New CEO of Ngati Hine Health Trust
A call to Northland Poets
Mike Ferris shares the traditional process of end grain boxwood engraving.
Engineering an illustration
Collaborationz is a biennial Art event for both local and international artists.
Helping to feed whanau and those in need. Soul Food is at the Anglican Church every Monday and Friday Nights
We take a behind the scenes look at the Norty North Movement and how far they have come.
Volunteer Firemen volunteer for a great cause.
Iconic Whangarei toy store has reopened in the town basin
Whangarei's first annual Hot Rod and Custom car event
Waipu's own small-batch brewery.
Learning isn't about lecture halls, learning is for everyone.
Bringing inspirational speakers to Northland
45 Artists invite you into their studios, every Easter weekend for the annual Whangarei Heads Art Trail.
Ngatihine FM interview the youth of Whangarei at the ANZAC Dawn Service.
We kōrero with whānau from Te Mahurehure Marae.
Sharing the stories of 50 brave men and women in a touring photographic exhibition.
New Zealand Entrepreneur of the Year Diane Foreman shares advice on being successful.
Hora Hora School in Whangarei has expanded with 10 new state of the art classrooms.
Part 2 of our interview with the magnificent Joan Kennaway.
A legend in the world of Opera
Johnny Kumitau & May Seager discuss Fale Pasifika, a organization providing support for Pacific Islanders.
A non-profit organisation that inspires dreams and enables futures for children growing up in material hardship
A free festival for the Children of Whangarei to enjoy with their Whanau
We take a look into the life of Hemi Paul, teaching youth at People Potential and being a DJ at music festivals in Aotearoa
Making waves in the local music scene.
Celebrating Pasifika culture with music, art, dance, and tradition.
Northlanders will be the first in New Zealand to experience new Ultra-Fast Broadband (UFB)
A highlight on the arts calendar of Northland, Art Beat is one of the largest and longest running "Free" community arts festival
Te Atarangi Whiu from Ngapuhi has been appointed CEO of Te Matawai. She's talks about her vision for te reo and Haukainga.
Iwi radio collaborate to support the radio broadcast of Te Matatini. This video captures the voices of Iwi radio from Te Matini.
After each of the kapa haka complete their performance on stage an awesome haka tautoko is expressed by whanau and supporters
Te Mana Motuhake o Ngāti Kahunganu has shined through from the beginning of Te Matatini. We caught up with the haukāinga
Wiri is a side to side movement of the whole hand and is not a wriggling of the fingers. Listen to whanau explain wiri.
In kapa haka takahi means stamp your feet. In this video whanau explain why it's so important to get it right in haka.
Everyone's seen Pukana but what does it mean to people on the ground at Te Matatini?
Mori explains that his success as a kaihaka is the result of the mahi of his kaiako and kaumātua Bub and Nen Wehi
The pōwhiri for Te Matatini was an exceptional expression of māoritanga and was attended by iwi from around the motu.
See a puddle, Make a splash!
Sculptor and Ceramic Artist Jin Ling
Potter Greg Barron is a true master of contemporary ceramic design!
The lifestyle of a traditional potter while producing contemporary ceramics!
Chinese New Year Celebration
Confidence is your best accessory!
Live Vibes is a music competition for local bands producing original music.
Artist Jasmine Horton has been accepted to be a part of an indigenous art gathering in the United States.
Local performer Rachel Diamond is set to shine bright in Hollywood!
Waiora - Māori Cultural Performance & Show.
Cultural Tourism initiative at Otuihau Falls
Kiwi numbers are on the rise.
The numbers of Kiwi are on the rise, thanks to a network of community groups working together to keep our Kiwi safe.
What does Waitangi mean to the everyday New Zealander?
With one voice and one cry the Anti 'P' Hikoi arrives at Waitangi.
See Hone Harawira's reaction to David Seymour's comment on compulsion.
Political figures who made their way to Waitangi 2017 comment on compulsory te reo Māori.
Memorandum of Understanding between Hapū and the Far North District Council a first
Manuka Henare talks about Mauri and what it means for Maori
Anti-P hikoi arrives in Kaitaia and is supported by whānau, survivors, and the leaders of change.
The Kiwi and Oi are native birds to Aoteroa, New Zealand. Matakohe Island is a predator free environment for Native Wildlife.
Bringing the Northland back to Northland Youth Theatre
Maungakaramea students are making their mark on the community.
When an object becomes a shadow of itself
Michelle/Ryan's expanding parade of labels and identities
Keeping your internet regular!
Te Iwi Puihi (Percy) Tipene, Ze Queer as, Māori Land Service
The world is in crisis again!
Celebrating 146 years of Celtic pride in Waipu
Te Rarawa Symposium Collection
Te Rarawa Symposium Collection
A team of young entrepreneurs, specialising in making costume, props, film and entertainment
Whakairo exhibition by the graduating students of Te Wānanga o Aotearoa.
A collaborative work space for creative business professionals
Te Whare Tapu o Ngāpuhi is an alternative model of well-being and education.
Monitoring and maintaining stream habitats and surrounding eco-systems.
Learn about the Whakairo and tutuku at Motatau Marae that have been carved by men and women.
Philosophies drawn from Te Ao Maori perspective of pregnancy and birthing practices.
Refurbishing Te Puna o Te Matauranga Marae.
Hive is connecting people in the community to help one another
Our last news wrap up for 2016
Te Rarawa Symposium, Hui Takatāpui, and Haka Wars.
Aspiring to build Māori leaders, the Academy is not a programme, it is a way of being in the world.
In a historic day, we see the planting of two rare kumara variety on Matakohe Island.
Te Kopu in Whangarei is one of seven centres of indigenous and local knowledge in the world.
RECollective is a theatre group tackling the tricky topic of Mental Health.
Whangārei Mayor Sheryl Mai is one of many to take the plunge into Whangārei’s Harbour.
The monks of the Jam Tse Dhargyey Ling Buddhist Centre talk about their Sand Mandala.
More FM is cooking up delicious breakfasts to help fundraise for the N.E.S.T. Helicopter appeal.
Nanu Tura - 30 Years since the Homosexual Law Reform
Breast Screen Champions share the reaction and feedback from their new found celebrity.
Meet May Seager, a Breast Screen Champion sharing her inspirational story.
Meet Dawn Harris, a Breast Screen Champion sharing her inspirational story.
Meet Pane Matthews, a Breast Screen Champion sharing her inspirational story.
Meet Mahinaarangi, Moana, Jeannie, amd Melva, four Breast Screen Champions sharing their inspirational stories.
Celebrating the Scottish heritage of Waipu township, the Art’n’Tartan showcases wearable art and Celtic pride.
The Papermakers prepare for their interactive performance.
Take the Plunge is a community initiated event, campaigning for a clean swimmable harbor by 2025.
The Medicine Sand Mandala has attracted a record number of visitors to the Whangārei Art Museum.
Whangārei Native Bird Recovery Centre is dedicated to free help and treatment of injured native birds.
Food forest in Onerahi created entirely by volunteers.
Sustainability through action learning.
The making of Ki o Rahuia park in Onerahi.
An annual wood block printing event.
Summer Safety FUN DAY at Kensington Park.
Northland's first ever Vegan Expo was held recently in Whangārei.
Te hononga o te tangata, te tohorā me āna whakamahinga
Te kapa haka, te mātāwai, te hui takatāpui
Northland youth learn to tell their stories through 3D digital technology.
Create a giant Camera Obscura Sculpture in Whangārei.
Onerahi residents bring life to an empty space in Cresta Place.
Interview with Puppeteer Kylie Penn about her new show Macs' Patch.
Te Whare o Ngāpuhi to be performed by the students of NYT.
Interview with the cast of the travelling play, Riding In Cars with (Mostly Straight) Boys.
The opening of Te Kākano marks the first step towards the potential Huntertwasser Art Centre development for Whangārei.
Wai Māori is the source of life. Reuben Taipari explains kaitiakitanga from a haukāinga perspective
Information and news from the Haukainga. Kaitiakitanga, romiromi and ronga Māori are topical issues in the kāinga.
Listen to Te Hiku Media's developers talk about innovation and the Whare Kōrero.
The community of Kaitaia celebrates whanaungatanga with a street festival
Wrap up of news from the kainga
Te Kohanga o Āniwaniwa celebrates 30 years
The reconnection of waka and whakapapa between Māori and our Polynesian whanaunga.
Tikanga paving futures for whānau.
Pipiwharauroa, a walk to remember
Local iwi play an integral role in helping restore dune lakes throughout the Far North.
Promoting learning in Kaitaia for all people of all ages.
Te Pakanga mō Rangiawhia. Te Kura Kaupapa Māori o Rangiawhia is fighting to keep their doors open
More and more whānau in Te Taitokerau are looking at honey as a way to grow whānau economy.
Taonga pūoro is the Maori term for Māori instruments
He Korowai Trust is providing affordable housing for Whānau in the Far North.
Ngāwha, known for its hot springs, is the heart of energy production in Taitokerau.