He Rangi Hou Kei Tua is a summit for Ngai Te Rangi rangatahi aged 16 to 30. It will provide the opportunity for our rangatahi to contribute to the rangatahi strategy as well as provide a platform for our rangatahi to connect, be inspired and motivated to reconnect with iwi and hapū initiatives, as we seek to build a movement of thriving, stouthearted, knowledgeable, Ngai Te Rangi rangatahi.Read More
Te Tauranga o ngā Waka fundraiser.
If you missed their performance at regionals, you have two chances to catch them live and in-person.Read More
Moana Radio on location at Ngā Manu Korero Speech Competitions in Tauranga 2019Read More
Meri Kerihimete Whānau!!Read More
From 27 August to 2 September, Tauranga will come alive with a range of events, showcasing how our people and organisations are leading the way through innovation.Read More
12 months ago today, the people of Tauranga Moana lead by Ngāi te Rangi, took to the harbour to protest the actions of the Crown in granting Mana Whenua recognition to outside iwi.Read More
Celebrate Matariki with us as we acknowledge the past, present and future through pūrakau (storytelling), ngā mahi a rehia (entertainment), mahi toi (crafts), manu tukutuku (kites), kai (food), whakakitenga (exhibitions), kauhau (lectures), ngā mahi hangaia mōu koha (make-and-take activities) and much more...Read More
Drawn from traditional Ngāti Waewae kōrero, He Kura E Huna Ana tells of the origins of pounamu in Arahura Valley. Set in two distinct time periods - one ancestral, and one contemporary. He Kura E Huna Ana shows that the two are inseparable, and losing sight of our origins can be dangerous.
An opportunity to connect with our media, entertainment and musical Stars, representing Māori kaupapa and doing what they love!Read More
Harbourside Netball Centre is holding a representative netball tournament in honour of late HarboursideNetball Centre Manager - Helen Dodge.Read More
Tiana Bennett from the Western Bay of Plenty PHO and Natasha Rawiri from the Bay of Plenty DistrictHealth Board joined Takiri on the breakfast show this morning to whakanui World Smokefree Day here in Tauranga Moana.Read More
Waipu Hauora held their sixth annual Pink Ribbon Breakfast at Hungahungatoroa Marae Thursday 31st May 2018.Read More
Matariki is a time for connecting with friends and whanau, reflecting on the past, and focusing on the future. Catch up with friends and whānau and enjoy kite flying, entertainment, games, food stalls and more for all ages at the Te Mākete Matariki Market Day in the Matariki marquee at the base of Mauao.Read More
Aotearoa’s premiere music event celebrating the uniqueness of Matariki in recognition of our established and emerging Māori & Pasifika Artists.Read More