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Irirangi Waatea Kaiwhakahaere Bernie O'Donnell, Te Ati Awa
Leon Blake Te Panekiretanga Tutor
Te Panekiretanga have put out a new music CD with songs written by Timoti Karetu, Wharehuia Milroy and a mix of present and past Panekiretanga students.
Bennett Pomana Musician
A new piece of marae theatre following three men and their journey through depression, anxiety and suicide begins a two-week tour of Northland this weekend.
Nga Korero Pirihimana 13/12/2017
Breakfast Host: Dale Husband
Marama Fox Former Maori Party MP
Breakfast Host: Dale Husband
Te Ururoa Flavell Former Maori Party MP
Breakfast Host: Dale Husband
Deputy Prime Minister Winston Peters
Breakfast Host: Dale Husband
Maria Baker CE Te Rau Matatini
The annual report for 2017 by the Office of the Director of Mental Health Services highlights real concerns regarding the increasing rates of restrictive practice (seclusion, restraint and the Mental Health Act) being used upon Maori by mental health services.
Tina Cross Musician
Singer-songwriter Tina Cross has teamed up with New Zealand's leading domestic violence charity 'Shine', to release her powerful song "Another Little One".
And the Tamihere goes to ...
John Tamihere: It’s that time of the year where people are being chosen as New Zealander of the year ...
Māori Politics 2017 - wins and losses
MARTYN 'BOMBER' BRADBURY: 2017 was an explosive year for Māori politics and the election reshaped the political landscape in a dramatic fashion wiping out Māori Party and MANA Party aspirations while leaving the Labour Party with an enormous obligation to Māori voters.
Benefits of being employed
John Tamihere: When Regional Economic Development Minister Shane Jones placed his proposition on the table to get people to earn their dole money, there was an eerie silence, then the expected outcry. Why?
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