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Ngā Whakataetae Manu Kōrero-a-rohe o Te Waka o Tainui

Ngā Whakataetae Manu Kōrero-a-Rohe are on tomorrow, 7 July 2017! Support the tauira by attending the event at the South Waikato Sports Events Centre in Tokoroa! If you can’t make it, no worries – MFM and the other Tainui radio stations will bring the event to your home or workplace with a live on-air broadcast and video livestream. Access the livestream by clicking the button below. Tautokongia ngā tauira e whaikōrero ana, e whakamāngai ana i tō tātou reo, i ngā whakaaro hoki ō ngā rangatahi. Hoatu ake ki Tokoroa āpōpō! Mēna kāore e tāea te tāe atu, whakarongo...

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New Shows On Air Now!

A whole set of brand new shows is here with MFM Te Reo o Te Iwi! Pehia King is a sensation to MFM who is already enjoying good feedback about her on-air and online interaction with listeners and guests. Parakuihi with Pehia is our flagship show which brings a pacey, positive vibe to the start of every weekday. She touches on relevant kōrero and news about the iwi and beyond which is punctuated with some of the best Māori, Soul R&B and Reggae Music. Catch Parakuihi with Pehia from 7-10am weekdays now! MFM Te Reo o Te Iwi also...

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Hōhonu performances and content from the Tainui Secondary School’s Kapa Haka Competitions 2017

Kia hiwa rā, kia hiwa rā! On Saturday, 6 May Te Kūiti High School hosted the Tainui Waka secondary schools kapa haka competition. Ngā Reo Irirangi o Tainui were fortunate to live-stream the event and share with those who were unable to make it. We watched ten teams compete for four spots, to represent our waka, on the national stage. We enjoyed a maturity of voices and killer performances. We watched and listened to the waiata, haka and whakaaro Māori right here in Te Nehenehenui. Visually and aurally, the standard was undoubtedly high but the depth of kupu and...

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Tainui Waka Regionals Kapa Haka 2017

Karanga rā Te Nehenehenui! Karanga rā Te Kūititanga-o-ngā-hiwi! Rūpeke mai rā e te iwi ki te Whakataetae Kapa Haka o ngā Kura Tuarua o Tainui Waka. Mā ngā Reo Irirangi o Tainui e pāho ā-mata atu i te Kura Tuarua o Te Kūiti. Te Nehenehenui welcomes you to the 2017 Tainui Secondary Kapa Haka Competition. Can’t make it to Te Kūiti, Saturday 6 May? No worries, Ngā Reo Irirangi o Tainui are proud to broadcast the event live from Te Kūiti College, right here at Details for the event are as follows – check out our haka page...

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Half-way through the Wānanga Reo!

We are at the mid-point of our wānanga reo – two done and two to go. So far, whānau are enjoying the challenge of broadening their knowledge of te reo o Maniapoto. The history, the language that is special to Maniapoto, the waiata and the people make up the experience that is wānanga reo. Here you have a chance to re-learn what you may have forgotten, to learn something new and to challenge, perhaps, what you thought you already knew. You have the opportunity to talk through this with pouako (teacher/exparts) and with other whānau from Maniapoto. The relaxed environment of the people and of Otorohanga college also make the experience less scary and more like home. Spaces are still available for those who wish to join the waka! You can catch the 21-23 April or 12-14 May session by clicking the link. Email if you have any pātai. Nau mai, haere...

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