Aroha Mane is the Assignments Editor for our daily news programme, Te Kāea. Aroha returned to Māori Television in 2015, bringing with her skills and experience in a range of roles within Māori broadcasting.
D'Angelo Martin is a reporter with Te Ao Māori News.
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.
James has recently joined our Te Kāea Sports team. If you have a story for James, email your information to: James.Perry@maoritelevision.com
Te Atihaunui a Pāpārangi Jess is the co-presenter for Rereātea, Māori Television's online midday news bulletin, and an Online Reporter.
Kawe Roes (Ngāti Rereahu, Ngāti Maniapoto): Kawe was raised in the King Country and is a descendent of Ngāti Rereahu and Ngāti Maniapoto tribes with filial connections to most of Europe.
Kelvin McDonald has been part of our Māori Television newsroom since 2007.
If you have a story to share with Kereama, please email him via Kereama.Wright@maoritelevision.com
Leo Horgan has been with Māori Television since 2011, and part of the Māori Television Online News team since 2016. As our Online Sub-Editor, Leo is right across the latest news updates locally, nationally and globally.
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
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Tūhoe, Ngāti Awa, Ngāti Porou Rahia was born in Whakatāne and spent her early childhood being schooled at Te Kura Kaupapa Maori ā Rohe o Rūātoki. Her whānau moved to Ruatoria at the age of 10 where she attended Te Kura Kaupapa Māori o Te Waiū o Ngāti Porou.
If you have a story for Raniera Harrison, you can email him here Raniera.Harrison@maoritelevision.com
Regan first joined our Online News team in 2017, and for 2018 has a new role as an Online VJ Reporter. If you have a story to share with Regan, please email her on Regan.Paranihi@maoritelevision.com
Ruth has recently joined our Te Kāea news team as a sports reporter. If you have a story for Ruth, email her via Ruth.Smith@maoritelevision.com
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.
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Te Ao - Māori News your leading Māori news provider bringing you the latest news as it happens, straight to your device. Our team is focused on delivering a more inclusive approach to Māori news by connecting directly to our communities, Te Ao Māori.
Te Kuru o te Marama Dewes (Ngāti Porou, Ngāti Rangitihi) recently joined the Te Kāea team based at the Tāmaki Makaurau HQ. If you have a story to share with him, email via TeKuru.Dewes@maoritelevision.com
Tema Hemi has recently joined our Te Kāea news team as a general news reporter. If you have a story for Tema, you can email him via Tema.Hemi@maoritelevision.com
Waikato-Maniapoto, Ngāti Hine, Mapuche (Chile)
If you have a story to share with Tracey, you can email her via firstname.lastname@example.org
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 was involved in a range of sports including hockey, volleyball and waka kōpapa.