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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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The Governor-General, The Rt Hon Dame Patsy Reddy and Sir David Gascoigne to visit Maniapoto

The Governor-General, The Rt Hon Dame Patsy Reddy and Sir David Gascoigne will be making a three day visit to Maniapoto next week, with events scheduled for Te Kūiti, Ōtorohanga, Waitomo, Piopio, Taumarunui and the Pureora National Park. The visit will focus on a number of areas of interest including Maori business, youth and environmental initiatives. The visit commences on Tuesday 4 April with a powhiri at Te Kūiti Pā. More information available...

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We have now launched Te Nehenehenui.co.nz

MFM and our partners have developed a new website, Te Nehenehenui.co.nz., to support our iwi and Te Rautaki Reo a Te Nehenehenui. The website will bring resources to an online space. Virtually, we are allowing a new type of accessibility to a variety of our resources. He kai kei ō mātou ringa! This site will attract all those interested in Maniapoto history, culture, art and our reo.  Our user-friendly, interactive design will also provide a range of texts; contemporary and historical, visual, audio and written. Check it out by clicking the link below!...

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