Thursday October 27, 2016   Last updated 23:48PM

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10:00pm - 11:59pm


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.
Phone:            09 275 9070
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In Huri we trust
WILLIE JACKSON: I couldn’t believe it when it was revealed that the police would be charging Inspector Huri Dennis with kidnapping.
The time Helen Kelly stood up for 5000 hungry Maori children
Martyn Bomber Bradbury: With the passing of Helen Kelly, working Pakeha and Maori have lost one of their greatest champions
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