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Ngā Iwi FM

Ngā Iwi FM have had a very productive year (2014), especially with the increase of Te Reo Māori being spoken on air, our focus towards Hauraki mita.

Ngā Iwi FM have an ambition of being one of the leading organisations for communication here in Hauraki; this has recently seen a revamping of all our on air shows with a continuation of targeting local community events, gathering local information, interviews and a increase in Te Reo Māori.

Earlier this year at the 2014 Iwi Radio Awards Ngā Iwi FM were recognized finalist in a couple of categories - Whakaatatanga - Best Station IDs / Imaging, Kaipāho Rangatahi - Best Rangatahi Announcer, Hōtaka Rangatahi - Best Rangatahi Show, and the ‘2014 recipient winners’ of the Kaituitui Hōtaka - Best Programmer – this was a celebration for Ngā Iwi FM having won in 2012 for the Hōtaka Rangatahi - Best Rangatahi Show

COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT - The Hauraki Youth Games 2014
This is the second annual Hauraki Youth Games hosted by Ngā Iwi FM. Primary Schools throughout Hauraki are invited to enter teams with a focus on Year 5 to Year 8 pupils in 2 events - Mixed Netball and Mixed Rippa Rugby. The concept came out of a desire to actively encourage and support our Tamāriki, Rangatahi and Whānau throughout Hauraki. “As an Iwi Māori Radio Station our first priority is the promotion of Te Reo Māori me ona Tikanga and we recognised an opportunity to engage with our tamariki and whānau all of whom actively affiliate with Rugby or Netball, and provide the platform to expose and showcase Te Reo Māori”

‘Te Kupu o Te Wiki’ - “Ngā Iwi FM can be very proud to be leading the way in this visual online web series.” 

From week 11 the online web series ventures across Hauraki; leaving the comforts of their studio in Paeroa to film the people of Hauraki who become the presenters of the First Māori Radio Online Visual Web Series ‘Te Kupu o Te Wiki.’ Starting with the talented tamariki from Thames South School.

To watch ‘Te Kupu o Te Wiki’ episodes.

Visit the NGĀ IWI FM WEBSITE –You will see more about us and you can also link into our Facebook, Twitter and YouTube pages. 

You can tune into Ngā Iwi FM for the live broadcast of all the performances and also inform the whanau of the live streaming and updates through the Ngā Iwi FM 92.4 Facebook page.

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