Peter Lucas Jones shares understanding of Data Sovereignty

How do we protect our own data as Maori people?
4 days, 8 hours

MPI set to hold more consultation hui for dieback disease

We hear from Haami Piripi about the Kauri dieback disease
4 days, 8 hours

Nursery in Karikari hopes to expand and employ locals

Sana Raharuhi has been planting native trees for over 10 years
4 days, 8 hours

Preliminary finals for Taitokerau Rugby League this weekend

Joel Bristow captain of Ngati Kahu sharks encourages whanau to get out and support the men this weekend
4 days, 8 hours

Putea for rebuild of marae in Northland

Oranga Marae kaupapa launched by Te Puni Kokiri and minister Nanaia Mahuta
4 days, 8 hours

Tiny Homes in Northland

Jared Hiakita shares his and partner Rangimārie's journey to building a tiny home in Panguru.
4 days, 8 hours


Rob Ruha shares some exciting kaupapa that he's involved in
5 days, 9 hours

Ngati Manu set to head to Taiwan tracing ancestral journey

Arapeta Hamilton, kaumatua of Ngati Manu will accompany group with 10 children on this exchange to meet indigenous Taiwanese
5 days, 9 hours

Government Launches Maihi Karauna Strategy

Roihana Nuri of Te Matawai explains how Te Maihi Karauna and Te Maihi Maori relate
5 days, 9 hours

Mātānuku Mahuika shares his knowledge about Maori Land Ownership

Regardless if it is in Maori Title or not, ownership means Te Rarawa have the right to build fences
6 days, 8 hours

The Moko Foundation set to open groundbreaking research center

Conor O'sullivan and Rhiarn Smith share with Te Hiku the research they are doing at the moment through The Moko Foundation
6 days, 8 hours

No Resource Consent has yet been granted to Tegel

Kapehu Marae chairman Makere Mutu says they are happy and surprised with report that they received
6 days, 8 hours

Tauranga Moana elders are grieving for the loss of their land

Josh Te Kani of Tauranga Moana is at parliament today
1 week, 5 days

How can women be better in training and industry in the North?

We speak to Huhana Lyndon of Te Matarau Education Trust about a pilot Joint Tertiary Investment plan in Te Taitokerau
1 month

Kakahu Maori Exhibition comes to Kaitaia for Matariki

Awhina Murupaenga is passionate to retain our art form and invites us to all experience the exhibition
1 month, 2 weeks

Lack of funding for teachers means single mum can't affort rent

Sheree, Te Kura Kaupapa Maori teacher from Mangere and member of NZIE shares the same thoughts as many teachers around NZ
1 month, 2 weeks

Te Mangai Paho funding changes funding to maori radio stations

Minister of Maori Development Nanaia Mahuta expects bar will be raised
1 month, 2 weeks

Te Matawai Investments - $1.08 Million Avaialable

We speak with Te Waihoroi Shortland member of the Te Taitokerau board for Te Matawai
1 month, 2 weeks

Te Matawai investment rounds due to close for the first round

Roihana Nuri shares korero about Te Matawai and how to apply!
1 month, 2 weeks

Three Strikes - Why are we holding on to it?

NZ First Ex MP Pita Paraone speaks to the Three Strikes bill and why NZ First will not support The Labour Party in removing it
1 month, 2 weeks

Planting trees on the after birth

Evelyn Tobin shares korero on Tikanga Maori in a modern context a current them in our radio shows
1 month, 2 weeks

Māramataka Māori and conservation of the environment

Heeni Hoterene shares korero about the Māori moon calendar and how it can be used by whānau to conserve the environment.
2 months, 2 weeks

Te Aomihia Brown is headed to Arizona for World Hiphop Comp

We speak to Kylie Brown about this kaupapa that is in August
2 months, 2 weeks

Te Mauri O Te Poi Wananga in October

This is a kaupapa bought to you by Wikitoria Tuhakaraina, for more information Facebook Search: Te Mauri O Te Poi
2 months, 2 weeks

NZ aims to have less than 5% of population smoking by 2025

We are joined by Mihi from Hapai Te Hauora for World Smoke Free Day 2018
2 months, 2 weeks

Haukura hosts Te Hiku FM's hard hitting political show from a haukāinga perspective in te reo Māori

Hono mai ki te hōtaka o Taumatahanga. Join Haukura Jones, as she tackles topical issues, with fast-paced interviews and hard-hitting commentary from a haukāinga perspective. Taumatahanga is a fast-paced  un-beat political show, jam packed with national, regional and community based interviews from a Māori perspective. Haukura shines a light on the things that affect our people on our many marae, and in our many kāinga. This is a regional Maori radio show that also highlights current affairs of national significance. Whakarongo mai.