Warrant of Fitness

Monday 21 January 2013, 8.00 pm on Maori Television

Hands-on health information from a Maori perspective. Tonight: Tissa enlists the support of Te Hotu Manawa Maori to help her plan a healthy and affordable kai strategy for her whanau.

Monday 14 January 2013, 8.00 pm on Maori Television

Heart Disease sufferer Max Ihaka attempts to cycle the length of New Zealand to raise awareness and funds for research into prevention of heart disease. (REPEAT)

Monday 07 January 2013, 8.00 pm on Maori Television

Hands-on health information from a Maori perspective. Tonight: Wally has been homeless for six years and it’s time to make some changes. He’s tried to get off the streets before. Will he succeed this time? (REPEAT)

Monday 31 December 2012, 8.00 pm on Maori Television

Hands-on health information from a Maori perspective. 36 year old mother Angela Taituma and her family are trying to raise $72,000 to treat Angela’s rare and aggressive breast cancer.

Tuesday September 28 at 8.00 PM on Maori Television

Hands-on health information from a Maori perspective. Tonight: The final episode looks back at some special stories from the series.

Tuesday September 14 at 8.00 PM on Maori Television

Hands-on health information from a Maori perspective. Tonight: Tuiora exists because of a belief that the best people to look after the health of Taranaki iwi are Taranaki iwi.

Tuesday August 31 at 8.00 PM on Maori Television

Hands-on health information from a Maori perspective. Tonight, the team tackles heart disease, the leading single cause of death for Maori women, which kills four times as many wahine as breast cancer.

Tuesday July 20 at 8.00 PM on Maori Television

Hands-on health information from a Maori perspective, as individuals share their personal stories. Tonight: Heart disease sufferer Max Ihaka attempts to cycle the length of Aotearoa to raise awareness and funds for research into preventing heart disease.

Tuesday July 6 at 8.00 PM on Maori Television

Series premiere! Hands-on health information from a Maori perspective. Tonight: 36-year-old mother Angela Taituma and her whanau are trying to raise $72,000 to treat Angela’s rare and aggressive breast cancer.

Tuesday November 3 at 9.30 PM on Maori Television

Health information series from a Maori perspective, presented by Lance O’Sullivan and Dr Lily Fraser. Tonight: One south Auckland company is taking a positive approach to promote health and safety.