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Kaumatua and Kuia share korero about Ahipara

Roma marae is the place, Te Rarawa te iwi, and Ahipara the kainga
1 year, 1 month

Kaumatua Arthur Kapa

Kaumatua Arthur talks to us about his parents.
1 year, 7 months

Kaumatua Arthur Kapa

Kaumatua Arthur Kapa gives us an insight into his life.
1 year, 7 months

Anzac Day 2016

Retired Regular Soldier Toto Thompson gives us insight to his Dads Tour of Duty at Anzac Cove.
1 year, 7 months

Te Hiku Media's Live Cross with Kawe Kōrero

Rukuwai talks about the Tai Tokerau Festival on Māori TV's Kawe Kōrero.
1 year, 7 months

Te Hiku Media's Live Cross with Kawe Kōrero

Rukuwai Allen talks about the Fresh water consultation Hui held in Te Hapua last Wednesday.
1 year, 8 months

Hawaiian Craftsman Solomon Apio

Solomon Apio talks about Kapa making and traditional craft versus traditional necessity.
1 year, 8 months

Tuturu Tangata perform the Te Hiku Media Waiata LIVE

Watch the live performance of the Te Hiku Media Waiata performed by Tuturu Tangata
1 year, 8 months

Wearable Arts 2015 Kaitaia.

Results of section "Orange and Black" category, "Top Model" and the "Supreme Award".
1 year, 8 months

Wearable Arts 2015 Kaitaia.

Here we have the results of "Bizarre Bra", "Imaginary Friends", and "Masquerade".
1 year, 8 months

Wearable Arts 2015 Kaitaia.

Guest" Amohaere Rudolf" and her friend "Heaven", sings before the results of "Students Wearable Art" and "Trash to Fashion".
1 year, 8 months

Wearable Arts 2015 Kaitaia.

The last section for the night was "Masquerade" and "Orange and Black" category.
1 year, 8 months

Wearable Arts 2015 Kaitaia.

"Bizarre Bra's" has the host "Dion Hobson" skills of adlib come to the fore when things don't go as planned.
1 year, 8 months

Wearable Arts 2015 Kaitaia.

This episode is "Trash to Fashion" and "Imaginary Friends".
1 year, 8 months

Wearable Arts 2015 Kaitaia.

The nights kicks' off with the first category "Student's Wearable Art" with guest Te Amohaere Rudolf.
1 year, 8 months

Wearable Arts 2015 Kaitaia.

Dion Hobsons Interviews some of the designer's for wearable art's held at Te Ahu Kaitaia.
1 year, 8 months

Te Hiku Media's Live Cross with Kawe Kōrero

Rukuwai Allen talks about the Kaitaia War Memorial and the recent Veteran's Tribunal Hui on Māori TV's Kawe Kōrero.
1 year, 8 months

The Art of Kapa (Tapa) Making

Hawaiian artist Verna Takashima talks about the revival of making kapa cloth.
1 year, 8 months

Te Hiku Media's Live Cross with Kawe Kōrero

Ka kōrero a Rukuwai Allen mō te hui pire reo Māori i tū ki Whangarei.
1 year, 8 months

Interview with Paula Fuga

Hawaiian singer and songwriter Paula Fuga shares her mana'o with Te Hiku Media.
1 year, 9 months

Te Ture Whenua Reform Bill Consultation Hui

Rukuwai Allen talks with Te Ururoa Favell & Matiu Kingi about Te Ture Whenua Reform Bill
1 year, 9 months

Jerome Kavanagh

Keeping the art of taonga pūoro alive
1 year, 9 months

Te Hiku Media's Live Cross with Kawe Kōrero

Peter-Lucas Jones talks about the aute tree and making tapa.
1 year, 9 months

Kaitaia Primary - Road Safety.

Matua Piripi Gibbs and Room 12 of Kaitaia Primary School sings about road safety with mascot "Tusker the Kuni".
1 year, 9 months

Healthy Eating in Our Schools

Matua Pops Arona and Jon Paul Hōhaia commit themselves to showing our children "Healthy Eating."
1 year, 9 months

A collection of local content from the Far North capture by Te Hiku Media.

Haukāinga is a bilingual show focusing on local, topical issues that the Te Hiku regional community is faced with and looking to solve. Haukāinga was created based on a survey conducted by Te Hiku Media within the Far North and the outcome received by the community is they would like to see more comprehensive information / insight as to what is happening in our rohe, stories of the past and present, stories for the future and teachings that has been passed on from generation to generation. Haukāinga covers regional topics on Sustainability, Innovation & Technology, Health & Wellbeing, Economic Growth, and Treaty Partnerships.

Haukāinga is proudly sponsored by NZ On Air and is part of the regional news and information content funded to extend local content choices for regional audiences.