|iho pumanawa||n. mentor|
|kihirua||v. to change your mind|
|kōwhakiwhaki||v. tear off piece by piece|
|kūwharuwharu||n. longfin eel|
|maroke hengahena||n. extremely dry|
|matamatahuānga||n. close relation/ first cousin|
|pāpuni||n. water dam|
|pumanawa rorohiko||n. app|
|tāhūhū rangapū||n. chief executive|
|Te Tumu Paeroa||n. Māori Trustee Office|
|tou areare||adj. stingy|
|wā tāpiri||v. extra time|
|waka torohaki||n. jet boat|
|whakarauoratanga||v. revitalise health and wellbeing|
|whakatōwenewene||v. to cause problems|
|whakatūmataiti||v. to make private|
|whakaweti||v. to bully|
|whakaweti-ā-ipurangi||n. cyber bullying|
|wharau||v. travel by water|
TWP 19122014 - Dr Marewa Glover|
Dr Marewa Glover on research of a plant based product to help with smoking cessation which is used in eastern europe but has gone under the radar in english speaking countries.
TWP 19122014 - Dr Pita Sharples|
Former Minister of Maori Affairs and Maori Party co leader Dr Pita Sharples talks of some of his highlights of the year and resigning from parliament is top of the list and he has high praise for Marama Fox
TWP 19122014 - Peeni Henare|
Tamaki Makaurau MP Peeni Henare highlights some of the concerns he holds on treaty settlements. He says they are often done too fast and a dollar value is placed on the settlements
Manako 19122014 - Pt 5 Poia Rewi|
Poia Rewi | Reo funding that is available and new initiatives as well as the 'state' of te reo Maori
Hapai 18/12/2014 - Anthony Thompson|
Anthony and Hemi reflect on Hapai Te Hauora's achievements and milestones for 2014
Waipareira 18/12/2014 - Ngaere and Sue|
Ngaere and Sue talk with Brent on emergency services over the festive season.
Waipareira 18/12/2014 - Airini Tukerangi|
Brent talks with Airini on family violence and the upcoming festive season.
Waipareira 18/12/2014 - Huia Busby|
Brent talks with Huia on upcoming free whanau events.
Why proclaiming Key as the Politician of the Year is ethically bankrupt|
OPINION: It is that time of year when pundits write columns to explain the 'winners' and 'losers' of the political year and already many are proclaiming that Key is this years political winner because he managed to avoid all the allegations of corruption and dirty politics to win an even larger majority than he had.
A Principled Man|
OPINION: I was very honoured to be asked to speak in New Plymouth earlier this week by the Mayor of the city Andrew Judd.
How should Waitangi Tribunal ruling on Sovereignty be implemented?|
OPINION: I'd like to back track this weeks column to the Waitangi Tribunal ruling that Maori did not sign away their sovereignty in 1840.