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Kapa Haka Back in Full Swing

For almost two years kapa haka events were cancelled and postponed, now events are popping up ready to get back into it
1 week

Self Sustainability is The Key to Better Future

It's no secret that growing and gathering kai is beneficial to all. Now is the time to take the "wero" seriously.
1 week, 2 days

Kaupapa: Te Mana Tino Rangatira

Bundy Waitai (Ngāti Kuri) talks about Te Whakaputanga o te Rangatiratanga wānanga this October
1 week, 2 days

Ngā Take o Ngai Takoto

Utilising our whenua to grow our own kai.
1 week, 2 days

Gardening is a Learning Experience

Betsy Young has been teaching her whānau about gardening and some of the simple things may allow your garden to thrive
1 week, 3 days

Campaigning For Mayor

As the deadline approaches, Moko Tepania is out and about talking to whānau about what his vision for Te Hiku.
1 week, 3 days

He Poroporoaki ki a Mere Hape

A big loss for Ngāpuhi as the Iwi farewells Mere Hape. Wiremu Smith pays respect to her and her whānau.
2 weeks, 1 day

Allergies and Allergic Reactions

Spring time is prime time for allergies to spread leading to a diverse range of symptoms
2 weeks, 1 day

Rangatahi Struggling as Many Turn to Ram Raids

Longer days ahead of us as spring takes full effect with daylight savings kicks in this Sunday.
2 weeks, 2 days

Te Aupouri Uri Face of Aotearoa in London

Homegrown journalist, Harata Brown, is in London covering the late Queens tangihanga
2 weeks, 2 days

Utilizing Technology

Rangatahi and social media have made communication easier and efficient - getting kaumātua on board is the next step
2 weeks, 2 days

Old School Sustainability

Encouraging whānau to rely on the taiao that provides all necessities as apposed to relying on stores
2 weeks, 2 days

The Face of Colonization

As many mourn the loss of Queen Elizabeth II, indigenous people around the world are reminded of the
2 weeks, 2 days

A Trip in Time

Taking a trip through history to find a hononga (connection) to the British Crown
2 weeks, 2 days

Te Mana o Te Reo Māori

The mana within te reo is strong enough to withstand an attempt to eradicate it's existence.
3 weeks, 1 day

Spring Time Hay Fever

Hay fever affects 20-25% of the population and spring is the worst time of year for symptoms
3 weeks, 1 day

Whānau Escaping to the Islands Post Pandemic

While on holiday in Rarotonga, John Paitai has made contact with whānau from Te Taitokerau
3 weeks, 2 days

Navigating the Appointment of King Charles III

Indigenous people around the globe are conflicted with the appointment of a new monarch when many did not favor the Crown
3 weeks, 2 days

Tangata Whenua Natural Protectors

Funding for biodiversity key to uplifting haukāinga employment rates
1 month

Reconnecting to Taranaki

Growing up, Peter Kitchen didn't spend much time in his mothers haukāinga.
1 month

Pot holes and broken tarseal: Biggest network of metal roads

Concerns over roading still remain a priority: Dave Collard is standing for re-election in the FNDC council elections
1 month, 3 weeks

Further Work Needs To Be Done By Councils

Resource Management Act remains an important issue for us in the north
1 month, 3 weeks

Sports Highlights and Commentary

Tame Te Rangi joins Girlie Clark for the update on the weeks sports games and what is to come in the next game for the AB's
1 month, 3 weeks

The History Of Pine Trees On The Aupōuri Peninsula

Peter Lucas Jones: Lupin, Marram Grass and Pinua Radiata all contributed to strengthening the marginal land
2 months

My Te Reo Māori Journey

Moko Tepania reflects on who/what the main contributors were in his life that helped grow his Te Reo Māori
2 months

Te Hōtaka o Pā Kelly

E hakapāhotia i ngā kōrero o ngā kaumātua me ngā kuia puta noa o te Taitokerau e hāngaitia ana ki ngā take e tāmia nei ki a tātou te iwi Māori. 7am - 9am ia rā o te wīki Mane ki te Paraire.