Emma Walker – Business Support Manager & Teina Tipene – Contact Centre Team Leader, join Pou on the Kurakura Pounamu Show ‘Know your kaimahi’.
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.
Piki and Hine went down to celebrate Te Wiki o Te Reo Maori at Linwood Collage Today! http://www.linwoodcollege.school.nz/
Te Wero 2017 is a series of debates featuring the candidates looking to represent te iwi Māori in the seven electoral seats of Te Tai Tokerau, Tāmaki Makaurau, Hauraki-Waikato, Waiariki, Te Tai Hauāuru, Ikaroa-Rāwhiti and Te Tai Tonga. Rino Tirikatene – Labour Party Metiria Tūrei – Green Party Mei Reedy-Taare – Māori Party
New Zealand’s first lady of jazz and soul, Hollie Smith, is celebrating the 10th anniversary of her iconic debut album Long Player with a nationwide tour. Long Player firmly established Smith’s solo career and earned her a reputation as one of New Zealand’s most recognisable voices. It also earned her ‘Best Female Solo Artist’, ’Breakthrough […]
Te Kura Kaupapa Māori o Te Whānau Tahi are proud to present Taiohi Toa – Music Evening Come and join Te Whānau Tahi as we entertain with staff, students and special guests performing waiata for your musical delight. When: September 8th, 7pm Where: Halo Venue, 66B Wharenui Rd, Riccarton How much: $15 per ticket We […]
Kia Ora whanau ma, This Event is a ticketed event – You must have a ticket to enter! TahuFM Presents Maimoa Music! Performing for one night only in Otautahi to celebrate Te Wiki o Te Reo Maori!! It will be a night of good wairua and fun. WHEN: Saturday 16th September TIME: 4-8pm WHERE: Haeata Community Campus, 240 […]
Piki and Jase went to MC the Flava Festival in Timaru.
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 […]