taonui says with increased risk of COVID-19 new variants, iwi chairs are calling for a cap on overseas incoming travel
3 days, 14 hours

Demand Grows for Ngāti Kurī Stories

Ngāti Kurī chair, Harry Burkhardt says a survey of visitors has demonstrated a want to know more about Ngāti Kurī history
3 days, 14 hours

Whānau Goes Plant-based to Heal Māmā

Rueben Taipari of Te Rarawa lives off the land and says his whānau have cut meat from their diet to help his wife beat cancer
4 days, 14 hours

Recognising Rip Currents Saves Lives

University of Waikato Senior Lecturer, Dr Shari Gallop says many ocean-goers in NZ aren't able to identify rip currents
4 days, 14 hours

Calls for Water Rights to be Adressed

Former MP, Dover Samuels says government must address the issue of fresh water rights at Waitangi
4 days, 15 hours

Ahipara Urged to be Fire Safe

John Paitai of Te Rarawa says the Ahipara community has been hugely affected by fire and is urging people to be more vigilant
5 days, 10 hours

Constitutional Convention to Take Place in Waitangi

Matike Mai Aotearoa chair, Makere Mutu says the constitutional transformation forum on the 3rd of Feb focuses on rangatiratanga
5 days, 11 hours

Demand for Reo Grows in Te Tai Tokerau

Te Karere Northland correspondent, Harata Brown says wānanga reo can't keep up with the demand in Te Tai Tokerau
6 days, 15 hours

Insect Bites and Stings Can be Life Threatening

Doctor Maryanne Baker provides insight into treatment and management of bites and stings during the summer season
1 week

Environment a Priority for Te Rarawa

Te Rarawa chair, Haami Piripi says iwi is encouraging uri to pursue education in environmental sciences
1 week

Marae Housing Projects Solution to Homelessness

Jerry Norman of Ngāti Kurī says Māori communities have historically been based around marae and marae housing could solve crisis
1 week

RMA Reform a Ministry Priority

Ministry for the Environment policy writer, Kylie Brown says the new Resource Management Act looks at environment vs. economy
1 week

Ka Ora, Ka Ako Provides Food to Schools

Te Wharekura o Manurewa Principal, Mahia Nathan says the new programme will feed students at schools in areas of deprivation
1 week

Working Remotely Allows Māori to Return Home

Waitai Petera of Te Aupōuri says more Māori working from home after COVID-19 is brining about a reverse urban shift
1 week

Te Ruapekapeka Commemorated 175 Years On

‘Kawea a pūriri mai’ – in reverence, remembrance and respect was the theme for the three-day commemorations held at Kawiti Marae
1 week

Te Rarawa Invest in Educating Iwi Members

Te Rarawa chair, Haami Piripi says Te Rarawa has given out 22 scholarships, investing in higher education for active iwi members
1 month, 1 week

Mangamuka Gorge Reopened Temporarily

The gorge will close again on 11 Jan to continue work. NZTA Northland Manager for System Management, Jacqui Hori-Hoult has more
1 month, 1 week

Reviving Art of Flax Hat Weaving

Rongoā expert, Kumeroa Gregory is teaching a group of students to create flax hats, pōtae harakeke in time for summer
1 month, 1 week

New Show Set to Highlight Muriwhenua

Award winning director, Julian Arahanga says Awa Films is partnering with Te Hiku Media to produce a new series based in Te Hiku
1 month, 1 week

Ngāti Kahu Kōhanga Opens

After more than a 10 year wait, the kōhanga in Taipa has finally been opened. Makere Mutu says the iwi is overjoyed
1 month, 1 week

Calls for Hokianga to be Represented in FNDC

According to Cr Moko Tepania, Te Hiku, Te Pēwhairangi and Kaikohe have representation in the council and Hokianga should too
1 month, 1 week

Tackling Barriers to Accessing Māori Land

Whānau are not to blame for barriers to accessing Māori land. Eru Kapa-Kingi of Te Aupōuri is involved in addressing this issue
1 month, 2 weeks

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.

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Māoridom Mourns The Loss of Dr. Mānuka Henare

Dr. Henare will be remembered as a great historian and champion for social justice. Waitai Petera of Te Aupōuri has more
15 hours, 19 minutes

New Office, Same Focus for Māori Party

Māori Party president, Che Wilson says the Māori Party is setting up their new office in Parliament and planning ahead
3 days, 12 hours

Cooler Weather Doesn't Mean No Sunburn

Skin cancer is the most common form of cancer in NZ. Dr Maryanne Baker says on cool days, skin protection slips
3 days, 12 hours

Iwi Chairs Call for Cap on Incoming Travel

Dr Rawiri Taonui says with increased risk of COVID-19 new variants, iwi chairs are calling for a cap on overseas incoming travel
3 days, 14 hours

Demand Grows for Ngāti Kurī Stories

Ngāti Kurī chair, Harry Burkhardt says a survey of visitors has demonstrated a want to know more about Ngāti Kurī history
3 days, 14 hours

Whānau Goes Plant-based to Heal Māmā

Rueben Taipari of Te Rarawa lives off the land and says his whānau have cut meat from their diet to help his wife beat cancer
4 days, 14 hours

Recognising Rip Currents Saves Lives

University of Waikato Senior Lecturer, Dr Shari Gallop says many ocean-goers in NZ aren't able to identify rip currents
4 days, 14 hours

Calls for Water Rights to be Adressed

Former MP, Dover Samuels says government must address the issue of fresh water rights at Waitangi
4 days, 15 hours

Ahipara Urged to be Fire Safe

John Paitai of Te Rarawa says the Ahipara community has been hugely affected by fire and is urging people to be more vigilant
5 days, 10 hours

Constitutional Convention to Take Place in Waitangi

Matike Mai Aotearoa chair, Makere Mutu says the constitutional transformation forum on the 3rd of Feb focuses on rangatiratanga
5 days, 11 hours

Demand for Reo Grows in Te Tai Tokerau

Te Karere Northland correspondent, Harata Brown says wānanga reo can't keep up with the demand in Te Tai Tokerau
6 days, 15 hours

Insect Bites and Stings Can be Life Threatening

Doctor Maryanne Baker provides insight into treatment and management of bites and stings during the summer season
1 week

Environment a Priority for Te Rarawa

Te Rarawa chair, Haami Piripi says iwi is encouraging uri to pursue education in environmental sciences
1 week

Marae Housing Projects Solution to Homelessness

Jerry Norman of Ngāti Kurī says Māori communities have historically been based around marae and marae housing could solve crisis
1 week

RMA Reform a Ministry Priority

Ministry for the Environment policy writer, Kylie Brown says the new Resource Management Act looks at environment vs. economy
1 week

Ka Ora, Ka Ako Provides Food to Schools

Te Wharekura o Manurewa Principal, Mahia Nathan says the new programme will feed students at schools in areas of deprivation
1 week

Working Remotely Allows Māori to Return Home

Waitai Petera of Te Aupōuri says more Māori working from home after COVID-19 is brining about a reverse urban shift
1 week

Te Ruapekapeka Commemorated 175 Years On

‘Kawea a pūriri mai’ – in reverence, remembrance and respect was the theme for the three-day commemorations held at Kawiti Marae
1 week

Te Rarawa Invest in Educating Iwi Members

Te Rarawa chair, Haami Piripi says Te Rarawa has given out 22 scholarships, investing in higher education for active iwi members
1 month, 1 week

Mangamuka Gorge Reopened Temporarily

The gorge will close again on 11 Jan to continue work. NZTA Northland Manager for System Management, Jacqui Hori-Hoult has more
1 month, 1 week

Reviving Art of Flax Hat Weaving

Rongoā expert, Kumeroa Gregory is teaching a group of students to create flax hats, pōtae harakeke in time for summer
1 month, 1 week

New Show Set to Highlight Muriwhenua

Award winning director, Julian Arahanga says Awa Films is partnering with Te Hiku Media to produce a new series based in Te Hiku
1 month, 1 week

Ngāti Kahu Kōhanga Opens

After more than a 10 year wait, the kōhanga in Taipa has finally been opened. Makere Mutu says the iwi is overjoyed
1 month, 1 week

Calls for Hokianga to be Represented in FNDC

According to Cr Moko Tepania, Te Hiku, Te Pēwhairangi and Kaikohe have representation in the council and Hokianga should too
1 month, 1 week

Tackling Barriers to Accessing Māori Land

Whānau are not to blame for barriers to accessing Māori land. Eru Kapa-Kingi of Te Aupōuri is involved in addressing this issue
1 month, 2 weeks