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Support For Marae-based COVID Vaccination Grows

Māori Council leader, Maanu Paul says vaccination clinics at marae are a step in the right direction to protect whānau Māori
1 day, 11 hours

Calls for Surplus Food Donations

Many in Te Hiku are struggling with food and housing. The Kaitaia pātaka kai is calling for donations to support those in need
1 day, 11 hours

New Māori Art Structures Planned in Ahipara

Two new Māori art structures depicting local stories will go up at the Ahipara entrance and on Roma Rd. Lisa McNab has more
1 day, 11 hours

Designing Messaging for Whānau Around COVID-19 Immunisation

Strategic communications advisor, Heeni Brown says comms experts are working on messaging to be distributed about immunisation
5 days, 12 hours

Wellington Phoenix Support in Far North

Pawarenga kuia, Huhana Pirini throws her support behind the Wellington Phoenix who beat Western United Football Club 3-2 at home
5 days, 12 hours

Rain Brings Tuna Heke Across Northland

The new Whiro moon took place over the weekend and heavy rain fell making conditions perfect for eels to migrate to sea to spawn
6 days, 2 hours

Demand for Kai Donations High in Kaitaia

Kaitaia OTC community group manager, Trudy Brown is calling for Kaitaia whānau to donate any surplus food to the pātaka kai
6 days, 19 hours

Iwi, Health Board Work Together on Vaccine Plan

Hauraki correspondent, Johnson Watene says Pare Hauraki has met with the Waikato DHB to plan the roll out of COVID-19 vaccines
1 week, 3 days

COVID-19 Vaccine Misinformation Continues to Spread

COVID-19 vaccinations causing haemorrhaging overseas are not the vaccines being used in New Zealand. Maanu Paul shares more
1 week, 3 days

New Law Allows Councils to Write Off Rates Arrears

Land and rating laws have seen Māori land loss across NZ since 1920 due to council on-sale, the new law change will address this
1 week, 3 days

Iwi Meet to Eliminate Family Violence

Te Rarawa chair, Haami Piripi says iwi, community and services gathered in Wellington to continue efforts to end family harm
1 week, 3 days

Stories of Ngāti Hine - Te Waihoroi Shortland

Te Waihoroi Shortland of Ngāti Hine shares stories of whakapapa and memories of growing up in the kāinga
1 week, 3 days

Land Productivity Shouldn't Affect Iwi Holding

Len Bristowe of Ngāti Hine says iwi forestry land shouldn't be taken if in 5 years business isn't thriving
1 week, 4 days

More Needed to Incorporate Reo in Schools

Ngāti Kura kaumātua, Nau Epiha says schooling has shifted since he was punished for speaking Māori but more needs to be done
1 week, 5 days

Balancing Rongoā and Western Medicine

Rongoā expert, Tohe Ashby says western medicine and rongoā Māori can be used together to improve the health of whānau
1 week, 5 days

Revitalising Reo Associated With Mahinga Kai

Rereata Makiha says losing traditional food practices means reo associated with it has also been lost and both must be revived
1 week, 5 days

Easter Road Toll Worst in 10 Years

Dame Naida Glavish says 8 people died in car accidents during the Easter break and is urging whānau to be safer on the roads
1 week, 5 days

Sharing Kai and Taking Care of Kaumātua

Pawarega kuia, Huhana Pirini says she's grateful for young people in her pā who give kai to all the kaumātua
1 week, 5 days

Whānau Shouldn't be Demonised for Choosing Not to Vaccinate

Kaitaia OTC community group manager, Trudy Brown says whānau deciding whether or not to get COVID-19 vaccine shouldn't be judged
1 week, 6 days

Calls for Waterless Solutions to Sewerage

Kāhui Wai Māori member, Haami Piripi says wastewater systems are outdated and NZ should turn to greener solutions
1 week, 6 days

COVID-19 Vaccine Misinformation Continues to Spread

Heeni Brown of Te Aupōuri says with all the misinformation being spread about COVID-19 vaccines, whānau must do their research
1 week, 6 days

Whānau Across Northland Harvest Kūmara

Ngāti Kura kaumātua, Nau Epiha says the weather and season has changed and whānau have been out harvesting their kūmara crops
1 week, 6 days

200,000 COVID-19 Vaccines Needed for Māori, Pasifika Providers

Dr. Rawiri Taonui says the national Māori and Pasifika COVID vaccination plan requires 200,000 vaccines be supplied to providers
1 week, 6 days

Te Hiku Mourns Loss of Desmond Matiu

Te Kao kuia, Tireiniamu Kapa says Te Aupōuri gathered at Pōtahi Marae to farewell Desmond Matiu
2 weeks, 5 days

Māori Wards Step in Right Direction for Partnership

Ngāpuhi kaumātua, Rihari Dargaville says dedicated Māori seats in local councils are just the beginning in creating partnership
2 weeks, 6 days

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Support For Marae-based COVID Vaccination Grows

Māori Council leader, Maanu Paul says vaccination clinics at marae are a step in the right direction to protect whānau Māori
1 day, 11 hours

Calls for Surplus Food Donations

Many in Te Hiku are struggling with food and housing. The Kaitaia pātaka kai is calling for donations to support those in need
1 day, 11 hours

New Māori Art Structures Planned in Ahipara

Two new Māori art structures depicting local stories will go up at the Ahipara entrance and on Roma Rd. Lisa McNab has more
1 day, 11 hours

Designing Messaging for Whānau Around COVID-19 Immunisation

Strategic communications advisor, Heeni Brown says comms experts are working on messaging to be distributed about immunisation
5 days, 12 hours

Wellington Phoenix Support in Far North

Pawarenga kuia, Huhana Pirini throws her support behind the Wellington Phoenix who beat Western United Football Club 3-2 at home
5 days, 12 hours

Rain Brings Tuna Heke Across Northland

The new Whiro moon took place over the weekend and heavy rain fell making conditions perfect for eels to migrate to sea to spawn
6 days, 2 hours

Demand for Kai Donations High in Kaitaia

Kaitaia OTC community group manager, Trudy Brown is calling for Kaitaia whānau to donate any surplus food to the pātaka kai
6 days, 19 hours

Iwi, Health Board Work Together on Vaccine Plan

Hauraki correspondent, Johnson Watene says Pare Hauraki has met with the Waikato DHB to plan the roll out of COVID-19 vaccines
1 week, 3 days

COVID-19 Vaccine Misinformation Continues to Spread

COVID-19 vaccinations causing haemorrhaging overseas are not the vaccines being used in New Zealand. Maanu Paul shares more
1 week, 3 days

New Law Allows Councils to Write Off Rates Arrears

Land and rating laws have seen Māori land loss across NZ since 1920 due to council on-sale, the new law change will address this
1 week, 3 days

Iwi Meet to Eliminate Family Violence

Te Rarawa chair, Haami Piripi says iwi, community and services gathered in Wellington to continue efforts to end family harm
1 week, 3 days

Stories of Ngāti Hine - Te Waihoroi Shortland

Te Waihoroi Shortland of Ngāti Hine shares stories of whakapapa and memories of growing up in the kāinga
1 week, 3 days

Land Productivity Shouldn't Affect Iwi Holding

Len Bristowe of Ngāti Hine says iwi forestry land shouldn't be taken if in 5 years business isn't thriving
1 week, 4 days

More Needed to Incorporate Reo in Schools

Ngāti Kura kaumātua, Nau Epiha says schooling has shifted since he was punished for speaking Māori but more needs to be done
1 week, 5 days

Balancing Rongoā and Western Medicine

Rongoā expert, Tohe Ashby says western medicine and rongoā Māori can be used together to improve the health of whānau
1 week, 5 days

Revitalising Reo Associated With Mahinga Kai

Rereata Makiha says losing traditional food practices means reo associated with it has also been lost and both must be revived
1 week, 5 days

Easter Road Toll Worst in 10 Years

Dame Naida Glavish says 8 people died in car accidents during the Easter break and is urging whānau to be safer on the roads
1 week, 5 days

Sharing Kai and Taking Care of Kaumātua

Pawarega kuia, Huhana Pirini says she's grateful for young people in her pā who give kai to all the kaumātua
1 week, 5 days

Whānau Shouldn't be Demonised for Choosing Not to Vaccinate

Kaitaia OTC community group manager, Trudy Brown says whānau deciding whether or not to get COVID-19 vaccine shouldn't be judged
1 week, 6 days

Calls for Waterless Solutions to Sewerage

Kāhui Wai Māori member, Haami Piripi says wastewater systems are outdated and NZ should turn to greener solutions
1 week, 6 days

COVID-19 Vaccine Misinformation Continues to Spread

Heeni Brown of Te Aupōuri says with all the misinformation being spread about COVID-19 vaccines, whānau must do their research
1 week, 6 days

Whānau Across Northland Harvest Kūmara

Ngāti Kura kaumātua, Nau Epiha says the weather and season has changed and whānau have been out harvesting their kūmara crops
1 week, 6 days

200,000 COVID-19 Vaccines Needed for Māori, Pasifika Providers

Dr. Rawiri Taonui says the national Māori and Pasifika COVID vaccination plan requires 200,000 vaccines be supplied to providers
1 week, 6 days

Te Hiku Mourns Loss of Desmond Matiu

Te Kao kuia, Tireiniamu Kapa says Te Aupōuri gathered at Pōtahi Marae to farewell Desmond Matiu
2 weeks, 5 days

Māori Wards Step in Right Direction for Partnership

Ngāpuhi kaumātua, Rihari Dargaville says dedicated Māori seats in local councils are just the beginning in creating partnership
2 weeks, 6 days