Nga Kohinga o Ngati Porou Issue 6

Local Rangitukia fishermen and pakeke talk about traditional fishing methods at Te Ngutu Awa o Waiapu, the Rural Housing Programme supports 73 whanau into home ownership with more to come and Radio Ngati Porou celebrates the Manu Waiata 4 finals, it's 8th birthday and RNP's Club 1st anniversary at Uepohatu Hall.

Nga Kohinga o Ngati Porou Issue 5

East Coast Rugby Football Union and the NPEC Rugby Team have joined forces with Ngati Porou Hauora to promote smoke free environments and healthy food options to Ngati Porou whanau, Hapu and Iwi, rugby league star Tawera Nikau makes a special trip to Te Puia School to meet 6 year old Dane Riwai who suffers from a rare generic syndrome and Ngati Porou kuia - Peggy Haua and Lady Lorna Ngata receive Queen Service Order medals.

Nga Kohinga o Ngati Porou Issue 4

The installation of Bishop William Brown Turei, as the fifth Bishop of Aotearoa heralds a new dawn for the Maori Bishopric of Aotearoa, Ngati Porou lawyer Peter Johnston tells how to get the best out of the Tribunal process and the Runanga continues to represent Ngati Porou whanau and hapu in negotiations with the Crown over the Takutai Moana.

Nga Kohinga o Ngati Porou Issue 3

Leading Ngati Porou organisations are preparing to launch the Ngati Porou Business University Strategy initiative targeting Maori scholars in the major New Zealand universities and Ngati Porou Hauora profiles it's newest board member Marijke Warmenhoven.

Nga Kohinga o Ngati Porou Issue 2

Ngati Porou Hauora pays homage to the late great Tame Te Maro, the fight for Ngati Porou hapu to retain their traditional rights to the Takutai Moana continues and Radio Ngati Porou website attracts visitors worldwide.

Nga Kohinga o Ngati Porou Issue 1

Cultural activist and academic campaigner Koro Dewes receives an honorary Doctor of Literature degree from Victoria University, Radio Ngati Porou launches its new eye catching website, Tourism Ngati Porou's first tourist information centre on the East Coast opens it's doors on Ruatorias main street and Ngati Porou Hauora rural health nurses are awarded prestigious scholarships.