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Mania Clarke

9.00am – 9.30am
Te Rongopai is a weekly half-hour bilingual show that discusses the message of Te Rongopai translated as The Good News or Gospel Message.
Te Rongopai is hosted every Sunday morning by radio broadcaster & news journalist Mania Clarke (Waikato/Hauraki), who talks to a wide range of Māori  about how Te Rongopai has affected the faith of Māori  historically, the faith of Māori  today and its impact on Māori  in the future.

Twitter: @ManiaClarke
Te Rongopai 20/04/2016 - Leighton Packer20 Apr 2016 11:18
Leighton Packer of Ngāti Ngāariki/Ngāti Rereahu and her husband lead a Community Church group in Gisborne. She shares about her journey of faith and the suicide awareness ministry this week (Tuesday 26 April).
Te Rongopai 14/04/2016 - Merekaraka Te Whitu14 Apr 2016 12:48
Kaikarakia (Layreader) of the Anglican Church, Merekaraka Te Whitu nō Ngāti Porou returns to talk about the work she is doing amongst her community at Waiapū Valley, including hosting an African gospel group at St Mary's Church in Tikitiki.
Te Rongopai 08/04/2016 - Tony Brooking08 Apr 2016 13:39
Tony Brooking returns to the show to talk about his new appointment as the Anglican Priest at Holy Sepulchre Church in Auckland. He shares about his new role and hopes for ministry.
Te Rongopai 01/04/2016 - Brad Haami04 Apr 2016 10:12
Brad Haami nō Ngāti Awa returns to Te Rongopai Show to talk about the Easter Release the Sound Conference held in Northland's Kaeo, where Native American, Lisa McFarland of Warring Dove Ministries in the U.S. was the main guest speaker.
Te Rongopai 18/03/2016 - Pastor Helen Herbert18 Mar 2016 14:03
Pastor Helen Herbert (Te Arawa, Ngaati Awa) of New Beginnings Community Church in Whangaroa, Kaeo, returns to Te Rongopai Show, to share about their upcoming Easter weekend conference, called Release the Sound.
Te Rongopai 11/03/2016 - Lorraine Taonganga11 Mar 2016 09:30
Lorraine Taonganga is of Ngāti Whātua ki Kaipara/Ngāti Hāmoa. She is a student at Laidlaw College studying her Masters in Theolgy. She shares about her journey to faith and the Masters thesis she is doing, on Intergrated Identities - Māori and Christian.
Te Rongopai 04/03/2016 - Huritau Muru04 Mar 2016 14:06
Huritau Muru from Huntly's Waahi Paa returns to the Show to talk about her miraculous recovery from a recent car accident, where she sustained life-threatening injuries.
Te Rongopai - 28/02/2016 - Pane Kawhia25 Feb 2016 09:54
Ruatoria based Anglican Minister Pane Kawhia returns to the show to talk about the inaugural Step Up Gospel Event held this month in Ruatoria, on the Waitangi Public Holiday.
Te Rongopai - 21/02/2016 Lisa McFarland Part 218 Feb 2016 12:54
I continue my interview with Lisa McFarland, of the Native American Blackfoot tribe and German/Jewish/French descent. She visited Aotearoa recently and talks about the events that lead to her coming here.
Te Rongopai 14/02/2016 Lisa McFarland Part 112 Feb 2016 10:48
Part 1 - Lisa McFarland is of the Native American Blackfoot tribe and German/Jewish/French descent. She heads the Warring Dove International Ministry, working with indigenous people around the world. She visited Aotearoa recently and shares about her story of faith.
Te Rongopai 07/02/2016 - Hana Seddon05 Feb 2016 12:42
Hana Seddon noo Ngaa Puhi/Te Rarawa, Ngaati Pukenga/Ngai Te Rangi is the Secretary for Māori Ministry, Northern Division of the Salvation Army. She shares about her journey of faith, and her work amongst our Maaori people who are in need.
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Mike Smith Climate Change Advocate
We catchup with Mike about the latest on the forefront with climate change and te taiao
Tiaria Fletcher Manager of Wades Trust
One of four Maori standing for the Waitakere local elections coming up
Peeni Henare Labour Party MP
Our regular weekly catchup with Labour MP Peeni Henare on current issues and events of today
Willie Te Aho Maori Consultant
Our regular weekly catchup with Willie Te Aho on whats hot and whats not in his rohe of turanganui-a-kiwa
Korero Mai Ki Ahau 01/05/2016 - Wharehoka Wano
Maori provilege is an accusation that seems to be thrown up whenever mana whenua ask for a say in decisions that affect them. Taranaki’s Wharehoka Wano has seen it close up with the rancorous debate over how Maori should be represented on the New Plymouth District Council. He discusses with Eruera Morgan his hard-hitting column in the local newspaper questioning whether Treaty of Waitangi workshops and cultural responsiveness programmes really hitting the mark, and what it will take for wider society to really seeing Maori as tangata whenua, as mana whenua.
Korero Mai Ki Ahau 30/04/2016 - Willie Te Aho
Between now and September, claimants will be preparing to put their case to the Waitangi on how they see their ownership of particular bodies of water and geothermal sites and how that ownership should be recognised and managed. Parallel with that, the government will be talking with the Freshwater Iwi Leaders Group on what might be an acceptable method of allocating water rights. In Korero Mai ki Ahau this week, Eruera Morgan talks with an advisor to the group, Willie Te Aho, about progress so far and what is at stake.
1 Mark Smith | Kaore he wahi mo te Maori ki roto i te purongo o Ngapuhi
Urban Maori miss out in Ngapuhi Mandate Report. Mark Smith tells us more
6 Hemana Waaka | Riiki
We get Hemana's thoughts on the NRL Warriors
Here's my response to your opinion piece on Ture Whenua.
CLAUDETTE HAUITI: Why amend? It’s pretty simple really: there are over 27,000 blocks of Māori land under Te Ture Whenua Māori Act 1993 Act, that’s 1.4 million hectares or about five percent of the total land in Aotearoa. Owners, are shackled by antiquated policy preventing them from developing their lands hence the amendment to the act.
All Blacks on top again
WILLIE JACKSON: The All Blacks took another step in advancing rugby as a global game when they won the best team award at the Laureus awards last week. These awards are the Academy awards of world sport and our team beat some of the greatest sports outfits in the world.
Housing Summit - a conference of despair and desperation
MARTYN ' BOMBER' BRADBURY: The horror, pain, desperation, hurt, despair and social damage being perpetrated by this Government in state housing was stripped bare at the Housing Summit in Auckland today.
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