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Moko Kauae Journey to Pohara Poukai

Tupuna Whaea Pare Nathan talks about her journey home to her people of Ngati Koroki-Kahukura to have her moko kauae done.
2 days, 15 hours

Moko Kauae through the eyes of Tupuna Whaea.

Tireiniamu Kapa shares her memories of Moko Kauae with an emphasis on Religious Relations.
2 days, 16 hours

Taamoko Artist Talks Moko

Raniera McGrath gives in-depth information and enlightens us on differences between Taamoko and Kiri Tuhi.
2 days, 16 hours

Moko Kauae.

With a moko kauae movement revitalizing our ancient art, Kaumatua Henare Kingi shares his whakaaro on the kaupapa.
2 days, 16 hours

Mihi Aroha to Homai Uerata.

Homai Uerata has been a regular kaikorero on the Pā Kelly Show for some time and it's with Great Sadness to hear of his Passing.
3 days, 15 hours

$5M Funding for Maori Short Films

Chairman of Wairoa Film Festival Ratu Tibble tells us about funding available for Maori Short Films.
3 days, 15 hours

Te Mana o te Wai.

Maanu Paul says that our water is the life source for health and well-being..
3 days, 16 hours

Our Life Source Is Water.

Dr Lance O'Sullivan shares his insights into the importance of water and how its a survival tool for Humanity.
3 days, 16 hours

Water Is Life.

Sir Hector Busby talks to us about the very essence of water and the impact it has on us if we don't look after it.
4 days, 15 hours

Te Mana o te Wai

Pouroto Ngaporo talks whakapapa of our waterways and shares his whakaaro on Te Mana o te Wai..
4 days, 16 hours

Protecting our Waters.

Pineaha Murray talks about te mana o te wai and how precious the wai is to Maori.
4 days, 16 hours

PM Jacinda Ardern and her Afterbirth

Kaumatua Tame Mare shares his whakaaro on where PM Jacinda Ardern's whenua could be buried.
5 days, 15 hours

Moko Kauae and Ngai Te Rangi Korero all in one day.

Homai Uerata shares his whakaaro on moko kauae and Ngai Te Rangi seeking help to settle a running dispute with Pare Hauraki.
5 days, 16 hours

Is Ngapuhi any closer to settling with the Crown?

Pita Tipene of Ngati Hine says there are still some issues that need to be addressed before it can take place.
5 days, 16 hours

Newly formed committee to oversee the Kauri Dieback.

Te Rarawa Chair Haami Piripi updates us on the committee and where to from here concerning the Kauri Dieback and Bovis Virus.
5 days, 16 hours

Tā Moko Exhibition Update.

Pouroto Ngaropo updates us on the Tā Moko Exhibition that he features in currently at Waitangi Museum.
6 days, 12 hours

Colonoscopy check a must for those over 50 yrs old.

Pineaha Murray share his experiences on having your bowels cleaned.
6 days, 12 hours

1080 drop kills.

Ngapera Kelly says 1080 poison is destroying our ngahere and should never be used.
6 days, 13 hours

Tauranga Moana hikoi to Poukai at Pohara Marae.

Tauranga Moana iwi Ngai Te Rangi hikoi to Pohara Marae Poukai to ask Kingi Tuheitia to support their case against Hauraki Iwi.
1 week, 2 days

2018 Pei Te Hurinui Jones Trophy Winner.

Bay Of Islands College Principal John Paitai acknowledges Takutai Waimiomio-Cassidy for winning the Pei Te Hurinui Jones Award.
1 week, 4 days

Outcome from the Hui in Wellington on Kauri Dieback.

Haami Piripi talks about a new committee that has been setup to tackle the kauri dieback and to make government sector listen.
1 week, 4 days

Manu Korero is all about Whanaungatanga.

Oneroa Pihema agrees with what Nau Epiha said about Manu Korero not being a battle between schools but supporting each other.
1 week, 4 days

Mihi Aroha to Sonny Livingston.

Rihari Dargaville gives his mihi aroha to Rangatira Sonny Livingston.
1 week, 4 days

Manu Korero 2018 Opononi.

Kaumatua Nau Epiha shares his whakaaro on Nga Manu Korero 2018 that were held in Opononi.
1 week, 4 days

The Naming of PM Jacinda Ardern's Baby.

Rukuwai Allen has her own opinion on the way Jacinda's baby could be named with meanings to both parents.
1 week, 4 days

Te Hotaka o Pa Kelly

E hakapahotia i nga korero o nga kaumatua me nga kuia puta noa o te Taitokerau e hangaitia ana ki nga take e tamia nei ki a tatyou te iwi Maori