Music Month: New Single "KOTUKU"

Emily Looker of Aro joins us to talk about the release of their new single Kōtuku and the APRA Awards
1 week

Kapa Haka: A collective decision

Robert Diamond of the Waitangi Cultural Committee talks about the process in which the 4 roopu were chosen to represent Te Nōta
1 week

Tikanga: How Marae protocol has changed

Wikitoria Makiha is an expert in karanga and says that social distancing has been a challenge but we can adapt
1 week

Good People Make Good Plumbers

Greg Wallace from Master Plumbers NZ talks to us about Te Hiku success at the NZ Plumbing Awards & the future of the industry
1 week, 1 day

Online Māori Business Booming

Adrienne Whitewood from Ahu Boutique has been pleased with the support for Māori businesses over lockdown
1 week, 5 days

Kura mo ngā Mokopuna

Kawiti Waetford on entertaining tamariki through online resource "Kura mo ngā mokopuna."
1 week, 5 days

Code of Care

Trudy Brown provides us with an update as Ngai Takoto continue to provide support to iwi beneficiaries
2 weeks


Tupuria King shares his hope to inspire waka ama paddlers
2 weeks

Recognition for Veterans

Veterans Minister Ron Mark joins Te Hiku to ask the community for input into a covenant that entitles soldiers to more support
2 weeks

Whānaungatanga to Help Anxiety

Dr Pikihuia Pomare talks about Episode 3 of Te Pūtahi & on using whānau as a tool to combat stress & anxiety
2 weeks

Marae Digital Connectivity

Penetaui Kleskovic is encouraging marae to register to the Digital Connectivity kaupapa
2 weeks

Tangihanga Tikanga

E ai ki a Rueben Taipari, kia ū tātou ki ngā tikanga, kia haumaru kei te hapū, kei te whānau pani te mana whakahaere tangihanga
2 weeks, 1 day

He Mahi Nui Kei Mua i a Tātou

Kylie Brown shares her thoughts on the budget announcement & supporting Te reo Māori initiatives & radio
2 weeks, 1 day

Rangitahi Reporters Wanted!

Pere Wihongi talks to us about his exciting new kaupapa 'Te Mānuka'
2 weeks, 1 day

New Candidate for Te Taitokerau

Māori Party candidate for the Te Taitokerau electorate Mariameno Kapa says rangatahi need a reason to vote
2 weeks, 2 days

Ngāti Hine Forestry Trust Under level 2

Huhana Lyndon provides us with an update on how Ngāti Hine Forestry Trust are managing
2 weeks, 2 days

Post-Budget Decisions to be Made

Labour Party MP list Willow-Jean Prime tells us there is some big decisions ahead where & how the budget will be shared out
2 weeks, 3 days

Shovels Are Ready!

Felicity Foy says they are ready & waiting for the 17 projects submitted for funding in the Far North
2 weeks, 3 days

Homegrown Music

Jackson Ratu talks about his aspirations as we celebrate NZ Music Month
2 weeks, 6 days

Maramataka Māori

Heeni Hoterene eprovides her weekly maramakataka updates.
2 weeks, 6 days

NZ Police: Abuse of Power

Emilie Rākete says that the NZ Police need to be made accountable and rebuild trust within community
2 weeks, 6 days

Inspiration vs Appropriation

Nigel Borell, Māori Art Curator at Auckland Art Gallery, speaks about protecting Māori artists and their work
2 weeks, 6 days

Māori Tourism Needs Certainty & Leadership

National Party Māori Tourism spokesperson, Harete Hipango, believes the sector isn't being supported under Labour
2 weeks, 6 days

Modelling cases for a second outbreak could help prevent them

Prof Shaun Hendy shares his work on modelling the effects of contact tracing to help lower transmission rates.
2 weeks, 6 days

Busy Road Ahead for Council

Moko Tepania on a wide range of kaupapa including the desire to expand Port at Marsden Point, Road Blocks and more
3 weeks

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.