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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
TRP 13/05/2016 - Pastor Norm McLeod Part 127 May 2016 11:36
Norm McLeod from Ngā Puhi, has been the senior Pastor of The House of Breakthrough in Gisborne for the last 25 years. However, before becoming a Christian, his life in the South Island involved gangs and crime.
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 Whare Wananga o Awanuiarangi Semester two programmes
Matariki Festival 2016
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Te Ururoa Flavell Minister Maori
Our regular weekly catchup with Minister of Maori Development Te Ururoa Flavell on current issues and affairs pertaining to Maori
Dr Maraea Hunia Victoria University
Whanau, community, culture, and child—these are the keys to revitalising te reo Maori suggests research from Victoria University of Wellington
Hone Haunui Rapana Tribal Connection Project Advisor
Online Marae Profiles – A Waikato-Tainui Education Team Project
Terry Fergusson Spokesperson for the Mistreatment of ashes at Waikumete
A calling for Auckland Council to re-address their mistreatment of the ashes of 1800 New Zealanders at Waikumete Cemetery has united five families previously unknown to each other in under forty-eight hours.
Karis Vessey Organiser for March for Moko Hikoi
Karis joins us to talk about the March that took place yesterday in the city of Auckland in memory and to also raise awareness against family violence after the death of yet another one of our babies - Moko Rangitoheriri
Pita Tipene Deputy Chair of Te Kahui Mangai
Te Tai Tokerau Regional Economic Development Hui in Kerikeri this week
Korero Mai Ki Ahau 21/05/2016 - Keri Opai, Part One
Taranaki scholar and teacher Keri Opai has captured the wisdom and dialect unique to his a rohe in new book of sayings of the ancestors. In Korero Mai ki Ahau this week, he shares with Eruera Morgan what we can learn from whakatauki, and his vision of how te reo rangatira can be revitalised and normalised for today's learners.
Korero Mai Ki Ahau 22/05/2016 - Keri Opai, Part 2
Taranaki scholar and teacher Keri Opai has captured the wisdom and dialect unique to his a rohe in new book of sayings of the ancestors. In Korero Mai ki Ahau this week, he shares with Eruera Morgan what we can learn from whakatauki, and his vision of how te reo rangatira can be revitalised and normalised for today's learners.
Fishing scandal a stink on us all
The bewildering revelations by Newshub of the massive overfishing of our precious sea food and the apparent collusion with the Ministry of Primary Industries have dumped the stench of rotten fish upon us all.
What we need to understand about the Blessie Gotingco case
MARTYN BRADBURY: The terrible trauma suffered by the family and whanau of Blessie Gotingco is heart wrenching and awful.
New Plymouth, Old Hate - how to really change the flag
MARTYN BRADBURY: The story of Andrew Judd standing down from the New Plymouth Mayoralty re-election because of the virulent hill billy bigotry thrown at him and his family for seeking Maori representation on the Local Council should make us all pause.
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