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  1. Hori Chapman, Chair of Radio Tautoko
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    Chair of Tautoko FM in disbelief after fire consumes radio station

    Hori Chapman, the Chair of Radio Tautoko says it’s hard to believe the hub of the community of Mangamuka was consumed by fire last night.

  2. Tautoko FM on fire - Photo / supplied
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    Fire engulfs Tautoko FM in Mangamuka

    A fire has engulfed Māori iwi radio station, Tautoko FM in Mangamuka, Far North.

  3. The Battle For Triple K AM Heats up in Māori Television Mockumentary

    An all-new new mockumentary, RADIO KUKA, goes to air on Maori Television on Friday, November 7, taking viewers behind the scenes of the inappropriately named Māori radio station Triple K AM. 

  4. Video for Future of Iwi Radio - Feature
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    Future of Iwi Radio- Feature

    Since the announcement of the Government's latest budget that $12 million will be set aside for iwi Māori radio over the next four years, the question we now ask is what does this mean for Māori and the rest of New Zealand?  

  5. Video for Iwi radio stations receive a $12 million boost
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    Iwi radio stations receive a $12 million boost

    Māori Affairs Minister Dr Pita Sharples has announced there will be a $12 million boost over four years for iwi radio stations. 

  6. Video for Iwi Radio stations prepare for bi-annual awards night
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    Iwi Radio stations prepare for bi-annual awards night

    Iwi Radio are gearing up for their big awards night in Rotorua next week. 21 iwi stations across the country will celebrate their efforts with the release of the finalists.  

  7. Video for Goal set for Tauranga to become NZ’s first bilingual city
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    Goal set for Tauranga to become NZ’s first bilingual city

    Moana AM broadcaster Pat Spellman is on a quest to bring about change in Tauranga, by making it the first bilingual city in New Zealand. 

  8. Video for Spectrum sale upsets Māori broadcasters
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    Spectrum sale upsets Māori broadcasters

    Māori claimants will continue to fight for broadcasting band spectrum, despite the final piece being sold to Telecom for $95mil.

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