Paakiwaha. 2016-03-21. 10:00-12:00.
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Paakiwaha is a weekly two-hour current affairs programme broadcast on Monday mornings on Radio Waatea. Delivered in English, it covers current issues from a Māori perspective. It has been broadcasting since 2002. Paakiwaha is funded by NZ On Air and is provided to various Community/Access stations and other broadcasters. The broadcaster's website highlights the following items in today's programme:
Chair of Te Ohu Kai Moana Jamie Tuuta: Te Ohu Kai Moana to take legal action against the crown over the Kermadec Sanctuary.
Professor Jane Kelsey on Paakiwaha: Trans Pacific Partnership Opponent.
Taa Tipene O'Regan one of the key architects behind the Treaty of Waitangi Fisheries Settlement and the legal action TOKM is taking over the crown.
Reuben Taipiri talks about Te Ture Whenua.
Interview with Polynesian Panther and musician Tigilau Ness: He talks about women in Polynesian Panthers and the Black Panther Movement in America. Tigilau Ness says the movement was instrumental in Polynesians in Aotearoa forming their Polynesian Panthers Movement.
Reference number 289523
Media type AUDIO
Collection Sound Collection
Māori radio programs
Ethnic radio programs
Jackson, Willie, 1961-, Presenter
Waatea 603 AM (Radio station : Mangere, N.Z.), Broadcaster
Date 21 Mar 2016