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Mikaira Pau and Aunty Girlie on gang activity in Te Tai Tokerau

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New Political Party: Democracy NZ

Matt King shares that he's very confident to get people in Northland interested
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Budget 2022: Greens support govt addressing youth homelessness

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Manu Korero 2022 being hosted by Dargaville High School

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Music to help with youth with depression and anxiety

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Haami Piripi: iwi need to be leading conversations on water

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Kaupapa Waka Continues to Thrive

Joe Conrad on the essential role our kaumātua play in order for the kaupapa waka to thrive
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Mātauranga Māori, Mātauranga Taiao

Peter Kitchen on the art of reading the signs of the environment & using that knowledge to benefit the taiao and our whānau
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Rueben Taipari shares his views on the newly legislated holiday & the importance of holding wānanga to educate NZ about Matariki
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Jerry Norman on the upcoming kura kaupapa Māori graduates and how they are a representation of a shift in society
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Stanley Conrad updates us on Te Aurere and the long-anticipated whare wānanga Te Whetū Mārama
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Pā Kelly on his motivation to retire from iwi radio & how we are never too old to try something new
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Keeping Warm and Safe this Winter

Albert Cash updates us on the current fire situation here in Te Hiku & the importance of keeping warm & safe this winter
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Blessed to Call Aotearoa Home

Mikaira Pau on recent events that have happened in the world, reminding us of how blessed we are to be living here in Aotearoa
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He Kuia Rongonui

Dean Nathan on the life of Kuia Leni Kapa growing up and her work for the people of Te Aupōuri
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Childbearing and Modern Knowledge

Haami Piripi on childbearing and how using the modern knowledge we have today can help to ensure the health of both māmā & pēpi
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Whānau Employment Key

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Catch this whānau-focussed show with Aunty Girlie Clarke in the afternoons

Te Pā Harakeke will focus on all of the things that matter to whānau life.

Shaun Delaney on growing up in the kāinga and life in Motueka

Kai, mahi and whānau Aunty Girlie and Shaun catch up on all the important things
8 months, 1 week

Nanaia Mahuta on WAI262 and the next steps for mātauranga Māori

WAI262 was allocated money in budget 2022. Minister Mahuta tells us what that looks like
8 months, 1 week

Te Hiku o Te Ika a hub for film and television

Rhonda Kite says opportunities for young people are in our own backyard
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China in the Pacific, is it a threat to us?

Mathew Tukaki: The Chinese are after influence
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Mikaira Pau and Aunty Girlie on gang activity in Te Tai Tokerau

Mikaira Pau: Pohara is a big reason for the gang activity that we see in our communities
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Many memories of Pineaha Murray for us to hold

Matiu Kingi shares some of the amazing mahi of a dear friend whom will be sorely missed
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New Political Party: Democracy NZ

Matt King shares that he's very confident to get people in Northland interested
8 months, 2 weeks

Poroporoake and reflecting on Ngāti Kuri's successful weekend

Jerry Norman pays tribute to our fallen kaumatua o Te Tai Tokerau, win for Seven's Womens & Ngati Kuri success for #HikoiTo100
8 months, 3 weeks

Sports Recap from the weekend

Rugby with Tame Te Rangi
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Budget 2022: Greens support govt addressing youth homelessness

Every person in Aotearoa deserves access to appropriate housing
8 months, 3 weeks

Manu Korero 2022 being hosted by Dargaville High School

Ropata Diamond gives us an insight to up & coming Manu Korero and Kapa Haka Events for Te Tai Tokerau
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Music to help with youth with depression and anxiety

Taipari Waaka is using music to reach out to youth in local community
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Haami Piripi: iwi need to be leading conversations on water

Piripi: Protection of water and Māori interests is the key message to the Environment Court
9 months

Kaupapa Waka Continues to Thrive

Joe Conrad on the essential role our kaumātua play in order for the kaupapa waka to thrive
9 months

Mātauranga Māori, Mātauranga Taiao

Peter Kitchen on the art of reading the signs of the environment & using that knowledge to benefit the taiao and our whānau
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It's Not Just a Holiday

Rueben Taipari shares his views on the newly legislated holiday & the importance of holding wānanga to educate NZ about Matariki
9 months

Kura Kaupapa Māori - a Pathway to Tertiary Success

Jerry Norman on the upcoming kura kaupapa Māori graduates and how they are a representation of a shift in society
9 months

He Whare Wānanga Waka: Te Whetū Mārama Nearing Completion

Stanley Conrad updates us on Te Aurere and the long-anticipated whare wānanga Te Whetū Mārama
9 months

Iconic Iwi Radio Announcer Signing Off

Pā Kelly on his motivation to retire from iwi radio & how we are never too old to try something new
9 months

Keeping Warm and Safe this Winter

Albert Cash updates us on the current fire situation here in Te Hiku & the importance of keeping warm & safe this winter
9 months, 1 week

Blessed to Call Aotearoa Home

Mikaira Pau on recent events that have happened in the world, reminding us of how blessed we are to be living here in Aotearoa
9 months, 2 weeks

He Kuia Rongonui

Dean Nathan on the life of Kuia Leni Kapa growing up and her work for the people of Te Aupōuri
9 months, 3 weeks

Childbearing and Modern Knowledge

Haami Piripi on childbearing and how using the modern knowledge we have today can help to ensure the health of both māmā & pēpi
9 months, 3 weeks

Whānau Employment Key

Mariameno Kapa-Kingi of Te Rūnanga Nui O Te Aupōuri updates us on the projects & opportunities in place to support whānau
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Eventful Easter Weekend in Te Hiku

Haami Piripi on the upcoming events happening in Te Hiku over this Easter Weekend
10 months