Tuesday August 04, 2015   Last updated 23:42PM

On Air Now | Radio Waatea

11:00pm - 11:59pm
Te Whanganui-ā-Tara ka whakaritea pea hai tāone nui rawa

Share to Email
Share to RSS
Share to Print

Kua roa ā Fran Wilde me te Kaunihera-ā-rohe whānui ō Te Whanganui-ā- Tara, arā e whakahau ana kia whakatūhia he poari kōtahi hai rangatira mō ngā Kaunihera-ō-Kapiti, Porirua, Pōneke, Te Awakairangi, Whakatiki me Wairarapa, anō nei he tāone nui te miharo.

I tikina atu ko te whakakotahitanga ō Tāmaki ki raro i te karangatanga tāone nunui miharo hai tauira.

Nā, i tēnei wā, ko Wilde me tāna kaunihera taua poari.

I tēra wiki i whakahipahia te pānui tuatoru ō ngā whakareretanga ō te ture mana ā rohe, rua mano mā rua.

Kia whakaaehia e te Kāwana Tianara, ka turehia.

I raro i te ture nei, ka noho he poari matua hai rangatira mo ngā poari ō raro.

Ko waua poari ō raro ko ngā kaunihera me ngā poari hāpori, kai te whakaae te Kaunihera-ō-Pōneke me Porirua, kai te māharahara tonu ā Kapiti, kai te whakataruna ā Te Awakairangi, Whakatiki me Wairarapa.


Post comment:

Will not be published

Maximum of 1750 characters (about 300 words)
In order to assist us in reducing spam, please type the characters you see:
spam control image
I have read and accepted the terms and conditions

These comments are moderated. Your comment, if approved, may not appear immediately. Please direct any queries about comment moderation to webmaster@waatea603am.co.nz
WEBAD - ETangata300x132Enroll Now Semester 2 - Watea 300x132px-01Mataora2205-1
Auckland mayor Len Brown
Weekly catch up with Auckland mayor Len Brown about events and kaupapa within theTamaki Makaurau isthmus
Horiana Jones | Infant sleep
Research will explore infant sleep practices in New Zealand, with a specific focus on Māori child rearing practices. There is limited literature that explores present-day infant sleep practices with Māori. The main objectives of this research is to explore the existing literature surrounding traditional Māori perspectives of infant sleep, as well as the dominant western perspectives of infant sleep.
Education Minister Hekia Parata
A regular catch up with Education Minister Hekia Parata
Winston Peters | Tiwai Point smelter
New Zealand First believes a management/worker takeover of the Bluff aluminium smelter at Tiwai is the only sensible and long term solution.
Manurewa MP Louisa Wall
The MP for Manurewa Louisa Wall with her weekly politcal catch up with Dale Husband
Reina Harris | Report from The Salvation Army Social Policy and Parliamentary Unit.
For 19 people in West Auckland hard times have led to them sleeping on the streets of Waitakere. A glimpse into the experience of 19 of these rough sleepers has been captured in the latest report from The Salvation Army Social Policy and Parliamentary Unit. These stories demonstrate the impact of the current very challenging Auckland housing market, which has left the 19 individuals who participated in the report with no other option than to sleep rough in bus shelters, vehicles, under buildings or bridges or in a tent. The social housing and support needed by these individuals is not currently available in sufficient quantity.This report concludes the Government must recognise that shelter is a basic human right and accept a statutory obligation to ensure adequate housing is provided for all New Zealanders.
Haami Piripi | Ture whenua water allocation hui te Oneroa A Tohe and working with migrants
Te Rarawa iwi chair leader Haami Piripi talks about the recent Ture Whenua and Water allocation hui. He also talks about management of Te Oneroa a Tohe and working with migrants may be a good thing for the north
Sina Brown Davis | Challenging the status quo for social justice
Sina Brown Davis was present at the Mt Eden pirson protest in the weekend. She uses politics and activism as a way to givepeople incarcerated a voice.
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 Finnians 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.
p waateap listenp podcastp rssp facebookp twittercontactus




To receive regular updates from Waatea News.