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Ko Te Take Te Mea Nui

Kuia Huhana Pirini shares how at times we all need to step into different roles for the kaupapa.
9 months, 2 weeks

WHAKATAUKĪ - He Piko, He Taniwha

Rihari Dargarville shares his whakaaro on this well known whakataukī from Waikato Tainui.
9 months, 2 weeks

Te Rarawa Tāne to Wānanga Reo and Tikanga

The survival of marae depends on strong taumata. Rueben Taipari says a wānanga surrounding this has been called in Te Rarawa
10 months, 3 weeks

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
11 months, 1 week

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
11 months, 1 week

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
11 months, 1 week

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
11 months, 1 week

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
11 months, 1 week

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
11 months, 2 weeks

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
11 months, 2 weeks

Oranga Tamariki Advisory Board Delivers Report

The Māori board of advisors tasked by Minister Kelvin Davis to lead the direction of Oranga Tamariki has delivered their report
11 months, 3 weeks

Matariki a Time of Sharing

Kaitaia OTC community group liaison, Moana Erickson says lemon donations have been appreciated with winter bugs affecting whānau
12 months

Rain Cleanses Te Kao Whenua

Te Kao kuia, Tireiniamu Kapa says it's been good to see the volumes of rainfall clearing waterways and replenishing the earth
1 year

Matriarchal Power in Te Ao Māori

Ngāti Kura kaumātua, Nau Epiha says wāhine Māori traditionally had a superior role in whakapapa and whānau well-being
1 year

Te Rarawa Women Win Rugby Premiership

Te Rarawa has beaten Moerewa 32-14 in the premiership final with Timara Leaf named player of the year. Harata Brown shares more
1 year

'Kia Mataara' - SNAs Protest Not Over

With the SNAs issue on hold pending Govt. decision in September, opposition continues. Rueben Taipari has more
1 year

Te Rarawa to Defend Women's Rugby Title

Once again, the Te Rarawa women's rugby team has made it to the Northland Rugby Premiership final and will face Moerewa
1 year

Partnership Shouldn't Need Protest Action

In 2021, Māori still have to march in the streets for inclusion in decisions affecting their land. Darlene Tana says it isn't OK
1 year

Whakaaro Māori Must Lead Health Authority

A Māori health authority run by Māori academics who are disconnected from a Māori world view, won't work, says Maanu Paul
1 year

30% of Hauraki Considered SNA

Despite opposition to SNAs being led largely across Northland, it's not the only region affected. Johnson Watene shares more
1 year

Calls to End Councils Taking Money from Banks for Unpaid Rates

Unpaid rates can end in council taking the money directly from the bank, sometimes leaving people thousands of dollars in debt
1 year

Climate Change Behind Canterbury Floods

Climate change iwi leaders group chair Mike Smith says floods are worse with climate change, proven in recent Canterbury floods
1 year

Kōhanga Teachers Celebrate Achievement

Graduates of the Tohu Whakapakari were celebrated at Otiria. Tahuri Tumoana of the Kōhanga Reo Trust shares more
1 year

Health Reform to Strengthen Whānau Ora

Despite criticism of no new money for Whānau Ora, Dame Naida Glavish says it will be strengthened by the Māori Health Authority
1 year, 1 month

Mōtatau Mourns Loss of Wati Tipene

Treasured Ngāti Hine kaumātua Wati Tipene has been laid to rest in Mōtatau. Peter Kitchen of Te Rarawa pays tribute to him
1 year, 1 month

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.

Ko Te Take Te Mea Nui

Kuia Huhana Pirini shares how at times we all need to step into different roles for the kaupapa.
9 months, 2 weeks

WHAKATAUKĪ - He Piko, He Taniwha

Rihari Dargarville shares his whakaaro on this well known whakataukī from Waikato Tainui.
9 months, 2 weeks

Te Rarawa Tāne to Wānanga Reo and Tikanga

The survival of marae depends on strong taumata. Rueben Taipari says a wānanga surrounding this has been called in Te Rarawa
10 months, 3 weeks

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
11 months, 1 week

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
11 months, 1 week

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
11 months, 1 week

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
11 months, 1 week

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
11 months, 1 week

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
11 months, 2 weeks

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
11 months, 2 weeks

Oranga Tamariki Advisory Board Delivers Report

The Māori board of advisors tasked by Minister Kelvin Davis to lead the direction of Oranga Tamariki has delivered their report
11 months, 3 weeks

Matariki a Time of Sharing

Kaitaia OTC community group liaison, Moana Erickson says lemon donations have been appreciated with winter bugs affecting whānau
12 months

Rain Cleanses Te Kao Whenua

Te Kao kuia, Tireiniamu Kapa says it's been good to see the volumes of rainfall clearing waterways and replenishing the earth
1 year

Matriarchal Power in Te Ao Māori

Ngāti Kura kaumātua, Nau Epiha says wāhine Māori traditionally had a superior role in whakapapa and whānau well-being
1 year

Te Rarawa Women Win Rugby Premiership

Te Rarawa has beaten Moerewa 32-14 in the premiership final with Timara Leaf named player of the year. Harata Brown shares more
1 year

'Kia Mataara' - SNAs Protest Not Over

With the SNAs issue on hold pending Govt. decision in September, opposition continues. Rueben Taipari has more
1 year

Te Rarawa to Defend Women's Rugby Title

Once again, the Te Rarawa women's rugby team has made it to the Northland Rugby Premiership final and will face Moerewa
1 year

Partnership Shouldn't Need Protest Action

In 2021, Māori still have to march in the streets for inclusion in decisions affecting their land. Darlene Tana says it isn't OK
1 year

Whakaaro Māori Must Lead Health Authority

A Māori health authority run by Māori academics who are disconnected from a Māori world view, won't work, says Maanu Paul
1 year

30% of Hauraki Considered SNA

Despite opposition to SNAs being led largely across Northland, it's not the only region affected. Johnson Watene shares more
1 year

Calls to End Councils Taking Money from Banks for Unpaid Rates

Unpaid rates can end in council taking the money directly from the bank, sometimes leaving people thousands of dollars in debt
1 year

Climate Change Behind Canterbury Floods

Climate change iwi leaders group chair Mike Smith says floods are worse with climate change, proven in recent Canterbury floods
1 year

Kōhanga Teachers Celebrate Achievement

Graduates of the Tohu Whakapakari were celebrated at Otiria. Tahuri Tumoana of the Kōhanga Reo Trust shares more
1 year

Health Reform to Strengthen Whānau Ora

Despite criticism of no new money for Whānau Ora, Dame Naida Glavish says it will be strengthened by the Māori Health Authority
1 year, 1 month

Mōtatau Mourns Loss of Wati Tipene

Treasured Ngāti Hine kaumātua Wati Tipene has been laid to rest in Mōtatau. Peter Kitchen of Te Rarawa pays tribute to him
1 year, 1 month