Patient 23: Northland's First COVID-19 Case

Joshua Dent joins us to shed some light on his journey through COVID-19 to raise awareness of just how serious it is
4 hours, 57 minutes

Don't Flee to The Regions

We meet Dr Shaun Hendy who explains to us the science behind the numbers
3 days, 6 hours

Health Checkpoint Stopped For Now

Hone Harawira says that they stopped 200 cars yesterday, and was pleased to see everyone supporting the kaupapa
4 days, 7 hours

Update from The New Zealand Nurses Organisation (NZNO)

Kaiwhakahaere, Kerri Nuku explains that nurses dealing with COVID-19 cases are not being given personal protective equipment
4 days, 8 hours

Look After Each Other

Mayor John Carter explains the measures in place at Council to ensure essential services are still running
5 days, 4 hours

COVID-19 Alert Level 3 in motion

Professor Makere Mutu joins us to share her whakaaro regarding the recent COVID-19 announcements and what it means for her
6 days, 3 hours

Rental Market Strategy For Lockdown

Matthew Tukaki calls for a strategy around our rental market for those who are made redundant
6 days, 4 hours

Closure of Whare Karakia

Bishop Kito Pikaahu speaks to Janelle about the measures being taken amongst the community to reduce the risk of coronavirus
1 week

What We Can Expect From Lockdown

Leading expert, Dr Siouxsie Wiles, discusses latest coronavirus updates & what we can expect over the next few weeks
1 week

Iwi Response For Remote Communities

Sheridan Waitai says that iwi partnerships in Te Hiku are helping to ease worry for remote Far North haukāinga
1 week

Learning From Our Past

Whatitiri Te Wake reflects on the impact of the Spanish Flu & the lessons we can learn to approach this latest epidemic
1 week, 2 days

Ko Au Te Awa, Ko Te Awa Ko Au

Ngarama Morunga from the Northland Regional Council reminds us that the water crisis is still an issue
1 week, 3 days

Tackling COVID-19

Iwi Chairs Forum spokesman, Mike Smith, joins us to discuss all things coronavirus related
1 week, 3 days

Mahimaru Marae Cancels Bookings

Peter-Lucas Jones, Mahimaru Trustee, talks about the decision to cancel the marae bookings
1 week, 4 days

Protecting Our Kids

Ngawaiata Evans, local kaiako, talks about the role of schools during the coronavirus outbreak
1 week, 4 days

Airport Measures Not Good Enough

Grace Latimer returned to Aotearoa after last Sunday's deadline and is currently in self isolation
1 week, 4 days

Strategising Tangihanga Attendance

Francis Tipene talks about the approach the funeral industry is taking amid the COVID-19 pandemic
1 week, 4 days

Coronavirus Impact on Tikanga

Harina Rupapera & Janelle Popata talk about the temporary hold on certain tikanga, due to the Coronavirus
1 week, 6 days


Dr Lance O'Sullivan shares his thoughts on the global pandemic
1 week, 6 days

Whānau Coronavirus Stance

Komene Cassidy shares the stance his whānau is taking to ensure their safety during the global pandemic
1 week, 6 days

Corona Virus Truths

Prof. Peter Shepherd of UoA shares insights into the COVID19 virus taking the globe by storm
2 weeks, 3 days

Te Wananga Reo o Te Rarawa

Mike Te Wake speaks about the recent wananga reo and shares his perspective on learning te reo vs te mita o te reo
3 weeks, 5 days

TRL: Te Hiku Mavericks Back in The Game

Conor O'Sullivan talks of the holistic hauora approach the team is taking this league season for total well-being.
3 weeks, 5 days

Shining on Kaitaia

Dreams and aspirations of Shine On Kaitaia will continue despite the battle to access the old Pak'n'Sav building.
3 weeks, 6 days

Te Aupouri Supporters Kapa Haka

Aramaera Wiki, discusses the kapa created to support the competitive groups of the Far North that wish to attend Te Matatini
1 month

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.