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Far North Iwi Collaborate for Food Security

Iwi in Te Tai Tokerau have pooled resource to supply 1200 whānau with food in order to alleviate pressures caused by COVID-19
1 day, 17 hours

Te Kahu o Taonui Prepare Kai for Whānau

Since the beginning of the Covid-19 pandemic, Te Kahu o Taonui has secured opportunities to strengthen Taitokerau food security.
5 days, 16 hours

Tūtūtarakihi Returns to Kura in Level 2

After almost a month of distance learning, Te Kura Kaupapa Māori o Tūtūtarakihi has returned to school at Alert Level 2
1 week

Te Hiku Models Māori Vaccine Equity

Northland Māori have a low vaccination rate vs. the general population. Te Hiku Hauora, with marae are working to create equity
2 weeks

He Tino Taonga Te Tuna

They aren't as cute as a kiwi, but the tuna is a taonga in decline that has been given a voice by dedicated kaitiaki.
2 weeks, 5 days

Revival of Rongoā Māori

No longer underground, rongoā Māori practitioners are sharing their knowledge to restore rongoā Māori in the community
2 weeks, 6 days

Vaccination in Te Hiku

Frontline services providing COVID-19 vaccinations and education in Te Hiku
2 weeks, 6 days

Putting Meat & Manaaki on the Table

Haane Rudolph wants to give back by teaching rangatahi the skills required to become a successful butcher
4 weeks, 1 day

Inequality in Our Education System

Te Hiku community members came together to explore ways to address cultural bias and racism in education
1 month

Cultural Celebration of Performing Arts

Whitireia Performing Arts students tour the Far North exhibiting cultural dance from around the Pacific.
1 month, 1 week

Strategy Reduces Prison Population by 24%

Minister of Corrections Kelvin Davis talks about what has been achieved with the Hōkai Rangi strategy
1 month, 2 weeks

From Kauri Dieback to Kauri Ora

Efforts to save New Zealand's kauri forests continue and a call to change the name of kauri dieback disease has been put forward
1 month, 2 weeks

Maui Moves Into Augmented Reality

Nga Pakiwaitara ā Maui narrated via new technology
1 month, 3 weeks

Local Māmā Officially Launch Businesses

Māmā making moves in the business world as programme goes from strength to strength
2 months, 1 week

New Te Reo Program For All School Staff Launched

Confidence & competence in localised te reo Māori & tikanga Māori for school staff is the aim of Te Hiku Okoro
2 months, 4 weeks

Marching For Generations

People filled the streets & their voices filled the air as the SNA hīkoi reached Council steps in Kaikohe today
3 months, 1 week

Mō Te Whenua Te Take!

The message was clear from the community on Day One of the hīkoi opposing the SNA policy.
3 months, 1 week

SNA Forum Highlights Failures

Significant Natural Areas forum hosted by FNDC raises more questions & calls for Councillors to back their community
3 months, 2 weeks

Sugar Science in Schools

The Moko Foundation's Conor O'Sullivan has gone back to the classroom to learn more about sugar
3 months, 3 weeks

Polynesian Panthers Educate to Liberate

Four of the original Polynesian Panthers tour the Far North with a message "Educate to Liberate!"
3 months, 3 weeks

Making Space For Kōrero Through Art

Ngā Toi Whakamanawaroa Arts Programme focuses on aroha and identity to support resilience in children
4 months, 2 weeks

Māori Wards Win in Far North District

A huge leap forward for Māori representation and iwi/hapū participation following Council vote
4 months, 2 weeks

Plans for Te Oneroa-Ā-Tohē Begins

Hapū, iwi, the public and councils come together as a plan for Te Oneroa-ā-Tohē is finally launched.
4 months, 3 weeks

Understanding the Importance of Midden Sites

A proposed seawall becomes a point of education on pre European life of Māori
5 months

Pataua Occupation Explained

Decades of hurt driving descendants to claim their whenua at Pataua
5 months

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