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Iwi Radio Advisory

Iwi Radio Advisory

Te 29 o nga ra o Pipiri / 29 June 2004

RUIA MAI

Maori language radio programme producer Ruia Mai will broadcast the
following shows for the final time tomorrow (Wednesday, June 30): Te
Whiringa Putake (6.30am-7am); Nga Rangona Korero (7am-7pm); Te Kowae
Paneke(7am-8am) with repeats at 10am and midday; and Te Kawe Purongo
(7pm-8pm).

The weeknight music show, SIP - Stay in Play - will also broadcast for
the final time tomorrow night.

Ruia Mai launches a daily half-hour news show this Thursday (July 1).
The programme will be played on Ruia Mai's Auckland frequency 1179AM every
weekday from 10.30am to 11am and will also be available to the national
iwi radio network via the Punga Net.

ENDS

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