Rangatahi

‘Not the one g’: rangatahi react to eating terotero (intestines)

Eating terotero or animal intestines - either you can handle it or you can’t.

‘We're trying to make CVs irrelevant’: Rangatahi create new job app

It’s an age-old dilemma. You want a job but don’t have enough experience but you need a job to gain experience. 

It’s a problem that a group…

Our 10 most popular videos of 2021 for you to binge on holiday

We've rounded up our ten most popular videos you can binge when you need a break from the sun, the family conspiracy theorist, or just recharge…

Learning we are not alone | Mānawa Maiea te Atawhai | Ep 10

Wāti and her sister Meadow talk about their bond growing up together in the final episode.

‘I felt pressured to go to uni’: Better career advice for teenagers could prevent dropouts

Former uni student says better career advice at high school could help prevent students dropping out

Rangatahi react to eating kānga pirau (rotten corn) for the first time

“It looks like porridge but it doesn’t smell like it!”

Why this young wahine founded an organisation to help rangatahi in need

After experiencing the hardships of poverty, Māhera Maihi founded the youth organisation.

Helping rangatahi Māori take care of their mental wellbeing

Video resources to help rangatahi get through lockdown and beyond.

Systemic change needed at Oranga Tamariki to empower whānau and communities

The Government says power and resources should shift from Oranga Tamariki to communities.

This new mindfulness series gives rangatahi the tools for survival

Just in time for mental health awareness week, Re: is launching a new hauora series.

Learn hīkoi aroā mindful walking with Manu | Mānawa Maiea te Atawhai l Ep 2

“I thought I was good at staying happy and seeing the best out of every situation. But I wasn’t really good at healing and dealing with…

Learn yoga with Christine | Mānawa Maiea te Atawhai | Ep 3

In this episode, we practice a yoga sequence in te reo Māori with Christine Russell.

Learn māuri tau mindful meditation with Te Aorangi | Mānawa Maiea te Atawhai | Ep 4

In this episode of Mānawa Maiea te Atawhai, we learn Māuri Tau, mindful meditation.

A youth worker shows us a day in their life helping homeless rangatahi in Auckland

Shiloh Mills is a youth worker helping young people experiencing homelessness in Tāmaki Makaurau.

The average house price in NZ is over $900k. Do you think you’ll ever own a home?

“When I was at school, I set a goal of owning a home by the time I was 25. Well, I’m older now and I’m not…

Two generations discuss their journeys with te reo Māori

Karen Leef and Joyce Kupe-Stephens sat down to to talk about their shared histories and struggles.

‘I don’t want rangatahi to have to fight for our reo’: 6 people on their hopes for te reo Māori

We spoke to 6 people in Te Whanganui-a-Tara, all at different stages of their reo journey.

NZ has around 19,000 homeless young people. Lockdown leaves them vulnerable to abuse and harm

It is estimated that half of New Zealand’s 41,000 homeless are under the age of 25.

Only 37% of young NZers think life is fair, compared to 54% of boomers

New research looks at the fairness of life between younger and older New Zealanders

We asked 8 rangatahi about their thoughts on racism

“That behaviour is very much alive in our country.”

‘It's hard without your family’: Teens tell us about living on Auckland's streets

Young and The Reckless is a new documentary about teens who lived on Auckland’s streets.

I use social media to advocate for Māori rights

“We’re able to bring awareness to issues in a single minute.”

Rangatahi like Safari Hynes are using their online voice to bring awareness to kaupapa around Aotearoa…

The Collective: The gig | Ep 8

Plans come crashing down when they realise they haven’t sold enough tickets for the gig. Will the rangatahi lose their trust in the mentors, after a…

The Collective: The downfall | Ep 7

Plans come crashing down when they realise they haven’t sold enough tickets for the gig. Will the rangatahi lose their trust in the mentors, after a…

The Collective: My body is mine | Ep 6

MC Tali takes a trip to the hood to school Trey and Jay in freestyle. With the help of Emma Dilemma, Iris has a breakthrough, while…

The Collective: The hood | Ep 5

Trey and Jay find new ways of rapping about hood life, no longer glorifying street pain? Laughton from Kora has the tools to help Mahima uncover…

The Collective: Our demons | Ep 4

Mataio explores the dark side of the music industry with hip hop duo No Comply. Iris reveals how her traumatic past has stolen her voice. Can…

The Collective: Pockets of gold | Ep 3

Hip hop legend Melodownz shares his top writing tips and things get real when they visit the gig venue. Amelia experiments with her musical identity to…

The Collective: Pressure makes diamonds | Ep 2

Tensions are high as it dawns on them just how much is involved in pulling off the gig. Mahima reveals the true depth of his emotional…