The Haka Party Incident - A Reflection

Wikitoria Makiha reflects on the time in 1979 when students rehearsed a racist mock haka and were confronted by her and others
6 days, 1 hour

Losing a Friend to COVID Affects View on Vaccination

Ngāpuhi descendant, Te Rata Boldy shares his perspective on COVID-19 vaccination after losing a friend to the virus
1 week, 3 days

Wharekura Co-design Māori Relationships & Sexuality Program

Te Ira Tangata is a new programme designed for year 9 & 10 Māori medium students. Mera Penehira has more
1 week, 3 days

Iwi Collective Supports Whānau Into Jobs

Te Aupōuri, Te Rarawa and Ngāi Takoto have developed an initiative called 'Tupu' to help whānau into local employment
1 week, 4 days

Ngāti Kahu Doctors Advise Iwi on COVID Vaccine

Professor Makere Mutu says Ngāti Kahu doctors have advised iwi that Pfizer vaccine is the best option to combat Covid-19
1 week, 4 days

Te Aupōuri Backs Pfizer Vaccine

Te Aupōuri CEO, Mariameno Kapa-Kingi says Te Rūnanga Nui o Te Aupōuri supports the Pfizer vaccine but iwi must lead the roll-out
1 week, 4 days

Foundation North Raise $25K for Student Volunteer Army

The aim of the Student Volunteer Army is for every young person in NZ to know the importance of volunteering. Penny Roy has more
1 week, 6 days

Van Providing Washing Facilities Doubles Shifts to Keep Up

Orange Sky NZ has been helping whānau for 3 years. Spokesperson, Eddie Uini says demand for the service doubled since COVID-19
1 week, 6 days

30 Year Road to Address Taipa Sewage Issues

Ngāti Kahu spokesperson, Makere Mutu says it took Environment Court involvement and decades of neglect for FNDC to work with iwi
1 week, 6 days

Minimum Wage Rise Hoped to Address NZ Wage Gap

The NZ minimum wage has increased to $20. Māori and Pacific experience pay discrimination, the rise is hoped to fix the wage gap
1 week, 6 days

Kuia, Kaumātua Key in Māori Upbringing

Ngawaiata Evans of Ngāti Kahu reflects on her upbringing with the love and guidance of her kuia, kaumātua
1 week, 6 days

Kaitaia Community to Meet to Tackle Homelessness

Rangimarie Pomare says the housing crisis in Northland is urgent and has called a meeting at Te Ahu, 10am on the 12 of April
1 week, 6 days

Learning Reo Opens Doors for Publishing Associate

Jamie Te Huia Cowell is a publishing associate at 100 Pukapuka, a door which opened to her through learning te reo Māori
3 weeks, 1 day

Ngāti Whātua: Through The Eyes of Ngarimu Blair

Ngāti Whātua Ōrākei deputy chair, Ngarimu Blair shares his memories of growing up Ngāti Whātua and his hopes for his iwi
3 weeks, 1 day

Ahipara Wānanga to Revive Waiata Tawhito

Tui Te Paa of Te Rarawa says Roma Marae will host a series of wānanga aimed at bringing their old songs back to life
3 weeks, 5 days

Teddybears in Lockdown Inspires Children's Book

Children's author, June Pitman-Hayes says her new book 'There's a Bear in The Window' has also been translated into te reo Māori
3 weeks, 5 days

Kava Ceremony Honours Tāngata Whenua

Mana Moana Leadership NZ spokesperson, Pikilau Manase Lua says the kava ceremony was held during the America's Cup
3 weeks, 5 days

First-home Buyers to Benefit From Law Changes

Labour MP, Kiritapu Allen says Labour's goal is to bring stability to NZ's housing market while making home ownership easier
3 weeks, 5 days

Police Photography of Māori Youth Racist

Green Party co-leader, Marama Davidson says photographing and keeping a database of innocent Māori youth is racist and must end
1 month

15 Job Vacancies in Managed Isolation Facilities

Dr. Lance O'Sullivan says healthcare assistants are needed for MIQ facilities in Auckland, he shares more on the vacancies
1 month

Ngāti Kahu Marae, Civil Defence to Work Together

Ngāti Kahu CEO, Anahera Herbert-Graves says last week's evacuation highlighted a need for emergency overnight accomodation
1 month

Baby Heartbeat Inspires New Bilingual Reo Single

Husband and wife duo 'Aro', Emily and Charles Looker have released a moving single based on the sound of their babys heartbeat
1 month

Te Aupōuri Revisits Civil Defence Strategy

Te Aupōuri CEO, Mariameno Kapa-Kingi says there were no tsunami warning sirens from Ngātaki to Te Hāpua and this needs fixing
1 month

Racist Systems Everywhere - Political Reporter

Political reporter, Rukuwai Tipene-Allen says racism is rampant within NZ systems, but it isn't always obvious
1 month

Te Hiku Civil Defence Plan Review Assisted in Tsunami Warning

Te Hiku Community Board spokesperson Jaqi Brown says despite the new plan not being complete, it helped with Friday's evacuation
1 month, 1 week

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.