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51 minutes

Kei wareware tātou ki te ngau o tēnei ngāngara weriweri

Adrian Wagner says Poneke remains alert & vigilant regarding COVID-19 but have not yet been exposed to the fear like Auckland
2 days, 21 hours

Govt alters procurement rules to benefit disadvantaged groups

Nanaia Mahuta says this will ensure the annual $42billion creates more jobs, sustainable practices & better outcomes for Māori
2 days, 21 hours

Increasing the presence of Te Reo Māori in Mainstream Schools

Haami Piripi says the benefits of teaching Te Reo are endless, yet there are some parents that are happy with the status quo
2 days, 21 hours

Tauira call for more Te Reo Māori in Schools

Gregory Henderson discusses the key findings of ERO's second report & the calls for more integration of Māori in Mainstream kura
3 days, 20 hours

Remembering those who fought for our language

Heeni Brown acknowledges those passed who have contributed to the revitalisation of our language & the work that is ahead of us
3 days, 20 hours

Te whakanui i tō tātou reo Māori

Johnson Watene says Parehauraki look forward to the return of kapa haka, as it's a strong contributor to strengthening our reo
3 days, 20 hours

Every vote counts!

Trudy Brown reiterates just important your vote is to make the change you want to see
3 days, 20 hours

Celebrations of Māori Language Week

Maria Smith discusses events that they hold to celebrate this week, but reiterates that every week is Te Wiki o Te Reo Māori
5 days

'Kōrerorero': Learning Te Reo Māori

Co-creator Hemi Kelly is pleased to announce the release of their new app, teaching you how to use Māori in real life situations
5 days

Tangihia ngā pungarehu

Ko tā ONZM Maanu Paul, me tangi tonu te hunga i mate, i pungarehutia i te wā o te urutā ki ō rātou marae
6 days

COVID Politics

Rihari Dargaville urges whānau to be wary of COVID political scaremongering
6 days, 1 hour

Te wiki o te reo Māori

Haami Piripi joins us as we celebrate Māori language week & the many kaupapa being led to raise awareness & revitalise our reo
6 days, 14 hours

Te reo o te kāinga: Tohe Ashby

Tohe Ashby speaks to Pā regarding covid-19 & celebrating te wiki o te reo Māori
6 days, 23 hours

Ngā kōrero hākinakina

Huhana Pirini speaks to Pā about recent sporting events held over the weekend
1 week

Te reo o te kāinga: Pineaha Murray

Whakarongo mai ki ngā kōrero hītori a Pineaha Murray
1 week

Te reo o te kāinga: Pineaha Murray

Ko Pineaha Murray e whakahua ana i ngā kōrero a Tahu Potiki Wiremu Ratana mō Te Rerenga Wairua
1 week, 3 days

Have your say - Te Oneroa-a-Tōhe plan

Haami Piripi talks to the draft management plan for Ninety Mile & encourages whānau to submit feedback/concerns to be considered
1 week, 3 days

Nga Iwi FM: Pare Hauraki Region Update

Johnson says there has been an influx of arrivals since the second-wave & have initiated their plan to ensure whānau safety
1 week, 3 days

Tiny homes: Affordable & sustainable

Jared Hiakita speaks about the many benefits of 'tiny homes' in terms of affordability for whānau without home ownership
1 week, 3 days

Māori significantly impacted by second wave

Naida Glavish believes Māori need to adapt & hold on our way of operating & living under the current circumstances of Covid-19
1 week, 3 days

Borders pose more risk than the Cluster

Dr. Rawiri Taonui says the cluster is likely under control, but is concerned around the new arrivals through our borders
1 week, 4 days

Kaikohe water storage project

Ted Wihongi, Māori Development Manager for FNDC gives an update on their progress & challenges faced along the way
1 week, 4 days

Ngāti Porou FM update

Maria Smith discusses the upcoming cannabis referendum & whats been happening in Te Tairāwhiti
1 week, 5 days

Te reo o te kāinga: Nau Epiha

Whakarongo mai ki a Nau Epiha me ana kōrero whakahirahira mō te kura kaupapa māori o Kaikohe
1 week, 5 days

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