Kai Time on the Road returns to Maori TV TONIGHT
Ever had a crab nip your toe at the beach? The culprit is most likely the paddle crab and you’re invading his turf. Well unlucky for them that’s exactly what Kai Time wants to do as this delicacy is on the menu as Kai Time on the Road returns to Maori TV on Monday 8th [...]Continue Reading...
New to Maori TV: Joe’s World on a Plate
JOE’S WORLD ON A PLATE Premieres, Sunday 13 January 7.00pm Join Maori Television’s newest celebrity chef, Joe McLeod, as he cooks some of his favourite recipes from the comfort of his own home. http://www.maoritelevision.com/default.aspx?tabid=75&pid=16333 Share Post ...Continue Reading...
Fight your family flab with Captain FAB!
South Auckland has a new super hero and he is recruiting flab fighters for his next crusade. Samoan soul singer Lapi Mariner is ‘Captain FAB’ and the new ambassador for the University of Auckland’s Fanau FAB (Food, Activity, Behavior) research programme. Aimed at Pacific ...Continue Reading...
Paua Reseeding – A Success on Many Levels
On Monday 28th November over 50, 000 juvenile paua were placed into the sea along the Kahungunu coastline. Reseeding paua has been a long held aspiration of Ngati Kahungunu whanau, hapu and iwi, who have been concerned about diminishing numbers, and increasing fishing pressure on this iconic ...Continue Reading...
Maori Kai to tempt your taste buds (taste-testing in Hamilton)
We’ve received the following panui – ka reka! Next month, Maori owned and operated, Te Whei Ao Catering will be hosting an evening of taste testing with in-house entertainment. Te Whei Ao Catering will also be revealing their tohu on the night. If you or your organisation would like ...Continue Reading...
- Remembering the 150th anniversary of the Battle of O-Rakau (+links)
- Parihaka leg-irons withdrawn after public outcry
- Kainga Tupu Maori Art Exhibition Opening, Melbourne, Friday 4th April, 7pm
- Treasure Rotorua campaign aims for Koutu to be ‘as safe as houses’
- Romiromi Health Clinic this March at Kuirau Marae, Rotorua
- BIG BREAK: our search for the writer of New Zealand’s next great movie