Te Poho o Rawiri Marae in Gisborne is undergoing a $3.4 million restoration project called Te Pa Eke Tu, its biggest project to date, which will bring the 88-year-old marae and its facilities into the 21st century.
Aroha first joined Maori Television in 2008 as the assignment editor for Te Kāea news before moving into the sports team as a reporter ahead of the Rugby World Cup 2011.
Aroha then became a general news reporter and was appointed to cover the vast Te Matau ā Māui / Tairāwhiti region.
For 10 years, Aroha has contributed to the Māori Television newsroom in delivering Māori news across Aotearoa and abroad.
Aroha remains with our wider Māori Television whānau as a Digital Producer for our Promos Department.