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Join The Spinoff's Ātea editor Leonie Hayden along with Te Kuru o te Marama Dewes and Meriana Johnsen every two weeks for kōrerorero about te ao Māori me te ao hurihuri. The series will feature guests young and old, matatau and fresh as, from here there and everywhere across the motu, but all tangata whenua. Nē? is brought to you by The Spinoff Podcast Network. Hit follow now so you never miss an episode! Nē? is Public Interest Journalism funded through NZ On Air. Hosted on Acast. See acast. ...
 
In an industry underrepresented by Māori, this is a space for inspiration, learning and tautoko. An accessible interview series showcasing Māori who elevate the engineering world. Hosted by Alyce Lysaght (Ngāi Te Rangi, Ngāti Ranginui, Pākehā) a first year graduate Water Engineer. For updates on the podcast follow @maori_in_engineering.pod on Instagram. The first season features names such as Troy Brockbank, L'Rey Retana and John Blyth.
 
Māori Millionaire is hosted by Te Kahukura Boynton, a 19 year old Law Student on the mission to empower Māori to become financially independent, or as she likes to call it, 'become Māori Millionaires'. This podcast is all about personal finance, investing, business, all from a Te Ao Māori perspective. Te Kahukura has always loved finance, but often felt like she couldn't find people in the media talking about putea who looked like her, dressed like her... So, she started Māori Millionaire to ...
 
Chur Maori podcast where we interview maori people in business, share their stories and help inspire our maori people to be their own boss and get ahead in life. This is but one way that we can share the knowledge of other maori have been able to create an income of their own. That way we can prove to other maori that anything is possible. PUMPED FOR BUSINESS Chur Maori is all about pumping up maori people and encouraging them to get outside the box. Many of our maori are lost when it comes ...
 
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This week the team chats to artist Hōhepa Thompson aka The Hori about an innovative new AI that will assist media organisations with cultural competency. His name is Auraki — but who will be brave enough to welcome him in? – Hosted by Leonie Hayden (Ngāti Whātua ki Kaipara), Te Kuru o te Marama Dewes (Ngāti Porou, Ngāti Rangitihi) and Meriana Johns…
 
Transformation or gilding the cage? With the Supreme Court recognising that mana lives on after death in the landmark Peter Ellis appeal, Nē? chats to lawyer and advocate, Kingi Snelgar, about how tikanga does and doesn’t fit into Aotearoa’s legal system. – Hosted by Leonie Hayden (Ngāti Whātua ki Kaipara), Te Kuru o te Marama Dewes (Ngāti Porou, N…
 
In this episode we take a look at: - Te ao hurihuri: The Quran in te reo Māori, Womens Rugby World Cup, Paku Gardening Tools - Kupu o te wiki: Rorohiko - Harikoa Highlight: From Peter S 🙌 - Pause for Pronunciation: A surprise 13 letter kupu! - Grammar: When to use Au versus Ahau - My Whakaaro: RESPECT - Whakataukī: Te Mara o Tāne Hope you enjoy! If…
 
To end this series, we want to leave some words of advice when it comes to learning te reo Māori. We’ll be back in 2023 with a brand new series of episodes. Kia kaha te ako! Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
 
The kōiwi of 64 Māori and Moriori tūpuna were returned from the Natural History Museum of Vienna this week, many of them stolen from Aotearoa by Austrian grave-robber Andreas Reischek. Nē? talked to two of the team behind Te Papa’s Karanga Aotearoa Repatriation Programme, Te Arikirangi Mamaku-Ironside and Dr. Amber Aranui, about bringing our people…
 
Kia ora! I've started a new show on YouTube called THE G-WHIT SHOW. This podcast is an extract from the first episode...I hope you enjoy! ❤️ GW TE REO FACEBOOK GROUP: https://bit.ly/tereogroup TE REO SELF PACED COURSE: https://bit.ly/selfpacedcourseद्वारा Grant Whitbourne
 
Ko Mahuru Māori tēnei, nō reira, kua tae te wā! In February, the team set themselves the wero of a fully reo Māori episode come September. Supported by Te Kuru and special guest kaiako Hēmi Kelly, Leonie and Meriana gave it a bloody good go. – Hosted by Leonie Hayden (Ngāti Whātua ki Kaipara), Te Kuru o te Marama Dewes (Ngāti Porou, Ngāti Rangitihi…
 
Bonus Episode! Maori chats with the renowned filmmaker, activist, and this year’s Blackstar Film Festival Luminary Award Recipient, Mira Nair (Salaam Bombay!, Monsoon Wedding, The Namesake). Mira talks about her childhood, how she made her way from India to the United States to attend Harvard, and her early artistic influences including theater, ph…
 
In this Mahuru Māori episode, our hosts drill down into some complex feelings around Te Wiki o Te Reo. Our very special guest is Rāmari Jackson-Paniora, the daughter of activist and pioneer Hana Te Hemara, whose name appears at the top of the landmark petition that started it all. – Hosted by Leonie Hayden (Ngāti Whātua ki Kaipara), Te Kuru o te Ma…
 
Kia Ora. Welcome back to the Maori Milionaire podcast. This podcast interviews the owner of @learnmaoriabroad - Amelia. In this discussion she shares her tips for getting started in the business world. Make sure to share the podcast around to your friends and whanau so that we can all learn some of these little nuggets of wisdom. If you want to see…
 
Join me on the Maori Millionaire podcast where I share my journey towards financial success. My goal is to create a community so that we can work together to achieve financial freedom. My mission is to empower Maori to become financially independent. Run by Maori, for Maori. If you want to learn more about Maori Millionaire and the other services I…
 
One of the biggest struggles with learning te reo Māori grammar is not having a good understanding of it in English! I've set up a FREE course that runs you through the basics of grammar in ENGLISH, through the lens of being able to make your TE REO MĀORI journey much easier. Check it out here: bit.ly/grammarbasics…
 
This week performance artist Kura Te Ua (Te Waka Huia, Hawaiki TŪ, Black Grace) takes us on a journey through her vision for haka theatre, growing rangatahi creativity through her programme Autaia, and performing “outside the box”. – Hosted by Leonie Hayden (Ngāti Whātua ki Kaipara), Te Kuru o te Marama Dewes (Ngāti Porou, Ngāti Rangitihi) and Meri…
 
Kia Ora. Welcome back to the Maori Milionaire podcast. This podcast explains exactly how you can invest in the stock market, specifically in managed funds. Make sure to share the podcast around to your friends and whanau so that we can all learn some of these little nuggets of wisdom. If you want to see more Maori Millionaire then make sure to chec…
 
In this episode we hear kōrero from Shannon Te Huia (Ngāti Maniapoto). His mahi today is Te Pou Tāhūhū of Pūnui River Care Inc. where the kaupapa is a Marae based initiative to restore Pūnui awa while providing employment and work experiences for local people in the rohe. He talks on bringing Māoridom out of the marae to other spaces, being a kaiti…
 
It's an all wāhine line up, with special guests Ngāhuia Murphy, Ataria Sharman and Qiane Matata-Sipu joining your regular hosts Meriana Johnsen and Leonie Hayden. Together they discuss ikura, the first wāhine, feminine deities and the secrets the colonisers didn't want us to remember. – Hosted by Leonie Hayden (Ngāti Whātua ki Kaipara), Te Kuru o t…
 
Maori talks with fashion designer Telfar Clemens and creative director Babak Radboy, the principal forces behind the iconic TELFAR fashion label. Clemens and Radboy share their connection being 'third culture kids,' the organic nature of their creative partnership, and how they've navigated the fashion industry together. They also discuss other pro…
 
Kia Ora. Welcome back to the Maori Milionaire podcast. This podcast interviews Erin Thompson, Director, Maori Development at Te Ara Ahunga Ora Retirement Commission. Make sure to share the podcast around to your friends and whanau so that we can all learn some of these little nuggets of wisdom. If you want to see more Maori Millionaire then make su…
 
Maori chats with musician, poet, artist, cultural worker, and professor Camae Ayewa, also known by her stage name Moor Mother. Camae talks about her early life growing up in Aberdeen, Maryland and her formative influences. They also discuss her journey as an artist, from her early days performing in Philly’s underground music scene to her successfu…
 
Kia Ora, and welcome back to the Maori Millionaire Podcast where I am on a mission to empower Maori to become financially independent. I share free resources to get Maori on the investment ladder. I focus on personal finance, investing and self development through Te Ao Maori methods. Today, I share my whakaaro around saving money when it comes to …
 
Every few years the topic of cultural appropriation rears its head, usually because Māori have once more had their taonga used and abused. The team chats to artist Jess Thompson Carr aka The Māori Mermaid about some of the worst culprits and how to approach toi Māori with integrity. – Hosted by Leonie Hayden (Ngāti Whātua ki Kaipara), Te Kuru o te …
 
Maori talks with Oakland-based, artist, writer, and curator, Astria Suparak. Astria’s curated exhibitions, screenings, and performances have appeared at art institutions and festivals worldwide, as well as far more unconventional spaces, including roller skating rinks, sports bars, and rock clubs. In their conversation they talk about her introduct…
 
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