maori – Radio Stations

Total 12 stations found.
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Started in 1991 to promote the Maori language in the Whanganui dialect to the whole Whanganui Region, from the mountains in the Central Plateau to the sea through Whanganui City.…

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Kia Ora FM 89.8 was established on 10 July 1992 as part of the National Governments policies to contribute to the preservation of our Te Reo me ona Tikanga. Kia…

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Te Reo Irirangi o Maniapoto (MFM) is one of 21 Iwi Radio Satations who broadcast independently throughout Aotearoa on frequencies which are specifically reserved for the promotion of the Maori…

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Moana Radio broadcasts from Tauranga on two frequencies, 98.2FM and 1440AM. This allows us to reach an audience from Katikati to Opotiki on 1440AM, and from Katikati to Pukehina on…

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To Empower The Voice of Hauraki and Hear it in all its beauty throughout all of its Tribal Regions. here to broadcast out loud and Proud of New Zealand’s number…

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Ngati Hine FM falls under the umbrella of the Ngati Hine wellbeing trust and was set up to serve for our kin of Ngati Hine and the more prominent tribe…

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Te Reo Takiwa o Tautoko was an aggregate exertion of Iwi, from nearby hapu and whanau, to set up a Radio Station as a method for offering voice to the…

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Te Reo Irirangi o Te Arawa was built up in the mid 1980s under the lead of the Te Arawa Trust Board. It wasn’t until November 1990 that Te Reo…

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Te Hiku 97.1 FM is part of the iwi communities of Te Hiku o Te Ika/the Far North, and belongs collectively to it’s five iwi. Te Hiku FM and was…

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Te Korimako o Taranaki 94.8 FM – your tribal heartbeat. Te Korimako o Taranaki 94.8 FM are situated in New Plymouth and are the Taranaki Region’s select Home for Te…