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Northland Doctors Learn Rongoā Māori

Doctors working in Muriwhenua attended a rongoā wānanga at Te Uri o Hina Marae, Ahipara. Rongoā expert, Kumeroa Gregory has more
2 days ago in Kuaka Mārangaranga

How Can Māori Protect Rongoā IP?

Hone Witana of Te Aupōuri says growing interest of the health sector into rongoā makes protecting intellectual property urgent
2 days ago in Kuaka Mārangaranga

Pā Wars to Bring Hauraki Marae Together

Pare Hauraki marae are preparing to gather in Paeroa for the annual Hauraki Pā Wars. Johnson Watene has more
2 days ago in Te Reo o te Rangatira

Calls for Atua Māori Recognition in New RMA

Former Māori Council chair Maanu Paul says natural resource protection in te ao Māori is captured within atua Māori narratives
2 days ago in Te Reo o te Rangatira

Whānau Encouraged to Become Self-Sufficient

Advocate for sustainable living, Jared Hiakita says the Kai Ora Fund is a great support for whānau to achieve food sovereignty
2 days ago in Te Reo o te Rangatira

Matapae Huarere me ngā āhuatanga o ngā tai

Weather & Tides 190221
2 days ago in Ngā Tohu

Mōkau Marae to Reopen After 7-Year Closure

Mōkau Marae will rise once again from the ashes, something Ngāti Wai hapū Te Uri o Hikihiki have long awaited
2 days ago in Haukāinga

School Rolls Plummet Amidst Housing Crisis

Te Tai Tokerau Principals Association president, Pat Newman says the housing crisis is causing mass disengagement from education
3 days ago in Taumatahanga

Ngāpuhi in Auckland Cut Off From Kāinga

60% of Ngāpuhi uri live in Auckland and COVID-19 has prevented many from going home. Ngāpuhi chair, Wane Wharerau has more
3 days ago in Taumatahanga

Tomorrow People Drop New Song 'Just a Little Bit'

Aotearoa sunshine reggae band Tomorrow People have released the first of a series of 12 new songs to be released this year
3 days ago in Taumatahanga

Supporting Māori Studying Mental Health

Te Rau Puawai is providing scholarships to students pursuing qualifications in Māori mental health. Prof. Te Kani Kingi has more
3 days ago in Kuaka Mārangaranga

Too Soon for Aucklanders to Travel North

Tai Tokerau Border Control spokesperson, Rueben Taipari says the roads in and out of Auckland have been reopened prematurely
3 days ago in Kuaka Mārangaranga

Funeral Directors Seek Essential Worker Status

Tame Te Rangi of Ngāti Whātua says funeral directors have been stopped from moving across restricted borders due to their status
3 days ago in Kuaka Mārangaranga

Kai Ora Fund Applications Open

Northland councils, health services and MSD have partnered to make funds available to groups to strengthen food security
3 days ago in Te Reo o te Rangatira

Whānau Encouraged to Trust Māori Doctors on COVID-19 Vaccines

Te Rarawa chair, Haami Piripi says iwi must trust their own medical professionals in regards to the safety of COVID-19 vaccines
3 days ago in Te Reo o te Rangatira

Matapae Huarere me Ngā Āhuatanga o Ngā Tai

Weather & Tides 18/02/21
3 days ago in Ngā Tohu

Calls for Govt Action on Major Health Issues

Dr. Lance O'Sullivan says the same urgency used to address COVID-19 must be applied to tackle other major health issues in NZ
4 days ago in Kuaka Mārangaranga

Te Tiriti Approach to Homelessness

Dr Keri Lawson-Te Aho has developed a framework for taking action on Māori homelessness in Aotearoa focussed on rangatiratanga
4 days ago in Kuaka Mārangaranga

Hope for Māori Wards in 2021 Local Elections

Northland MP, Willow-Jean Prime says the Māori Select Committee is working towards a law change before the 2021 local elections
4 days ago in Kuaka Mārangaranga

Conserving Water a Way of Life for Māori

Te Kao kuia, Leni Kapa says when water was scarce in the past she'd bathe in the river at dawn when the water was warm
4 days ago in Te Reo o te Rangatira