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Tai Tokerau Kura Growing Future Taumata

Ngāti Kura kaumātua, Nau Epiha works at Te Kura Kaupapa Māori o Kaikohe and says the future taumata of Te Tai Tokerau is strong
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Hihi Community Mourns Loss of Kuia in Fire

Fatal blazes took the lives of 3 women in 1 day across NZ. Fire danger still exists in cold and NZ is being urged to stay safe
2 days, 3 hours

Funding Boost for Youth Work Program He Poutama Rangatahi

Rural youth support organisations will receive more funding. Social Development & Employment Minister Carmel Sepuloni has more
3 days, 19 hours

Preserving Tikanga of Grave Digging

The job of grave diggers in te ao Māori is of upmost importance, however, there's a shortage of people stepping in to this role
3 days, 19 hours

Easing Burden of Epilepsy on Whānau Māori

Dr Ngaire Keenan says the rate of epilepsy in tamariki Māori is higher than in other groups, her research focuses on prevention
3 days, 20 hours

Taiao Clothing Funds Tertiary Wānanga

University students of Ngāpuhi descent will receive support in their studies at a wānanga funded by Tahunakura Trust
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Te Rawhitiroa Bosch to Host Talk at Waitangi

One of Māoridoms most accomplished photographers, Rawhitiroa Bosch is hosting a talk at his Waitangi exhibition on May 20
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Māori Wards Win Lifts Weight for FNDC Māori Councillor

Far North District Councillor, Moko Tepania advocated relentlessly for Māori wards in his district. His efforts have paid off
6 days, 18 hours

Kohekohe Rongoā Promotes Fertility

Kumeroa Gregory of Te Rārawa says wairākau kohekohe flushes toxins in the puku and traditionally helped wāhine conceive
6 days, 18 hours

Māori Wards: The Changing Face of NZ Governance

Far North District Councillor, Felicity Foy says iwi representation and Māori Wards are part of a shift towards NZ co-governance
6 days, 18 hours

Northland Secondary Schools Set to Take Haka Stage

Bay of Islands College will kick off the Tōkihi Ki Tua / Tai Tokerau Festival in Whangārei on May 11. Ropata Diamond has more
6 days, 22 hours

Budget 2021 to Put Price on Māori Health Authority

Govt's budget announcement will take place in 2 weeks. Questions remain around how much investment Māori health will receive
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Ngātiwai Welcomes New CEO

The pōwhri of Huhana Lyndon has taken place at Whangaruru and the iwi is pleased to have her as CEO. Aperahama Edwards has more
1 week, 1 day

Te Rarawa Looks Into Opening an Iwi Bank

Te Rarawa chair, Haami Piripi says the iwi is looking into the viability of opening an independent financial institution
1 week, 1 day

Land Court Records, Names a Barrier for Māori Land Owners

Henare Kingi, MNZM says the land court system has caused confusion where whakapapa and whenua Māori is concerned
1 week, 1 day

Māori Year Winds Down

Maramataka expert, Rueben Taipari says as the Māori year begins to wind down, he's preparing for the new year and for Matariki
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By Māori, for Māori - The Way Forward

Race Relations Commissioner, Meng Foon says the time has come for the tides to turn on Māori health equity
1 week, 1 day

NZ Travel 'Red List' May Need to Grow

Travel suspension with India, even for citizens, due to COVID cases at the border may need to extend to other countries
1 week, 1 day

FNDC Reconsiders Māori Wards

Far North District Councillor, Moko Tepania says they are the only council left of all of Northland yet to establish Māori wards
1 week, 2 days

Tai Tokerau Iwi Show Up to Back Māori Wards

The volume of support for Māori wards in the Far North District has pushed the matter across the line, a win for Te Tai Tokerau
1 week, 2 days

Iwi, DOC to Work Together in Te Hiku

Te Rarawa chair, Haami Piripi says a new agreement has been reached between Te Hiku iwi and the Department of Conservation
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Food in Schools Rolls Out in Kaitaia

TKKM o Pukemiro, Kaitaia College, Kaitaia Primary and Pukepoto School will receive free lunches under a new initiative
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He Maimai Aroha ki a Sue Rihari

Matiu Kingi of Te Rarawa pays tribute to Sue Rihari from Dargaville who sadly passed away last week
1 week, 3 days

Cabinet to Consider Implementation of UNDRIP

Professor Makere Mutu says Māori Development Minister Willie Jackson is taking the UNDRIP to Cabinet following dialogue with iwi
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Longest Serving Indigenous Bishop Honoured

Te Kitohi (Kito) Wiremu Pikaahu, ONZM has been celebrated by the Anglican community in Auckland. Fran Hokianga has more
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