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Lelia Masaga "Let's Talk Sports"


Lelia Masaga "THE FLASH" was one of the most entertaining players in the competition. The former All Black and Junior All Black is renowned for his try scoring prowess and celebrations. The winger played his ITM Cup rugby for Bay of Plenty and was the top try scorer in the Under 21 Rugby World Cup in 2006.

Masaga, left the Chiefs in 2013 after having made 91 Super Rugby appearances, has been playing his rugby in Japan in recent seasons.

In May 2017, Glasgow Warriors announced the signing of Masaga for the 2017/18 season on a two-year deal.


We catch up with the flash every fridays at 8.30am on our breakfast show ngatai live in the morning

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Dr Tangri is the Clinical Director for The Whanau Ora Community Clinic has a particular medical interest in skin cancer, having completed several specialist courses.


As a GP Vansheep he has worked in Auckland, Middlemore, Waikato, Waitakere and Tauranga Hospital.  His parents are doctors and his grandparents were doctors. 


Every Thursday we check in and he helps us identify risk factors and recommend preventive measures, reducing the likelihood of developing serious health conditions.



Kia '"On the Mainland"is an American photojournalist and the founder of Cantabrian Magazine. Her decades in the international media industry and world travels give her a unique insight into food, fashion, and the eco-luxury lifestyle. 


When she is not chasing a story for the magazine or walking a runway for Portfolio Models, Kia enjoys gardening and avidly reading in her downtime. 


She lives in Christchurch with her 4 children and husband. 

8.40am every Fridays on Ngatailive in the morning 


kharl wirepa "fashion fridays"

kharl wirepa with “Fashion Friday” Kharl Wirepa is an award-winning designer who has showcased his namesake brand on the catwalks of Paris, London, Sydney, Japan, and New Zealand Fashion Week.  


7.30am every Friday on Ngatailive in the morning



Richard Lewis with “House for sale”


Ranked in the top 3% of Ray white agents, Richie’s testimonials describe the attributes you would expect from a former NZ Police Sergeant with continued service in pastoral care.Professional.


Thursday 8.40am on Ngatailive in the morning 



Hinurewa te Hau (Ngāti Hine, Whakatōhea, Ngāti Kahungungu, Ngāti Rereahu mē Ngāti Maniapoto, Tūwharetoa, Ngāti Raukawa) Is National's candidate in the Māori seat of Tāmaki Makaurau for the 2023


Toni Boynton, (Ngai Tuhoe) currently serving as a councillor on the Whakatāne Council,has dedicated her efforts to advocating for improved representation and housing for Māori. Toni is currently running for the Labour Party and is contesting the Wairki district 


We talk politics every Monday 7.20am on Ngatai live in the morning “POLITALK”


Catching up on current events in the United Kingdom with our

correspondent “Mina’s” on “LETS TALK UK” we keep u informed about the latest news, politics, and cultural developments in the UK. Whether it's following Brexit developments, tracking the Royal Family, or understanding the country's response to global issues staying informed is essential for a well-rounded perspective on this dynamic nation.

Every Tuesday 6.50am 


"Travel Guide" with Abbey Haye is a profound and enriching experience that broadens your horizons, opens your minds, and allows u to explore the world’s wonders. A well-planned journey with Abbey can turn into a lifelong memory 

Every Friday 8.15am on Ngatailve in the morning


Dr. RAJ "Show me the Money"

Kia Ora, I am Aash Raj, 48 years of age and was born in the beautiful Fiji Islands. I did my medical training in Australia before moving to Aotearoa in 2000 and worked in various hospitals across the country. Over the last 5 years I have also trained as a counsellor at Auckland Uni and enjoy working in the fields of alcohol/drug addiction and mental health. I joined The Whanau Ora Community Clinic as the Clinical Operations manager in 2000 and love my role and the Mahi I do with this amazing organisation. It has given me so many amazing opportunities and support to learn. I have applied myself in areas that I thought I would never be in such as broadcasting on air! My aim in life is to live my day to the fullest and try to achieve my potential. I have discovered that being grateful, humble and helping others are important in living a happy and successful life. Noho Kaha

Every Thursday 7.30am on ngatailive  

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Stephanie Bailey "women in business"

"Stephanie Bailey is a visionary leader and entrepreneur who is passionate about helping women succeed in business. She is the Director of Retail for the Whanau Ora community clinic, where she oversees multiple businesses and provides support and guidance to women entrepreneurs. She is also the host of the "Women in Business" segment on Radio Aotearoa, where she shares her insights and expertise with a wider audience.

Stephanie is a role model for women everywhere, and her commitment to helping others succeed is truly inspiring. She is a valuable asset to the Whanau Ora community clinic and to the Radio Aotearoa audience."

6.50am on Ngatailive in the morning



Kohl Republic Ltd offer beauty services, creative consultancy & management in entertainment and fashion.

Arlea's search for creative outlets have seen her qualify in Makeup, SPFX Makeup, Performing Arts, Hair, Textiles and Micropigmentation. With this, she has worked and featured work across various industries including magazines, movies, fashion shows, photoshoots, pageants and the odd wedding.

With over 20 years experience, Arlea has a few tricks up her sleeve for The Beauty AND the Beast.


Every Monday 6.50am on Ngatailve in the morning

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MARK Guadalupe "TECH TALK"

With a programming background, I have embraced the agile methodology and its values, striving to apply them in my work. Highly skilled in identifying gaps and providing effective solutions, I bring a problem-solving mindset to ensure optimal outcomes. My passion lies in tackling complex world problems by leveraging innovative and scalable systems, particularly in the rapidly evolving technology industry.


Every Tuesday 7.45am on Ngatailve in the morning

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"Dreddyn Bhana is a dynamic and engaging radio correspondent, community leader, and former Golden Gloves champion. He is the host of the popular "Bad Boys" segment on Radio Aotearoa, where he discusses national and international crime news in a thought-provoking and informative way. He is also a director of the Whanau Ora community clinic, where he works to support and empower his community.

Dreddyn is a passionate advocate for social justice and crime prevention. He is also a dedicated father and role model for young people. He is an inspiration to all who know him."

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Sophie Stubbing "Pitch over the ditch"

Pitch Across the Ditch BIOGRAPHY We “YARN” with Sophie at 8:40 am every Thursday on “Pitch across the Ditch” to Check in & See what current events are taking place in Australia. Since her Migration from Aotearoa in 2015 she has continued her work serving in the Community as a Youth & Family Engagement Officer creating & facilitating various Music, Podcasts & Cultural workshops working alongside organisation like the QLD Police, Youth Justice & Child Safety etc. She is a Proud Māori Woman of Faith (Ngati Hine, Nga Puhi , Te Rarawa, Te Aupouri) who acknowledges the Yugambeh speaking people on who’s Country (Gold Coast) she lives on & raises her 4 Children alongside her Husband

Every Thursday 8:40 am on Ngatailve in the morning

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MIHI AMAI "Foxy Fitness"

Kia Ora koutou My name is MihiAmai Puriri and Foxy Fitness is my business. I'm a 45 year old mother of three and I started Foxy to encourage women to invest a little time and effort into themselves so we can rolemodel healthier lifestyles and a healthy relationship with kai to our daughters. Alongside my business I also founded Vitex Lucens Charitable Trust which provides Empowerment and Safety Strategies for women and girls.

Every Friday 6.45am on Ngatailve in the morning

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