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Whiria Te Tira

Sheridan Waitai talks to us about the initiative to empower the women of Te Tai Tokerau
4 hours, 1 minute

Iron Mahue 2019

Eljon Fitzgerald organizer of Iron Mahue joined us to talk about this kaupapa and how it brings whānau together
2 days, 6 hours

Waka Ama to Help Mental Health

Hinemoa Elder talks about the possibility of Waka Ama being a safe haven for people struggling with Mental Ill-Health
2 days, 7 hours

W6 500m Winners!

Jamille Ruka joins us to take us on a journey to Number One and how it felt to beat the undefeated 6 year title holders
2 days, 8 hours

Mahi whakataki ki Te Matatini 2019

Chey Milne shares his kōrero on Te Matatini ki Te Ao 2019
3 days, 4 hours

Ko te kotahitanga o ngā hapū te mea nui

Moana Tuwhare joins Taumatahanga to discuss the hui for ngā hapū o Ngāpuhi at Kowhate marae.
3 days, 5 hours

Artificial Intelligence Conference

Dr Mataroria Lyndon talks about this auspicious conference for Māori doctors to learn and create together
6 days, 4 hours

Indigenous Music Summit

Hinerongonui Kingi joins us to talk about heading to Montreal for the very first Indigenous Music Summit
6 days, 4 hours

The Audacity of the White Suppressor

Eliota Fuimaono-Sapolu shares his passionate views on the ignorance of some people in regards to the Maori Culture
6 days, 4 hours

Ngapuhi Mandate Hui at Kohewhata Marae

Ted Wihongi joined us to talk about a hui at Kohewhata to create an open forum to find a pathway that benefits Ngapuhi Nui Tonu
6 days, 5 hours

Pollution or sewage on Tokerau Beach

Mel joins Taumatahanga for a kōrero about public concern of the potential pollution on Tokerau Beach
1 week

Basketball taking rangatahi places

Raymond Cameron shares how basketball and other sports are positive for the rangatahi
1 week

Te Noho Taiao o Te Rarawa

Joanne Murray joins Taumatahanga to kōrero about a kaupapa that was established to enrich our whānau with kōrero tuku iho.
1 week

Ko te reo Māori te wāhanga matamua o te Matatini

Paraone Gloyne shares his kōrero on Te Mataini ki Te Ao
1 week

Tai Tokerau Rugby League 2019

Hone Harawira CEO of the TRL talks to us about the 2019 competition and who will be involved
1 week, 1 day

Genealogy through Kapa Haka

Pauline Hopa joined us today to talk about what Kapa Haka means to her and her aspirations for this years Matatini ki te Ao
1 week, 1 day

Mātai Bay Snorkel Day 2019

Isabel Krauss explains to us what the snorkel day is all about and what they hope to achieve
1 week, 2 days

Kōrero Tuku Iho ki Te Taumata 2019

Rereata Makiha talks to us about what to expect from him at Te Taumata 2019
1 week, 2 days

Maramatanga Māori in a Minute

Raniera Pene talks to us about the 100 year celebrations of Tahupōtiki Wiremu Rātana
1 week, 2 days

Te Matatini ki te Ao

Te Hira Paenga has been selected to be a judge for Te Matatini for the very first time
1 week, 3 days

Indigenous Genetics Hui

Conor O'Sullivan joins us to talk about a Research and Genetics Hui to take place in Te Hiku this March
1 week, 3 days

Te Houtaewa 2019!

Peter Kitchen joined Te Hiku to talk about Te Houtaewa 2019 and the history of the Kaupapa
1 week, 3 days

Working through the Christmas break

Whatitiri Te Wake hard at work while the whānau take a holiday
1 week, 6 days

Keep informed about water safety

Jonty Mills CEO of Water Safety NZ speaks with
1 week, 6 days

Snapper Bonanza 2019!

Dave Collard joined us today to talk about the Snapper Bonanza Competition that is set to hit our shores once again.
1 week, 6 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.