Free Matariki Event at Te Ahu Kaitaia

Sheryl Ma'afu talks about the Matariki event to be hosted by Ngāti Kahu Social and Health Services
9 hours, 14 minutes

Matariki Awards 2019 recognising Māori talent and achievement

Stacey Morrison talks to us about the different types of awards recognising Māori talent and achievement for 2019
11 hours, 42 minutes

Korero to Combat Depression

Michael Naera of the Mental Health Foundation is strongly encouraging tāne Māori to talk about their issues
12 hours, 3 minutes

8 New Officers for NZ Police

Wikatana Popata attended yesterdays hui at Waikare Marae as the NZ Police swore in 8 new Police Officers from Te Taitokerau
13 hours, 24 minutes

Te Tikanga o te Karanga

Wikitoria Makiha shares in-site into the mahi karanga and the many responsibilities that fall upon the first voice of the Marae
13 hours, 51 minutes

Poroporoaki ki a Hekenukumai

Raniera Harrison commemorates Tā Hekenukumai for the revitalization of traditional way finding
1 day, 10 hours

Ever Changing World

Ral Makiha talks about a range of issues through the stories told by the stars
1 day, 11 hours

Youth Week

Micah Tawhara talks about the activities that Shine on Kaitaia have in store for Kaitaia
1 day, 12 hours

Tangata Beats

Selena Bercic took a group of Rangatahi to Tangata Beats in Whangarei
1 day, 12 hours

Overview of Livestream

Hone Winder-Murray talks about the caliber of Matauranga that turned out in the masses to celebrate the life of Hekenukumai
1 day, 12 hours

A Star in The Sky

Heeni Brown talks about the naming of a star in the constellation Scorpius by Master Navigator Nainoa Thompson
1 day, 12 hours

Outward Bound

Simon Graney of School Director for OB talks about the benefits of the kaupapa and Scholarships for people of all ages
1 week, 4 days

Does Oranga Tamariki work for Māori?

Heeni Hoterene expresses her hakaaro on Oranga Tamariki amidst controversy in Hawkes Bay as OT try to uplift a baby
1 week, 4 days

Wananga Karanga

Manawarangi Hohaia speaks to us about a wananga that was requested by Kuia of Te Paatu
1 week, 5 days

Wānanga Puoro

Selena Bercic talks about the Wananga held in Panguru that encourages Maori students to excel in Music
1 week, 5 days

Te Kura Reo o Whirinaki

Devon Wikaira is passionate about te reo Māori and the benefits that these hui have on our hāpori
1 week, 6 days


Hinerongonui Kingi talks to us about a busy schedule that has kept her on her toes in her music journey
1 week, 6 days

Alternative to Plastic

Jasmine Teei talks and encourages rangatahi to return to the whenua to find natural resources to help in everyday living
1 week, 6 days

Te Wharehuia Milroy

Minister Nanaia Mahuta joins us to remember Te Wharehuia and all his accomplishments not only for Māoridom but for his whanau
1 week, 6 days

NZ Music Month Happenings

Troy Kingi joins to talk about his latest album yet to drop and what he doing during music month 2019
2 weeks

The journey to a degree in Health Science

Connor O'Sullivan talks to us about his recent graduation and the journey he has taken to achieve this BA in health science
2 weeks

Tribute to Te Wharehuia Milroy and Ngāpuhi settlement

Raniera Harris pays tribute to Te Wharehuia Milroy and touches on the Ngāpuhi settlement issues
2 weeks

Update on the Haukāinga Project

Hone Winder-Murray joins us to talk about a haukāinga with Dr Hinemoa Elder and a method of healing
2 weeks

There is only one Mandate!

Penetaui Kleskovic is passionate is his stance in the Ngapuhi Mandate and shines a light onto a reality that we face.
2 weeks, 1 day

$100 Pak'n'Save Winners

Joel and Daphne had the privilege to meet some of the faces behind Kaitaia Community Meals who feed the hapori every week
2 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.