Navigating the Rural Way of Life

Sept. 20, 2022, 11:32 a.m.

The Far North District Council has failed to maintain a good repour with some iwi in Te Hiku o Te Ika. Makere Mutu (Ngati Kahu) encourages whānau that are going for council positions to do it for the right reasons.

As for the roading situation, Muriwhenua is essentially cut off from the rest of Aotearoa when it rains. Drivers have to utilize SH10 and Broadwood while Mangamuka is being assessed for damages. Ngati Kahu believe Maunga Taniwha is long overdue for a break and moving forward developers need to know where the wāhi tapu are and adhere to local tikanga.

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