Hauora for On the Go Māma

Jashana Bristow is running boot camps for Māma that are struggling to find balance with life, mahi and hauora
11 hours, 37 minutes

Maintaining Positive Momentum

Hone Winder-Murray was a part of a over seas exchange that has reignited the urge to prosper
11 hours, 40 minutes

In the run for Councillor

Hone Mihaka is running for council in this years elections so Māori have a voice in Council
11 hours, 46 minutes

Wānanga for Hapu Māma

Ruby-Anne Reihana is hosting wānanga to teach and encourage new Māma to lead a healthier lifestyle for pēpi
11 hours, 50 minutes

Green's stand with Mana Whenua

Marama Davidson supports the peaceful protest of Mana Whenua at Ihumātao
12 hours

Te Oneroa a Tohe Hui

Members of the Oneroa a Tohe Board are set to meet with the wider community to better understand the issues regarding our taonga
4 days, 8 hours

Top Drainage - Brought to you by Herekino Tavern

Joanne Murray is driving a kaupapa for whanau to enjoy together by learning about the impacts these animals have on our Ngahere
4 days, 8 hours

Te Hiku ki te AO!

Joel Bristow gives us a lowdown on their trip to Canada for the Indigenous Film Festival
4 days, 8 hours

Kia Mataara

Albert Cash encourages everyone to be safe with appliances & fires this season
1 week

Concern for Long-Fin Tuna

Millan Ruka expresses concern for tuna in Te Taitokerau due to the impacts of global warming & commercial fisheries
1 week

Te Panekiretanga o Te Reo Māori

Eli Smith is a part of the final rangapū of Te Panekiretanga & aims to embody all he has learned in Te Taitokerau
1 week, 1 day

He Taonga Tukuiho

Wikatana Popata was among a contingent of 80 people of Te Rarawa Kaiwhare that went to Auckland to welcome home Tangonge
1 week, 1 day

Ngapuhi Kohao Rau

Penetaui Kleskovic believes it's time for Ngapuhi to think about the future of our tamariki and the need for the Iwi to settle
1 week, 1 day

Becroft Re-appointed as NZ Children's Commissioner

Judge Andrew Becroft is excited to continue to be the advocate for the one million tamariki in New Zealand
1 week, 6 days

Lingogo - The Ana Series

Oriini Kaipara was part of a project that translated pakiwaitara into Te Reo as a tool to learn the language
1 week, 6 days

Taipa Bridge Deconstruction

Jacqui Hori-Hoult talks about the Taipa Bridge Project, its current status & expected completion
1 week, 6 days

Te Hokinga Mai

Pierre Lyndon aims to reconnect descendants of Rahiri to their kāinga to learn whakapapa
1 week, 6 days

Puanga Celebrations for Whangaroa

Robyn Tauroa of Whangaroa Papa Hapū spoke about the amazing day whānau had to celebrate the new year
2 weeks

Holy Colony Burning Acres

Troy Kingi talks about the release of his new album and the journey he took to bring this reggae album to life
2 weeks

PLUNGE Comic Convention

Michael Botur, a NZ writer, talks about Northland's very first Comic Convention for all ages
2 weeks

Onepū, A Story of Pikopiko I Whiti.

Jack, Ariana & Marama joined Daphne today to share the beautiful story of creation through contemporary dance
2 weeks, 4 days

Nearing a New Moon

Heeni Hoterene talks about the maramataka Maori & what we should expect in the coming days leading up to Whiro
3 weeks, 1 day

Labour Shuffle and Matariki

Willow-Jean Prime has a new position assistance Hon. Nanaia Mahuta in her role as the Minister of Local Government
3 weeks, 1 day

Te Hiku ki Kānata - Indigenous Film Festival

Ngawaiata Evans is part of a small contingent from Te Hiku Media going to Canada to share data sovereignty knowledge
3 weeks, 1 day

Maori and Polynesian Style to hit China!

Tania Rupapera talks about the artists that will carry native styles across the world to Hong Kong Fashion week
3 weeks, 1 day

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.