Te Hiku Iwi Development Trust
Te Hiku speaks with Kaumatua Roimata Kaaka in Te Kao
People of Muriwhenua – The Journey of Muriwhenua into their first Matatini.
Te Whānau Moana. He Puna Kōrerorero. Te Kura Kaupapa Māori a Rangiawhia.
Waka taua ki Uropi – The Journey of two waka gifted into a foreign land.
Waka taua ki Waitangi – An insight into the lives of Nga Kaihoe Waka.
Hekenukumai Puhipi – Ep 4 – of Te Rarawa & Ngati Kahu. A tohunga who provides a brief history on waka taua.
Keita Te Moananui talks about Mahimaru Marae, Whakapapa and nga iwi o Muriwhenua
Harihona Rata – of Ngati Kuri & Te Aupouri who has a spirited heart in bee keeping.
Brian Wiki – of Te Aupouri has a strong passion for waka taua and journeying across the ocean.
Sonny Harrison – of Te Rarawa shows us how to use seaweed resourcefully and talks about his gang life.
Dr Bruce Gregory – of Te Rarawa expresses his thoughts of how to sustain ourselves as a community.
Della Nathan – of Te Aupouri gives us an insight into how she helped revitalise Te Reo Maori.
Tame Mare talks about his life, experiences and words of wisdom
Pa Moses – of Ngati Kuri shows us the Maori delicacies and how to prepare rotten corn.
Mangu Awarau – of Ngai Takoto & Ngati Kahu talks about the injustices that have been burdened onto Maori.
Makanihi Petara – of Te Rarawa keeps herself grounded on the whenua, she talks about life and tangata Whenua
Leni Kapa – of Te Aupouri tells the history of Te Kao School.
Listen to Reuben kōrero about his Whare Ora gym in Kaitaia.
Glass Murray shares the history of Te Aupōuri