Archive for April, 2014
Horekau he kaupapa Kapa Haka tu atu i tenei Huihuinga Ahurei Maori o nga Kura Tuarua o Taitokerau
Over 1000 people are expected to attend this years Taitokerau Secondary Schools Cultural Festival being hosted by Rodney College. The Festival is into its 39th years with over 25 schools performing.
Radio Tautoko will broadcast live from the Festival tomorrow Tuesday from 12 to 5pm and on Wednesday from 9 to 4pm
MARANGA MAI E TE IWI FESTIVAL seniors for Matatini 2015, happening on Saturday 12th April at the ASB Stadium, Kensington, Whangarei, we will start broadcasting from 8.30am until 6pm. Here is the line up of preformance of day:
9:00am Te Whanau O Tukua O Punga
9:30am Haatea Manawanui
10:00am Hokianga Te Puna Ki Te Ao Marama
10:30am Te Puu Ao Hawaiiki
11:00am Te Taarai O Rahiri
11:30am Nga Puriri O Taiamai
12:00pm Lunch Break
1:00pm Tu Te Auru
2:00pm Waerenga Te Kaha
2:30pm Te Puu Ao
4:00pm Nga Kohinga
We will also have other Iwi station that will be linking with us for the day. Kia Ora to Korimako Fm, Kahungungu Fm, Moana Am and Nga Iwi Fm
Over 1000 people have attended the Taiwhenua o Hokianga Waitangi Tribunal Hearings since it starteted on Monday,
Kai korero representing nga Hapu o t e tonga o Hokianga are presenting evidence of treaty breaches to the Tribunal as part of the Te Paparahi o Ngapuhi stage 2 Hearings.
H,ere is the programme for tomorrow.
Wai 1147 GLeG ros and L Tanoa Wai 549 M Pou, M Tohu, R Taylor, Oturei and Waipoua.
Wai 2003 Te Wahapu. Hone Timona, John Klaricich,Oral traditions, sites of significance, Hokianga Harbour.
C Turner. environmental issues. W Moetara, Health and Maori Trustees.
Mauri Ora whanau, Day 3 bit of a short day whanau as we have site visit this afternoon.
On now for Technical Edvidence: H Bassett-cross examination.
Wai 1354 Ngati Kaharau me Ngati Hau: D Williams- Omanaia/Rawene township water supply. T Rogers- Mangawhero Quarry
10.30am: Morning Tea
Wai 1354 Ngati Kaharau me Ngati Hau
Wai 985: Miriama Solomon
Wai 985: Miriama Solomon
Site Visit to follow
Mauri Ora Whanau, Day 2 of the hearings at Moria Marae, Whirinaki.Starting with A Wikaira on his korero from Yesterday on Land Blocks, Wahi Tapu and Oneke. Then T.Robust on Generic Education, R Dargaville on Fisheries, Te Rarawa Settlement.
Wai 700 Te Hikutu: H.Leaf- Social Issues, Claire Papanui-Kura Kaupapa, Lynette Wharerau-Whirinaki River.
Wai 700 Te Hikutu: Lynette Wharerau & A Wikaira-Farming, Land Development, Environmental. Joel Bistowe-Mining, Isabel Dalton- Timber Extraction.
Wai 700 Te Hikutu: John Te Tuhi-Puke Kaukau
Technical Evidence: H Bassett-Summary”Tai Tokerau Land Development.
Kia Ora Whanau, Today we start our journey for the Hokianga Taiwhenua Hearings.
9am: Hokianga Claimants:
Opening Statements: Counsel: J Pou, B Gilling, L Thornton, T Afeaki, B Loader.
10.30am Morning Tea.
11am Hokianga Claimants: Opening Statement.
Wai 700 Te Hikutu: B Morunga overview of Political structures and Tikanga.
1.30pm: Wai 700 Hikutu: A Wikaira Traditional korero on land blocks, wahi tapu and Oneke. T Robust korero onGeneric Education.
3pm Afternoon tea.
3.30pm Wai 700 Te Hikutu: T Robust and R Dargaville Fisheries, Te Rarawa settlement.
Nga whanau Hapu o Hokianga are preparing for the Waiatangi Tribunal who are in the Hokianga next week to hear from the claimant groups on breaches of Te Tiriti o Waitangi.
About 300 people are expected at the hearing of Te Paparahi o Te Raki , stage two being hosted by Te Hikutu on the Moria Marae Whirinaki for a week starting next Monday.
Tautoko will broadcast live from Whirinaki starting Monday at 8.30 am.
The hearings will finish on Friday afternoon.
Whanau living with in our broadcast area can listen on 97.5 or 99.5 on go on line tautokofm.com