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Maanu Paul: Tino Rangatiratanga of water remains with Māori

The environment must be a priority for government
3 days, 16 hours

Nau Epiha: We must continue to be led by te reo Māori

Nau Epiha: Speaking te reo Māori can only be beneficial for our tamariki
3 days, 16 hours

Paa Kelly and Huhana Pirini catch up on the latest in the kāinga

Kuia Huhana Pirini has the latest on sports, whānau and health
4 days, 19 hours

Rihari Dargaville urges whānau to stay vigilant against covid

Rihari Dargaville says "kia tūpato" and prioritise health
4 days, 19 hours

Te Rito Te Whare Reo: A space where mātauranga Māori thrives

Hailey Tobin on Te Rito Te Whare Reo's mission to provide every child access to te reo and mātauranga Māori
1 week, 1 day

Iwi Kāinga Manuhiri in their Own Rohe

Peter-Lucas Jones on the lack of consultation with iwi across Te Taitokerau on Te Kiingitanga holding the mana of the taumata
1 week, 1 day

Reuben Taipari calls wānanga for Matariki and Puanga

Taipari wants to ensure Mātauranga Māori is maintained in light of the new holiday
1 week, 2 days

Pākehā systems have been detrimental to te reo Māori

The reo landscape has changed over the generations, Nau Epiha asks how we can go back?
1 week, 2 days

The threat of climate change in our taiao

Mike Smith says 'selfishness and greed' preventing companies to act on Climate Change now
1 week, 3 days

Hāngarau: Tools to Benefit All

Mike Te Wake on the benefits of using the tools of technology as well as the importance of kanohi ki te kanohi communication
1 week, 3 days

The Landline is Staying

Kuia Huhana Pirini on the benefits and disadvantages of technology
1 week, 4 days

New Council Policies to Embed Te Reo and Tikanga Māori

Councillor Moko Tepania gives insight into the FNDC policy plan to encourage te reo Māori and the use of tikanga
1 week, 4 days

Whanaungatanga is key in maintaining tikanga and kawa

Johnson Watene says tikanga and kawa look different everywhere but whanaungatanga is paramount
2 weeks

Find the Champions in Your Life

Jaqi Brown shares with us her personal journey in education and the importance of finding those champions in your life
3 weeks

Mātauranga: Real-Life Skills

Waikarere Gregory on her educational journey & how real-life skills are key to preparing our tamariki for this changing world
3 weeks, 2 days

It's About Listening to the People

Jaqi Brown on the various roles she's held within Te Hiku, relating whakataukī to her own experiences + whakaaro
3 weeks, 3 days

Kia Tautokohia Ngā Whānau

Hailey Tobin of Te Rito, Te Whare Reo on the challenges that come with running an ECE centre with Omicron in the community
3 weeks, 3 days

Heading into the Eighth Month of the Occupation

Rueben Taipari-Porter updates us on the land occupation at Moringai heading into the eighth month of the occupation
3 weeks, 3 days

Karawhiua!

Johnson Watene on the whakataukī - te manu e kai ana i te miro nōna te ngāhere, te manu e kai ana i te mātauranga nōnā te ao
4 weeks

Whakataukī: He Hononga, He Kōrero

FNDC Councillor Moko Tepania shares personal stories relating to well-known whakataukī
1 month, 1 week

Omicron: It Doesn't Strike Everybody the Same Way

Mike Smith shares his opinion on how we have and are currently managing the present Omicron outbreak
1 month, 1 week

Te Mana o te Wahine

Dame Naida Glavish on the important role that wāhine hold in our society
1 month, 1 week

Utilising Online Platforms to Drive Kaupapa

Johnson Watene on the collaborations between Iwi Radio creating new ways to engage whānau as the digital platform takes over
1 month, 1 week

Beware with Covid in the Community

Tohe Ashby talks about his personal experience with COVID-19 and the effects it had on him
1 month, 1 week

Social Issues a Competition For Government

Shane Jones speaks on a rage of issues from global warming, government budgets & Tauranga by-election
1 month, 1 week

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