April 7, 2022, 1:55 p.m.
According to Nau Epiha this whakatauki represents a spiritual connection to people, places and even objects. He dives into what this whakatauki means to whānau in Matauri.
Tohe Ashby talks about his personal experience with COVID-19 and the effects it had on him 4 months
Johnson Watene on the collaborations between Iwi Radio creating new ways to engage whānau as the digital platform takes over 4 months
We speak to Nau Epiha about preparing for summer, the booster shot & how our mokopuna naturally strengthen their immunity 8 months, 1 week
We speak to Nau Epiha on how the revitalisation of te reo Māori will continue as long as we keep sharing our own dialects. 9 months, 2 weeks
1 Melba Street, Level 2, Kaitaia 0410
📞 09 408 3944
Learn more about our whakapapa here.
Copyright © 1991 - 2022 Te Reo Irirangi o Te Hiku o Te Ika.All content hosted on tehiku.nz is protected under the Kaitiakitanga License.