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Ngaroimata Reid

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Ngaroimata is a self-employed Business and Community Development Consultant who has worked with many government and non-government organisations including Whānau, Hapū and Iwi.
 
She has a Master’s Degree in Business Management, and is currently working on her PhD research focused on Indigenous Women’s Leadership at the University of Auckland.
 
In 2011, Ngaroimata was awarded the Dame Mira Szászy Māori Business Leaders Alumni Award for Excellence in Māori Business and Leadership; she is a member of the Australia New Zealand Academy of Management, a Leadership New Zealand Fellow and a member of the International Indigenous Women’s Forum representing the Te Atatu Branch Māori Women’s Welfare League at the United Nations Forum on Indigenous Issues in New York City.
 
Her passion for community and leadership stems from being involved in a number of movements which lead her on to Business Leadership and Māori Business Development.  Her voluntary work for her marae, the Māori Women’s Welfare League and her work in Māori radio keeps her well grounded.
 
Ngaroimata is supported by her immediate and extended Whānau, her friends and colleagues, and her son Phineas Te Amaru Reid.  She enjoys shopping, fitness, sports and marathon running.

 
CONTACT
Phone: 0800 4 603 603 or 09 275 9070
Email: ncreid@clear.net.nz
Podcast
Korero Kiriata w Chavez Farquhar and Brendon Tipene27 Apr 2017 15:00
Korero Kiriata on Radio Waatea, hosted by Leo Koziol.
Korero Kiriata w Becs Arahanga27 Apr 2017 14:48
Last year I rewrote one of my husbands old scripts, that was shortlisted by the NZFC and I started Prod Managing TVC's that our company AWA films made for Te Wiki o the Red Maori, which got my head back in the game. In August last year, I wrote the screenplay for Laundry, which is a comedy about how your love life (sex life) is affected after you have kids. Having 5 kids myself, and now mokopuna, I have had plenty of inspiration and opportunity to research and then write and direct this film. Once written, it immediately had a life of its own and the feedback from people was really excited. We decided to crowd fund for it via the online crowd funding platform Boosted. While that was under way, my mate told me that Nga Aho Whakaari was wanting to support Maori film makers and were going to launch their Nga Aho Whakaari "Short Films Project" at their 20year Hui, with a workshop and a pitching session. Been a massive learning curve, I was definitely the least experienced person on set and in post.. but incredibly lucky that I had masters all around me so I could grow and learn within the whole experience. I have already started developing my next short film, which I'm excited about, with the idea of making a feature in the future.Right now, I'm just following where the flow is taking me, not overthinking it too much, but moving and taking action when I need to.
Korero Kiriata w Reni Werata-Gargiulo27 Apr 2017 14:39
Kiwi Kai is a Nelson business making waves in the processed seafood industry, turning beautiful New Zealand seafood into delicious fare. Reni Wereta-Gargiulo is the owner, business manager, recipe designer and is in charge of production in her small commercial kitchen at home; in other words a one-woman-business-dynamo.Christmas before last we bought some of her canapes for our staff Christmas lunch and I have been keeping an eye on this quality producer since then.For someone to be able to produce such beautiful food there has to be a back-story and Wereta-Gargiulo's is one with a real food and hospitality focus. She has a diverse background in marketing, promotion, business administration and tourism. Added to that are the entrepreneurial skills she inherited from ancestors on her mother's side and her Maori values and heritage on her father's side, forming a strong foundation that drives her passion for business. "I was around food a lot and it is quite natural for us as Maori to give manaaki (everything about hospitality in one word) with guests, you care for them from the time they walk in the door until they leave and part of that for me is making sure I give them healthy food.
Kei A Tatou w Areta Koopu27 Apr 2017 14:36
A weekly Political Show hosted by Claudette Hauiti
Kei A Tatou w Ben Thomas and Adam Gifford27 Apr 2017 14:21
A weekly Political Show hosted by Claudette Hauiti
NEWS CLIP | Peeni Henare - vital parts of New Zealands historical records will be seen21 Apr 2017 15:15
People will now have the ability to engage with these taonga, which is what we also class as living documents
NEWS CLIP | Willie Te Aho - Iwi Chairs Forum could work with iwi on Poroti Springs water claim21 Apr 2017 14:18
Each hapu will have their own approach as to how they utilise their rights
NEWS CLIP | Pem Bird - Parata forced the education system to engage fully with Maori pupils21 Apr 2017 14:18
She had the ability to bring those at the bottom of the barrel who had been there forever, Maori pupils
NEWS CLIP | Peeni Henare - vital parts of New Zealand’s historical records will be seen21 Apr 2017 14:18
People will now have the ability to engage with these taonga, which is what we also class as living documents
NEWS CLIP | Marama Fox - Otaki is a shining example of a bilingual township21 Apr 2017 14:18
With the creation of Te Wananga o Raukawa, the town has created a large mass of Maori speakers
NEWS CLIP | Hone Harawira - Te Ture Whenua Maori shows attempts to elevate tikanga Maori21 Apr 2017 11:24
Hone agrees that there certainly are positive aspects to the Ture Whenua Maori reform
NEWS CLIP | Frank Thorne - Marchers head southwest today from Turangawaewae Marae21 Apr 2017 11:24
The eight rangatahi and two adults on the hikoi have been retracing tribal history
NEWS CLIP | Henare Manaena - A centre for things like cultural practices is what we need20 Apr 2017 14:15
We want to encourage our younger generation to come and live back on the whenua again
NEWS CLIP | Jamie Tuuta - Opportunities for iwi and hapu to invest in individual orchards20 Apr 2017 14:12
During the 12 to17 year development period the owners will be trained up so they can govern and manage the land
NEWS CLIP | Marama Fox - The elections coming up will be tough20 Apr 2017 14:12
It is important for Maori to vote strategically this year, which is what Marama will focus alot on in her campaign
Korero Kiriata w Alex Behse20 Apr 2017 13:18
I am scouting for documentary ideas from film makers from NZ and the Pacific! Stories about the Pacific region incl. Aotearoa which provide an authentic glimpse into the Pacific Islander experience... stories about arts, culture and intimate human stories and contemporary issues.. intended to draw audienced into the heart and soul of Pacific Island and Maori culture. There is an opportunity for these long form stories to be told for overseas audiences and I have been asked to keep my eye out. So here we go. My open call.
Korero Kiriata w Jarrad McKay20 Apr 2017 13:15
Puha and Pakeha brings Maori flavour to the streets Think Maori food and Reuben sandwiches, pulled pork, fish chowder and piri piri chicken salads probably don't spring to mind. But these are a few of the dishes Jarrad and Belinda McKay are using to introduce native flavours – many of which have been right under Kiwis' noses for years – to the masses. The couple take their matte-black Puha and Pakeha caravan to various events and markets around Auckland, offering their unique blend of contemporary street food and traditional Maori kai. While the hangi is a recurring theme in their cooking, they've also made the most of rewena bread (used in their Reuben, among other things), horopito (spicing up the piri piri chicken) and kawakawa (infused into a meringue). One of their most successful dishes is the pulled pork and slaw sandwich. The pork is slow-cooked in a hangi, imparting that unique flavour into the well-spiced shoulder. Panko-crumbed kumara balls also carry that distinctive hangi flavour and are served with a sweet horopito sauce. Jarrad lights up as he talks about the smell of the food coming from their hangi. "It does take me back to primary school, where we used to put one down every year as a fundraiser. Mr Presley and Mr Going were digging the hole, putting the sacks on top." The McKays started Puha and Pakeha with the aim of reconnecting New Zealanders with Maori kai – or, indeed, connecting many of us for the first time with a food we don't know much about. The name comes from a deeply un-PC novelty song from the 1960s, about Maori cooking up white folk in a boil-up. Jarrad, who is Tainui and Ngati Kahungunu, has fond memories of eating plenty of Maori kai growing up in Manurewa, South Auckland. He says the selection was limited, however, so researching and developing new recipes has been a learning experience for him too.
Korero Kiriata w Todd Karehana20 Apr 2017 13:12
Todd is a recipient of the Nga Aho Whakaari shorts project which is funded by the NZ Film Commission. Nga Aho Whakaari advocates for kaimahi in the industry and is also working to increase capacity so its an opportunity to make listeners aware that the industry is a viable career path. They will also talk about their mahi past and future.
Kei A Tatou w Henare Kingi20 Apr 2017 13:06
A weekly political show hosted by Claudette Hauiti. Guest: Waatea maori political commentator Henare Kingi.
NEWS CLIP | Sydney Keepa - Rest home win will boost poor communities20 Apr 2017 13:00
A Maori trade unionist says a win for care home workers will be a significant economic boost for communities and whanau.
Kei A Tatou w Martyn Bradbury20 Apr 2017 13:00
A weekly political show hosted by Claudette Hauiti. Guest: Political Blogger Martyn Bradbury.
NEWS CLIP | Te Ururoa Flavell - Maori Party backing Taurima20 Apr 2017 10:42
It hasn't been formalised yet but if Shane does get in, he'll be a great candidate
NEWS CLIP | Metiria Turei - The long overdue payrise will definitely help20 Apr 2017 10:42
This increase will have a huge effect on the lives of thousands of low income women and their families.
NEWS CLIP | Tony Bonne - Value seen in marae assistance19 Apr 2017 13:54
Whakatane mayor Tony Bonne is full of praise for the contributions being made by the area's iwi and marae to coping with natural disasters.
NEWS CLIP | Te Ururoa Flavell - Marae could get back flood costs19 Apr 2017 13:54
Maori Development Minister and Waiariki MP Te Ururoa Flavell would like to see a contribution to marae costs
NEWS CLIP | Marewa Glover - Too much shame and blame in smoking battle19 Apr 2017 13:54
stigmatising smokers has gone too far and is failing to convince remaining smokers to give up.
NEWS CLIP | Syd Kepa - Rest home win will boost poor communities19 Apr 2017 13:54
A Maori trade unionist says a win for care home workers will be a significant economic boost for communities and whanau.
NEWS CLIP | Hurimoana Dennis - A Winters Resolution19 Apr 2017 11:30
A south Auckland marae is considering what it may do this winter to respond to the city’s continuing homeless crisis.
NEWS CLIP | Naomi Manu - A step forward for young Maori and science19 Apr 2017 11:30
A Massey University programme to help Maori attain NCEA levels in science is changing the aspirations of many rangatahi.
NEWS CLIP | Louisa Wall - Government bends on care workers' pay18 Apr 2017 15:00
More than 50,000 aged care workers are set for a pay rise
NEWS CLIP | Kelvin Davis - Waitangi welcome shift back on agenda18 Apr 2017 15:00
Ngapuhi elders and Northland MPs to discuss whether to move welcomes for the next Waitangi Day away from Te Tii Marae.
NEWS CLIP | Hauauru Rawiri - Point England development seen as treaty settlement18 Apr 2017 15:00
Auckland iwi Ngati Paoa says the ability to develop housing on Point England Reserve is a critical part of its treaty settlement.
NEWS CLIP | Hurimoana Dennis - Hope for future tamariki in kohanga role18 Apr 2017 15:00
New board member for Te Kohanga National Trust says getting early childhood education right for Maori is critical for the whole country.
NEWS CLIP | Tainui Tukiwaho - 'E kore a muri e hokia'18 Apr 2017 11:21
A Maori language version of a classic New Zealand play, that looks at normalising the use of Te Reo Maori on stage
Korero Kiriata w Rawiri Paratene13 Apr 2017 14:24
RAWIRI PARATENE DIRECTS THRILLING NEW PLAY SET IN SMALL TOWN NEW ZEALAND As the Matariki stars shine down, an intimate and poetic new play from one of our most respected playwrights, Briar Grace Smith, opens at the ASB Waterfront Theatre. When Sun and Moon Collide, playing 20 June – 5 July, is a home-grown thriller set under the brooding Tararua ranges. Arts Laureate Briar Grace-Smith is one of New Zealand’s most playwrights and her works have been staged at festivals throughout the world. Internationally regarded actor Rawiri Paratene will direct, having recently returned from playing Polonius and Claudius in the Shakespeare’s Globe ‘Globe to Globe’ tour of Hamlet, which visited every country in the world. New Zealand. A small, rural settlement in the ‘middle-of-nowhere’ is in turmoil. Somebody knows what happened to two Danish backpackers who disappeared a year ago on a local walking track. Perhaps it’s it Isaac, who runs the local tearooms. Or maybe it’s his only customer, the anorexic Francie. Declan has recently released from prison for a crime he didn't commit and there’s a chance the local cop Travis is not offering all she knows.
Korero Kiriata w Elizabeth Ellis13 Apr 2017 14:18
Prime Minster Bill English travelled north to Whangarei to meet with the Wairau Maori Art Gallery Board, Prosper Northland Trust, members of the HAC project team and the Whangarei Art Museum Trust to discuss the project and plans for meeting the HAC’s initial June 30th deadline to raise $16.25m and secure a $2m underwrite over ten years. The project team will then have until 30th June 2018 to have a fully costed and final design in place. “It was important that the Prime Minister be fully informed about the progress being made on the project. Although a number of funding sources are still being targeted, every contribution helps,” said Elizabeth Ellis, Chair of the Wairau Maori Art Gallery Board. “This is a project for all Maori and all New Zealanders as well,” she added. Extra design and complex build costs have pushed total project costs out to $20.97m.
Korero Kiriata w Henry and Monique Heke13 Apr 2017 14:15
Husband and wife team Monique and Henry Heke are carving out a name for themselves in the culinary world. The Hawke's Bay based couple were one of the favourites on the hit series My Kitchen Rules and have now host their own television series Tradition on a Plate. The fourth episode of Tradition on a Plate will be on Maori TV tonight (Thursday) at 7:30pm!!!
Kei a Tatou w Dr Kathie Irwin13 Apr 2017 14:09
A weekly show hosted by Claudette Hauiti
Kei a Tatou w Stephen Franks13 Apr 2017 14:03
A weekly show hosted by Claudette Hauiti
Kei a Tatou w Adam Gifford13 Apr 2017 13:57
A weekly show hosted by Claudette Hauiti
Kei a Tatou w Pem Bird13 Apr 2017 13:54
A weekly show hosted by Claudette Hauiti
Kei A Tatou w Mihirawhiti Searancke06 Apr 2017 14:06
A weekly show hosted by Claudette Hauiti.
Kei A Tatou w Morgan Godfrey06 Apr 2017 13:51
A weekly show hosted by Claudette Hauiti.
Kei A Tatou w Adam Gifford06 Apr 2017 13:42
A weekly show hosted by Claudette Hauiti
Korero Kiriata w Beth Hill06 Apr 2017 13:30
The opening of the Limit:less Art Exhibition this afternoon at NorthTec’s Geoff Wilson Gallery in Whangarei. The Limit:less exhibition is the brainchild of Beth Hill of Redemption Arts and Education Services, and art tutor at NRCF. NRCF collaborated with NorthTec to create this unique exhibition between three diverse groups of artists: four prisoners from NRCF; four former NorthTec art students, and four professional NZ working artists. Artworks include paintings, carvings, music, writing and metal. The teaching of visual, fine and performing arts at NRCF plays a crucial role in the rehabilitation of prisoners, and reducing re-offending.
Korero Kiriata w Tainui Tukiwaho06 Apr 2017 13:21
MO and JESS KILL SUSIE - E KORE A MURI E HOKIA Directed by Tainui Tukiwaho / Written by Gary Henderson / Translated by Ani-Piki Tuari, Hania Douglas, Te Aorere Pewhairangi and Tawaroa Kawana. With support from Te Taurawhiri I Te Reo Maori (The Maori Language Commission), Ruia Taitea Creative are proud to present an all new full te reo Maori translation of Gary Henderson's classic thriller Mo and Jess Kill Susie, E Kore A Muri E Hokia, live on stage. Beginning the season at Te Pou Theatre in Auckland with five shows from 26-29 April, the show will then travel north, firstly to Whangarei's ONEONESIX, 3-5 May, before closing the season at Te Ahu Centre in Kaitaia, 9-11 May. A timeless hostage drama, the reo Maori title for this play, E Kore a Muri e Hokia, is a kiwaha (saying) that roughly means there is no going back or what is done is done. The original work by Henderson is a favourite of the creative team behind the production for its complex female characters, the focus on relationships in the tense thriller narrative, and importantly, the fantastic language and imagery which allows the te reo Maori to shine.
Korero Kiriata w Wal Reid06 Apr 2017 13:12
A semi-regular korero with Wal Reid on Korero Kiriata hosted by Leo Koziol.
TITEWHAI HARAWIRA: Sr Tui Cadigan05 Apr 2017 13:36
Sr Tui is a Mercy Sister and senior leader within the Catholic Church. She is Chair of Te Runanga o te Hahi Katorika ki Aotearoa and is on the Leadership Team for the Sisters of Mercy Aotearoa.Sr Tui has known Pa Tate since the late 1980s and can help your listeners understand a little more about who the he was and the contribution he made to the Catholic Church and well beyond.
Kei a Tatou w Scott Campbell 16/03/1716 Mar 2017 16:09
Host: Claudette Hauiti
Kei a Tatou w Adam Gifford 16/03/1716 Mar 2017 15:54
Host: Claudette Hauiti

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Te Taura Whiri I te reo Maori CE Ngahiwi Apanui
The Maori affairs select committee wants to hold an extra financial review of the Maori Language Commission later this year as it manages the transition to the new environment where it shares responsibility for Maori language revitalisation with Te Matawai.
Maori Party Co-Leader Marama Fox
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1 Hone Harawira | Nga pakanga nui o te ao
Ka whakapuakina mai a Hone i ona ake whakaaro mo te take i haere a taatou tipuna ki ngaa pakanga o te ao i ngaa raa o mua
2 Atene Andrews | Nga take hauora
Ko Atene te kaumaatua o Pharmac, ka korero i a ia mo ngaa kaupapa nui o te wa nei ki toona ao o te hauora
3 Peeni Henare | Nga take torangapu o te wa
Ka korero a Peeni mo ngaa kaupapa nui kei te pae korero i teenei wa mo te paati Reipa
4 Shane Jones | Te hui nui i taawahi
Ka whakamarama mai a Shane i te aahuatanga o te hui i taawahi, i koorero raatou mo ngaa take peenei i te moana, me peehea te whakawhakanake i ngaa mahi hii ika
5 Piriwiritua Rurawhe | Nga mahi o te wa a te haahi Ratana
He mahi moni te haere ake nei a te haahi Ratana kei a Piriwiritua te roanga ake o ngaa whakamaarama
The fear of admitting our Prison and Justice system is racist
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How Maori, young voters and Women will decide the 2017 Election
MARTYN 'BOMBER' BRADBURY: If we look at the opinion poll stats 6 months out from the last 3 elections, National over poll by a significant percentage, Labour over poll by a smaller percentage, the Greens are static and NZ First rises when Labour's vote collapses.
NZ water should be for Kiwi's. Full stop.
WILLIE JACKSON OPINION: What is going on with our water?
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