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Kaimaumau Fires: Nearly 30 days On

Incident controller Peter Clark joins us to give an update on the status of Kaimaumau and the plan moving forward
6 days, 17 hours

Drowning Rates Highest in 25 years

Vinny Rongo talks about the importance of having a plan, learning your environment & be aware of any rāhui that may be in place
1 week, 1 day

Whiro Insights

Heeni Hoterene enlightens us about recent maramataka phases & advice for the Christmas season
1 month, 2 weeks

Fighting for Our Whakapapa With Effective Recycling

Waikarere Gregory reports back to us on how we are progressing with becoming more considerate of the health of our taiao
1 month, 2 weeks

Check Before You Set: Protecting Māui and Hector's Dolphins

Andre Espinoza from MPI explains the new rules banning the use of recreational set nets in many areas and how to check
1 month, 4 weeks

Climate Change - It Affects Everything

Mike Smith is taking the Government and the country's largest polluters to court, for their inaction to reduce pollution.
2 months

Kia Haumarutia

Makere Mutu gives us an update from the recent Iwi Leaders Forum
2 months

Supposed Trespass on Moringaehe

Rueben Taipari updates us on the supposed trespass notice & what the current feeling is amongst the whānau occupying the whenua
2 months

Upcoming Bamboo Workshop at Lake Ngātu

John Kenderdine shares the details of next weekend's workshop - it's free and open for all.
2 months

$2M For Community Drowning Prevention Programmes

With Te Tai Tokerau having one of the highest annual drowning rates in Aotearoa, we speak to Rob Hewitt about the programmes
2 months, 2 weeks

Ko Moringaehe te Ingoa

Penetaui Kleskovic shares some kōrero on why he believes the correct name of the whenua is actually Moringaehe
2 months, 2 weeks

New Innovative Way to Get Gardening

PlantMe.io founder and CEO Fliss Roberts explains to us why she started this kaupapa and what the PlantMe app provides
2 months, 3 weeks

Noho Whenua Underway for Ngāti Kahu

Janelle Popata provides a brief kōrero about the kaupapa that has been set with the intention that the land be returned.
2 months, 4 weeks

Te Tai Tokerau Water Trust Distribution Scheme

Dover Samuels talks to us about how and why the Te Tai Tokerau Water Trust was created
2 months, 4 weeks

Climate Change - Māori Amongst First Affected

Professor David Noone of the University of Auckland joins us to speak on climate change situation in Aotearoa
3 months

We Will Pay and Have No Say

Mayor John Carter shares with us his concerns about the Three Waters Reform Programme
3 months, 2 weeks

New Funding for Research into Māori Heart Health

Andree Pearson, who is part of the team of researches speaks to us about their research and how they are going about it.
3 months, 2 weeks

Navigating Being a Pāpā Today

Kawiti Waetford shares how utilising our taonga tuku iho and mātauranga Māori inspires your creativity
3 months, 3 weeks

Wai 262 Flora & Fauna Claim - New Web Platform Launched

Haami Piripi shares with us what this means for our whānau now.
3 months, 4 weeks

Ahuwhenua Young Farmers Award

Rito Tapuke speaks about the award which recognises young wāhine and tāne working hard on our sheep and beef farms.
3 months, 4 weeks

One Small Piece Can Create New Colony

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

Rialto Five to Release New Song ‘Let It Go’

Monte Pawa of Muriwhenua is part of Rialto Five, set to release a new single tomorrow, inspired by resilience and healing
4 months, 2 weeks

Tips on How Everyone Can Slow Climate Change

Te Hiku Conservation Board member, Waikarere Gregory says there are a few simple things we can all do to protect the environment
5 months

Work Begins to Protect Te Ārai Reserve

The first phase of the Jobs for Nature initiative has begun to protect Te Ārai. Te Aupōuri CEO, Mariameno Kapa-Kingi shares more
5 months, 2 weeks

Plastic Free July Wraps Up

Plastic Free July's a global movement to tackle plastic pollution. Te Hiku Conservation Board member, Waikarere Gregory has more
5 months, 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. He reo tuku iho, he reo ora.

Kaimaumau Fires: Nearly 30 days On

Incident controller Peter Clark joins us to give an update on the status of Kaimaumau and the plan moving forward
6 days, 17 hours

Drowning Rates Highest in 25 years

Vinny Rongo talks about the importance of having a plan, learning your environment & be aware of any rāhui that may be in place
1 week, 1 day

Whiro Insights

Heeni Hoterene enlightens us about recent maramataka phases & advice for the Christmas season
1 month, 2 weeks

Fighting for Our Whakapapa With Effective Recycling

Waikarere Gregory reports back to us on how we are progressing with becoming more considerate of the health of our taiao
1 month, 2 weeks

Check Before You Set: Protecting Māui and Hector's Dolphins

Andre Espinoza from MPI explains the new rules banning the use of recreational set nets in many areas and how to check
1 month, 4 weeks

Climate Change - It Affects Everything

Mike Smith is taking the Government and the country's largest polluters to court, for their inaction to reduce pollution.
2 months

Kia Haumarutia

Makere Mutu gives us an update from the recent Iwi Leaders Forum
2 months

Supposed Trespass on Moringaehe

Rueben Taipari updates us on the supposed trespass notice & what the current feeling is amongst the whānau occupying the whenua
2 months

Upcoming Bamboo Workshop at Lake Ngātu

John Kenderdine shares the details of next weekend's workshop - it's free and open for all.
2 months

$2M For Community Drowning Prevention Programmes

With Te Tai Tokerau having one of the highest annual drowning rates in Aotearoa, we speak to Rob Hewitt about the programmes
2 months, 2 weeks

Ko Moringaehe te Ingoa

Penetaui Kleskovic shares some kōrero on why he believes the correct name of the whenua is actually Moringaehe
2 months, 2 weeks

New Innovative Way to Get Gardening

PlantMe.io founder and CEO Fliss Roberts explains to us why she started this kaupapa and what the PlantMe app provides
2 months, 3 weeks

Noho Whenua Underway for Ngāti Kahu

Janelle Popata provides a brief kōrero about the kaupapa that has been set with the intention that the land be returned.
2 months, 4 weeks

Te Tai Tokerau Water Trust Distribution Scheme

Dover Samuels talks to us about how and why the Te Tai Tokerau Water Trust was created
2 months, 4 weeks

Climate Change - Māori Amongst First Affected

Professor David Noone of the University of Auckland joins us to speak on climate change situation in Aotearoa
3 months

We Will Pay and Have No Say

Mayor John Carter shares with us his concerns about the Three Waters Reform Programme
3 months, 2 weeks

New Funding for Research into Māori Heart Health

Andree Pearson, who is part of the team of researches speaks to us about their research and how they are going about it.
3 months, 2 weeks

Navigating Being a Pāpā Today

Kawiti Waetford shares how utilising our taonga tuku iho and mātauranga Māori inspires your creativity
3 months, 3 weeks

Wai 262 Flora & Fauna Claim - New Web Platform Launched

Haami Piripi shares with us what this means for our whānau now.
3 months, 4 weeks

Ahuwhenua Young Farmers Award

Rito Tapuke speaks about the award which recognises young wāhine and tāne working hard on our sheep and beef farms.
3 months, 4 weeks

One Small Piece Can Create New Colony

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

Rialto Five to Release New Song ‘Let It Go’

Monte Pawa of Muriwhenua is part of Rialto Five, set to release a new single tomorrow, inspired by resilience and healing
4 months, 2 weeks

Tips on How Everyone Can Slow Climate Change

Te Hiku Conservation Board member, Waikarere Gregory says there are a few simple things we can all do to protect the environment
5 months

Work Begins to Protect Te Ārai Reserve

The first phase of the Jobs for Nature initiative has begun to protect Te Ārai. Te Aupōuri CEO, Mariameno Kapa-Kingi shares more
5 months, 2 weeks

Plastic Free July Wraps Up

Plastic Free July's a global movement to tackle plastic pollution. Te Hiku Conservation Board member, Waikarere Gregory has more
5 months, 2 weeks