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Calibre of Māori Politicians High

Former Māori Council chair, Maanu Paul says voting is made more difficult for Māori due to so many high quality Māori candidates
10 hours ago in Kuaka Mārangaranga

Ngā Take o te Taitokerau PM

Northland Regional Māori News 011020
10 hours ago in Ngā Take

Ngā Take o te Taitokerau AM

Northland Regional Māori News 011020
16 hours ago in Ngā Take

Māori Representation in Whangārei Council

Te Kārearea Māori input governance group fight for stronger representation in local government. Aperehama Edwards has more
1 day ago in Kuaka Mārangaranga

Political Party Policies Fishing for Votes

Principal Mahia Nathan warns voters of political parties making empty promises before elections to gain votes
1 day ago in Kuaka Mārangaranga

Ngāti Kahu Hāpai Õ Project Continues

Professor Makere Mutu says that the Ngāti Kahu COVID-19 response, Te Hāpai Õ has pivoted to continue providing support to whānau
1 day ago in Kuaka Mārangaranga

E Tū Whānau $10K Song Comp Open

E Tū Whānau spokesperson Mikaira Pou is calling for song entries to promote whānau well-being
1 day ago in Kuaka Mārangaranga

Opportunity for Ngāti Porou in Te Hiku

Ngāti Porou correspondent, Maria Smith is encouraging Tai Rāwithi uri in Te Hiku to invest into water truck business being sold
1 day ago in Te Reo o te Rangatira

Political Awareness Key for Māori Futures

Education advocate Nau Epiha says the key to Māori success is immersing students in te ao Māori and teaching political awareness
1 day ago in Te Reo o te Rangatira

Have Labour Māori MP's Affected Change?

Political commentator Heeni Brown says Labour has taken credit for initiatives initiated by others, questions Māori MP impact
1 day ago in Te Reo o te Rangatira

Dr Warns Against Opening NZ Borders

More than 100,000 indigenous Tahitians expected to get COVID by end of year due to borders opening, Dr Rawiri Taonui has more
1 day ago in Te Reo o te Rangatira

Rongoā Māori in Stroke Prevention

Stroke is a leading causes of death for Māori. Tohunga rongoā Peter Kitchen shares traditional approaches to prevention
1 day ago in Kuaka Mārangaranga

Major Te Rarawa Water Project on Track

The Te Tupehau fresh water project set to store 350,000 litres is progressing well, launching end of year, says Haami Piripi
2 days ago in Kuaka Mārangaranga

Ngāti Wai Dispute MACA

Ngāti Hine uri, Huhana Lyndon says Ngāti Wai is against MACA and its prejudicial affects on customary marine and coastal rights
2 days ago in Kuaka Mārangaranga

Environment VS. Economy

According to Northland MP Matt King, the health of the environment is a byproduct of a thriving economy.
2 days ago in Rātū Tōrangapū

Health, Economy - Labour Priorities

Labour MP, Willow-Jean Prime says the most urgent issues in NZ are health and economy and believes Labour has the answers.
2 days ago in Rātū Tōrangapū

Council Policies Block Whenua Aspirations

Green Party Candidate Darlene Tana is pushing for more freedom across Northland for whānau to live on their land, on their own t
2 days ago in Rātū Tōrangapū

Kōrero Hākinakina me Huhana Pirini

He kōrero ngahau, he kōrero whakakatakata kei a Huhana Pirini e pā ana ki te kēmu rīki a te kapa Warriors.
2 days ago in Te Reo o te Rangatira

Hapū Fight for Mana Moana

The Waitangi Tribunal hearings into the Marine and Coastal Area (Takutai Moana) Act 2011 have begun at Whitiora Marae, Te Tii.
2 days ago in Te Reo o te Rangatira

Minister Jones Against Māori Media Sector Shift

Regional Economic Development Minister, Shane Jones says a main focus, if re-elected, will be opposing any merger for iwi radio
2 days ago in Rātū Tōrangapū