Care and support workers delivered a petition for a pay boost to the government after receiving more than 10,000 signatures in 10 days
South Waikato District Council is rebranding its region to reflect its Pasifika community to attract more visitors and investors
It’s tech week and Ōtara 4.0 is doing its best to encourage Māori and Pasifika students into the technology sector.
Social Policy Analyst 'Ana Ika and Political Commentator Richard Pamatatau join us to discuss the Wellbeing Budget 2022.
Meet the newest member of the Digital Council for Aotearoa, former Global Strategist for Hewlett-Packard and 'PeopleforPeople' co-founder Julia Arnott Neenee.
The Ōtara Manākitanga Fun Festival, a chance for local students to put aside their school books and have some good old-fashioned fun.
“Before we have a lolly scramble, focus on what matters to our communities.” Te Rito Journalism cadets on Wellbeing Budget 2022
Public Interest Journalism funded through NZ On Air Reconnecting youth, health care, mental health and wellbeing support, reducing food and fuel prices and climate change are key areas Oriwa Atkins and Arohanui West would like the Wellbeing Budget 2022 to reflect. The Te Rito Journalism cadets share their perspectives on the government’s fourth budget announced […]
This week we have the immense talent of Gin Papāli'i-Curtin who will perform some of her favourite gospel songs from Adeaze and Cece Winans!
South Auckland healthcare providers say a $188m Budget boost for community healthcare and GPs will help address the demand for their services.