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Project hopes to provide clean water access for Pacific neighbours
New Zealanders are being challenged to go a whole day without turning on their taps at home and at work, in a new project hoping to provide easy access to clean water for Papua New Guinea and Vanuatu.
Plea giving Samoa rugby a boot
A young woman is using social media to make a plea for new and old rugby boots for kids in Samoa. Taylah Hodson-Tomokino says she was shocked to hear that many of them were injuring their feet because they couldn't afford to buy them.
Māori Chancellor keen to expand Māori economy
The first ever Māori Chancellor of Te Kunenga ki Pūrehuroa is keen to expand the potential in the Māori economy. Michael Ahie (Taranaki, Ngā Ruahine, Ngāti Ruanui) believes the university, with its expertise in the agri-food and business sectors, is well placed to empower Māori through education.
Te Matatini 2017- Prizegiving Results
Full results Te Kahu o Te Amorangi - Te Matatini 2017.
Exponents of haka world pay homage to Makariini Temara
Exponents of the haka world are paying homage to one of their most respected leaders, Te Makarini Temara, who passed away in Whakatāne overnight at the age of 58. They say that the man who was the driving force behind the kapa haka of Ruatāhuna Kākahu Mauku, a respected elder of the Ngāti Kuri and Tamakaimoana people and a prominent figure at Te Whare Wānanga o Awanuiārangi is a huge loss.
He Amorangi- Pou Temara
While Pou Temara won't be sitting on the judging panel at the upcoming Te Matatini festival, he is still highly regarded for his expertise in the Manukura Tāne or male leader section. He gives us his accounts of what makes a great male leader on stage.
Preserving stories through gaming
An Auckland Museum initiative aims to create job opportunities for youth through creative arts. The Urban Programme draws on music, fine arts and game development to inspire career pathways for students.
Owen Pomana is a Preacher on a mission
This Christmas day on Te Kāea we feature an unorthodox preacher who travels the world, including the Middle East, to help the needy and vulnerable. As part of Te Kāea's Summer Series 'He Momo' Owen Pomana from Ngāti Kahungungu explains why he is willing to risk his safety to help others. Tune in for the full story Christmas day on Te Kaea at 5:30 pm.
Ngā Uri o Tuteauru aims to revive reo through Haka Wars
The Haka Wars is a competition with an aim to preserve and revive the language and customs of Ngā Uri o Tuteauru. Their six marae are using kapa haka and speech competitions as a way to embrace the Māori world.