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Ngāti Kahu seeking innovative solution to Taipa land return

Crown purchases significant land at Māheatai which is set to be land banked until an iwi settlement
22 hours, 46 minutes

Ngāti Kahu Celebrates Pouwhenua Blessing

The seven pou mark the significance of Maheatai as the landing place of Kupe
5 days, 10 hours

All Smiles As New Pump Track Opens

Korora Park in Ahipara opens it's newest attraction to the delight of young and old.
2 weeks, 2 days

Trust Here to Honour Whakapapa

Kaitaia vaccination rates get a boost as Te Whānau o Waipareira arrive to give local providers support
4 weeks

Ko Te Kai a Te Rangatira, He Kōrero

While big vaccination campaigns have made headlines, small hui, like that held at Motatau marae, are just as important
4 weeks

Whakahokia mai te Whenua

Kelvin Davis says that Ngāti Kahu will hear back this week about the return of whenua tupuna at Taipa Point Reserve.
1 month, 1 week

Calls for Recognition of He Whakaputanga

Whānau gathered in Kaitaia to raise the He Whakaputanga flag and commemorate its signing 186 years ago
1 month, 1 week

Immunity For Our Community in Moerewa

Super Saturday efforts across the Te Taitokerau region saw the target for the day exceeded by more than 1000 vaccinations
1 month, 3 weeks

Taking Vaccinations into Te Tai Tokerau Homes

With low vaccination rates in Northland, Te Hauora o Ngāpuhi are taking vaccinations into homes to help protect whānau
2 months

Te Kura-ā-Iwi o Whangaruru

Whangaruru School is in the final stages of becoming the 38th Kura-ā- Iwi in Aotearoa.
2 months, 1 week

Rākau Tapu - Sacred Tree Desecrated and Assaulted by Chainsaw

The Far North District Council is under pressure to explain how a sacred and protected tree was cut down by chainsaw.
2 months, 2 weeks

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
2 months, 2 weeks

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.
2 months, 3 weeks

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
2 months, 3 weeks

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
3 months

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.
3 months, 1 week

Revival of Rongoā Māori

No longer underground, rongoā Māori practitioners are sharing their knowledge to restore rongoā Māori in the community
3 months, 1 week

Vaccination in Te Hiku

Frontline services providing COVID-19 vaccinations and education in Te Hiku
3 months, 1 week

Putting Meat & Manaaki on the Table

Haane Rudolph wants to give back by teaching rangatahi the skills required to become a successful butcher
3 months, 2 weeks

Inequality in Our Education System

Te Hiku community members came together to explore ways to address cultural bias and racism in education
3 months, 3 weeks

Cultural Celebration of Performing Arts

Whitireia Performing Arts students tour the Far North exhibiting cultural dance from around the Pacific.
4 months

Strategy Reduces Prison Population by 24%

Minister of Corrections Kelvin Davis talks about what has been achieved with the Hōkai Rangi strategy
4 months, 1 week

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
4 months, 1 week

Maui Moves Into Augmented Reality

Nga Pakiwaitara ā Maui narrated via new technology
4 months, 1 week

Rātā Moehau

Moehau calls back the people to maintain their ahikā
4 months, 3 weeks

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