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One Small Piece Can Create New Colony

Jeff Cleave from Aotea warns about the damage that Caulerpa Brachypusis is doing at a devastating speed.
2 months, 2 weeks

New Appointment to Regional Public Services Commissioner

The main thrust of these relationships has been to improve access to public services for Northlanders
3 months

Tātai Hono Shares Expert Māori Views in COVID Times

Health professional, Connor O'Sullivan is hosting a new Facebook video series called Tātai Hono every Wednesday at 8pm
3 months, 1 week

Scholarships Closing Soon

Master's & PhD scholarships support te reo Māori & technology research
4 months, 2 weeks

Kura Kaupapa Learns Rongoā

Rongoā expert, Kumeroa Gregory says passing on the knowledge to kura and the next generation will safeguard it for the future
5 months

Tai o Hī Tai o Hā Enriches Māori Art in Youth

The Tai o Hī Tai o Hā wānanga series focussed on Māori art has come to an end with rangatahi graduating at Otiria Marae
5 months, 2 weeks

NZ First Look to Make a Comeback in 2023

The New Zealand First AGM took place today with the party announcing that Winston Peters will stand again. Shane Jones has more
5 months, 3 weeks

ANZ's New Head of Māori Strategy

Karleen Everitt of Ngāpuhi has been appointed ANZ's first head of Māori strategy, strengthening Māori economic participation
5 months, 3 weeks

Renewed Calls for Constitutional Change

With the issue of racism in parliament being highlighted recently, constitutional transformation is being flagged as a solution
6 months, 3 weeks

Stamping Out Racism at All Levels

Jerry Norman of Ngāti Kurī says racism exists not only casually in NZ but in systems, laws & society and needs to be called out
6 months, 3 weeks

New Book in Te Reo Focussed on Matariki

Kat Quinn and Pania Papa have teamed up to produce 'Ko Flit, te Tirairaka me te Mahere Matariki' published by Scholastic
6 months, 3 weeks

Te Hiku Housing Woes Spark Ministerial Action

Māori Development Minister, Willie Jackson at a recent hui in Hokianga told whānau he'd look for funding and support for housing
6 months, 3 weeks

Kapa Haka a Platform to Share History

The Tōkihi Ki Tua Northland Secondary Schools Kapa Haka was a platform not only to perform but to share important history
6 months, 3 weeks

New Vice Chancellor for Auckland University

Te Kawehau Hoskins of Ngāti Hau has been appointed as the new Ihonuku, Vice Chancellor for Auckland University
6 months, 3 weeks

Calibre of Haka in Te Tai Tokerau Kura Lifts

The recent Tōkihi Ki Tua Northland Secondary Kapa Haka showcased a new level of haka in the region. Moko Tepania has more
6 months, 3 weeks

Iwi Chairs Prepare for Political Power Shift

Te Aupōuri CEO, Mariameno Kapa-Kingi says the recent Iwi Chairs Forum looked at the establishment of Māori authorities at depth
6 months, 3 weeks

First Wahine Māori Police Area Commander

Paula Enoka of Te Uri o Hau has been appointed Area Commander in the Otago Lakes District. Jerry Norman has more
6 months, 4 weeks

13 Māori Youth Recruited at MIQ Facilities

Dr. Lance O'Sullivan of Te Rarawa says most of the rangatahi are from Ngāpuhi and have taken on important COVID healthcare roles
6 months, 4 weeks

Iwi Chairs Establish Group Against Racism

Ngāti Kahu iwi leader, Makere Mutu says Naida Glavish and Hana O'Regan will lead the new group tasked with addressing racism
6 months, 4 weeks

Thinking Strategically for Te Hiku Māori Wards

Lisa McNab of Te Paatu says strategic discussions need to take place amongst Far North Māori to prepare future Māori wards
6 months, 4 weeks

Tai Tokerau Kura Growing Future Taumata

Ngāti Kura kaumātua, Nau Epiha works at Te Kura Kaupapa Māori o Kaikohe and says the future taumata of Te Tai Tokerau is strong
7 months

Hihi Community Mourns Loss of Kuia in Fire

Fatal blazes took the lives of 3 women in 1 day across NZ. Fire danger still exists in cold and NZ is being urged to stay safe
7 months

Funding Boost for Youth Work Program He Poutama Rangatahi

Rural youth support organisations will receive more funding. Social Development & Employment Minister Carmel Sepuloni has more
7 months

Preserving Tikanga of Grave Digging

The job of grave diggers in te ao Māori is of upmost importance, however, there's a shortage of people stepping in to this role
7 months

Easing Burden of Epilepsy on Whānau Māori

Dr Ngaire Keenan says the rate of epilepsy in tamariki Māori is higher than in other groups, her research focuses on prevention
7 months

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.

One Small Piece Can Create New Colony

Jeff Cleave from Aotea warns about the damage that Caulerpa Brachypusis is doing at a devastating speed.
2 months, 2 weeks

New Appointment to Regional Public Services Commissioner

The main thrust of these relationships has been to improve access to public services for Northlanders
3 months

Tātai Hono Shares Expert Māori Views in COVID Times

Health professional, Connor O'Sullivan is hosting a new Facebook video series called Tātai Hono every Wednesday at 8pm
3 months, 1 week

Scholarships Closing Soon

Master's & PhD scholarships support te reo Māori & technology research
4 months, 2 weeks

Kura Kaupapa Learns Rongoā

Rongoā expert, Kumeroa Gregory says passing on the knowledge to kura and the next generation will safeguard it for the future
5 months

Tai o Hī Tai o Hā Enriches Māori Art in Youth

The Tai o Hī Tai o Hā wānanga series focussed on Māori art has come to an end with rangatahi graduating at Otiria Marae
5 months, 2 weeks

NZ First Look to Make a Comeback in 2023

The New Zealand First AGM took place today with the party announcing that Winston Peters will stand again. Shane Jones has more
5 months, 3 weeks

ANZ's New Head of Māori Strategy

Karleen Everitt of Ngāpuhi has been appointed ANZ's first head of Māori strategy, strengthening Māori economic participation
5 months, 3 weeks

Renewed Calls for Constitutional Change

With the issue of racism in parliament being highlighted recently, constitutional transformation is being flagged as a solution
6 months, 3 weeks

Stamping Out Racism at All Levels

Jerry Norman of Ngāti Kurī says racism exists not only casually in NZ but in systems, laws & society and needs to be called out
6 months, 3 weeks

New Book in Te Reo Focussed on Matariki

Kat Quinn and Pania Papa have teamed up to produce 'Ko Flit, te Tirairaka me te Mahere Matariki' published by Scholastic
6 months, 3 weeks

Te Hiku Housing Woes Spark Ministerial Action

Māori Development Minister, Willie Jackson at a recent hui in Hokianga told whānau he'd look for funding and support for housing
6 months, 3 weeks

Kapa Haka a Platform to Share History

The Tōkihi Ki Tua Northland Secondary Schools Kapa Haka was a platform not only to perform but to share important history
6 months, 3 weeks

New Vice Chancellor for Auckland University

Te Kawehau Hoskins of Ngāti Hau has been appointed as the new Ihonuku, Vice Chancellor for Auckland University
6 months, 3 weeks

Calibre of Haka in Te Tai Tokerau Kura Lifts

The recent Tōkihi Ki Tua Northland Secondary Kapa Haka showcased a new level of haka in the region. Moko Tepania has more
6 months, 3 weeks

Iwi Chairs Prepare for Political Power Shift

Te Aupōuri CEO, Mariameno Kapa-Kingi says the recent Iwi Chairs Forum looked at the establishment of Māori authorities at depth
6 months, 3 weeks

First Wahine Māori Police Area Commander

Paula Enoka of Te Uri o Hau has been appointed Area Commander in the Otago Lakes District. Jerry Norman has more
6 months, 4 weeks

13 Māori Youth Recruited at MIQ Facilities

Dr. Lance O'Sullivan of Te Rarawa says most of the rangatahi are from Ngāpuhi and have taken on important COVID healthcare roles
6 months, 4 weeks

Iwi Chairs Establish Group Against Racism

Ngāti Kahu iwi leader, Makere Mutu says Naida Glavish and Hana O'Regan will lead the new group tasked with addressing racism
6 months, 4 weeks

Thinking Strategically for Te Hiku Māori Wards

Lisa McNab of Te Paatu says strategic discussions need to take place amongst Far North Māori to prepare future Māori wards
6 months, 4 weeks

Tai Tokerau Kura Growing Future Taumata

Ngāti Kura kaumātua, Nau Epiha works at Te Kura Kaupapa Māori o Kaikohe and says the future taumata of Te Tai Tokerau is strong
7 months

Hihi Community Mourns Loss of Kuia in Fire

Fatal blazes took the lives of 3 women in 1 day across NZ. Fire danger still exists in cold and NZ is being urged to stay safe
7 months

Funding Boost for Youth Work Program He Poutama Rangatahi

Rural youth support organisations will receive more funding. Social Development & Employment Minister Carmel Sepuloni has more
7 months

Preserving Tikanga of Grave Digging

The job of grave diggers in te ao Māori is of upmost importance, however, there's a shortage of people stepping in to this role
7 months

Easing Burden of Epilepsy on Whānau Māori

Dr Ngaire Keenan says the rate of epilepsy in tamariki Māori is higher than in other groups, her research focuses on prevention
7 months