Tagata Pasifika

The Pacific voice on
New Zealand television
since 1987

Tagata Pasifika

The Pacific voice on
New Zealand television
since 1987

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Samoan language lessons help Blues rugby players on and off…

Neueli MauafuMay 25, 2024
With Samoan Language Week coming up, Blues rugby tell how its players - and the team - are benefitting from some off-field training.

Interested in a third serving of Panikeke?

Marama T-PoleMay 18, 2024

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WIhDYJGePv0

While many businesses are finding it tough in a recession, one Pasifika entrepreneur is finding business is booming and has just opened a third store. The Pacific inspired shop Panikeke, has now launched in West Auckland under Keith…

Freedom Feulufai: Building a Legacy for family and community

Hanalei FoliakiMay 18, 2024

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wzltEubnL7I

Building company owner helps fellow ‘chippies’ get qualified while creating a future for his family. In the early hours of the morning, while most are still asleep, Freedom Feulufai is up and at ’em.  Owner of his own…

South Auckland local boards encourage people to have their say

Gladys HartsonMay 18, 2024

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4AxP_Yjo7oY

Two South Auckland local board leaders are encouraging Pasifika people to have their say in the upcoming review of local government. The heads of two South Auckland local boards are concerned about representation for Pasifika people in an…

Ports of Auckland: New Pasifika Role integrated to support Pasifika

Grace FiavaaiMay 17, 2024
Following a three-year period of unfortunate events, Ports of Auckland has decided to create a new position aimed at providing better support to its Pasifika staff. 

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