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Our Kauri Never Stand Alone

Four iwi of Te Tai Tokerau collaborate to fight kauri dieback disease
1 month, 2 weeks

Pukenui Wharf Opening - Extended Interview

A kōrero with Felicity Foy on the Pukenui Wharf re-development
2 months, 3 weeks

Finding Connie

SEA LIFE Kelly Tarlton's returns with Connie, a green sea turtle and recurring visitor of Karikari Peninsula.
2 months, 4 weeks

Pukenui Wharf Opening

A korero with local Hapu and council on the Pukenui Wharf restructure
3 months

"Healthy Environment, Healthy Tamariki"

A kōrero with local youth service providers about a new park being built in Kaitaia, with a focus on a hauora and taiao
3 months, 4 weeks

An Earth house to call Home

Whānau return to their roots to search for alternative, eco-friendly housing solutions
3 months, 4 weeks

Social connection vital for rāhui - Extended Interview

Rueben Taipari talks about the revitalisation of the practice of rāhui & what he's learnt
4 months

Te Rāhui i Maitai - Extended Interview

Whetu Rutene gives the full Kōrero about the rāhui in place & its environmental & cultural benefits
4 months

Midden in Plain Sight

Hidden behind rolling sand dunes and layers of Pīngao, you'll find hidden history. Middens.
4 months, 2 weeks

Hapū members assert traditional place name correction

Protest leads to positive outcome; signposts erected by NZTA for the Papakawau Culvert Project are removed
4 months, 3 weeks

The impact of unaffordable dumping solutions

As rubbish mounds continue to pile up along the Karikari Peninsula, it's up to whanau to solve the issue before serious impact.
5 months, 2 weeks

How healthy is our Awa?

A dive into the DOC project combining modern day tools with indigenous species for a closer look at what's damaging our awa and
5 months, 4 weeks

Fire Safety Awareness

With Northland’s rise in blazes this summer, we talk to local firefighters and volunteers on the recent fires and incidents
6 months

A Day with the Kaitiaki

A day out and about with the local Kaitiaki Rangers exploring the everyday occurrences they face to keep our community and Taiao
6 months, 1 week

Walking on Eggshells

Our native manu are being placed onto the endangered list at an alarming rate. We learn more about how we can help
6 months, 2 weeks

Far north surf rescue patrolling Ahipara beach all summer long

Akesa Ifopo-Waitai, FNSR Chairperson, encourages swimmers to stay calm when they're caught in a rip
6 months, 3 weeks

Far North Surf Patrol Ahipara Beach All Summer Long

Akesa Ifopo-Waitai, FNSR Chairperson, encourages swimmers to stay calm when they're caught in a rip
6 months, 3 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.
11 months, 1 week

Rātā Moehau

Moehau calls back the people to maintain their ahikā
1 year

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.
1 year, 3 months

Understanding the Importance of Midden Sites

A proposed seawall becomes a point of education on pre European life of Māori
1 year, 3 months

Te Ārai Project Enables Te Aupōuri Futures

The return of Te Ārai to iwi through treaty settlement has seen Te Aupōuri create exciting opportunities for its descendants
1 year, 4 months

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Haukāinga is media content for multi-platform use. It's news and information content that serves the Taitokerau and wider Northland region. The content takes account topical issues of community significance with a leaning towards telling positive stories that highlight and enhance particular Te Tai Tokerau experience, lifestyle, and current affairs. Haukāinga will cover topics on Sustainability, Innovation and Technology, Health and Wellbeing, Economic Growth, and Treaty Partnerships. Haukāinga is proudly sponsored by NZ On Air and is part of the regional news and information content funded to extend local content choices for regional audiences.

Our Kauri Never Stand Alone

Four iwi of Te Tai Tokerau collaborate to fight kauri dieback disease
1 month, 2 weeks

Pukenui Wharf Opening - Extended Interview

A kōrero with Felicity Foy on the Pukenui Wharf re-development
2 months, 3 weeks

Finding Connie

SEA LIFE Kelly Tarlton's returns with Connie, a green sea turtle and recurring visitor of Karikari Peninsula.
2 months, 4 weeks

Pukenui Wharf Opening

A korero with local Hapu and council on the Pukenui Wharf restructure
3 months

"Healthy Environment, Healthy Tamariki"

A kōrero with local youth service providers about a new park being built in Kaitaia, with a focus on a hauora and taiao
3 months, 4 weeks

An Earth house to call Home

Whānau return to their roots to search for alternative, eco-friendly housing solutions
3 months, 4 weeks

Social connection vital for rāhui - Extended Interview

Rueben Taipari talks about the revitalisation of the practice of rāhui & what he's learnt
4 months

Te Rāhui i Maitai - Extended Interview

Whetu Rutene gives the full Kōrero about the rāhui in place & its environmental & cultural benefits
4 months

Midden in Plain Sight

Hidden behind rolling sand dunes and layers of Pīngao, you'll find hidden history. Middens.
4 months, 2 weeks

Hapū members assert traditional place name correction

Protest leads to positive outcome; signposts erected by NZTA for the Papakawau Culvert Project are removed
4 months, 3 weeks

The impact of unaffordable dumping solutions

As rubbish mounds continue to pile up along the Karikari Peninsula, it's up to whanau to solve the issue before serious impact.
5 months, 2 weeks

How healthy is our Awa?

A dive into the DOC project combining modern day tools with indigenous species for a closer look at what's damaging our awa and
5 months, 4 weeks

Fire Safety Awareness

With Northland’s rise in blazes this summer, we talk to local firefighters and volunteers on the recent fires and incidents
6 months

A Day with the Kaitiaki

A day out and about with the local Kaitiaki Rangers exploring the everyday occurrences they face to keep our community and Taiao
6 months, 1 week

Walking on Eggshells

Our native manu are being placed onto the endangered list at an alarming rate. We learn more about how we can help
6 months, 2 weeks

Far north surf rescue patrolling Ahipara beach all summer long

Akesa Ifopo-Waitai, FNSR Chairperson, encourages swimmers to stay calm when they're caught in a rip
6 months, 3 weeks

Far North Surf Patrol Ahipara Beach All Summer Long

Akesa Ifopo-Waitai, FNSR Chairperson, encourages swimmers to stay calm when they're caught in a rip
6 months, 3 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.
11 months, 1 week

Rātā Moehau

Moehau calls back the people to maintain their ahikā
1 year

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.
1 year, 3 months

Understanding the Importance of Midden Sites

A proposed seawall becomes a point of education on pre European life of Māori
1 year, 3 months

Te Ārai Project Enables Te Aupōuri Futures

The return of Te Ārai to iwi through treaty settlement has seen Te Aupōuri create exciting opportunities for its descendants
1 year, 4 months