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Noeline Taurua Daughter to Ngapuhi Chief Kingi Taurua|
It is with great sadness that Dale speaks to Noeline Taurua about her Father who spent his last working days here at Radio Waatea, who passed away last night.
Tanemahuta Grey Takirua Productions Choreographer|
Tanemahuta Gray has worked in performing arts for over 20 years, both on stage and off. A trained ballet dancer, Tanemahuta is the artistic director and co-producer behind stage productions Maui - One Man Against The Gods, Arohanui - The Greatest Love and Tiki Taane Mahuta. He’s also worked extensively on WOW - World of WearableArt Awards and produced eighteen other major events, productions and festivals nationwide. In 2015, Tanemahuta was appointed as the Kahukura of Taki Rua Productions – the longest serving Maori theatre production company in Aotearoa.
Tamoe Ngata Tauranga Author and Illustrator|
The story of Mauao – Tauranga’s pre-eminent landmark, also known as Mt Maunganui – has been retold in a book written for children in both English and Te Reo.
Gary Thompson Chair Ngati Paoa|
Breakfast Host: Dale Husband
Rhonda Kite Kiwa Digital|
Dale speaks to Rhonda Kite about what Kiwa Digital have been doing in recent months around empowering rangatahi and Maori communities with building APPS.
Haydn Solomon Ngati Paoa Kaiarahi|
“Ngati Paoa support Supreme Court fight for Mana Whenua Rights” Ngati Paoa, the largest Iwi in the Marutuahu Collective, strongly supports Ngati Whatua Orakei’s legal challenge currently being heard in the Supreme Court. This is despite Ngati Paoa being named as a respondent in the Supreme Court case alongside the Crown and Marutuahu.
Megan Tunks CEO Toi Tangata|
Toi Tangata responds to McDonalds’ te reo Maori menu by challenging healthy food outlets to follow the lead of Ngati Kahungunu
2 Boyd Broughton | Auahi Kore ki Whare Paremata|
I korero a Tumamao ki a Boyd Broughton e pa ana ki te kaupapa auahi kore i takea ki roto i te Whare Miere i tenei ra.
Where's the money for Maori, Jacinda?|
John Tamihere: The Government has a major problem on its hands in light of the settings announced in the Budget because Māori ssues are both manifest and intergenerational.
Saving Bob's bunker|
John Tamihere: We need to thank Westie councillors Penny Hulse and Linda Cooper for saving Sir Bob's Bunker from the chopping block.
Auckland Council is trying to sell off Henderson|
John Tamihere: The great Auckland Council has finally realised Henderson actually exists. How do we know this? Because they are trying to sell it.