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Euthanasia, how does it sit with Māori?

After passing the second reading in Parliament, euthanasia might be an option in the near future.
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Local Hapū use Tikanga Māori to bring health back to the moana

Rāhui have been called in Te Hiku o Te Ika, but what does that all mean?
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Our kaumātua are our voice today but who will it be tomorrow?

A challenge laid before rangatahi to use what they have to help taumata
1 month

Music, a vehicle for Te Reo Māori for the generations

Aaria, Maimoa, Maisey, Rob...All made and are making a difference for Te Reo, Aaria singer, Amomai Pihama shares her whakaaro
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The future of the reo in Ngāpuhi, a dream that will be realised

Anaru Kaipo, says Ngāpuhi has what it takes to ensure the reo in our kāinga are revitalized and sustained
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Te Reo Māori soars to new notes with new album 'Te Reo Kia Wana'

A journey of Te Ao Māori through music
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Restoring balance to the moana at the core of rāhui

Te Whānau Moana and Te Rorohuri look to safe guarding the future of Maitai bay for the generations through kaupapa Māori
1 month, 1 week

Andrew Little wants to hear from Hapū

Hapū representation is a priority for Andrew Little when he talks about the Ngāpuhi mandate to move treaty settlement forward.
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Joelene Rupapera speaks Hauora and Te Hiku

Te Hiku Hauora is the Far North's most comprehensive health service provider. We offer healthcare from birth, through to old age
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Hapū rangatiratanga, a mandate and a new minister - What's next

Ngāpuhi settlement will be the last of its size but what needs to be done first?
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Greed could be at the center of tertiaty closures in the north

Treaty claims, unemployment and closure of campuses are some of the hot topics in Northland
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What will it take to get Ngāpuhi over the line? New Leadership?

Aotearoa's biggest tribe is once again at the center of Treaty settlement conversations but what does this mean for Ngāpuhi
2 months

Maimoa Music takes depression head on with new waiata

We are Human looks past the facade and into the truth that lies in us all. Raniera, joins us for a yarn, a laugh and real talk
2 months

Maimoa Music shines light on depression with We Are Human

Quick fire pātai, a few good laughs and a huge kaupapa. Awatea, breaks down all things Maimoa and everything We Are Human
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Me whai reo ngā hapū i ngā whakataunga kereme

Mā ngā hapū ngā hapū e kōrero
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Ka aha a Ngāpuhi ināianei? Anei a Ppierre Lyndon e whakapae ana

He kōrero kemere, kōrero porotiki, he kōrero mō ngā kiore
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Mā te mahi tahi ka mutu atu te whakaweti tamariki

He kaupapa mahi tahi ki waenganui i ngā Iwi me ngā pirihimana
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Ka aha a Ngāpuhi i aianei?

E āta wetewete ana a Rukuwai rāua ko Pā Kelly i ngā kaupapa o te wā
2 months

Te Rarawa Wānanga kicked off in Tāmaki and it was a hit

Haami Piripi, says Te Rarawa is alive and buzzing after wānanga reo
2 months, 1 week

Marama Davidson adopts Māori Party Bill - Te Rā o Parihaka

A time in history that must be remembered
2 months, 1 week

The Race for The Denby Ward

Huhan Lyndon is one of 16 gunning for the new seat
2 months, 2 weeks

New Government, New Ministers - what does it all mean

Godfrey Rudolph gives his take on the new make up
2 months, 3 weeks

Te Reo Wānanga set to revitalise te reo o Te Rarawa

Free wānanga reo at Te Unga Waka for all levels of Reo
2 months, 3 weeks

More Māori than we've ever seen in key positions

Kelvin, Shane, Winston, Peeni, Nanaia - a good day for Māori
2 months, 3 weeks

New Crown/Māori relations role, a score for Māori

Te Tai Tokerau MP fills the newest role in Parliament ahead of Ngāpuhi settlement
2 months, 3 weeks

Te Hiku FM's hard hitting political show with a haukāinga perspective

Join Rukuwai, as she tackles the hard issues, with fast-paced interviews and hard-hitting commentary from a haukāinga perspective. Taumatahanga is a fast-paced and un-beat political show, jam packed with national, regional and community based interviews from a Māori perspective, shining light on the things that affect our people.