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Te Whakaminenga o Ngā Hapū o Aotearoa

Pouri Harris talks about basing a new structure of te whakaminenga to fix the wrongs done by the crown
2 days

Oranga Tamariki review reveals what we already knew

Tihi Punanaki says about time that Oranga Tamariki start listening to us and what we've been saying all along
2 days, 20 hours

New Report shows deep, persistent and increasing inequities

Dame Naida Glavish talks about report that brings to light staggering statistics around the uplifting of Māori babies
2 days, 20 hours

Te Noho Taiao Wānanga o Te Rarawa

Tumuaki Mina Pomare took her students to this wānanga with the intention that they would learn and take home valuable lessons
3 days, 4 hours

Kei a wai te Mana whakahaere i ngā rawa o Tangaroa?

Makere Mutu says the hapū & iwi of each area have the authority to deal with the whales that wash up on our shores
3 days, 22 hours

Te Tohu Paetahi Ako - Te Awanuiārangi

Kaiako Patricia Hikuroa speaks about the aspects of their teaching program at Te Whare Wananga o Te Awanuiarangi ki Whangarei
4 days

He Kōrero Kapa Haka Kei te Haere

Morgana Thomas has been with Te Kapa o Muriwhenua for 10 years & encourages new faces of all ages to engage if they wish
4 days

Christmas Catch up & Plans for Te Aurere

Gina Harding discuses projects happening out at Te Aurere for 2020
4 days

Coming home to learn and help grow te reo o te kainga

Rahera Cowie is one of the students that travelled a long distance to be at 'Te Taumata' she tells us why it's important for her
4 days, 20 hours

Te Mana o te Wai Māori

Maanu Paul gives us an update on Kaweraus drinking water and the case going to the high court regarding Wai Maori rights
4 days, 20 hours

Pop Up Clinics

Conor O'Sullivan speaks to us about the Kaikohe & Kaitāia clinics set up to alleviate pressure on doctors in the Far North
4 days, 20 hours

Sperm Whale washed up on Ninety Mile Beach

Heta Conrad discusses the many whales that keep washing up on our sand from the ocean
5 days, 21 hours

Te Taumata 2020 - Wānanga Reo

Quinton Hita, one of the kaiako at the Te Taumata Wānanga speaks to us about what he would like to come out of this wānanga
5 days, 21 hours

Wattie's 'Offensive' Ad Campaign - "Too Far"

Anton Matthews (Te Rarawa, Te Aupouri) has taken a stand against the campaign which misspells Māori place names
5 days, 21 hours

Kia ū, Kia Mau ki Ngā Whenua o Ngāti Kahu

Reremoana Renata talks about her mahi with her people of Ngāti Kahu around holding on to ancestral land for future generations
1 week

Ko Te Tai Tokerau te Aronga Matua mō Tēnei wā

Nau Epiha discusses the language of Te Tai Tokerau and current land claims, stating that the north is his main focus
1 week

He hui kei te tū ki Otatara Marae, Waima

Huhana Lyndon talks about an upcoming gathering in Waima to advance how hapu want their claims to be addressed.
1 week

Te Taumata 2020 - Wānanga reo

Moe Milne speaks to Te Ikanui about the upcoming ‘Te Taumata’ wānanga from the 12 - 16 Jan in Whangārei
1 week

Tuia 250 and other current affairs regarding Ngāti Rehia

Nora Rameka touches on the Tuia 250 expedition & what's in store for Ngāti Rehia for 2020
1 week, 2 days

Running a small business - me pēhea?

Medadane Kipa speaks to us about how to best run a small business and financial literacy
1 week, 2 days

He rā kia whakanuia, kia whakamaumahara i a Dame Whina Cooper

Hinerangi Puru gives a rundown on plans to celebrate the life of Dame Whina Copper in Panguru, 3rd Feb 2020
1 week, 3 days

Studying towards a Masters Degree

Ngawaiata Evans discusses what people need to consider when choosing to start their masters degree
1 week, 3 days

Nation wide appeal to help Australia put out the bush fires

Jerry Norman is an active member of Rotary New Zealand and they are leading this appeal to help extinguish the fires
1 week, 4 days

"Puwherowhero ana katoa ngā kapua"

Naida Glavish speaks to Te Ikanui about current affairs such as the fires in Australia
1 week, 4 days

Kua tae mai te auahi ki Aotearoa

Hailey Tobin speaks about how we communicate to our own tamariki when the unexpected happens i.e effects of fires in AUS
1 week, 4 days

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.