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Support for whānau in light of recent terrorist attack

Marama Davidson shares the services available to those who feel at risk to themselves and others
11 months

Help for Mental Health in Lockdown

A year on Soften Up Bro still provides a service to tāne who a battling mental illness. Heemi Kapa-Kingi shares more
11 months, 3 weeks

Lockdown Extension Likely

A spike in Delta cases is inevitable as the days go on - Kelvin Davis says caucus will meet tomorrow to discuss Alert Levels
11 months, 3 weeks

Not the time for a Holiday

Taitokerau Border Control sprung into action in a bid to minimise the traffic heading into the Rohe - Rueben Taipari has more
11 months, 3 weeks

Official Stand Alone Status for Tūtūtarakihi!

From a dream to reality - Rangimarie Pomare shares their journey to pave a pathway to Te Ao Māori for their tauira.
11 months, 3 weeks

No time for Waves!

Te Kohanga Trust have closed the access to Te Kohanga in a bid to minimize traffic around Tauroa - Tui Te Paa has more
11 months, 3 weeks

Vaccination Free to all

Mariameno Kapa-Kingi says over 100 people have received their vaccination this week and are looking to expand those numbers
11 months, 3 weeks

Pfizer Vaccine one of the safest - Bill Halkyard

Amid a deadly situation Te Hiku Hauora has opened it's doors with a promise to vaccinate any whānau wanting the Pfizer vaccine
11 months, 3 weeks

Te Hiku Iwi Prepare for extended lockdown

An escalation in Delta cases expected as Iwi prepare boarder controls incase of extended lockdown - Peter-Lucas Jones has more
11 months, 3 weeks

Stay Home! Save Lives!

Haami Piripi encourages whānau to stay home while Te Runanga o Te Rarawa prepares to help whanau in need
11 months, 3 weeks

Outrage as holiday goers hit Karikari

Ngati Kahu hapū are worried for their kaumātua as large numbers of people escaping lockdown in Far North - Makere Mutu has more
11 months, 3 weeks

Hollie Smith Releases 'Ko Te Hinatoretanga'

Hollie Smith has released a new bilingual song for her 4th solo album, 'Coming in From the Dark'. She shares more here
1 year

New Official Māori Music Chart Released

A new chart has been added to the Official New Zealand Music Charts featuring waiata reo Māori. Huia Hamon shares more
1 year, 1 month

Improving Te Reo in Education Workforce

Expressions of interest are open for the new, free Te Hiku Okoro program strengthening reo in NZ schools www.tehikuokoro.co.nz
1 year, 1 month

Te Tiriti Must Drive Allocation of Resource in NZ

Green Party MP, Teanau Tuiono of Ngāi Takoto says the $1bil dedicated Māori money in budget 2021 supports Te Tiriti recognition
1 year, 2 months

Te Hiku to Receive 800 Water Tanks

Te Aupōuri will lead out the distribution of water tanks in Te Hiku, however, details of who will get them are to be confirmed
1 year, 2 months

Calls for Māori Wards in Auckland Super City

Will Auckland have Māori wards in 2025? Mayor Phil Goff says he supports this but Te Rata Boldy is waiting on action
1 year, 3 months

Tertiary Wānanga Supports Tai Tokerau Students

Tahunakura Charitable Trust is hosting a free wānanga in Kaikohe on 11 June to support students with their studies
1 year, 3 months

Journey Highlights Importance of Raising Children in Te Reo

Povey Moses of Ngāti Kahu shares his experience of learning te reo Māori and ensuring that it continues in his whānau
1 year, 3 months

Journalism: Demand Grows for Local Media

Award winning journo and former Māori TV producer, Kereama Wright has returned to iwi radio as the news media landscape evolves
1 year, 3 months

Kura Reo ki Whirinaki Sells Out in Minutes

120 registrations were full within 5 minutes of opening today with demand rising in Hokianga to learn te reo Māori
1 year, 3 months

Growing Kapa Haka in Te Tai Tokerau

Despite kapa haka being affected by COVID-19 in the last year, it's still thriving in Te Tai Tokerau. Ropata Diamond has more
1 year, 3 months

Food in Schools Initiative Not Without Challenge

Challenges of the initiative that aims to provide free lunch to students include limited funding and some schools missing out
1 year, 3 months

Iwi Back Calls for Independent Māori Parliament

The Govt. commissioned report on upholding indigenous rights, He Puapua, recommends Māori-led systems for Māori issues
1 year, 3 months

Far North Māori Wards to be Established

The Far North District Council has voted in favour of establishing Māori wards at a revote today
1 year, 3 months

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.

Support for whānau in light of recent terrorist attack

Marama Davidson shares the services available to those who feel at risk to themselves and others
11 months

Help for Mental Health in Lockdown

A year on Soften Up Bro still provides a service to tāne who a battling mental illness. Heemi Kapa-Kingi shares more
11 months, 3 weeks

Lockdown Extension Likely

A spike in Delta cases is inevitable as the days go on - Kelvin Davis says caucus will meet tomorrow to discuss Alert Levels
11 months, 3 weeks

Not the time for a Holiday

Taitokerau Border Control sprung into action in a bid to minimise the traffic heading into the Rohe - Rueben Taipari has more
11 months, 3 weeks

Official Stand Alone Status for Tūtūtarakihi!

From a dream to reality - Rangimarie Pomare shares their journey to pave a pathway to Te Ao Māori for their tauira.
11 months, 3 weeks

No time for Waves!

Te Kohanga Trust have closed the access to Te Kohanga in a bid to minimize traffic around Tauroa - Tui Te Paa has more
11 months, 3 weeks

Vaccination Free to all

Mariameno Kapa-Kingi says over 100 people have received their vaccination this week and are looking to expand those numbers
11 months, 3 weeks

Pfizer Vaccine one of the safest - Bill Halkyard

Amid a deadly situation Te Hiku Hauora has opened it's doors with a promise to vaccinate any whānau wanting the Pfizer vaccine
11 months, 3 weeks

Te Hiku Iwi Prepare for extended lockdown

An escalation in Delta cases expected as Iwi prepare boarder controls incase of extended lockdown - Peter-Lucas Jones has more
11 months, 3 weeks

Stay Home! Save Lives!

Haami Piripi encourages whānau to stay home while Te Runanga o Te Rarawa prepares to help whanau in need
11 months, 3 weeks

Outrage as holiday goers hit Karikari

Ngati Kahu hapū are worried for their kaumātua as large numbers of people escaping lockdown in Far North - Makere Mutu has more
11 months, 3 weeks

Hollie Smith Releases 'Ko Te Hinatoretanga'

Hollie Smith has released a new bilingual song for her 4th solo album, 'Coming in From the Dark'. She shares more here
1 year

New Official Māori Music Chart Released

A new chart has been added to the Official New Zealand Music Charts featuring waiata reo Māori. Huia Hamon shares more
1 year, 1 month

Improving Te Reo in Education Workforce

Expressions of interest are open for the new, free Te Hiku Okoro program strengthening reo in NZ schools www.tehikuokoro.co.nz
1 year, 1 month

Te Tiriti Must Drive Allocation of Resource in NZ

Green Party MP, Teanau Tuiono of Ngāi Takoto says the $1bil dedicated Māori money in budget 2021 supports Te Tiriti recognition
1 year, 2 months

Te Hiku to Receive 800 Water Tanks

Te Aupōuri will lead out the distribution of water tanks in Te Hiku, however, details of who will get them are to be confirmed
1 year, 2 months

Calls for Māori Wards in Auckland Super City

Will Auckland have Māori wards in 2025? Mayor Phil Goff says he supports this but Te Rata Boldy is waiting on action
1 year, 3 months

Tertiary Wānanga Supports Tai Tokerau Students

Tahunakura Charitable Trust is hosting a free wānanga in Kaikohe on 11 June to support students with their studies
1 year, 3 months

Journey Highlights Importance of Raising Children in Te Reo

Povey Moses of Ngāti Kahu shares his experience of learning te reo Māori and ensuring that it continues in his whānau
1 year, 3 months

Journalism: Demand Grows for Local Media

Award winning journo and former Māori TV producer, Kereama Wright has returned to iwi radio as the news media landscape evolves
1 year, 3 months

Kura Reo ki Whirinaki Sells Out in Minutes

120 registrations were full within 5 minutes of opening today with demand rising in Hokianga to learn te reo Māori
1 year, 3 months

Growing Kapa Haka in Te Tai Tokerau

Despite kapa haka being affected by COVID-19 in the last year, it's still thriving in Te Tai Tokerau. Ropata Diamond has more
1 year, 3 months

Food in Schools Initiative Not Without Challenge

Challenges of the initiative that aims to provide free lunch to students include limited funding and some schools missing out
1 year, 3 months

Iwi Back Calls for Independent Māori Parliament

The Govt. commissioned report on upholding indigenous rights, He Puapua, recommends Māori-led systems for Māori issues
1 year, 3 months

Far North Māori Wards to be Established

The Far North District Council has voted in favour of establishing Māori wards at a revote today
1 year, 3 months