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Courage in Māori Learning Te Reo

Heeni Brown of Te Aupōuri raises her children in te reo. Her husband has taken a step of courage and has started his reo journey
3 days, 18 hours

Self-Determination Key to Well-being

Rongoā expert, Peter Kitchen provides rongoā services at Te Waka Hauora and shares insight into key factors of Māori well-being
3 days, 19 hours

Kaumātua Urges Better Transitioning for Northland Inmates

Ngāpuhi kaumātua, Rihari Dargaville says the Northland Corrections Facility is on Māori land and this must reflect in practice
3 days, 19 hours

Rent to Own the Way Forward

Te Kao kuia, Tireiniamu Kapa says in her day, home ownership was possible for Māori but rent to own options are the way forward
3 days, 19 hours

Relocatable Rent to Own Solution to Housing Crisis

Tairāwhiti hapū have partnered with govt. to create affordable housing - relocatable rent to own homes. Peeni Henare shares more
5 days, 21 hours

Solutions for Ngāpuhi Lie Within the People

Lack of housing was a key issue raised at the Ngāpuhi iwi hui at Otiria. Rueben Taipari says collective skills can fix this
5 days, 21 hours

Tamariki Reluctant to Leave Pawarenga

Pawarenga kuia, Huhana Pirini says some of her mokopuna live in the city but love the kāinga, leaving reluctantly after holidays
5 days, 22 hours

Whenua Divides, Te Reo Unites

Ngāti Kura kaumātua, Nau Epiha says land issues and politics separates hapū and iwi, however, te reo Māori brings them together
5 days, 23 hours

"Time for Next Generation to Lead Ngāpuhi"

Leadership is key in reaching resolution when it comes to iwi decision making. Penetaui Kleskovic says it's time for succession
5 days, 23 hours

Muriwhenua to Meet With MP's

Te Rarawa chair, Haami Piripi provides an update on iwi issues as well as a meeting with Ministers of Parliament this week
6 days, 23 hours

Māori Must Persevere With Treaty Claims

Many treaty claims span across decades but still aren't resolved. Dame Naida Glavish says the fight for Māori rights continues
6 days, 23 hours

Ngāpuhi Hui at Otiria Brings Iwi Together

Ngāpuhi kaumātua, Rihari Dargaville says the hui held at Otiria highlighted the need to focus on strengthening iwi connection
6 days, 23 hours

Unique Kai Māori in Te Tai Tokerau

Te Kao kuia, Leni Kapa says mutton-bird in Te Tai Tokerau isn't called tītī, it's called ōī. She shares northern kai secrets
1 week

Categorizing Mana by Gender a Colonized Concept

Ngāti Awa kaumātua, Maanu Paul says the mana of wāhine and tāne was equal pre-colonization and women were never subordinate
1 week

Pukepoto to Plant 3000 Native Trees

Ngā Hapū o Pukepoto have secured funding to plant 3000 trees over the next 2 years. FNDC Councillor Felicity Foy has more
1 week

Mokopuna Holidays Come to an End

Pawarenga kuia, Huhana Pirini says she's had 7 mokopuna visit her in the holidays and they've now left to prepare for term 3
1 week

Getting the COVID-19 Vaccine - Review

Mike Smith of Ngāti Kurī shares his experience of receiving the COVID-19 vaccine, encourages whānau to consider it
1 week

The Importance of Tāne, Wāhine Duality

Ngāti Kura kaumātua, Nau Epiha says mana isn't defined by gender, it's upheld by all and shines when tāne/wāhine together
1 week

Ngāti Hine Mourns Te Aurere Beazley

Te Aurere Beazley (nee Cherrington) was an old girl of Queen Victoria and will be sorely missed. Pita Tipene pays tribute to her
1 week

Calls for Climate Change Leadership

Climate change is a pressing issue, Ngāpuhi kaumātua Rihari Dargaville says whānau need actionable solutions and information
1 week

Fight for Hapū Rangatiratanga Continues

The longstanding debate around iwi vs hapū mandate for Māori issues continues. Rueben Taipari shares more
1 week

Rising Wāhine Leadership in Te Ao Māori

Ngāpuhi, Ngāti Hine kaumātua, Tohe Ashby says Māori have long been a matriarchal society and female leadership is on the rise
1 week

Strengthening Te Whare Tapu o Ngāpuhi

Ngāti Hine kaumātua, Te Waihoroi Shortland says after being split by crown process, it's time for Ngāpuhi to come back together
1 week

Decolonizing Gender Roles

Ngāti Awa kaumātua, Maanu Paul says when he was a child, his father was the cook and his mother, as the child-bearer, was tapu
1 week, 4 days

Native Reo Speaker Shares Historical Kōrero

Te Kao kuia, Leni Kapa says when her dad didn't get home in time for tea, her mum would say "he kōtore moana anō aini ngā kai"
2 weeks

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