Tagata Pasifika

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On Demand - Tagata Pasifika 2022

All Tagata Pasifika episodes.

Tagata Pasifika 2022, Episode 31

On TP this week, ending the stigma around gout arthritis, the new competitions showcasing Cook Islands dance groups, and we meet the cousins behind Koko Samoa business, Aunty Tommys.

Tagata Pasifika 2022, Episode 29

New bowel cancer screening campaign aimed at saving Pasifika lives, College mates team up to put the ‘Brown Pride’ back into their community, and STNDRD are back on home soil to inspire new music.

Tagata Pasifika 2022, Episode 28

On TP this week, the new Ministry for Disabled People has been launched, West Auckland’s vaccinations are going mobile, and the Vodaphone Warriors have a successful homecoming.

Tagata Pasifika 2022, Episode 27

On TP this week, Maria Samuela talks about her first published book, Hadleigh Pouesi empowering West Auckland youth through the arts, Tuivasa-Sheck keen to make the most of All Blacks opportunity and Talanoa with Fepulea’i Margie Apa on the new Health New Zealand System.

Tagata Pasifika 2022, Episode 26

On TP this week, Nainz & Chong Nee have teamed up for some new music, local businesses in Rarotonga are booming again thanks to the opening of borders, Mate Ma’a Tonga is back for the first time in two years and with Talanoa with Dr Monica Liva about increasing pressure on the health care system.

Tagata Pasifika 2022, Episode 25

NEW: On TP this week, Fiamē Naomi Mataʻafa’s first visit to NZ as Samoan Prime Minister, Cook Island culture is revived in Rotorua, we look at a sneaker cleaning business turn charity and talanoa with Manase Lua on the Tongan Community efforts to curb gang violence.

Tagata Pasifika 2022, Episode 24

On TP this week, raising the awareness of SUDI - Sudden Unexplained Death in Infancy - among Pacific people, highlights from the Pacific Fashion Fusion show and we visit health and well-being initiatives helping to curb the rise in non-communicable diseases in the Cook Islands.