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Tumamao Harawira

1.00pm – 3.00pm
Monday to Friday
 
Te Mahuri Totara is a 100 percent te reo Maori show broadcast on Radio Waatea between the hours of 1-3 pm, every Monday through to Friday.
 
Te Mahuri Totara is a colloquial term for a rangatira or chief. Listen to host Tumamao Harawira as he guide's his listeners on a journey through te ao Maori, enhancing and highlighting the beauty of te reo Maori through the spoken work as well as waiata Maori.
 
While having an eye on the past, Te Mahuri Totara's main goal is to engage listeners and promote te reo Maori for future generations. With a particular focus on sports and local events through Auckland and nationwide, 

The show's host Tumamao Harawira is a veteran of Maori broadcasting both in radio as well as television, with over 15 years experience within the broadcasting industry.
 
CONTACT
Phone:            09 275 9070
Email:             tumamao@waatea603am.co.nz
 
Postgraduate Programmes
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Te Reo Maori exponent and former Broadcaster, Kingi Ihaka
Te Reo Maori exponent and former Broadcaster, Kingi Ihaka
Chair , Te Puea Marae Hurimoana Dennis
The chair of Te Puea Marae, Hurimoana Dennis
President Maori Womens Welfare League, Prue Kapua
President Maori Womens Welfare League, Prue Kapua
CE Te Mangai Paho, John Bishara
CE Te Mangai Paho, John Bishara
Political commentator Chris Trotter
Political commentator Chris Trotter
Te Ururoa Flavell Minita Whakawhanake Maori
Our regular weekly catchup with Maori Development Minister Te Ururoa Flavell on all the top matters and issues pertaining to Maori
Marama Davidson Green Party MP
Our regular weekly catchup with Green Party MP Marama Davidson on current issues and matters pertaining to Maori of today
Rob Ruha Maori Artist
We talk to Rob about Maori Music Month coming up in August and whats installed
Tuku a great choice.
WILLIE JACKSON: Te Tai Tokerau Labour MP Kelvin Davis is playing a clever game, he has welcomed the proposed alliance between Hone Harawira’s Mana and the Maori Party and says “It will be the Maori Party’s last move in politics”. He says this though because he knows that trouble looms.
"Measuring what matters for Whanau, Kia tina ki runga, kia tamore ki raro"
WILLIE JACKSON: The Te Pou Matakana conference held in Auckland was a huge success for those delivering and driving the Whanau Ora kaupapa.
Denial of the Maori Experience
MARTYN " BOMBER" BRADBURY On top of the many problems plaguing Maori and Pakeha interactions, one of the most oppressive is the total denial of the Maori experience.
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