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Te Hononga | Hosted by Claudette Hauiti

Te Hononga is a half hour weekly programme hosted by Claudette Hauiti and investigates the relationship between Mana Whenua, Mātāwaka Māori and the Auckland Council. Links below connect you to each session

Tukuna ō whakaaro hei whakaahua i a Tāmaki Makaurau

Auckland Council - Have Your Say  


 

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Te Hononga | Wahanga 8 - 22/03/2018

Hosted by Claudette Hauiti

Te Hononga Prog8: Thursday March 22 2018 10am-1030am

In this programme Claudette Hauiti talks with Natasha Kemp from Te Ora o Manukau and Te Kaha o te Rangatahi. Also on this programme Tuakana Pupuke 17 year old Fashionista and Business Entrepreneur from Lush Plush and Zoey Weneera-Brown Fashion Accessorizer and Pēpī Wear Designer both from Manukau. They're both recipients of this year's Pitch Local Manukau for Rangatanhi Entrepeneurs.

CLICK HERE FOR THE FULL INTERVIEW 

If you wish to have a say in the Auckland Plan 2050 or the 10Yr Budget Plan then click the following link or call Auckland Council (09) 3010101.

Auckland Council - Have Your Say 


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Te Hononga | Wahanga 7 - 15/03/2018

Hosted by Claudette Hauiti

Te Hononga Prog7: Thursday March 15 2018 10am-1030am

In this programme Claudette Hauiti talks with Henderson-Massey Local Board Member Will Flavell no Ngā Puhi about issues affecting Whānau in the Waitākere-Waitematā rohe including Kauri Dieback. 

CLICK HERE FOR THE FULL INTERVIEW 

If you wish to have a say in the Auckland Plan 2050 or the 10Yr Budget Plan then click the following link or call Auckland Council (09) 3010101.

Auckland Council - Have Your Say 

 

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Te Hononga | Wahanga 6 - 08/03/2018

Hosted by Claudette Hauiti

Te Hononga Prog6: Thursday March 08 2018 10am-1030am

In this programme Claudette Hauiti talks with Kereama Nathan CEO Te Herenga Waka o Orewa. Te Herenga Waka o Orewa works closely with whānau in the Hibiscus Coastal area. THWoO, is there as poutokomana of iwi katoa. You can contact with Matua Kereama and THWoO click HERE

CLICK HERE FOR THE FULL INTERVIEW

If you wish to have a say in the Auckland Plan 2050 or the 10Yr Budget Plan then click the following link or call Auckland Council (09) 3010101.

Auckland Council - Have Your Say


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Te Hononga | Wahanga 5 - 01/03/2018

Hosted by Claudette Hauiti
 

Te Hononga Prog5: Thursday March 01 2018 10am-1030am

In this programme Claudette Hauiti talks with Natasha Kemp from Te Ora o Manukau , a kaupapa Maori organisation committment to whanau, working to strategically influence the opportunities building into the future whanau by whanau, street by street, neighbourhood by neighbourhood.You can make contact with Natasha Kemp and Te Ora o Manukau HERE

CLICK HERE FOR THE FULL INTERVIEW 

If you wish to have a say in the Auckland Plan 2050 or the 10Yr Budget Plan then click the following link or call Auckland Council (09) 3010101.

Auckland Council - Have Your Say 


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Te Hononga | Wahanga 4 - 15/02/2018

Hosted by Claudette Hauiti
 

Te Hononga Prog4: Thursday Feb 15 2018 10am-1030am

In this programme Claudette Hauiti talks with Mihi Tibble from Te Ora o Manukau , a kaupapa Maori collective working to make a positive difference for Maori and all communities in South Auckland. You can make contact with Te Ora o Manukau HERE

CLICK HERE FOR THE FULL INTERVIEW 

If you wish to have a say in the Auckland Plan 2050 or the 10Yr Budget Plan then click the following link or call Auckland Council (09) 3010101.

Auckland Council - Have Your Say


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Te Hononga | Wahanga 3 - 08/02/2018

Hosted by Claudette Hauiti

Te Hononga Prog3: Thursday Feb 08 2018 10am-1030am

In this programme Dale Husband talks with Paul Majurey Chair of Tūpuna Maunga o Tāmaki Makaurau (Maunga Authority). A legislated Authority, it's part of a collective tribal Treaty of Waitangi redress with vested interests and co-governance of 14 volcanic cones and islands in the Auckland area. If you want to know more about Ngā Tūpuna Maunga o Tāmaki Makaurau click HERE 

CLICK HERE FOR THE FULL INTERVIEW  

If you wish to have a say in the Auckland Plan 2050 or the 10Yr Budget Plan then click the following link or call Auckland Council (09) 3010101.

Auckland Council - Have Your Say 


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Te Hononga | Wahanga 2 - 01/02/2018  

Hosted by Claudette Hauiti
 

Te Hononga Prog2: Thursday Feb 01 2018 10am-1030am

In this programme Claudette Hauiti talks with Papakura Marae CEO Tony Kake who works alongside mataa waka in Tāmaki. You can make contact with Tony Kake and Papakura Marae HERE

CLICK HERE FOR THE FULL INTERVIEW 

If you wish to have a say in the Auckland Plan 2050 or the 10Yr Budget Plan then click the following link or call Auckland Council (09) 3010101.

Auckland Council - Have Your Say 


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  Te Hononga | Wahanga 1 - 25/01/2018  

Hosted by Claudette Hauiti
 

Te Hononga Prog1: Thursday Jan 25 2018 10am-1030am

In this programme Claudette Hauiti talks with Co-Chair Ngā Mana Whenua o Tāmaki Makaurau, Tame Te Rangi mai Ngāti Whatua. The roopu represents the collective interests of the 19 mana whenua in Tāmaki Mākaurau. It's purpose is to ensure the Council and any other commercial interests in the City is consistent with the aspirations of mana whenua. Karen Wilson is Co-Chair along with Tame Te Rangi.

CLICK HERE FOR THE FULL INTERVIEW 

If you wish to have a say in the Auckland Plan 2050 or the 10Yr Budget Plan then click the following link or call Auckland Council (09) 3010101.

Auckland Council - Have Your Say 


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Janelle Dynus Kaiwhakahaere for Maori Public Health Hapai Te Hauora
Raised in Te whakatohea, Janell grounds herself in her understanding of Te Ao Maori. Janell graduated from The University of Auckland with a Bachelor of Health Science, and is currently working towards a Bachelor of Laws. She began her Public Health career with Hapai te Hauora- within research, evaluation and gambling harm minimisation kaupapa. After a stint with Te Runanga o Ngati whatua as Maori Public Health co-ordinator and coordinating the Rangatahi strategy, Janell has returned to Hapai as the Kaiwhakahaere for Maori Public Health.
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