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George Bert

25 years of Tehiku Media
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Celebrating 25 Years

Compilation of video archives from Te Hiku TV
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Rongo Bentson - Tehiku Media 25 years of Broadcasting

Rongo Benson - Celebrating Tehiku Media's milestone of 25 years of Maori Language Broadcasting
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Haami Piripi - 25 Years of Tehiku Media

Haami Piripi shares his memories of Tehiku Media
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Muriwai Ihakara - Tehiku turns 25!

Muriwai Ihakara shares memories of Tehiku Media
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Kevin Harrison - 25 years of Tehiku Media

Kevin Harrison shares his stories about Tehiku Media
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Tame Kahiti - Tehiku Media 25 years of Broadcasting!

Tame Kahiti Shares his memories from 25 years of Tehiku Media
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Mike Te Wake - Tehiku Media turns 25!

Mike Te Wake shares his memories from 25 years of Tehiku Media
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Te Hiku Media Celebrates 25 years of Māori Language Broadcasting

Te Hiku Media will soon celebrate 25 years of Māori Language Broadcasting. To mark and celebrate the occasion an event will be held in Ahipara at Roma Marae. Your attendance at Roma Marae, 11.00am Friday 11 December will be very much appreciated.

Te Hiku Media is a charitable media organisation, collectively belonging with the Far North iwi of Ngāti Kuri, Te Aupouri, Ngai Takoto, Te Rārawa and Ngāti Kahu.

The station is an iwi communications hub for iwi radio, online TV and regional media content distribution. Māori language revitalisation is a core focus of Te Hiku Media, as is archiving and regional media content production. 

The kaupapa of Te Hiku Media is best articulated through the vision and mission of the organization which was confirmed by a hui of kaumātua and kuia (elders), and other native speakers of Te Reo Māori at Mahimaru Marae on Thursday 30 May 2013.

Vision

"He reo tuku iho, he reo ora"

- Living language transmitted inter-generationally.

Mission

"Whakatōkia, poipoia kia matomato te reo Māori o ngā haukāinga o Te Hiku o Te Ika"

- Instil, nurture and proliferate the Māori Language unique to haukāinga of Te Hiku o Te Ika