Le'o e Peau talks to young people and their parents about being young and Tongan in NZ.
Vaiola and Mahe are putting together nearly two hours weekly of valuable health information for women and elders, of interviews with Tongan leaders, community notices, news and music plus lessons in Tongan as a first language. With a deep love of their culture and language the hosts offer a rich source of education and inspiration.
As managers of a bilingual Tongan news website, the Kaniva Tonga crew link you to the very latest happenings and open discussion on Kaniva Forum topics. There’s news, analysis, opportunities to phone-in, round-ups of this week’s main events and music. Listen too for the series of lessons on Tongan language.
Siosateki and Vasilini are active radio listeners for information and entertainment, so that’s what they and their team are offering on Fanongo ki Tonga. With news, music, interviews with community members, and discussion of hobbies and sport they’re keen to give Tongans entertaining radio. Community bulletins and a short devotion round out the show for late night listeners.