Tuesday December 01, 2015   Last updated 00:33AM

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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.

Email: terongopai@waatea603am.co.nz
Twitter: @ManiaClarke
Te Rongopai 29/11/2015 - Isabella Phillips Part 229 Nov 2015 07:30
I continue my korero with Isabella Phillips no Te Arawa, who shares how her faith and life was affected, following the sudden passing of her husband
Te Rongopai 22/11/2015 - Isabella Phillips Part 120 Nov 2015 11:21
Isabella Phillips is a ruruhi from Te Arawa. In Part 1 of our korero she shares how she came to faith over 50 years, and the transformation it’s made for her and her whanau.
Te Rongopai 15/11/2015 - Issac Te Kai13 Nov 2015 15:18
Rangatahi Isaac Te Kai (Ngai Tuhoe, Waikato, Ngati Porou) shares about his faith and time spent at working for a few months at Camp Living Wonders offers a safe, for high-functioning Jewish children, with developmental disabilities, regardless of affiliation or background.
Te Rongopai 01/11/2015 - Manuel Beazley30 Oct 2015 09:36
The Parish Pastoral Assistant for Saint John The Evangelist Catholic Church, in Otara, speaks to Mania Clarke about their drive to encourage more Maori parishners in South Auckland to return to mass. He also exposits on the orgins of the Catholic Church.
Te Rongopai 25/10/2015 - Pastor John Hemopo23 Oct 2015 10:57
The Maori Evangelical Fellowship is celebrating their 50th Jubilee Anniversary this Labour Weekend, and Mania Clarke speaks with organiser Pastor John Hemopo about their celebrations.
Te Rongopai 11/10/2015 - Linda Leremia09 Oct 2015 09:57
Linda Leremia (Ngaati Raukawa, Ngaati Maniapoto) shares about her upbringing of faith on her marae of Te Tikanga a Te Atua ki te Tangata in Ngaatira, and by her tuupuna from Taumarunui, through to her faith today.
Te Rrongopai 04/10/2015 - KateTarei01 Oct 2015 13:00
Kate Tarei from Ngaati Raukawa and Ngaati Porou has just returned from a 2 week missionary trip in Vanuatu with the Elim Christian Leadership College, and shares about her story of faith to where she is today.
Te Rongopai 27/09/2015 - Raniera Pene24 Sep 2015 16:24
Mania speaks to Raniera Pene, Kaitiaki Whakamoemiti of the haahi Ratana. As a rangatahi, he shares about the legacy of his faith, and his own faith and mantle of service to the church today.
Te Rongopai 20/09/2015 - Brad Haami18 Sep 2015 14:12
Mania speaks to Brad Haami on this weeks Te Rongopai show.
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28112015 - Tiki Raumati - Te Ra O Te Rangi Hiroa
This weekend Taranaki holds its annual celebration one of its greatest leaders, the doctor and anthropologist Te Rangi Hiroa. also known as Sir Peter Buck. There’s a health theme this year, including korero on the changing face of nursing and advice on growing healthy food and rongoa or medicinal plants. In fact the cooks at Urenui Marae have been set the challenge of preparing and serving the haakari with minimal processed food.  In Korero Mai ki Ahau on Sunday, Anglican Archdeacon Tiki Raumati discusses his cousin Te Rangi Hiroa and why his words and deeds continue to resonate with the iwi.
29112015 - Nuki Aldridge - Whakaputanga o te Tino Rangatiratanga
It's just two sheets of cream laid paper, but in Tai Tokerau He Whakaputanga o te Rangatiratanga o Nu Tireni has always been regarded as a significant taonga. Now the Declaration of Independence of the United Tribes of New Zealand has been added to Unesco’s New Zealand documentary heritage register, part of a global initiative to draws attention to the significance of documentary heritage and the institutions that are its custodians. In Korero Mai ki Ahau on Saturday, Ngapuhi kaumatua Nuki Aldridge, a descendant of some of the 52 rangatira who signed the document 180 years ago, talks about its ongoing importance and what it tells us of the conditions that led up to the signing of the treaty of Waitangi five years later.
1 Rahui Papa | Te pire whakahaere rauemi me te wai
The fresh water iwi group are pleased with the recent updates to the Resource management act.
2 Marama Fox | Te panuitanga tuatahi o te pire whakahaere rauemi
The Maori Party announce they will support the first reading of the RMA with conditions and Marama touches on the closing of Turakina Maori Girls School
3 Rangi Mclean | E kaha kitea nei a tatou tamariki Maori ki te mahi pinono
Recently, more young kids have been seen begging and the majority are Maori. Rangi elaborates on the issue.
4 Peter Lucas Jones | Nga take huhua o Te Taitokerau
Peter reports on events happening in the north. From the regional Tai Tokerau roundup, the Te Rarawa Symposium and the Ngati Kahu ki Whangaroa settlement coming up.
5 Paora Te Hurihanganui and Mark Smith | He whare hauora me Turakina
A health clinic opens in Rotorua and Mark speaks about his dissapointed whanau with their daughter being a student of Turakina
6 Nanaia Mahuta | He painga enei korero o te RMA mo tatou te Maori?
Nanaia has some concerns about Maori having an input to the RMA
What happens in Paris impacts us.
MARTYN BRADBURY: The Climate Change conference in Paris this week impacts us in the most direct and serious ways. This has to be the conference where empty promises end and real solutions and investment into combating climate change universally undertaken.
Labour reshuffle
WILLIE JACKSON;The reshuffle this week of Labour’s front bench by leader Andrew Little will be the making or breaking of the party and a guide of just how successful they will be at the next general election.
Jonah and Tikanga
WILLIE JACKSON;There’s probably not much more I can add regarding the tragic death of the first and probably only global rugby superstar Jonah Lomu.
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