Taumatahanga

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Ahipara Takiwā Update

Tui Te Paa was pleased with the unveiling of the pou whenua at Rapata and views on Tauroa rāhui
3 hours, 51 minutes

Taipa Waste Water Treatment

Trudy Allen, Julie Rikit and Wayne Parsonson talk about an issue that has been on the back burner since 2008.
5 hours, 11 minutes

Te Wiki o Te Reo Māori: Kohanga Reo

Daniel Procter (Chair TKR National Trust) is pushing for more adults to learn te reo as our kaumātua continue to decline
4 days, 1 hour

Te Wiki o Te Reo Māori: Kapa Haka

Oriini Kaipara is a strong advocate for te reo Māori and it's renaissance through kapahaka
4 days, 1 hour

Te Wiki o Te Reo Māori: Te Ao Waiata

Pere Wihongi has a vast background in Te Reo Māori & music infusing both to promote te reo
4 days, 1 hour

Te Wiki o Te Reo Māori: Te Ao Pāpāho Māori

Raniera Harrison talks about his exciting new mahi with Waka Huia and the importance of Māori Media
4 days, 1 hour

Te Wiki o Te Reo Māori: Rauemi

Michelle Coxhead has dedicated herself to creating rauemi to help teachers teach te Reo Māori
4 days, 1 hour

Te reo Māori me te kapa haka

Kawariki Morgan expresses his views on Te Wiki o Te Reo Māori & talks about season 2 of Haka at Home
5 days, 1 hour

Kōrero Te Reo Māori

Whatitiri Te Wake shares his experiences and whakaaro about Te Reo Māori
5 days, 1 hour

Te Reo Māori, Te Reo Rangatira

Penetaui Kleskovic gives his thoughts on Te Wiki o Te Reo Māori as a regular kaikōrero on the marae throughout Te Hiku o Te Ika
5 days, 1 hour

Mahi Tūpāpaku

Hakopa Tobin talks to us about mahi tūpāpaku in Whangārei and different aspects of the mahi
5 days, 2 hours

E Rere te Wairoa!

Hone Paitai shares the significance of the Wairoa River and the importance of letting our awa flow it's natural course
5 days, 7 hours

Wai Māori

Rereata Makiha talks about some of the benefits from the Te Wai Māori hui in Whangārei and where to next
6 days, 2 hours

Dealing with Depression

Kiri Allan, Labour Party MP, talks to us about dealing with the Black Dog
6 days, 3 hours

New Deputy CEO for Corrections

Kelvin Davis is pleased to announce that a strong voice for Māori has been appointed as the new Deputy CEO of Te Ara Poutama
6 days, 4 hours

Wairoa River changing every week

Tui Te Paa updates us on the Wairoa River in Ahipara and locals getting stuck pushing the boundaries
1 week

NCEA to Assess Primary Age Students

Pat Newman head of Northland's Principals Association is outraged that NCEA is looking to include primary aged students in exams
1 week

Māori Music Awards Nominee

Latoia Tepania hails from Samoa and Kaea, she is passionate about her music and shares her journey to the awards with Te Hiku
1 week

Prostate Cancer Month 2019

Graeme Woodside CE for Prostate Cancer NZ talks to us about the importance of men getting checked
1 week

Kete Whakapapa

Kaye-Maree Dunn talks to us about the sharing, storing and claiming of whakapapa
1 week, 4 days

Working Bee!

Anaru Kaipo advocates for whanau to return home to Mangakahia to help clean Waahi Tapu
1 week, 5 days

Crunch Time

Peter Lucas announces that the outcomes of the Maori Media Review will be made public at the end of this week
1 week, 6 days

Awatea and the Kawa Gang

Fraser Smith finds inspiration from the tamariki of Oturu School to write amazing stories for taiohi
1 week, 6 days

Bingo!

Erana Delzell is running a fundraising event to send her tamahine to Europe in 2020!
1 week, 6 days

Hikoi Reo Māori

Moana-Aroha Henare is heading a hikoi in Whangarei for the launch of Te Wiki o Te Reo Māori
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.