Oct. 20, 2022, 12:24 p.m.
There's mountains of mahi ahead of newly appointed councilors as they assume their roles in an attempt to bring better infrastructure, resources and kōtahitanga. Peter-Lucas Jones (Te Hiku o te Ika) says "there's a lot of work ahead of Regional and District councils" as he focuses on Iwi involvement areas such as Te Oneroa a Tohe Beach Board and recognising the mahi that has to be done for Iwi to maintain kaitiakitanga with wai.
History made as new Mangakahia Area School principal Maria Dunn is school's first Māori head
Moko Tepania is overwhelmed by the support by the region as masses convened on Te Whare Rūnanga to celebrate Māori in Council
The Northland Taniwha squad took on a lot more than they bargained for and are better for it!
He Pānui nā te whānau Jones: The hura kōhatu of Munro Peter Jones will be taking place this long weekend