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Mania Clarke

9.00am – 9.30am
Sunday
 
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.
 

CONTACT
Email: terongopai@waatea603am.co.nz
Twitter: @ManiaClarke
 
Podcast
Te Rongopai 31/05/2015 - Lulia Leilua29 May 2015 10:42
My manuwhiri kaikoorero is Maaori broadcaster Iulia Leilua noo Ngaati Haaua/Ngaati Heke-a-Wai/Ngaati Haamoa, who shares about her catholic upbringing in Taumarunui, her journey to becoming a journalist working in mainstream and Maaori broadcasting, and her faith today.
Te Rongopai 22/05/2015 - Matekitetawhiti Chase Part 222 May 2015 12:30
Matekitetawhiti Chase returns to share how God brought her and her whaanau to Auckland, and led to her ministry amongst Maaori with mental disorders at South Auckland's Mahitahi Trust.
Te Rongopai 17/05/2015 - Part 115 May 2015 12:15
In Part 1 of my koorero with Matekitawhiti Chase noo Te Ati Awa, Ngaai Tuuhoe and Te Arawa grew up in Te Teko, she shares about her upbringing and vision at 10years old, that caused her to believe in God.
Te Rongopai 08/05/2015 - Chris Wiremu Part 208 May 2015 10:06
I continue my koorero with Chris Wiremu who talks about the new chapter of his life overseas after gang Ministry, which led to meeting his wife, but returning home to teach tikanga Maori as part of discipleship training.
Te Rongopai 03/05/2015 - Chris Wiremu01 May 2015 11:15
My manuwhiri kaikoorero is ex gang associate Chris Wiremu noo Ngaai Tuuhoe me Ngaati Ranginui, shares about his troubled upbringing, and how his miraculous conversion to faith in God.
Te Rongopai 16/04/2015 - Robynleigh Cowan16 Apr 2015 13:00
Maaori broadcaster Robynleigh Cowan noo Ngaati Awa, Tainui waka and Ngaati Kuri shares about her upbringing in the Ringatuu faith and having an encounter with Jesus Christ who spoke to her in Maaori, cementing her faith in Him forever.
Te Rongopai 12/04/2015 - Mokoro Gillet10 Apr 2015 09:42
Mokoro Gillet noo Ngaati Hauaa returns to the show to talk to about the recent national Te Aranga Huihuinga, held at Rukumoana Marae, near Morrinsvillek, during Easter weekend.
Te Rongopai 02/04/2015 - Rupena Taipu Te Ahuru02 Apr 2015 10:21
Kaumaatua Rupena Taipu Te Ahuru noo Ngaati Hikairo ki Tongariro speaks to Maania about his faith in the Lord of 60 years, as we commemorate and celebrate Te Aranga on Ressurection Sunday today.
Te Rongopai 29/03/2015 - Parehuia Heke27 Mar 2015 09:42
My mānuwhiri kaikōrero is Parehuia Heke nō Ngāti Tūwharetoa me Ngāti Raukawa shares about her upbringing within the hāhi Open Brethren, and coming into her faith and ministry amongst Māori today.
Te Rongopai 21/03/2015 - Clifford Thompson18 Mar 2015 11:21
Clifford Thompson of Ngaa Puhi/Ngaati Maniapoto/Te Arawa is the Senior Advisor for the Correction Department based in Wellington, and talks about the move of faith for him and his whānau from their church and roots In South Auckland.
Te Rongopai 08/03/2015 - Cammy Ball06 Mar 2015 12:39
My manuwhiri is Cammy Ball no Ngaa Puhi/Waikato.  She shares how her faith helped her as the deputy head girl of James Cook High, head girl of Te Waahanga Maaori o Te Putake and rep player for many sports codes.
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Traci Houpapa | FOMA changes to fill debt hole
A dispute with the New Zealand Maori Council over how to manage their joint participation in the Crown Forestry Rental Trust has so far cost more than $235,000 in legal bills.
Kelvin Davis | Men Against Sexual Violence aka MASSIVE hikoi starts today
Tai Tokerau MP Kelvin Davis is headlining a hikoi MASSIVE to highlight the problem of sexual abuse and to appeal to those who have been vicitims or perpertators to seek help. The hikoi will be walked over 17 days from West Auckland and ending at Te Rerenga Wairua
Unionist Syd Keepa | Talleys holding out on workers
Workers are facing problems with their employers.
Te Rongopai 31/05/2015 - Lulia Leilua
My manuwhiri kaikoorero is Maaori broadcaster Iulia Leilua noo Ngaati Haaua/Ngaati Heke-a-Wai/Ngaati Haamoa, who shares about her catholic upbringing in Taumarunui, her journey to becoming a journalist working in mainstream and Maaori broadcasting, and her faith today.
Willie Te Aho | Te Ture Whenua review,
Willie Te Aho talks to Dale Husband about the upcoming Te Ture Whenua review and court action over Maori land
Mark Dyer | NZers to have their say on a popular lagoon in Poneke
Mark Dyer from the NZ Geographic Board is calling on NZers to have their say on a proposal to assign a Maori name to Wellington popular inner city lagoon
Corey Rosser | NZ Maori Residents league line up against Auckland team
Maori Residents team have a game against an Auckland selection side at Puketewhero Park in Rotorua tomorrow
Kia Korero Mai - 30052015 - Haami Piripi - MASSIVE Hikoi
The MASSIVE hikoi encouraging men to tackle sexual violence its on its way to the far north. Hundreds of people including MPs from most parties joined Tai Tokerau MP Kelvin Davis to start of the march in west Auckland yesterday. One of those who will welcome the marchers when they reach the far north is Te Rarawa chair Haami Piripi. On Korero Mai ki Ahau tomorrow, he talks with Eruera Morgan about the kaupapa and why men need to make a stand against sexual violence against women and children.
Congratulations Tainui
WILLIE JACKSON OPINION: The 20th anniversary of the Tainui Settlement was a great occasion for all New Zealanders - Maori and Pakeha alike.
Maori miss out
WILLIE JACKSON: It was a good week for the red necks with the vote going against the New Plymouth Mayor who was pushing for a Maori ward as part of the council, and the naming of the high-levelled panel to review Child Youth and Family that contained not one so called Maori expert.
Locking Maori up in Prison.
MARTYN BRADBURY OPINION: The UN are concerned. They are concerned by New Zealand's appalling incarceration rates for Maori. At 15% of the population, Maori make up over 50% of the prison population. It's a situation the UN Committee of Torture describes as 'worrying'.
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