Piriwiritua

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Piriwiritua. News in Māori with Amomai Pihema.

- Ngapuhi concerned that Kingi Tuheitia not attending Waitangi celebrations.
- Morning service important to begin celebrations.
- Kawhia holds ahurei kai event. (Kawhia Kai).
HAKINAKINA with Scotty Morrison...Rugby / Boxing / Basketball(Poi tokohu).
PIRIWIRITUA with Ruia...mihimihi / programme update / pakipumeka.
- waiata: Aroha atu ki a koe taku wairua / Toni Huata
- waiata: I nga wa o mua, ko au to hoa pumau / Brannigan Kaa.
TAIKURA te manawa o te totara..ko te taikura o te wahine ko toona matauranga.
- Marire Kuka speaks with Kahu McClintick about "hauora hinengaro Māori".
This particular series will take place over two weeks as it is a weekly programme
and time does not allow for the kōrero to take place in one episode.
Marire also touches on " NZ Mental Health Survey taken in 2006".
- Kahu McClintick / Maniapoto / Kahurewa te maunga, Mokau te awa, te taone
ko Piopio. She worked in the Porirua Hospital for quiet some time. Then moved to
the Tainui area and became a Deputy Head of the Kura Kaupapa Māori o Ararima,
Now works for Te Rau Matatini under the umbrella of "Hauaora Hinengaro Māori.
- waiata: Tuahine / Brothers and Sisters
- kaikōrero: Ruia ...pitopito kōrero / Māori flag to fly on Auckland Harbour Bridge.
...Matatini Kapa Haka / Māori music awards.....
TAREWA with Julian Wilcox....speaks with Ngapo Wehi about Tamaki groups
performing at the Te Matatini Nationals.
- kaikōrero: Ngapo Wehi on Te Matatini...........programme ends.

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Year 2007

Reference number 54797

Media type AUDIO

Collection Sound Collection

Ngā Taonga Korero Collection

Credits RNZ Collection
Aperahama, Ruia

Duration 01:00:00

Date 05 Feb 2007

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