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Everyday Māori

Hēmi Kelly and Āpera Woodfine

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This podcast is dedicated to helping you to learn everyday Māori you can use in everyday situations. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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In this “unashamedly homegrown” podcast we tell the story of our islands from the time before people arrived all the way up to the year 2000. Winner of the bronze award for Best Indie Podcast in the NZ Podcast Awards 2021, Silver for Best Educational and Best Indie in 2022 and Silver for Best History in 2023. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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The Māori Millionaire Podcast (2022) has helped thousands of Māori learn how to better manage their pūtea. Learning how to budget? Want to invest your money? Start a business? The Māori Millionaire Podcast has an episode for you. Te Kahukura Boynton (Ngāti Kahungunu, Tūhoe, Te Whakatōhea) is a 20 year old entrepreneur. At just 14, she opened up her business which eventually failed. Te Kahukura is young and ambitious, paving the way for likeminded rangatahi. Love the Māori Millionaire Podcast ...
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In an industry underrepresented by Māori, this is a space for inspiration, learning and tautoko. An accessible interview series showcasing Māori who elevate the engineering world. Hosted by Alyce Lysaght (Ngāi Te Rangi, Ngāti Ranginui, Pākehā) a first year graduate Water Engineer. For updates on the podcast follow @maori_in_engineering.pod on Instagram. The first season features names such as Troy Brockbank, L'Rey Retana and John Blyth.
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Takiwātanga, Love Not Cure; Exploring autism one strength at a time. This is a podcast about autism stories. Takiwātanga is the Te Reo Māori for autism. From 'tōku/tōna anō takiwā' - 'my/his/her own time and space'. www.takiwatanga.org.nz ------------------------------ Support our here: https://bit.ly/Takiwatangashirts ----------------------------- #Takiwatanga, #autismawareness, #autism, #lovenotcure
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Heritage Matters

Southern Heritage Trust

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The programme takes a look at what makes Dunedin the nation's heritage capital. The wonderful stock of historic buildings will be explored, as well as early European settlement, Maori life in past centuries and tales of gold. Thanks to the Southern Heritage Trust
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A series of short podcasts hosted by Stacey Morrison to help get you 'Up To Speed' with some Māori language phrases and words often heard in media, public addresses and everyday conversation in Aotearoa New Zealand. He waka eke noa, we're all in this together.
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Travel, at its best, changes the way we see the world. Join us each week as we dig into stories from people who took a trip—and came home transformed. Travel Tales by AFAR is your ticket to the world, no passport required. Find more inspiration at afar.com/traveltales.
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Maori Initiatives

Podcasts NZ / WorldPodcasts.com / Steven Hutana

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Each week guests share influencing factors that contributed to te ira tangata (improved quality of life) in their lives, whanau and mahi, including how they learned to handle lifes challenges.
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Polytics Podcast

Te Anu Tonga, Leah Hansen, and Heather Harrison

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The Polytics Podcast is a home where Civics, Politics and all things that make us ‘tick’ will be discussed. We are sisters and are of Tongan and Māori descent with a non-partisan platform. Our intent is to strengthen the Ordinary Citizen and the principles they already live by.
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Taringa Podcast

Te Wānanga o Aotearoa

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Want to increase your knowledge of te ao Māori (the Māori world)? With a mixture of Māori and English, the Taringa podcast is the perfect way to learn te reo and tikanga Māori in a fun and relaxed way. Taringa is brought to you by Te Wānanga o Aotearoa. Te Wānanga o Aotearoa is one of New Zealand’s largest tertiary education providers. We offer a comprehensive range of qualifications to New Zealanders from all walks of life.
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Willie Mason & Justin Horo present Levels Podcast, twice a week reviewing & previewing all the NRL games also giving their best tips. Willie Mason is a former Kangaroo and NSW representative, is considered one of the most successful front rowers in NRL history. In 2004, he was a part of the famous 'Dogs of War' team that won the Grand Final, and he also received the Clive Churchill Medal during that match. Justin Horo is another former NRL player who played 120 games for Parramatta and Manly ...
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Join The Spinoff's Ātea editor Leonie Hayden along with Te Kuru o te Marama Dewes and Meriana Johnsen every two weeks for kōrerorero about te ao Māori me te ao hurihuri. The series will feature guests young and old, matatau and fresh as, from here there and everywhere across the motu, but all tangata whenua. Nē? is brought to you by The Spinoff Podcast Network. Hit follow now so you never miss an episode! Nē? is Public Interest Journalism funded through NZ On Air.
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Join season 2 hosts and English teachers, Pere Durie and Luke McFarlane, as they discuss pūrākau from around the motu and explore how we can weave this into our classroom practice. Season 2 of this NZATE podcast is engineered by Angad Vraich.
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2 Tūru

Kae'sharn & Harley

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2 Māori - 2 chairs - 22 years of absolute wisdom and tomfoolery. 🙏🏾 New Eps drop every Rāhina/Monday 🙌🏾 Business inquiry Email - 2turu@nexusmag.co.nz
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New uploads every Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Sunday are stories in ASMR about te ao Māori (the Māori world) and sometimes in Māori. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/maryjane4/support
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Chur Maori podcast where we interview maori people in business, share their stories and help inspire our maori people to be their own boss and get ahead in life. This is but one way that we can share the knowledge of other maori have been able to create an income of their own. That way we can prove to other maori that anything is possible. PUMPED FOR BUSINESS Chur Maori is all about pumping up maori people and encouraging them to get outside the box. Many of our maori are lost when it comes ...
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Real people having real kōrero ( chats ) about topics that mean a lot to us. We are Mental health Advocates, political freedom fighters and Proud Māori who speak up about our people.
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Nau mai ki Whakamāori Series 2! This Podcast series brings Google translate to life! Come along and interact with our host Kimo Houltham who will navigate this space alongside co-hosts Dr Anaha Hiini, Kristin Ross, Leon Blake and Hana Mereraiha. Join the Whakamāori crew to learn, wānanga and have fun in te reo Māori! Made with the suppport of TMP.
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On June 16, 1971, a radical group of Pasifika and Māori men and women confronted state-sanctioned racism to form the Polynesian Panther Party. Like their seafaring ancestors before them, the Polynesian Panthers guided their people to a new horizon – but instead of stormy seas, they navigated a red-blooded nation raging with rugby, racism and beer. Made with funding from NZ On Air.
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He Reo Tawhito: Conversations about Mōteatea

SOUNZ Centre for New Zealand Music

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Mōteatea is a centuries-old tradition of chanted song-poetry; a great literary and musical art form that expresses the powerful portrayal of storytelling and is reflective of the emotional depths of a Māori world view. Its vast richness is yet to be fully understood. In this seven-part series hosted by Crystal Edwards, we hold conversations with some of the world's leading experts on mōteatea and ask them: What exactly is mōteatea? How has it changed since colonisation? What issues does it f ...
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In this episode, we explore a kōrero between two people about sports Episode dialogue: Āpera: Tākaro whutupōro ai koe? Hēmi: Karekau. I tākaro ahau nōku e tamariki ana, engari kāore au i tino i pai atu. I tākaro koe? Āpera: Āe, i tākaro whutupōro au i te kura tuatahi, engari i huri au ki te tākaro poiwhana me te makapoi rōwai nōku i te kura tuarua.…
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Welcome back to a new podcast episode! Today I'm chatting about Affiliate Marketing and Pyramid Schemes. I've had a lot of people send me messages about this and ask me questions about pyramid schemes and their issues with them. Please be wary and stay informed! Do your research before paying for anything! If you're interested in taking the Warrant…
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Tawhai Rickard is a contemporary New Zealand Maori artist born in Gisborne, Tūranganui-a-Kiwa, of Ngati Porou decent. He is influenced by the epic history of his country Aotearoa, New Zealand and its historical interrelationship between Māori and Pakeha to the present day. His work reflects the social, historical and cultural landscapes of Aotearo…
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In this podcast, Sian Williams discusses her paper 'Prioritized strategies to improve diagnosis and early management of cerebral palsy for both Māori and non-Māori families'. The paper is available here: https://doi.org/10.1111/dmcn.15847 Subscribe to our channel for more: https://bit.ly/2ONCYiC ___ Listen to all our episodes: https://bit.ly/2yPFgT…
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Kate Evans is an award-winning journalist and regular contributor to National Geographic, and she's also a self-proclaimed feijoa fanatic. But for the tangy and gritty fruit, New Zealand is not home - its origins are in South America. Over the course of a decade, Kate has spoken to scientists, historians, and horticulturalists worldwide, and visite…
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It's been a rapid rise for Scapegrace Distilling Company. The distillery - producing gin, vodka, and more recently single malt whiskey - began as an idea between two brothers-in-law 10 years ago. It's now exporting to more than 40 countries with a revenue of $12.7m in the 2023 financial year. In April, it's due to complete a $26m development on the…
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Work is underway to create a genetically altered wasp, which would be capable of eradicating all wasps. A collaboration of researchers are looking at whether a 'flaw' could be modified in to an invasive wasp species, which would subsequently spread it through a colony. Even if they're successful, the wasp they create will never actually be let out …
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Principals hope the ministerial inquiry into school property will flush out why the Ministry of Education has lacked clarity, transparency and consistency in approving and providing classrooms to accommodate booming rolls. The Government announced the review yesterday, amid growing anger from schools whose projects had been put on hold. Around 350 …
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Waitara is a town more associated with rugby league luminaries such as Howie Tamati and Tony Kemp than with elite rowing, but the Clifton Rowing Club is celebrating its best-ever performance at the national championships. Taranaki rowers secured four gold and two bronze medals at Lake Karapiro to finish fourth overall. Our Taranaki Whanganui report…
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This year's Super Rugby Aupiki final is set to be flipped on its edge, literally, and virtually, with the entire match to be filmed in a vertical format and streamed live and free on TikTok. The match takes place on Saturday April the 13th, and the initiative is supported by 2Degrees, Sky and TikTok, hoping it will help build momentum and interest …
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A former police minister in the last Labour government says he wanted his party to go further in its bid to crack down on gangs' assets. The new National-led coalition is banning gang patches in public with a $5000 fine for those caught wearing one, and it will also give police powers to break up gang gatherings and allow the courts to stop gang me…
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Auckland and Wellington regional councils are struggling to afford their share of the work needed on the metropolitan train tracks, according to KiwiRail's briefing to the incoming government. Wellington regional transport chair Thomas Nash says the region's train commuters can expect weekend bus replacements to continue for more than a decade and …
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The motorsport community is mourning the deaths of driver Brooklyn Horan and co-driver Tyson Jemmett who died when their car left the road during a rally event in Northland on Sunday. Horan was only 15 years old, highlighting the young age that many budding motorsport hopefuls get behind the wheel. One of our greatest, Scott Dixon, began racing go-…
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An RNZ investigation has revealed the Associate Health Minister Casey Costello rejected official's urges to retain parts of the smokefree laws she is planning to repeal. The current law was set to slash the number of tobacco retailers from 6000 to 600, take 95 percent of the nicotine out of cigarettes and ban sales to anyone born after 2009. Compro…
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Health officials urged the government to retain key aspects of the smokefree law it plans to repeal, but Associate Health Minister Casey Costello rejected them. In documents obtained by RNZ, the Health Ministry wanted Casey Costello to consider multiple compromise options, including introducing a purchase age of 25. Prime Minister Christopher Luxon…
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Wellington Water will not be able to properly fluoridate the supply to much of Wellington and Lower Hutt for another three months. On Monday it admitted that fluoride levels have not been up to Ministry of Health standards over the past four months. Additionally, water regulator Taumata Arowai, has told the company the water supply to 800 Lower Hut…
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The family of a couple killed in the Whakaari White Island eruption have told a sentencing judge they want the companies involved held to account. Emotional victims and families spoke of their grief and anger on Monday as a two-week sentencing hearing got underway. Five companies including the island's owner and the crown research institute GNS hav…
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Labour has hit out at a government inquiry into the school property system, saying "National are choosing to prioritise tax cuts over classrooms for children." The three-month review will look into building projects promised to hundreds of schools. Twenty projects have already been paused and the Ministry of Education says up to 350 projects might …
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Confidential briefings to Associate Health Minister Casey Costello reveal health officials urged the government to retain key aspects of the smokefree law. Casey Costello plans to scrap the current law, which would slash tobacco retailers from 6000 to 600, remove 95 percent of the nicotine from cigarettes and create a smokefree generation by bannin…
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The former Education Minister is furious that the school property system is under review citing "abysmal economic management" from the previous Labour government. A three-month Ministerial Inquiry will look into hundreds of building projects where the scope of what is planned is unrealistic or unaffordable. The Ministry of Education has already pau…
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On today's First Up pod - Swimming World Champion Lewis Clareburt joins us to talk about what it takes to master the medley; Chris Gilbert tells us why it's significant that women are joining an ancient Japanese festival; Kate Pereyra-Garcia reports in from Argentina, where signs of an economic recovery are beginning to show; in London Henry tells …
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A fast-growing high school says a government inquiry into the school property system won't do anything to complete six new blocks which are only partially built. According to National, the review has sprung from poor financial management by the previous government. Up to three hundred and fifty building projects will also be reassessed, and some co…
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