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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
 
stan walker and mania clarke Video Interview with Stan Walker

Stan Walker talks with Mānia Clarke, host of Radio Waatea's Te Rongopai Show about his faith and dealing with success.

The well-known singer and now actor was in Aotearoa earlier this month to promote his debut movie Mt Zion. Mānia Clarke caught up with Stan the day before the movies' nation-wide release.

From the Pullman Hotel, Auckland City. Cameraman - Rima Cooper.
Mānia Clarke and Stan Walker  
 
Podcast
Te Rongopai 24/11/2014 - Pastor Gordon Scott20 Nov 2014 13:48
Te Raranga Co-Leader and the Pastor of Northcity Church, Gordon Scott, talks about the recent and upcoming celebrations happening in Otautahi, to celebrate the Bicentenary of the Gospel message in Aotearoa.
Te Rongopai 16/11/2014 - Kitohi Pikaahu (iv2)14 Nov 2014 13:05
Pihopa Kitohi Pikaahu talks about the many preparations and celebrations both in Aotearoa and Australia, for this years bicentenary celebrations of the first gospel message preached on Xmas Day, in Northland's, Hohi Bay
Te Rongopai 09/11/2014 - Steve Maina (IV 2)11 Nov 2014 10:22
The National Director of the Christian Missionary Society, Steve Maina returns to talk about the African missionaries who've around the motu over the last few months, as part of this years special bicentenary celebrations of the first gospel message preached in Aotearoa.
Te Rongopai 02/11/2014 - Jade Hohaia (v2)31 Oct 2014 11:15
Director of Hohaia Innovations, Jade Hohaia no Ngaati Raukawa/Ngaa Puhi/Ngaai Tahu returns to talk about the recent Labour Weekend gathering in the Bay of Islands, to mark this year's Bicentenary Celebrations of the first gospel Message preached at Hohi Bay.
Te Rongopai 26/10/2014 - Fay Drage24 Oct 2014 15:54
My manuwhiri kaikoorero today is musician/producer and director of Maaori Gospel Music, Fay Drage no Ngaati Toa Rangatira/Raukawa ki Te Tonga.  She shares about her faith within the Open Brethren Haahi and her ministry.
Te Rongopai 19/10/2014 - Ruihana Paenga17 Oct 2014 11:22
My manuwhiri kaikoorero is Ruihana Paenga no Ngaati Porou and Ngaati Kahungungu.  She shares about a one year rangatahi campaign, to revive the history of the gospel message coming to Te Tai Rawhiti, called "Kawea Te Rongopai".
Te Rongopai 12/10/2014 - Kathleen Frewen10 Oct 2014 10:41
Te Rongopai 05/10/2014 - Mokoro Gillet Part 203 Oct 2014 12:30
Maania continues her koorero with Mokoro Gillet of Ngaati Hauaa about his tuupuna Wiremu Tamihana Tarapiipipi, who became a great advocate of justice following his conversion to faith in God, and keeping his legacy alive amongst their hapuu.
Te Rongopai 28/09/2014 - Mokoroa Gillet Part 126 Sep 2014 10:33
Hear Part 1 of my koorero with Mokoroa Gillet of Ngati Haua talk about the conversion of his tuupuna Wiremu Tamihana Tarapiipipi to faith in God, which led to the establishment of The Kingitanga.
Te Rongopai 21/09/2014 - Graeme Calrle19 Sep 2014 13:54
Mania has Graeme Carle on Te Rongopai this week.
Te Rongopai 14/09/2014 - Pastor Maggie Carrasquillo Part 215 Sep 2014 13:05
Hear Part 2 of my koorero with Pastor Maggie Carrasquillo from Houston-Texas.  She shares about two visions she saw which bought her to Aotearoa to minister to the rangatahi in Kawerau a few months ago, an
Te Rongopai 05/09/2014 - Pastor Maggie Carrasquillo Part 105 Sep 2014 14:09
Hear Part 1 of my koorero with Pastor Maggie Carrasquillo from Houston-Texas.  She's returned to Kawerau, to minister to the rangatahi who hav
Te Rongopai 31/08/2014 - Evan Silva29 Aug 2014 11:35
My manuwhiri kaikoorero is Christian Musician and Minister Evan Silva.  Bought up on "boot hill" in Orakei, he share about his early years of music and trouble, before he found faith in God, that has recently returned him to take services a
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TWP 21112014 - Professor Karina Walters
Professor Karina L. Walters Associate Dean at the University of Washington School of Social Work Dr. Walters is also the Director of the Indigenous Wellness Research Institute National Center of Excellence and she talks about what bonds Indigenous Americans with Maori
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Tina Henderson | Arahuramarae whare tupuna and wharekai opening. Tekoteko is made of solid pounamu
TWP 21112014 - Ngawai Rewha
Ngawai Rewha | Aotearoa Maori Tag Football trials on Saturday in Mangere. Team will be picked to represent Aotearoa Maori at the 2015 Word cup in Australia
TWP 21112014 - Dr Pita Sharples
Former Maori Party co leader| Dr Pita Sharples pays tribute to Te Orohi Paul | The Ventnor shipwreck and relationships between Maori and Chinese
TWP 21112014 - Rob Ruha
Rob Ruha is a singer-songwriter from Te Whanau a Apanui and Ngati Porou| Rob won the Maori Album of the Year at the 2014 VMA
TWP 21112014 - John Tamihere
CEO Te Whanau O Waipareira John Tamihere | Waipareira Trust is celebrating a boom financial year.
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Willie Te Aho | Tribute to Te Orohi Paul/ Water issues and housing
Waitangi Tribunal ruling enshrines Treaty as a living document
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Local Politics
OPINION: John Key’s comment about advising the Chilean president that there was a Kiwi in her country, who she wouldn’t want to invite for lunch, went horribly wrong although it was intended as a joke.
Key on the right track
OPINION: The war against terrorism is a no win situation for Prime Minister John Key. He’s damned if he doesn’t do enough and damned if he does too much and goes over the top.
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