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Settlement Week Discussion Panel

LIVE STREAMING – SETTLEMENT WEEK DISCUSSION PANEL ‘THURSDAY 28TH SEPTEMBER, 12.30PM – 2.00PM This year marks the 20th anniversary of the signing of The Deed of Settlement at Takahanga Marae in Kaikōura – a significant moment in the 150-year journey of the iwi to settle our grievances with the Crown. 20 years on, we’re taking […]

Tahu Talks – Judge Andrew Becroft

Livestream – Thursday 21 September 2017 at 9.30am Judge Andrew Becroft was appointed the Children’s Commissioner for New Zealand for a two year period from June 2016. Prior to that he was the Principal Youth Court Judge of New Zealand from 2001 to 2016; and was appointed a District Court Judge in 1996. After graduating […]

Paemanu Ngaī Tahu Interviews

Jas interviewed artists from Paemanu Ngāi Tahu Contemporary visual arts trust, for a new exhibition at COCA. Paemanui:  Nohoaka Toi, Ngai Tahu Artists in residence, 8 September – 26 November 2017, at Toi Moroki Centre of Contemporary Arts Christchurch, 66 Gloucester Street.    

Te Wero 2017 – The Battle for TE TAITOKERAU

The Battle for TE TAITOKERAU The battle for Te Taitokerau has got more interesting with incumbent Kelvin Davis becoming Labour’s deputy leader. That means he’s back on the party list at number two, which means he won’t be out of a job if Mana’s Hone Harawira takes the seat. But will voters be swayed by […]

Tahu FM Presents ‘TAHU TAXI’

Mauri ora! Tahu FM are bringing you some of Aotearoa’s most talented and extroadinary people,  artists, kaiwaiata, politicians and everyday people who share a lift with us and share their aroha for all things Māori and of course the Tahu team bring that unique Te Waipounamu flava. WE HAVE A NEW EPISODE EACH WEEK. EPISODE 10 TAHU […]

Big Breakfast Interview with Dr Kiana Frank

Kiana Frank – from Hawaii on the Big Breakfast Show: Native Hawaiian Fishponds      For hundreds of years, Native Hawaiians had the means to sustainably support the sustenance of their people through productive aquaculture in fishponds (loko iʻa). Built at the interface of where mountain streams enter the ocean, these shallow ponds constituted a […]