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07.00am - 10.00am Te Wahanga Parakuihi
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18.30pm - 19.00pm Waatea Māori Music Mix
19.00pm - 19.30pm Manako (Current Affairs)
19.30pm - 20.00pm Manako (Current Affairs)
20.00pm - 23.00pm Waatea Māori Music Mix
23.00pm - 23.59pm Waatea Māori Music Mix
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Hauraki Tainui MP Nanaia Mahuta
A weekly catch up with the MP for Hauraki Tainui electorate
The chair of Te Taura Whiri i te reo Maori Dr Wayne Ngata
Te Taura Whiri has a new CEO -Ngahiwi Apanui, review of te wiki o te reo Maori
Taitokerau MP Kelvin Davis
The MP for Te Taitokerau Kelvin Davis with his weekly catch up with Dale Husband
Minister of Maori Development Te Ururoa Flavell
Te Ururoa Flavell the Minister for Maori Development with his weekly political catch up with Dale Husband
1 Pita Paraone | Aotearoa Tuatahi hui
NZ First held their hui a tau in the weekend
3 Tame Te Rangi | Hato Petera
Ongoing problems at Hato Petera School
4 Timoti Karetu | Pehea te oranga o te reo Maori
Professor Timoti Karetu talks about the state of te reo Maori
5 Marama Fox | Te Reo Maori
Prime Minister John Keys to have have a month of Te Reo Maori would be boring after questioned by a young girl that instead of having Te Wiki o Te Reo Maori
SERCO Prison debate
WILLIE JACKSON:The SERCO Prison debate has landed Corrections Minister Sam Lotu-Iiga right smack into the political punching ring.
What would the TPPA mean to Maori?
MARTYN BRADBURY: The spectre of foreign corporations being able to manipulate domestic law making abilities by the NZ Parliament has not been put to rest by last weeks latest failure to sign it.
More Finnianís please.
WILLIE JACKSON: It was fabulous to hear a pakeha kid talking about how important it is to pronounce Maori in the last few days particularly given the fact that this is Maori language week.
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