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Dale Husband Te Wahanga Parakuihi
Join Dale Husband every weekday morning from 7.00am - 10.00am for Te Wahanga Parakuihi, your early morning dose of bilingual Maori news and views..Read more

Dale Husband Te Wahanga Parakuihi
Join Dale Husband every weekday morning from 7.00am - 10.00am for Te Wahanga Parakuihi, your early morning dose of bilingual Maori news and views..Read more

Tihei - Thinking of a plan
The talented Tihei Harawira with his video...Read more

Che Fu Ft Aaradnah - Spin One
The hit single from Che Fu featuring.Read more

Te Hunga Taiohi Ep 2 - Robett Hollis
We sit down with entrepreneur Robett ''Holler'' Hollis founder of New-Zealand's largest action sport....Read more

Annie Crummer & Herbs - See What Love Can Do
Annie Crummer, Herbs and Charlie Tumahai cover of Eric Clapton's 'See What Love Can Do....Read more

Tautoko FM Fundraiser Concert
On Friday June 26th, the event “Tautoko Tautoko” will be held at Blacknote Bar, on Symonds St....Read more

Tipene - Pioneers ft. DLT,Tyna & Dam Native
Tipene teams up with DLT, Damn Native and Tyga....Read more

Maori Battalion marching song
E kore e warewaretia....Read more

Hikawera Ferris - Turongo
Hikawera Ferris covers the Tainui waiata Tūrongo on Marae....Read more

Tommorow People - Again And Again
The latest single from Tomorrow People - Again & Again... .Read more

Che Fu - Without A Doubt
Without a Doubt hit number one on the NZ singles chart the first week of October '98..Read more

Troy Kingi #Hakanation Unplugged
Troy Kingi - Kaore te aroha.Read more

Get Up Stand Up - Tūtahi
Great re-make of the classic song 'Get Up Stand Up' by Bob Marley....Read more

Ka Waiata
St Joseph's Maori Girls College from 2012....Read more

Portage Crossing 2015
Portage Crossing 2015 celebrations....Read more

Foundation - Hold Me Close
Hold Me Close by the west Auckland based group....Read more

Sons of Zion - Stuck on Stupid ft Israel Starr
Latest waiata from Sons of Zion..Read more

House of Shem - Let it be
The Official music video for House of Shem cover version of the song "Let it Be".Read more

VIDEO PICK: Tiki Tapu - Rob Ruha
Composed completely in Te Reo Maori and in a moteatea (Maori chant) style, Rob Ruha's second single release entitled Tiki Tapu, speaks of his passion for Moko Konohi: Maori Male Facial Moko..Read more

Tommorow People - Again & Again
The latest single from Tomorrow People - Again & Again.Read more

Ngata Memorial College 2008 - Lets Go Back
He waiata ataahua na enei kotiro o Ngati Porou....Read more

Katchafire - Love Letter
Katchafire's video for their hit track "Love Letter".Read more

Tomorrow People - Daydreamer
Here is the waiata 'Daydreamer' from the Winners of the....Read more

J Williams - Rule The World ft Dane Ruble & K.One
J Williams recreates the classic song Rule the World, featuring Dane Ruble & K.One...
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Harry Burkhardt,Northland Social Wellbeing Governance Group
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Maori Volcanics Billy Peters tribute to Chuck Berry.
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Will beating children at school fix the Far North?
MARTYN 'BOMBER' BRADBURY OPINION: The chair of the National Party's Kaikohe branch, Alan Price, has responded to a surge in youth crime and public disorder by suggesting that corporal punishment needs to be brought back into schools in the Far North.
Recognising a River as a Person at a time we are selling water to foreign interests
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Raising superannuation age is unfair for all Kiwi’s
WILLIE JACKSON: Lot of talk this week that we need to raise the age of retirement to 67.
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