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Latest Episodes

014 - Bernice Mene (Pinnacle programme)

Once again. A cool person doing cool stuff :) Bernice Mene is an athlete, teacher and former Silver Fern Netball Captain. She is currently running a kaupapa called the Pinnacle programme. Which is a unique mentoring programme for passionate teens between 15- 18yrs old. Hope you enjoy it :)

52 MIN2017 JAN 12
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014 - Bernice Mene (Pinnacle programme)

013 - Kiri Dell (Kupumamae)

Here is another example of cool people doing cool and exciting things. Kiri Dell is a poet, blogger and scholar whose research looks at why Maori struggle to realise their whenua aspirations, while also being interested in entrepreneurship and strategy. Enjoy :)

44 MIN2017 JAN 12
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013 - Kiri Dell (Kupumamae)

012 - Lee Timutimu (Te Reo Wainene o Tua)

Lee Timutimu is the founder of Te Reo Wainene o Tua. A Māori story telling initiative. In 2010 he applied for funding for an initiative that would encourage the art form and medium of traditional Māori storytelling. The basis was simple, Māori is primarily an oral language. Generations of history, tradition, knowledge and understanding have been passed down to us through our natural ability to captivate an audience through the poetic flow of traditional Māori reo (language). Since then TRWOT has been going strong. Here is its story. Enjoy :)

59 MIN2016 DEC 6
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012 - Lee Timutimu (Te Reo Wainene o Tua)

011 - Karl Burrows

Karl Burrows is the MD of Manaia. A London based company that have been performing traditional Maori performing arts since 2004. Their mission is to bring the best of New Zealand's Maori culture to the World and in doing so connect you, your family and friends or delegates to New Zealand and the vibrancy of Maori culture. Hope you like it

51 MIN2016 NOV 17
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011 - Karl Burrows

010 - Paora Hurihanganui

Aotearoa Creative is all about interviewing cool people doing cool stuff. Paora Hurihanganui and his work in the community is totally that. Paora is GM at Te Papa Tākaro o Te Arawa which is all about encouraging iwi development across the Te Arawa region through wellness and healthy lifestyle promotion, physical activity, kaupapa Te Arawa/Māori approaches, programmes and events. It is an organisation the community can access support and assistance in building capacity and developing solutions for community needs. Hope you enjoy it

59 MIN2016 NOV 8
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010 - Paora Hurihanganui

009 - Tamati Ellison

Aotearoa Creative is all about interviewing cool people doing cool stuff. Tamati Ellison is an ex ALL BLACK.. #ThatsCool Hope you enjoy it! #Doitz

49 MIN2016 NOV 8
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009 - Tamati Ellison

008 - Steven Renata

Aotearoa Creative is all about interviewing cool people doing cool stuff. And Steven Renata is totally that! From Ngāpuhi and Ngāti Kahu, Steven is the CEO and global director of business development for KIWA, bringing with him over a decade of international sales and account management experience. Steven has spent the last 20 years dedicated to building a global wellness company – Les Mills International. During that time, the company grew from a small start-up to a 100 million-dollar business with a presence in over 100 countries. He has also held a variety of senior roles, including serving as a Board Member and Chief Executive of Les Mills West Coast and the company’s Global Sales Director. Steven’s experience helping to create a global movement offers KIWA numerous insights into how modern ‘tribes’ emerge, survive and thrive. Hope you enjoy it :)

51 MIN2016 NOV 7
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008 - Steven Renata

007 - Teresa Tepania-Ashton

Aotearoa Creative is all about interviewing cool people doing cool stuff. Teresa Tepania-Ashton is way more than that.. She is epic lol She is the Chief Executive Officer at Maori Women's Development Inc. A lending and development organisation encouraging Maori Women and their Whanau into business. Ngā mihi

24 MIN2016 OCT 27
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007 - Teresa Tepania-Ashton

006 - Andy Heyward (Fat Spatula)

Aotearoa Creative is all about interviewing cool people doing cool stuff. And Andy Heyward is totally that! Fat Spatula is the studio and design space of Haumoana based artist Andy Heyward. It is the conception area of many creative pursuits. Within it’s walls, ideas are dreamt, coffee is consumed, paintings are realised and laughter is had. He is an artist, a painter, a lover, and a father, who likes to create things Enjoy

30 MIN2016 OCT 26
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006 - Andy Heyward (Fat Spatula)

005 - Soldiers Rd Portraits

Taaniko Nordstrom and Vienna Nordstrom are the creative stylist/photographer duo behind Soldiers Rd Portraits, which was a concept first dreamed of in 2011. Based in Cambridge, New Zealand, the two stylists dress customers in Maori, Pasifika and Native American and First Nations regalia for a memorable native inspired vintage portrait. With a business that can pack down into two bags, the creative duo have taken their mahi on the road numerous times, not only here in Aotearoa, but also abroad all over Australia and even as far as New York, Utah and LA! Taaniko says their formula for success is simple, “Whakawhanaungatanga" This is what we talk about. #Doitz

38 MIN2016 OCT 26
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005 - Soldiers Rd Portraits

Latest Episodes

014 - Bernice Mene (Pinnacle programme)

Once again. A cool person doing cool stuff :) Bernice Mene is an athlete, teacher and former Silver Fern Netball Captain. She is currently running a kaupapa called the Pinnacle programme. Which is a unique mentoring programme for passionate teens between 15- 18yrs old. Hope you enjoy it :)

52 MIN2017 JAN 12
Comments
014 - Bernice Mene (Pinnacle programme)

013 - Kiri Dell (Kupumamae)

Here is another example of cool people doing cool and exciting things. Kiri Dell is a poet, blogger and scholar whose research looks at why Maori struggle to realise their whenua aspirations, while also being interested in entrepreneurship and strategy. Enjoy :)

44 MIN2017 JAN 12
Comments
013 - Kiri Dell (Kupumamae)

012 - Lee Timutimu (Te Reo Wainene o Tua)

Lee Timutimu is the founder of Te Reo Wainene o Tua. A Māori story telling initiative. In 2010 he applied for funding for an initiative that would encourage the art form and medium of traditional Māori storytelling. The basis was simple, Māori is primarily an oral language. Generations of history, tradition, knowledge and understanding have been passed down to us through our natural ability to captivate an audience through the poetic flow of traditional Māori reo (language). Since then TRWOT has been going strong. Here is its story. Enjoy :)

59 MIN2016 DEC 6
Comments
012 - Lee Timutimu (Te Reo Wainene o Tua)

011 - Karl Burrows

Karl Burrows is the MD of Manaia. A London based company that have been performing traditional Maori performing arts since 2004. Their mission is to bring the best of New Zealand's Maori culture to the World and in doing so connect you, your family and friends or delegates to New Zealand and the vibrancy of Maori culture. Hope you like it

51 MIN2016 NOV 17
Comments
011 - Karl Burrows

010 - Paora Hurihanganui

Aotearoa Creative is all about interviewing cool people doing cool stuff. Paora Hurihanganui and his work in the community is totally that. Paora is GM at Te Papa Tākaro o Te Arawa which is all about encouraging iwi development across the Te Arawa region through wellness and healthy lifestyle promotion, physical activity, kaupapa Te Arawa/Māori approaches, programmes and events. It is an organisation the community can access support and assistance in building capacity and developing solutions for community needs. Hope you enjoy it

59 MIN2016 NOV 8
Comments
010 - Paora Hurihanganui

009 - Tamati Ellison

Aotearoa Creative is all about interviewing cool people doing cool stuff. Tamati Ellison is an ex ALL BLACK.. #ThatsCool Hope you enjoy it! #Doitz

49 MIN2016 NOV 8
Comments
009 - Tamati Ellison

008 - Steven Renata

Aotearoa Creative is all about interviewing cool people doing cool stuff. And Steven Renata is totally that! From Ngāpuhi and Ngāti Kahu, Steven is the CEO and global director of business development for KIWA, bringing with him over a decade of international sales and account management experience. Steven has spent the last 20 years dedicated to building a global wellness company – Les Mills International. During that time, the company grew from a small start-up to a 100 million-dollar business with a presence in over 100 countries. He has also held a variety of senior roles, including serving as a Board Member and Chief Executive of Les Mills West Coast and the company’s Global Sales Director. Steven’s experience helping to create a global movement offers KIWA numerous insights into how modern ‘tribes’ emerge, survive and thrive. Hope you enjoy it :)

51 MIN2016 NOV 7
Comments
008 - Steven Renata

007 - Teresa Tepania-Ashton

Aotearoa Creative is all about interviewing cool people doing cool stuff. Teresa Tepania-Ashton is way more than that.. She is epic lol She is the Chief Executive Officer at Maori Women's Development Inc. A lending and development organisation encouraging Maori Women and their Whanau into business. Ngā mihi

24 MIN2016 OCT 27
Comments
007 - Teresa Tepania-Ashton

006 - Andy Heyward (Fat Spatula)

Aotearoa Creative is all about interviewing cool people doing cool stuff. And Andy Heyward is totally that! Fat Spatula is the studio and design space of Haumoana based artist Andy Heyward. It is the conception area of many creative pursuits. Within it’s walls, ideas are dreamt, coffee is consumed, paintings are realised and laughter is had. He is an artist, a painter, a lover, and a father, who likes to create things Enjoy

30 MIN2016 OCT 26
Comments
006 - Andy Heyward (Fat Spatula)

005 - Soldiers Rd Portraits

Taaniko Nordstrom and Vienna Nordstrom are the creative stylist/photographer duo behind Soldiers Rd Portraits, which was a concept first dreamed of in 2011. Based in Cambridge, New Zealand, the two stylists dress customers in Maori, Pasifika and Native American and First Nations regalia for a memorable native inspired vintage portrait. With a business that can pack down into two bags, the creative duo have taken their mahi on the road numerous times, not only here in Aotearoa, but also abroad all over Australia and even as far as New York, Utah and LA! Taaniko says their formula for success is simple, “Whakawhanaungatanga" This is what we talk about. #Doitz

38 MIN2016 OCT 26
Comments
005 - Soldiers Rd Portraits
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