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Catching up with Community Catching up with Community
From Community Networks Wellington. Keeping communities connected through discussion on local topical issues. Showcasing community groups in Wellington who work tirelessly with our vulnerable people.
CommunityEnglish, Te Reo MāoriAccess Radio Wellington
Irirangi Irirangi
Modern, Māori youth with good vibes and great chats!
MusicTe Reo Māori, EnglishAccess Radio Wellington
Kahurangi Kahurangi
Ko õ tātou reo, õ tātou kõrero, ko Wairarapa tēnei - Our voices, our stories, our place.
Society and CultureTe reo mauriArrow FM
Keeping it Reo Keeping it Reo
Kia ora ra e te iwi.  Tune in as we explore our language.
Ethnic & CulturalTe ReoAccess Radio Taranaki
Mahika Kai Narratives Mahika Kai Narratives
Discussions on traditional and contemporary mahika kai practice
Special InterestEnglish and Te Reo MāoriPlains FM 96.9
Te Hau Maiangi - Voices of Experience Te Hau Maiangi - Voices of Experience
An ever-growing reservoir of thought leadership, innovation and creativity to uphold, resource and empower the Taranaki community as it makes the shift from the old ways to the new.
CommunityEnglish, Te ReoAccess Radio Taranaki
Te ngatahi o te tau, te putanga o te hinu - The Golden Years Te ngatahi o te tau, te putanga o te hinu - The Golden Years
Kia ora tatou. Like the greeting that says hello to all of us, Piripi's show is about us kiwis. It is from a Maori/Irish perspective and includes music and stories about his life, oh and all the music is his as well.
Interests and HobbiesTe Reo and EnglishRadio Kidnappers
Ula Su'i Fefiloi Ula Su'i Fefiloi
Ula Su'i Fefiloi is dedicated to entertaining, informing, empowering, and building resilience in the Pasifika and wider community in the Wellington Region.
CommunitySamoan, English, Te Reo MāoriAccess Radio Wellington