History In Schools Wānanga

Taking a collective approach to learn and navigate teaching hitori in schools across the motu
2 months, 1 week

Te Au Warawara

The twelve marae on the surrounding the Warawara Forest in Northern Hokianga are on a mission to revive waiata tawhito
2 months, 1 week

The Raw Chicken Debacle

A serious incident regarding uncooked chicken and a visit to the emergency room sparks debates regarding lunch in school program
2 months, 1 week

He Manawa Kuaka - The Long Road Ahead

Whānau of Thomas Strickland (Ngāti Kuri) band together to raise funds to cover health expenses due to severe illness
2 months, 1 week

Manaia Aupouri: Strengthening Māori Relationships At AUT

New Māori students enrolled at AUT this year will get a formal welcome from the University's Māori Student association
3 months, 1 week

Cherie Slater: The Bubble Girl

The Bubble Girl owner Cherie Slater on bringing creativity to the people of Kaitaia
3 months, 1 week

Werehiko Hauiti: Te Wānanga O Aotearoa Whānau Day

An information day about what's on offer to study this year at Te Wānanga o Aotearoa's Kaitaia campus
3 months, 3 weeks

Captain Donut: Sweetening Up Kaitaia Since 2016

Former Captain Donut owner Janice Doel on what it was like for her to serve a small and intimate community like Kaitaia
3 months, 3 weeks

Waitangi Piripi: A Waka Ama Champion By Birthright

Waka Ama junior gold medalist Waitangi Piripi on how her success inspires her to strive for excellence when on the water
3 months, 3 weeks

Toitū Kaupapa Māori Mātauranga | Māori Education Trust

General Manager John Cribb on how the Māori Education Trust provides support to those who are studying at a tertiary level
3 months, 3 weeks

Māori Education Trust In Partnership With Te Runanga o Ngāpuhi

Māori Education Trust General Manager John Cribb on the successful hui about a potential partnership with Te Rūnanga o Ngāpuhi
3 months, 3 weeks

Choosing To Study At NorthTec Te Pūkenga In 2023

Facilitator Nick Sheppard talks to Radio Te Hiku about what's on offer this year at NorthTec Te Pūkenga
3 months, 4 weeks

Sophia Thomas: Waka Ama More Than Just A Sport

Radio show host Sophia Thomas on why her love for Waka Ama has grown over the years
3 months, 4 weeks

Wiremu Smith: A Recap On Events

An update on how things are looking in sports, and in the kainga
4 months

Realigning Ourselves With The Changes Of The Taiao

Ngāti Kahu kuia Reremoana Renata reflects on growing up in Hihi and the impact of climate change in Te Taitokerau
4 months

Noho Taiao O Te Rarawa

Kawiti Waetford shares the outcome of the latest noho taiao hosted by Te Rarawa in Panguru
4 months

Wānanga Taumata Tapu Ki Mahimaru

Paane Thomas shares about upcoming wānanga hosted on 27-29th of January for karanga and whaikōrero
4 months

Celebrating 50 Years of Te Reo Māori

For 50 Years Māori have had the opportunity to learn te Reo Māori, a future sought after by those who lead the movement
8 months, 2 weeks

Support for whānau in light of recent terrorist attack

Marama Davidson shares the services available to those who feel at risk to themselves and others
1 year, 8 months

Help for Mental Health in Lockdown

A year on Soften Up Bro still provides a service to tāne who a battling mental illness. Heemi Kapa-Kingi shares more
1 year, 9 months

Lockdown Extension Likely

A spike in Delta cases is inevitable as the days go on - Kelvin Davis says caucus will meet tomorrow to discuss Alert Levels
1 year, 9 months

Not the time for a Holiday

Taitokerau Border Control sprung into action in a bid to minimise the traffic heading into the Rohe - Rueben Taipari has more
1 year, 9 months

Official Stand Alone Status for Tūtūtarakihi!

From a dream to reality - Rangimarie Pomare shares their journey to pave a pathway to Te Ao Māori for their tauira.
1 year, 9 months

No time for Waves!

Te Kohanga Trust have closed the access to Te Kohanga in a bid to minimize traffic around Tauroa - Tui Te Paa has more
1 year, 9 months

Vaccination Free to all

Mariameno Kapa-Kingi says over 100 people have received their vaccination this week and are looking to expand those numbers
1 year, 9 months

Weekdays from 4pm, Janelle & Daphne talk to established & emerging thought leaders from Te Hiku

Every afternoon Janelle and Daphne Popata talk to Te Hiku thought leaders about the issues that matter to you. Join them to explore these issues from their unique perspectives and fields of expertise.