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Tangihanga Rersource a Success for Ngāti Whātua

Ngāti Whātua descendent Graham Tipene says a resource developed to assist whānau in running tangi has proven useful and popular
1 day ago in Taumatahanga

Nicole Hoey Receives NZ Mana Wāhine Award

Ngāti Kahu, Te Aupōuri descendent, Nicole Hoey has won the 2020 WIFT NZ Mana Wāhine Award for her service to Māori film and TV
1 day ago in Kuaka Mārangaranga

Ngāti Rēhia Hosts Waka Ama at Tapuaetahi

Te Karere Northland reporter, Harata Brown says the Pearl of the North Waka Ama regatta hosted by Ngāti Rēhia was a huge success
1 day ago in Kuaka Mārangaranga

Whānau Resilience Focus at Waitangi Confrence

Health workers from across NZ converged at Waitangi to put whānau voice at the centre of their services, Trudy Brown has more
1 day ago in Te Reo o te Rangatira

5g on Agenda for Iwi Chairs

Te Rarawa chairman Haami Piripi says a topic for discussion at next week's Iwi Chairs Forum is 5g and the environmental effects
2 days ago in Te Reo o te Rangatira

8 Weeks Until Christmas, Whānau Prepare

Hauraki correspondent Johnson Watene says whānau in Hauraki have begun preparations for Christmas
2 days ago in Te Reo o te Rangatira

Removing Stigma Surrounding Māori Men and Emotion

'Soften Up Bro' founder Hemi Kapa-Kingi says a panel of young Māori men have opened dialogue, normalising emotional expression
2 days ago in Kuaka Mārangaranga

Ownership Wrong Term When Dealing With Water

Tai Tokerau District Maori Council chair Rihari Dargaville says government must reframe the way water rights are considered
2 days ago in Te Reo o te Rangatira

Far North Council Votes Against Māori Wards

Professor Makere Mutu says not establishing Māori wards ignores Treaty obligations and racism fuels votes against them
2 days ago in Kuaka Mārangaranga

New NZ Fresh Water Commissioner Challenged

Former Māori Council chair Maanu Paul says Labour has the mandate and must take action on fresh water issues once and for all
2 days ago in Te Reo o te Rangatira

Food Forests for Environment and Well-being

Para Kore spokesperson Jared Hiakita is leading out the establishment of a food forest to enhance sustainable local food systems
2 days ago in Te Reo o te Rangatira

Māori Party Should Advise on Māori Issues

Te Aupōuri kuia Leni Kapa says that the Labour Party should work with the Māori Party to make better decisions for Māori
3 days ago in Te Reo o te Rangatira

Matapae Huarere me ngā āhuatanga o ngā tai

Weather & Tides 281020
4 days ago in Ngā Tohu

Calls for Rangatahi to Return to Marae

Ngāti Kura kaumātua Nau Epiha is encouraging the younger generations to return to their Marae and embrace te reo Māori
4 days ago in Te Reo o te Rangatira

He Maimai Aroha ki a Hirini Wikaira

Ngāpuhi kaumātua Ted Wihongi says the hapū of Te Hikutū, Te Pouka and Ngāti Wharara have farewelled their beloved Hirini Wikaira
4 days ago in Te Reo o te Rangatira

Ahipara Hosts Surfing NZ Māori Titles

Kehu Butler and Natasha Gouldsbury are the 2020 Surfing New Zealand Aotearoa Māori Titles Champions, Rōpata Matthews has more
4 days ago in Taumatahanga

Ngā Take o te Taitokerau PM

Northland Regional Māori News 271020
4 days ago in Ngā Take

Te Arawa Gift Peruperu Saplings to Hokianga

Māori astronomer Rereata Makiha is helping Te Arawa plant māra kai in alignment with maramataka and will receive tipu in return
4 days ago in Te Reo o te Rangatira

Rūnanga Aims to Put People's Needs First

Te Rūnanga o Ngāpuhi chair, Mere Mangu says the role of the rūnanga is to bring the aspirations of the iwi to fruition
4 days ago in Te Reo o te Rangatira

First Signs of Northland Drought Set In

Ngā Tirairaka o Ngāti Hine chair, Tohe Ashby is urging whānau to prepare for drought as water sources begin to run dry
4 days ago in Te Reo o te Rangatira