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Te Whare Wananga o Awanuiarangi Semester two programmes
Matariki Festival 2016
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Moana Maniapoto Maori Musician
As things come to an end for NZ Music Month we wrap up with Maori Musician Moana Maniapoto to talk about her musical career, what she is currently working on and what's installed for her in the future
Anahera Higgins Te Kaihautu Maori at Auckland Council
We get a closer look into what to look forward to and what's being planned for Matariki this year around the Auckland region
Willie Jackson CEO of Muma
Te Ururoa Flavell has welcomed the selection of the first member of Te Mātāwai, Willie Jackson. The new organisation being set up to lead te reo Māori revitalisation on behalf of iwi and Māori.
Kelvin Davis Labour MP
Our regular weekly catchup with Labour MP Kelvin Davis on current issues and matters pertaining to Maori
Scotty Morrison Te Reo Expert/Maori Broadcaster
We talk with Scotty about the new budget and funding being allocated to the revitalization of Te Reo Maori as well as Reo wananga that are currently setup and running
Marama Davidson Green Party MP
Our regular weekly catchup with Green Party MP Marama Davidson on current matters important to Maori
Tipene O'Brien Station Manager of Te Korimako
Te Korimako recently won the Maori section at the NZ Radio Awards for their programme - Pupuke Te Hihiri
Ngaire Rae Whangarei Child Poverty Action Group
The Child Poverty Action Group in Whangarei are not surprised at all with the latest announcement regarding the budget allocations for Maori, we get Ngaire's thoughts about this
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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