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Te Rarawa Iwi Update

June McCabe, Chair of Te Waka Pupuri Pūtea Te Rarawa updates us on the Iwi's ongoing projects & their goals for 2022
Jan. 14, 2022
Kuaka Mārangaranga

Te Tai Tokerau Water Trust Distribution Scheme

Dover Samuels talks to us about how and why the Te Tai Tokerau Water Trust was created
Oct. 22, 2021
Kuaka Mārangaranga

Ahuwhenua Young Farmers Award

Rito Tapuke speaks about the award which recognises young wāhine and tāne working hard on our sheep and beef farms.
Sept. 22, 2021
Kuaka Mārangaranga

Te Aupōuri Granted Aquifer Consent

Te Aupōuri has been granted consent to extract from the Aupōuri aquifer for horticulture, a decision that may be appealed by DoC
Sept. 6, 2021
Kuaka Mārangaranga

Being Māori Not a Hinderance to Homeownership - Report

Māori once dominated homeownership in NZ and new research from the University of Otago says culture isn't tied to homeownership
Aug. 8, 2021
Te Reo o te Rangatira

Strategy Reduces Prison Population by 24%

Minister of Corrections Kelvin Davis talks about what has been achieved with the Hōkai Rangi strategy
Aug. 3, 2021

Te Aupouri Considers Iwi Aquaculture

Te Rūnanga o Te Aupouri visited iwi-owned mussel farms in the Te Whakatōhea on a research trip. Lisa McNab shares more
July 11, 2021
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Māori Spectrum Claims Fight for Digital Future

The Māori Spectrum Claims call for reo and culture exposure across radio spectrums. A national hui is set for June 9 in Ōtaki
June 3, 2021
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Expanding Horticulture in Te Hiku

The New Zealand Horticulture Export Authority is visiting market gardens and orchard farms across Te Hiku to explore opportunity
June 1, 2021
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Independent by Māori for Māori Gallery a First

The Wairau Māori Art Gallery chairperson, Elizabeth Ellis says a dedicated Māori art gallery is set to open in Whangārei
April 18, 2021
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Te Hiku Iwi Growing Sustainable Employment Opportunities

TUPU is an initiative designed to grow sustainable employment opportunities in the vast fields of horticulture.
April 15, 2021

Tai Tokerau Business Awards Highlight Māori Success

Ngāti Kurī chair, Harry Burkhardt says there are many successful local Māori businesses emerging, especially in horticulture
March 17, 2021
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Ngāti Hine Purchases 6th Kiwifruit Orchard

The purchase of Ngāti Hine's newest orchard brings their kiwifruit footprint to more than 32 hectares
March 1, 2021

$18 Million for Community Creative Spaces

Arts, Culture and Heritage Minister, Carmel Sepuloni has announced $18 million to make arts more accessible in communities
Feb. 25, 2021
Te Reo o te Rangatira

Māori Entrepreneurs Showcase at Waitangi

Waitangi Day is a hotspot for rising Māori entrepreneurs keen to share their kaupapa Māori businesses with the world
Feb. 10, 2021

Footprints of Kupe Lead Ngāpuhi Forward

The history of Kupe has been brought to life at a new tourism venture in Hokianga, setting racist Cook discovery record straight
Dec. 16, 2020

First Responder Service Rebuild in Kaitaia

Red Cross NZ are looking to revive their Kaitaia Branch of volunteers
Dec. 5, 2020

Mana Whaikaha in a Māori World

On World Disability Day, we take a closer look at how the Māori community can be more inclusive of our whānau with disabilities
Dec. 3, 2020

Orchard Growing More Than Berries

Maungatapere Berries thinks of their team as whānau & encourages them to grow in the industry
Nov. 20, 2020

Bell Whānau Hand Taonga Back to Iwi

For over 30 years, as they worked the land, the Bell whānau unearthed many implements that they have now passed on Te Rarawa
Nov. 19, 2020

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