Kia ora!

Kia ora! He wāhi ā-ipurangi hei tohatoha i ngā marau hou ā-tihi ki o tātau whānau e noho taratahi ana. Te Āhua Noho, Whakangahau, Motuhenga, Pūoro, Ngā Take Mohoa - kei konei katoa!

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Mātakihia - Kia ora!

Ngā ataata katoa mō te hōtaka Kia ora!

Whānau on the Frontline, Kevin

Kevin is the owner-operator of the Horouta Pharmacy in Gisborne. In the wake of COVID-19 he has put significant measures in place to ensure that both his customers and staff are safe, while at the same time putting in long hours to ensure his community’s pharmaceutical needs are served. Kevin takes us on a journey through his day as an essential worker.

Rural Tips, Ūpoko 2

Anei te 'Native Diva' a Mz Kihi, e whakahoki ana i a koutou ki te kura me ngā kōrero o te taiwhenua mō te noho mamao me te noho rāhui! I te hōtaka tuarua, ki te kore te toa parai ika me te rīwai i te tuwhera, ka pēhea te whakarite i ērā kai i tō kāinga? Kei te pēhea tō pahū?

School of Lockdown, Rāhui Mārika!

Nā ngā pānga o Covid-19 me ngā taumahatanga o te noho hei kaiako, e kārangirangi ana a Billie Jo mō tōna āheinga me te pakeke nui o te mahi. Kua pā te maurirere ki a ia, ā, toko ai hoki te pātai mēnā e whano tika ana ngā tamariki i runga i ngā mōreareatanga o te wā.

Mohoa with the MacLeods, 2, Cena joins the whānau!,

E kainamu ake ana te katinga ā-motu, ā, he pōhiri piringa hōu te mahi a te whānau MacLeod. He punua kurī, ka tapaina rā e Mauru ki te ingoa o tōna tuatangata mamau, ki a Cena. Heoi nāwai nāwai ka wheako te whānau i ngā uauatanga o te tiaki i a ia. Whakapiri mai ki te whānau i a rātou e ū nei ki te noho mamao i te tari o te rata kararehe.

Hapū with you, Ūpoko 2

Isolated and with only each other to rely on, follow Amos and Hannah during the COVID 19 lockdown as they prepare and equip themselves for the biggest change in their lives…the birth of their first baby!

Mana Moana, Ūpoko 2

. Ka kōrero ngā wāhine toikupu, toi-whakatutū, a Dayle Takitimu rātou ko Michelle Ngamoki, ko Tina Ngata mō te tito me te mahi tahi ki ngā mahi toi a te tohunga toi Māori, a Robyn Kahukiwa.