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New Oranga Tamariki Legislation Being Written

Oranga Tamariki advisory board member, Dame Naida Glavish says the long awaited reform will be finished in September
1 year, 2 months

Matariki Setting and Tangihanga

As Matariki sets with the sun and the Māori new year ends, Pawarenga kuia Huhana Pirini says there has been an increase in tangi
1 year, 2 months

Indigenous Research Key to Protecting Environment

A charitable trust is being established to support indigenous environmental research and continue the legacy of Ramari Stewart
1 year, 2 months

Oranga Tamariki Reform Delayed

Changes to child protection law have been delayed by 6 months. Te Rarawa chair, Haami Piripi says tamariki well-being is urgent
1 year, 2 months

Reviving Te Reo Through Kapa Haka

Hauraki correspondent, Johnson Watene is a kapa haka tutor and says reo is strengthened in students who participate in kapa haka
1 year, 2 months

Making Te Reo Māori Fun Accelerates Learning

Ngāti Kura kaumātua, Nau Epiha says a clear sign that his students are grasping what he says is when they are amused & engaged
1 year, 2 months

Who in NZ Can Get the COVID-19 Vaccine?

Kuia, kaumātua and their whānau, frontline workers, residents in aged care and all over 50's are eligible for vaccination
1 year, 2 months

Māori Council Key for Advocacy

Maanu Paul says the Māori Council has been a strong voice for Māori issues and leadership is key for the continuation of this
1 year, 2 months

Whānau Seeking Rongoā for Loneliness

Rongoā expert, Peter Kitchen says the Kaitaia rongoā clinic is attracting people who are looking for someone to talk to
1 year, 2 months

Rongoā Clinics Popular With Non-Māori

Rongoā expert, Tohe Ashby says the benefits of rongoā Māori are becoming increasingly popular amongst non-Māori in Te Hiku
1 year, 2 months

Lack of Sleep Linked With Chronic Disease

Ongoing sleep deficiency is linked to with chronic disease such as heart disease, diabetes and obesity. Heeni Brown has more
1 year, 3 months

Hauraki Prepares for Cultural Festival

Hauraki correspondent, Johnson Watene says schools from across Coromandel are getting ready for their regional haka competition
1 year, 3 months

Iwi Discuss Treaty Partnership in NZ Governance

Iwi chairs discussed the need to keep Govt. accountable on the development of Māori Health Authority. Haami Piripi has more
1 year, 3 months

Restrictions on Travel From Very High Risk Countries

Māori Council leader, Maanu Paul says New Zealanders living in high risk countries should be allowed to travel home
1 year, 3 months

Rongoā Māori Approach to Diabetes

Rongoā expert, Tohe Ashby says a rongoā Māori approach is steeped in prevention and returning to traditional nourishment
1 year, 3 months

To Soon to Allow Cruise-liners in to NZ

Ngāpuhi kaumātua, Rihari Dargaville says regardless of the travel bubbles with AUS and Rarotonga, cruise-liners are too risky
1 year, 3 months

Auckland Water Shortage Continues

With less than normal rain fall across the country for this time of year, Auckland is still being urged to conserve water
1 year, 3 months

AUS-NZ Bubble Continues to Reunite Whānau

Pawarenga kuia, Huhana Pirini has whānau visiting her from Brisbane who travelled quarantine-free due to the travel bubble
1 year, 3 months

Doubts Māori Able to Run Health Authority 'Racist'

Dame Naida Glavish says it's about time the system stepped aside for Māori-led health and resistance to this is racism
1 year, 3 months

Adapting Tikanga Key to Succession

Lisa McNab of Ngāti Kahu says many people realised that tikanga adapts during COVID. Wainui is having wānanga to go over tikanga
1 year, 3 months

Māori Are Capable of Running Own Health Authority

Hauraki correspondent, Johnson Watene says criticism that Māori aren't capable of running their own health system is non-sense
1 year, 3 months

Ngāwhā Asked to Reconsider Pricing for Te Hiku Residents

Kaumātua living north of the Hokianga and Whangaroa wards will pay $13.50 for entry. Rihari Dargaville says this is too much
1 year, 3 months

New Ngāwhā Pricing Sparks Online Debate

Rates for uri and locals are $6 per adult but visiting adults will pay $34. Heeni Brown says it's fair as taonga must be valued
1 year, 3 months

ANZAC Spirit Must Remain in NZ-AUS Relationship

Te Rarawa chair, Haami Piripi says with our shared history, NZ & AUS should work together more effectively on deportation issues
1 year, 3 months

Living Memory of WW1 Veteran

Te Kao kuia, Aunty Leni Kapa shares her memories of the world wars and the experience of her father who fought in WW1
1 year, 3 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.

New Oranga Tamariki Legislation Being Written

Oranga Tamariki advisory board member, Dame Naida Glavish says the long awaited reform will be finished in September
1 year, 2 months

Matariki Setting and Tangihanga

As Matariki sets with the sun and the Māori new year ends, Pawarenga kuia Huhana Pirini says there has been an increase in tangi
1 year, 2 months

Indigenous Research Key to Protecting Environment

A charitable trust is being established to support indigenous environmental research and continue the legacy of Ramari Stewart
1 year, 2 months

Oranga Tamariki Reform Delayed

Changes to child protection law have been delayed by 6 months. Te Rarawa chair, Haami Piripi says tamariki well-being is urgent
1 year, 2 months

Reviving Te Reo Through Kapa Haka

Hauraki correspondent, Johnson Watene is a kapa haka tutor and says reo is strengthened in students who participate in kapa haka
1 year, 2 months

Making Te Reo Māori Fun Accelerates Learning

Ngāti Kura kaumātua, Nau Epiha says a clear sign that his students are grasping what he says is when they are amused & engaged
1 year, 2 months

Who in NZ Can Get the COVID-19 Vaccine?

Kuia, kaumātua and their whānau, frontline workers, residents in aged care and all over 50's are eligible for vaccination
1 year, 2 months

Māori Council Key for Advocacy

Maanu Paul says the Māori Council has been a strong voice for Māori issues and leadership is key for the continuation of this
1 year, 2 months

Whānau Seeking Rongoā for Loneliness

Rongoā expert, Peter Kitchen says the Kaitaia rongoā clinic is attracting people who are looking for someone to talk to
1 year, 2 months

Rongoā Clinics Popular With Non-Māori

Rongoā expert, Tohe Ashby says the benefits of rongoā Māori are becoming increasingly popular amongst non-Māori in Te Hiku
1 year, 2 months

Lack of Sleep Linked With Chronic Disease

Ongoing sleep deficiency is linked to with chronic disease such as heart disease, diabetes and obesity. Heeni Brown has more
1 year, 3 months

Hauraki Prepares for Cultural Festival

Hauraki correspondent, Johnson Watene says schools from across Coromandel are getting ready for their regional haka competition
1 year, 3 months

Iwi Discuss Treaty Partnership in NZ Governance

Iwi chairs discussed the need to keep Govt. accountable on the development of Māori Health Authority. Haami Piripi has more
1 year, 3 months

Restrictions on Travel From Very High Risk Countries

Māori Council leader, Maanu Paul says New Zealanders living in high risk countries should be allowed to travel home
1 year, 3 months

Rongoā Māori Approach to Diabetes

Rongoā expert, Tohe Ashby says a rongoā Māori approach is steeped in prevention and returning to traditional nourishment
1 year, 3 months

To Soon to Allow Cruise-liners in to NZ

Ngāpuhi kaumātua, Rihari Dargaville says regardless of the travel bubbles with AUS and Rarotonga, cruise-liners are too risky
1 year, 3 months

Auckland Water Shortage Continues

With less than normal rain fall across the country for this time of year, Auckland is still being urged to conserve water
1 year, 3 months

AUS-NZ Bubble Continues to Reunite Whānau

Pawarenga kuia, Huhana Pirini has whānau visiting her from Brisbane who travelled quarantine-free due to the travel bubble
1 year, 3 months

Doubts Māori Able to Run Health Authority 'Racist'

Dame Naida Glavish says it's about time the system stepped aside for Māori-led health and resistance to this is racism
1 year, 3 months

Adapting Tikanga Key to Succession

Lisa McNab of Ngāti Kahu says many people realised that tikanga adapts during COVID. Wainui is having wānanga to go over tikanga
1 year, 3 months

Māori Are Capable of Running Own Health Authority

Hauraki correspondent, Johnson Watene says criticism that Māori aren't capable of running their own health system is non-sense
1 year, 3 months

Ngāwhā Asked to Reconsider Pricing for Te Hiku Residents

Kaumātua living north of the Hokianga and Whangaroa wards will pay $13.50 for entry. Rihari Dargaville says this is too much
1 year, 3 months

New Ngāwhā Pricing Sparks Online Debate

Rates for uri and locals are $6 per adult but visiting adults will pay $34. Heeni Brown says it's fair as taonga must be valued
1 year, 3 months

ANZAC Spirit Must Remain in NZ-AUS Relationship

Te Rarawa chair, Haami Piripi says with our shared history, NZ & AUS should work together more effectively on deportation issues
1 year, 3 months

Living Memory of WW1 Veteran

Te Kao kuia, Aunty Leni Kapa shares her memories of the world wars and the experience of her father who fought in WW1
1 year, 3 months