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Northland Regional Māori News 17 Pipiri
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Ngā Take o te Taitokerau PM

Northland Regional Māori News 16 Pipiri
19 hours ago in Ngā Take

Te Rarawa to Defend Women's Rugby Title

Once again, the Te Rarawa women's rugby team has made it to the Northland Rugby Premiership final and will face Moerewa
1 day ago in Te Reo o te Rangatira

Govt. Response to SNA Protest 'Not Enough'

Submissions on the Far North SNAs plan have now closed. However, protest co-ordinator, Rueben Taipari says the fight isn't over
1 day ago in Te Reo o te Rangatira

Teaching Northern Reo in Education Sector

Te Hiku Okoro is a language revitalisation initiative focussed on strengthening Te Tai Tokerau reo in the education sector
1 day ago in Kuaka Mārangaranga

Traumatic Impact of Racism on Māori

Racism is a key social determinant of health and driver of inequities. Professor Makere Mutu says racism must be stamped out
1 day ago in Kuaka Mārangaranga

Racism Should be Illegal in NZ

It's currently illegal to use hate speech publicly, however, racism online is easy to get away with. Penetaui Kleskovic has more
1 day ago in Kuaka Mārangaranga

Ngā Take o te Taitokerau PM

Northland Regional Māori News 15 Pipiri
1 day ago in Ngā Take

Partnership Shouldn't Need Protest Action

In 2021, Māori still have to march in the streets for inclusion in decisions affecting their land. Darlene Tana says it isn't OK
2 days ago in Te Reo o te Rangatira

Whakaaro Māori Must Lead Health Authority

A Māori health authority run by Māori academics who are disconnected from a Māori world view, won't work, says Maanu Paul
2 days ago in Te Reo o te Rangatira

Māori to Lead Global Peace Conference

The 2021 Global Peace Conference theme is 'Weaving a Shared Future Together''. Jerry Norman of Ngāti Kurī is opening the event
2 days ago in Kuaka Mārangaranga

Tackling Systemic Injustice Through Music

2020 E Tū Whānau Song Competition winner and Popstars NZ contestant, Te Ara Pounamu Pukeroa shares his musical journey
2 days ago in Kuaka Mārangaranga

Improving Te Reo in Education Workforce

Expressions of interest are open for the new, free Te Hiku Okoro program strengthening reo in NZ schools www.tehikuokoro.co.nz
2 days ago in Taumatahanga

30% of Hauraki Considered SNA

Despite opposition to SNAs being led largely across Northland, it's not the only region affected. Johnson Watene shares more
2 days ago in Te Reo o te Rangatira

Māori Land Ownership vs. Belonging

The relationship between Māori and their land is deeper than ownership, it's belonging. This must be considered in policy
2 days ago in Te Reo o te Rangatira

Excluding Iwi in Environmental Planning a Misstep

Traditional Māori conservation practices have protected the environment in NZ for decades, Govt. could learn from iwi
3 days ago in Te Reo o te Rangatira

Keeping Fire Safe During Winter

Electric blankets, heaters and fires can be risky and must be checked. Fire and Emergency NZ spokesperson, Albert Cash has more
3 days ago in Kuaka Mārangaranga

Pikihuia Awards 2021 Finalists Announced

The Pikihuia awards recognise aspiring Māori writers, of 150 entries, 18 finalists were named. Winners announced September 25
3 days ago in Kuaka Mārangaranga

Treaty Partnership Requires Communication

Ngāti Kurī chair, Harry Burkhardt says Govt. has realised they got it wrong on SNAs, but hapū and iwi need formal communication
3 days ago in Kuaka Mārangaranga

Funds Raised to Restore Ahipara Church

The 150 year old church received funding from the Te Hiku Community Board to be restored. Committee chair John Paitai has more
4 days ago in Kuaka Mārangaranga