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Māramataka Māori and conservation of the environment

Heeni Hoterene shares korero about the Māori moon calendar and how it can be used by whānau to conserve the environment.
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Te Aomihia Brown is headed to Arizona for World Hiphop Comp

We speak to Kylie Brown about this kaupapa that is in August
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Te Mauri O Te Poi Wananga in October

This is a kaupapa bought to you by Wikitoria Tuhakaraina, for more information Facebook Search: Te Mauri O Te Poi
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NZ aims to have less than 5% of population smoking by 2025

We are joined by Mihi from Hapai Te Hauora for World Smoke Free Day 2018
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Rob Ruha represented NZ at Indigenous Music Awards in Canada

Rob shares some korero about the music and indigenous people he met in Canada
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Less fines, more employment, get your license here!

Tahuri Tibble talks getting your license with AutoMotivate free - what's stopping you?
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Decile school funding system may be replaced

Minister of Education advised by 2020 we may see a change, Te Riu Roa NZIE Union President Lynda Steward joins us for a korero
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Support for identity and cultural understanding - Creative NZ

Ngā Toi Māori helps to shape New Zealand’s national identity.
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We hear from ex-MP Pita Paraone on the National Party's concerns

Trevor Mallard receives letter from Jerry Brownlee about his chairing of House of Representatives
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Should the tribunal have the power of binding recommendations?

Chris Finlayson shares his concerns for Waitangi Tribunal
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Meka Whaitiri expresses concerns for the state of NZ Biosecurity

M Bovis - Can we achieve eradication or merely containment?
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Maui O Te Huapae - Sail to the horizon

Tech Week NZ sees Te Matarau Education Trust and Ngati Hine Health Trust hosting a tech week activity at Otiria Marae
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Proposed $145 million Opotiki Wharf build rejected

Kiritapu Allan, Labour List MP for the East Coast shares korero on this kaupapa and the iwi of Whakatohea involvement
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What other pathways and options are there for prison overflow?

We have Kelvin Davis, Minister of Corrections talking about the plans to tackle prison overflow
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Labour Govt have axed plans to build Waikeria mega prison

We are joined by Dave Bennett from National party and the Opposition Spokesperson for Corrections
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Shine on Kaitaia has Far Norths Got Talent set audition dates

We are joined TKKM O Pukemiro students who share this kaupapa with the community
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What is happening with the Old Pakn Save in Kaitaia

For a long time it's been left empty but there is now a plan in place for this area.
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Should Whanau Ora receive more funding?

More about the budget with Henare Kingi
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Something for our young people to enjoy

Shine on Kaitaia, dance party for youth at Kaitaia College
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Who's getting what in this budget 2018?

Associate Minister of Finance Shane Jones talks budget 2018
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Years of Graphic Design experience, Mohi Toko joins Taumatahanga

Deeper than design - passionate maori artist and graphic designer shares korero of his mahi in this industry
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Ministry of Forestry will oversee the billion trees project

Meka Whaitiri and Ministry keen to work with maori land owners for current tree planting project
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Save Lives Give Blood - joined by Tony from NZ Blood

Kaitaia RSA is where the NZ Blood Donations will be taking place Tuesday 22 May
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Canadian youth attends Climate Change Hui in Te Kaha

Kalilah shares korero from her home and also a waiata about her maunga
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Heaven and Earth - korero with Sarah Burren

UV light puppet Show comes to Kaitaia Te Ahu Centre for Queens bday week
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Haukura hosts Te Hiku FM's hard hitting political show from a haukāinga perspective in te reo Māori

Hono mai ki te hōtaka o Taumatahanga. Join Haukura Jones, as she tackles topical issues, with fast-paced interviews and hard-hitting commentary from a haukāinga perspective. Taumatahanga is a fast-paced  un-beat political show, jam packed with national, regional and community based interviews from a Māori perspective. Haukura shines a light on the things that affect our people on our many marae, and in our many kāinga. This is a regional Maori radio show that also highlights current affairs of national significance. Whakarongo mai.