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The Voice of Pacific Women

The Voice of Pacific Women Network Group is made up of an enthusiastic team of Pacific women who are working together to promote good health and address other issues of importance to Pacific communities.

The Voice of Pacific Women first started broadcasting on Friday 20 October 2000 and the radio programme is still on air every second Friday at 10am.  The original presenters were Guinevere Newport and Lupe Tuulua from Diabetes Life Education. Other Pacific women have come and gone over the years but currently in the fold are Diane Fenika and Gaseilevao Faletolu-Toaiva

This show aims to improve the health of Pacific people, specifically women, through promotion of healthy lifestyle messages with a focus on nutrition and physical activity.

"We're very proud of the fact that the programme won an Achievement Award at a Plains FM Anniversary ceremony in 2001" Kathy Palmer, long-time presenter.

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Host: Diane Fenika and Gaseilevao (Nas) Faletolu-Toaiva Category: Various Language: English Website: Visit Programme Website Email: info@plainsfm.org.nz

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This programme is sponsored by:
Ministry of Pacific Peoples

The Ministry for Pacific Peoples is the Crown’s principal advisor on policies and interventions that improve outcomes for Pacific Peoples. We are here to ensure the success of our Pacific young people flowing through the pipeline from early childhood education (ECE), to schooling, tertiary education and finally the workforce, entrepreneurship and their own families
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