Reporters

Aroha Awarau

Aroha Awarau (Ngati Porou, Ngati Maru, Niuean) is a story producer for Native Affairs.  An award winning journalist, Aroha joined Maori Television this year after ten years as a magazine journalist.

Heta Gardiner

Heta Gardiner has been a reporter since 2009, cutting his teeth at the Auckland newsroom for Te Karere, then moving to be a European correspondent until 2013.  After returning from London, Heta became a Wellington-based reporter with Te Karere.

Lynette Amoroa

Lynette Amoroa has a long history of experience in Māori broadcasting, and is currently the Executive Producer of Te Kāea. If you have a story to share with Lynette, email her here at: Lynette.Amoroa@maoritelevision.com

Mānia Clarke

Mānia Clarke has recently joined our Te Kāea news team working in on our general news stories. If you have a story to share with Mānia, email her at Mania.Clarke@maoritelevision.com

Online News Team

Our Online News Team reports on the latest news stories and what's trendy online at local, national and international levels. Catch our midday news bulletin every weekday LIVE on the Māori Television homepage www.maoritelevision.com.

Raniera Harrison

Raniera is from Te Kao in the Far North, however grew up in Whāngarei, before attending Auckland’s King’s College.  A former online journalist for Te Kāea, Raniera moved to Te Karere at TVNZ to cover both national and international sporting events, a position he held for two years.

Taiha Molyneux

Taiha is of Tūhoe and Ngati Kahungunu descent she has led the Online News team at Māori Television as Executive Producer for just over a year and was formerly a producer for Te Kāea news.

Talisa Kupenga

Te Aitanga-a-Mate, Ngati Porou Born and raised in Gisborne, Talisa attended Waikirikiri School, and Lytton High School. At age seven, while living with her grandparents, her koro placed her in the te reo unit – a decision she is forever grateful for.

Toi Iti

Ngāi Tūhoe Toi Iti has recently joined our Native Affairs team.  If you have a story you'd like to share with Toi, email him at toi.iti@maoritelevision.com

Wikitōria Day

Ngāi Tūhoe Wikitōria Day was born in Whakatāne, and attended Whakatāne High School.  Sports has always played a big part in her life and whilst at school. She competed in a range of sports including hockey, volleyball and waka kōpapa.