Tagata Pasifika

The Pacific voice on
New Zealand television

since 1987

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Men’s Ministry Parliament Protest with Prayer

A non-denominational Christian group were invited to Parliament for a praise and worship session. The event was organised by Labour MP Su’a William Sio, partly to protest Parliament’s proposed changes to remove the prayer MP’s say before each working day.

Tagata Pasifika: Thomas Peato – NZ Muay Thai Champion

Back in Rotorua where the Tokelau Community is gathering this Easter weekend, John Pulu talks to Thomas Peato, NZ Muay Thai Champion

2014 Vodafone Pacific Music Awards – Part 1

Part 1: Best Pacific Gospel, Pacific Song and Pacific International Artist and Giantkilla hits the stage

Keeping Up With The Solas – Tongan Language Week & Cinderella Project

The Sola sisters are back in studio to talk about what’s hot on social media this week. This week they discuss Cinderella Project and Tonga Language Week.

Tagata Pasifika – Full Episode – 11th October 2014

We celebrate Fiji Language week with the Vou Dance Company; the PI voices in the Sound of Music; John Pulu is LIVE from the Auckland Museum with the Kiribati community; Alo Paopao highlights; Smokefree Pacifica Beats and Peseta Sam Lotu-Iiga makes it to Cabinet

Tagata Pasifika Year in Review 2014 Part 1 of 3

Tagata Pasifika’s 2014 highlights. Reporter Seinafolava Sanele Chadwick shares some of Tagata Pasifika’s highlights throughout 2014. Featuring : Auckland Nines; Mt Smart Joker; Auckland Pasifika Festival; Crossfit Games; SIDS; Samoan Prime Minister Tuilaepa Lupesoliai Sailele Malielegaoi; Parris Goebel; Brown Buttabean; Mana Dave; Patrick Mailata;Ted Stanley; Sione Paea; Gabrielle Fa’amausili; Buxton Popoali’i; Catherine Latu.

PASIFIKA KEEPS CULTURES STRONG

John Pulu is at the Niue Village and meets Mena who keeps her culture alive through weaving and the Bible.

Sio Vaelua changing lives through creative arts

Sio Vaelua is passionate about the youth in his community and he’s using music, dance and theater to changes lives in Palmerston North.

New community hub in Ōtāhuhu

It’s celebration time in Ōtāhuhu, South Auckland as the community welcomes their new facility that’s been long in the plannning.