Local Kiwis in the Media

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Screenshot from Ngati Washington InterviewNative Affairs

Ngāti Washington

By Taiha Molyneux – Aired at 8:30pm, Tuesday, November 8, 2016

You can find a Māori anywhere in the world and Washington DC is no exception. As US citizens head to the polls, Māori are joining them to choose a new American president. So what do they think of the two front-runners, Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump?

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Kiwi Kuisine pies find favour in US market

By Taiha Molyneux – Aired at 9:00am, Thursday, December 29, 2016

No matter where you go in the world, you will find Māori working tirelessly in whatever they do. Ram Todd of Ngāti Kahungunu is one of those people who is following that example in America, Washington DC, and as a result the popularity of his business Kiwi Kuisine is soaring.

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Mr Manaaki

By Taiha Molyneux – Aired at 8:30pm, Tuesday, November 8, 2016

If you ever find yourself alone in Washington DC just ask for this man, Peta Milner from Ngāti Porou. He’ll welcome you into his home, feed you and provide a comforting and familiar connection to Aotearoa.

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Dr Clarence Brown takes his expertise worldwide

By Taiha Molyneux – Aired at 10:00am, Sunday 8 January 2017

Over 16 thousand employees depend on the guidance and health support provided by a descendant of Ngāti Hine at the World Bank in America. Dr Clarence Brown is the main point of contact for the majority of staff under the bank and although he holds a high ranking position he maintains his humility.

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