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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 Roy Taoho22 Jun 2017 14:45
director of He Ao Kotahi He Ao Kotahi is a webseries and a doco - this doco featuring Katz Maihi is to play on Whakaata Maori in the near future. This is the first programme in a series called He Ao Kotahi - a collaboration of indigenous artists around the world. Twelve Maori artists will connect with indigenous communities to share, build, create and promote, indigenous art-forms; each of these art-forms being in very real danger of disappearing in the 21st century.
Korero Kiriata w Rereata Makiha22 Jun 2017 14:27
The right time/dates to harvest kai during Matariki Rereata Makiha is a member of the Maori Astronomy Society and shared his knowledge on the Maori New Year. In his korero he acknowledges that while Matariki is the Maori New Year, it is also for their people of Te Tai Tokerau and Puanga who leads in the Maori New Year for them. He believes the reason for this is simple: the rising of Matariki is too late for them as they cannot see in the sky. But Puanga is clearly visible and they celebrated their Maori New Year last Saturday 10 June 2017 with a karakia: no song and dance or great feast. There are others who do celebrate with their Maori New Year with gusto.
Kei A Tatou w Bryce Edwards and Adam Gifford22 Jun 2017 14:15
Kei a tatou a weekly political show hosted by: Claudette Hauiti
Kei A Tatou w Richard Pamatatau22 Jun 2017 14:00
Kei a tatou a weekly political show hosted by: Claudette Hauiti
Korero Kiriata w Chrissy Kokiri22 Jun 2017 13:30
our upcoming dance work Kiss The Sky, which is part of the Matariki Festival in Auckland, between June 29 and July 1. Part of our kaupapa as a NZ company is to look at how we can develop our connection with Maori communities to share all the things that we can offer as New Zealand's premiere contemporary dance company. While the current focus is getting audiences for the new show, we also offer whanau workshops, youth dance programs, programmes for over 65's and industry workshops etc. We have found that much work needs to be done educating the public about professional dance and dancers and contemporary dance in general so that is another part of our mission.
Te Rongopai 18/06/2017 - Pastor Lisa Thompson20 Jun 2017 10:14
Pastor Clifford and Lisa Thompson are relaunching their newly named church The Render Gathering at the new location in South Auckland's Alfriston College. Lisa shares about ministry among a predominantly Maori church.
Korero Kiriata w Orlando Stewart15 Jun 2017 14:00
Jimi Jackson is a comedian with close to a million followers on social media; he’s the voice of his generation, and now he’s about to launch into the world of broadcast TV. Edgy and side splittingly funny Jimi’s World is a programme set to be a break out hit for Maori Television. Jimi’s World is a full throttled semi-scripted comedy series that follows Jimi Jackson after he’s banned from the internet and loses his livelihood. He’s forced to face his worst nightmare and join the workforce. But work and Jimi don’t mix. His attempts to re-join the workforce are a complete and utter disaster. But a chance encounter sees Jimi join forces with Wairangi Koopu, who takes over the reins as Jimi’s agent, hoping to enjoy a cut in earnings he makes. With Wai in his corner Jimi hopes he’ll make a comeback, but Wai only makes things worse. It’s a litany of epic failure and uproarious laughs as Jimi is forced into taking on jobs no sane man would want. The question is - Can Jimi make a living in the real world and will he be able to convince the internet overlords to reinstate him?
Korero Kiriata w Chelsea Winstanley15 Jun 2017 13:09
Disney's Moana casting for Reo Maori version Writer Taika Waititi (Thor: Ragnarok, Hunt for the Wilderpeople) and Moana Actress Rachel House (“Gramma Tala”) Made the Announcement on behalf of the Matewa Media Trust, in Collaboration with The Walt Disney Studios Actors Rachel House (“Gramma Tala”), Temuera Morrison (“Chief Tui”), Jemaine Clement (“Tamatoa”) and Oscar Kightley (“Fisherman”) will Reprise their Roles Casting has begun on the Te Reo Maori language version of Walt Disney Animations Studios Academy Award-nominated animated feature Moana.
Korero Kiriata w Anahera Higgins15 Jun 2017 12:54
- Anahera is a new board member of Nga Aho Whakaari - and this week (Saturday) Nga Aho are meeting with Lee Tamahori regarding a possible NEW Directors wananga with Nga Aho also a workshop on the same day. - Also, she is co-ordinating some Matariki events this month so she can discuss more about what those events are.
Korero Kiriata w James Nokise15 Jun 2017 12:42
RUKAHU Opening at Basement Theatre on Tuesday 4th July comes RUKAHU, featuring comedian James Nokise's insane comic creation - Jon Bon Fasi. RUKAHU won Best Theatre Solo and the Makes You Think awards at the 2015 NZ Fringe Festival, where it was performed in a found space on Cuba Street. Its Basement season will mark the show’s second performance in a traditional theatre space, and Nokise is promising to up the chaos as much as possible. James Nokise is an important political voice in New Zealand comedy and arts, enthralling audiences with charm, hilarity and savage satire. RUKAHU Dates: 4th to 8th July Time: 6.30pm, 1 hour Venue: Basement Theatre Tickets: $18 - $22
NEWS CLIP | Rangi Mataamua - People are marking Matariki too early09 Jun 2017 15:36
The star cluster can't be seen above the horizon until later in the month
NEWS CLIP | Christopher Finlayson - Litany of crown failings in Parihaka apology09 Jun 2017 15:03
Attorney General Christopher Finlayson and Maori Developemnt Minister Te Ururua Flavell have delivered the crown’s apology for the sacking of Parihaka in 1881.
NEWS CLIP | Miriama Prickett - Cow cut key to restoring water quality09 Jun 2017 14:57
Leaders from environment, health, recreation, science, and tourism organisations have come together with a seven step plan to reverse the country’s freshwater degradation.
NEWS CLIP | Margie Ward-Holmes Little - Mana of puna on the line in conservation order09 Jun 2017 14:54
A Nelson kuia says giving the highest level of legal protection to Nelson’s Waikoropupu Springs will give the puna back its mana.
NEWS CLIP | Marama Fox - 80 Tairawhiti hapu and iwi support this stance09 Jun 2017 11:09
There is widespread concern in the area about the activities of the Amazon Warrior
NEWS CLIP | Murray Painting - This is a long standing problem with the marae refusing kaupapa09 Jun 2017 11:06
The last straw was the marae’s refusal to accept applications from 82 local Maori
NEWS CLIP | Rahui Papa - The kingitanga has a long association with Parihaka08 Jun 2017 15:54
Parihaka is a blot on the history of Aotearoa and it is good that its story will be more widely known
NEWS CLIP | Hone Sadler - Ngapuhi's last chance and Tuhoronuku is ready for the challenge08 Jun 2017 15:54
The tribe needs to have a team in place to resume settlement talks as soon as possible after the election
NEWS CLIP | Meka Whaitiri - We want more Maori to exercise their right to vote08 Jun 2017 15:54
The governments rejection of the Electoral Amendment Bill was a lost opportunity to involve more Maori in the electoral system, says Whaitiri
NEWS CLIP | Hone Harawira - A reminder of the work done for many years by Maori, Pakeha and Pasifika08 Jun 2017 15:54
The protests tapped a nerve with many councils around the country declaring themselves nuclear free
Kei A Tatou w Dale Husband08 Jun 2017 13:30
A weekly political show on Radio Waatea hosted by: Claudette Hauiti
Kei A Tatou w Lady Pokai08 Jun 2017 13:24
A weekly Political Show on Radio Waatea hosted by: Claudette Hauiti
Kei A Tatou w Miriama Wilson08 Jun 2017 13:18
A weekly Political Show on Radio Waatea hosted by: Claudette Hauiti
Kei A Tatou w Adam Gifford08 Jun 2017 13:15
A weekly Political Show on Radio Waatea hosted by: Claudette Hauiti
Kei A Tatou w Martyn 'Bomber' Bradbury07 Jun 2017 14:48
Kei A Tatou a political show hosted by: Claudette Hauiti
Kei A Tatou w Alan Johnson and Adam Gifford07 Jun 2017 14:24
Kei A Tatou a weekly political show hosted by: Claudette Hauiti
Te Ture Whenua Maori - Spencer Webster 2 - Public Works Act07 Jun 2017 12:42
Spencer Webster, Public Works Act
Te Ture Whenua Maori - Spencer Webster 1 - Rates07 Jun 2017 12:42
Spencer Webster, Rates
Te Ture Whenua Maori - Matanuku Mahuika 2 - Maori Land07 Jun 2017 12:42
Matanuku Mahuika, Maori Land
Te Ture Whenua Maori - Matanuku Mahuika 1 - Landlocked Land07 Jun 2017 12:42
Matanuku Mahuika, Landlocked Land
NEWS CLIP | Tamahou Temara - The show has been touring Europe for several years26 May 2017 14:24
Such show opens the doors and the storage vaults of institutions to those looking to repatriate ancestral remains
NEWS CLIP | Puna Wano Bryant - We need to make the most of the apology26 May 2017 14:24
As a people we really need to take back the loss and the pain and no longer use it as an excuse to hold ourselves back
NEWS CLIP | Winston Peters - There is no sign of that money on the streets26 May 2017 11:00
Maori housing initiative has only produced 11 completed houses in the past two years
NEWS CLIP | Sonny Tau - Already feeling the benefits26 May 2017 11:00
It was a good opportunity as entering meant the trust had a complete review of its operations
Kei a Tatou w Buddy Mikaere26 May 2017 10:21
Kei a Tatou w Buddy Mikaere
Kei a Tatou w Adam Gifford26 May 2017 10:00
Kei a Tatou w Adam Gifford
Kei a Tatou w Peter Sykes26 May 2017 09:57
Kei a Tatou w Peter Sykes
Korero Kiriata w Orlando Stewart26 May 2017 09:39
Orlando Stewart, Producer of Jimi's World Jimi Jackson is a comedian with close to a million followers on social media; he’s the voice of his generation, and now he’s about to launch into the world of broadcast TV. Edgy and side splittingly funny Jimi’s World is a programme set to be a break out hit for Maori Television. Jimi’s World is a full throttled semi-scripted comedy series that follows Jimi Jackson after he’s banned from the internet and loses his livelihood. He’s forced to face his worst nightmare and join the workforce. But work and Jimi don’t mix. His attempts to re-join the workforce are a complete and utter disaster. But a chance encounter sees Jimi join forces with Wairangi Koopu, who takes over the reins as Jimi’s agent, hoping to enjoy a cut in earnings he makes. With Wai in his corner Jimi hopes he’ll make a comeback, but Wai only makes things worse. It’s a litany of epic failure and uproarious laughs as Jimi is forced into taking on jobs no sane man would want. The question is - Can Jimi make a living in the real world and will he be able to convince the internet overlords to reinstate him?
Korero Kiriata w Neihana Lowe26 May 2017 09:27
Neihana is working collaboratively with his Kuia to tell their story of young and old living together in Papakura and acknowledging their haukainga. Nan seeing the whenua through her weaving and Neihana seeing it through the camera lens. He is having twelve kete representing Koroua Rua Kenanas 12 wives and the knowledge they each held. Also leads to korero of how far wide our people spread as he had so many wives. 11 kete are black with natural netting and one in the colours of Koroua Rua's - symbolic of nans Kuia being his eleventh wife. The entrance has 11 pennies in wai tapu in a nikau palm leaf - for blessing and korero about Koro Rua's healing through use of pennies and even thinking about how his Koro Darky used to have a Sunday bath with a penny to cleanse and heal in preparation for the following week. Everything in this exhibition has depth and meaning. His dad and the Maori Liaison officers are attending in full number one uniform - again symbolising the passed hurt but moving forward and coming together for change. This exhibition tells a story of home, of young and old, of knowing oneself.
Korero Kiriata w Wal Reid26 May 2017 09:09
Korero Kiriata w Wal Reid
Korero Kiriata w Moses Goods and Luisa Tei18 May 2017 14:12
‘Whitewashing’ Accusations Fly as Zach McGowan Cast as Hawaiian WWII Hero Actor Zach McGowan has been cast as Hawaiian native Benehakaka “Ben” Kanahele in the upcoming WWII film “Ni’ihau,” reigniting the “whitewashing” controversy in Hollywood where Asian/Pacific Islanders are portrayed by white actors. The film chronicles the true story of the Ni’ihau Incident, in which Kanahele rescued Shigenori Nishikaichi, an Imperial Japanese Navy Air Service pilot who participated in the bombing of Pearl Harbor, after he crashed his plane onto the Hawaii island of Ni’ihau. After Nishikaichi escaped and banded with three local Japanese to terrorize American locals, Kanahele and his wife ultimately killed him. Kanahele, who was shot by Nishikaichi, was later hailed by the U.S. government as a hero for helping prevent a takeover on the island. McGowan, who has appeared in “Shameless” and “Black Sails” as English pirate Charles Vane, is Caucasian with brown hair and blue eyes. Kanahele was a native Hawaiian with brown skin and dark hair. McGowan’s casting is the latest in a series of “whitewashed” roles.
Kei a Tatou w Toi Iti18 May 2017 14:12
A weekly Political show hosted by: Claudette Hauiti.
Kei a Tatou w Jock Anderson and Adam Gifford18 May 2017 14:03
A weekly Political show hosted by: Claudette Hauiti.
Korero Kiriata w Maaka Fiso and Wal Reid18 May 2017 13:54
Korero Kiriata a weekly show on Radio Waatea hosted by Leo Koziol.
NEWS CLIP | Moka Apiti - Participants will get hands on experience with the latest software tools16 May 2017 16:39
Digital mapping could be critical to the creation of a new Maori Land Service as landowners look for titles
NEWS CLIP Annette Sykes - We as a Maori community need to rise up16 May 2017 16:39
This has got to be dealt with because it's a systemic issue
NEWS CLIP | Kelvin Davis - Labour’s election year congress showed the commitment the party has16 May 2017 16:39
The most pleasing aspect of the congress was seeing 19 Maori candidates up on stage and the large number of Maori there to support Labour
NEWS CLIP | Makere Mutu - We have a legal right to have our lands ordered back from the crown16 May 2017 15:06
She hopes a remedies hearing on the far north's tribe's historic settlement can be held as early as October
NEWS CLIP | Andrew Becroft - 70 percent of residents being Maori in our youth justice facilities16 May 2017 15:06
Reorganising youth justice facilities to bring a more Maori focus could be a circuit breaker
NEWS CLIP | Kelvin Davis - What a rare moment of honesty16 May 2017 15:06
If we don’t do it their way, you will lose your contracts and that is just outrageous
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Parakuihi Breakfast with Dale Husband
Paul Majurey on Paakiwaha
Paul Majurey on Paakiwaha
VOYCE- Whakarongo Mai creator Tupu Urlich on Paakiwaha
Speaker at the recent Whanau Ora symposium in Christchurch.
Former All Black and Hurricane Halfback Piri Weepu on Paakiwaha
Piri Weepu talks sports with Dale Husband and takes a look ahead to the Hurricanes playing the British and Irish Lions
NZ First leader Winston Peters on Paakiwaha
NZ First leader Winston Peters talk politics ! The Todd Barclay saga but also about the offical launch of the Party's campaign launch
Mika X on Paakiwaha
Mika X will be the Opportunities candidate in the Aucklad Central seat
Liana Poutu,Chair ofTE Kotaihtanga o Te Atiawa on Paakiwaha
A new governance partnership called Te Huinga Taumatua Committee has been created by the New Plymouth District Council (NPDC) and senior Taranaki iwi leaders.
Labour candidate Willow-Jean Prime on Paakiwaha
Willow-Jean Prime officially launched her campaign as the Labour candidate for the Northland seat last Friday.
Labour leader Andrew Little on Paakiwaha
Andrew Little talks about the recent issues surrounding Labour over the Campaign for change and Matt McCarten
Do we need a new Maori uprising?
MARTYN 'BOMBER' BRADBURY OPINION: The front cover of last months racism issue by MANA magazine says it all.
Marae TV phone message racism highlights ignorance
MARTYN 'BOMBER' BRADBURY: Marae TV employee Blake Ihimaera had a phone message accidentally left on her phone from a company they were looking to hire a car from.
Time to turn the tables on the tobacco companies
WILLIE JACKSON: We have a violent crime wave in our community and it is time we were honest about.
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