Data Futures Summit

Dr Willy-John Martin talks about the importance in protecting our data for generation and this hui will be a guide for everyone
20 hours, 19 minutes

Future Leaders

Ezekiel Raui talks about the many effort to support Rangatahi in Te Taitokerau whilst also encouraging Rangatiratanga
20 hours, 31 minutes

Te Toki Nui a Kupe

Chris Henare tells us about the joint kaupapa held by the three Taitokerau Kapa to celebrate master navigator Sir Hector Busby
5 days, 19 hours

Support for The Wheel Blacks

SJ Brown talks about the Wheel Blacks that are seeking support to send them overseas to the Paralympics
6 days, 20 hours

Controversial Māori Chocolates for Sale

Bevan shares with us the journey of establishing the Māori Chocolate business and what inspired him to start this kaupapa
6 days, 20 hours

Kia Anga Mua Ngā Hapū o Ngāpuhi

Keti Marsh-Solomon talks to us about the second hui for those 31 hapū who said YES to the evolved Ngāpuhi mandate
1 week

Run the Valley and support Otaatara Marae.

Angelina Goodhew talks to us about the Run the Valley fundtaiser for the Otaatara Marae Wharekai in Waima
1 week, 4 days

Should Michael Jackson be banned from the airwaves

Rukuwai Tipene-Allen shared her thoughts on the call to have Michael Jackson's music banned from the airwaves
1 week, 4 days

Te Ara ki te Ao: Performing Arts

Hinerongonui Kingi speaks on the opportunities she's been offered through Performing Arts
1 week, 5 days

NZ Health to be reviewed

Matthew Tukaki joined us to discuss the court outcome regarding the review of our health system
1 week, 5 days

Workout for free at the Backyard Bar Park in Moerewa

Henry Rock Wiki joins us to speak about the new bar park launched in Moerewa
1 week, 6 days

Māori Support Cannabis Legalisation

Marama Davidson tells us about the Green Parties ambition to support Māori even with legalising Cannabis
1 week, 6 days

Earn while you learn with Ngāti Hine

Ngāti Hine have launched their program Ngā Mahuri o Ngāti Hine which will see a learn while you earn approach to forestry
2 weeks

Tamariki Day

Mihi Henare talks about Tamariki Day sponsored by a collective of organisations in Kaitaia
2 weeks, 3 days

Should Te Matatini Results be made Public?

The Native Diva Miss Kihi joined Taumatahanga to talk about the controversial kōrero sweeping the motu at present
2 weeks, 4 days

Māori name for Doubtless Bay

We talk to Penetaui Kleskovic about Doubtless Bay having a Māori name and meaning of Tokerau.
2 weeks, 5 days

Māori Radio Broadcasting Te Matatini ki Te Ao

Hone Winder-Murray shares with us his experience being a part of the radio broadcasting team for Te Matatini ki Te Ao
2 weeks, 5 days

Te Matatini: Insight into the Pōhiri

Karanama Peita talks about the emotional exchange felt during the exchange of the Whare Kawakawa between him and Kīngi Tuheitia
3 weeks, 4 days

Marae Connectivity

Di Grenell says Te Puni Kokiri will bring the internet to Marae to connect whānau in isolated communities with the wider hāpori
4 weeks

What makes Te Matatini Unique

Hone and Daphne discuss Te Matatini and the richness in Tikanga and te Reo that this kaupapa produces for the masses
4 weeks

Hui for Ngai Takoto

Penetaui Kleskovic on what's ahead for Ngai Takoto as they head into hui to discuss the pūtea from Treaty Claims
1 month

New Zealander of the Year Awards

New Zealander of the Year Finalist Shay Wright spoke about his passion to help Rangatahi Maori prosper with te Whare Hukahuka
1 month

Risk of haemorrhages higher for Māori and Pacific Islanders

Bryan Simpson of Otago University joins us to speak on the latest research of blood thinner medicines
1 month

Blood in Blood out

Nephi Arthur of NZBLOOD jopins us to discuss the next blood drive campaign in Kaitaia during the month of February 2019
1 month

Te Matatini me ngā āhuatanga o te reo

Tupoutahi Winitana shares his whakaaro on te reo and Te Matatini
1 month

Daphne & Joel host Te Hiku FM's vibrant afternoon show exploring the latest trending kaupapa

Hono mai ki te hōtaka o Taumatahanga. Join Daphne Popata and Joel Bristow, as they explores the latest trending issues, with fast-paced interviews and hard-hitting commentary from a younger haukainga perspective. Taumatahanga is a fast-paced, upbeat afternoon show, jam packed with national, regional and community based interviews from a Māori perspective. This is a regional Māori radio show that also highlights current affairs of national significance. Whakarongo mai. 1pm - 4pm ia rā o te wīki Mane ki te Paraire.