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Climate Change Issues in Aotearoa

Marama Davidson, Metiria Turei, Willie Jackson, and Peeni Henare share their views on policy and climate change.
6 months, 2 weeks

Matakohe Island is the Home of Our Most Treasured Wild Life

The Kiwi and Oi are native birds to Aoteroa, New Zealand. Matakohe Island is a predator free environment for Native Wildlife.
6 months, 2 weeks

Whitebait Connection

Monitoring and maintaining stream habitats and surrounding eco-systems.
8 months

Te Mata o Mua

Philosophies drawn from Te Ao Maori perspective of pregnancy and birthing practices.
8 months

Enviroschools

Sustainability through action learning.
8 months, 3 weeks

Vegan Expo

Northland's first ever Vegan Expo was held recently in Whangārei.
8 months, 3 weeks

Projecting Youth Futures

Northland youth learn to tell their stories through 3D digital technology.
9 months

Innovation Taking Te Reo Māori to the Next Level

Listen to Te Hiku Media's developers talk about innovation and the Whare Kōrero.
9 months, 1 week

Ngai Takoto, Kaitiaki of the Future

Wai262 - What now?
9 months, 2 weeks

E Tū Whānau

Tikanga paving futures for whānau.
9 months, 3 weeks

Dune Lakes Restoration

Local iwi play an integral role in helping restore dune lakes throughout the Far North.
9 months, 3 weeks

Adult Learners Week

Promoting learning in Kaitaia for all people of all ages.
9 months, 4 weeks

Honey and Te Taitokerau

More and more whānau in Te Taitokerau are looking at honey as a way to grow whānau economy.
11 months, 1 week

Geothermal Energy Fuels Northland

Ngāwha, known for its hot springs, is the heart of energy production in Taitokerau.
11 months, 2 weeks

Northland regional news and information that matters.

Haukāinga is media content for multi-platform use. Its 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 & Technology, Health & 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. 

Channel North TV of Whangarei will work together with Te Hiku Media to produce Haukāinga.

Climate Change Issues in Aotearoa

Marama Davidson, Metiria Turei, Willie Jackson, and Peeni Henare share their views on policy and climate change.
6 months, 2 weeks

Matakohe Island is the Home of Our Most Treasured Wild Life

The Kiwi and Oi are native birds to Aoteroa, New Zealand. Matakohe Island is a predator free environment for Native Wildlife.
6 months, 2 weeks

Whitebait Connection

Monitoring and maintaining stream habitats and surrounding eco-systems.
8 months

Te Mata o Mua

Philosophies drawn from Te Ao Maori perspective of pregnancy and birthing practices.
8 months

Enviroschools

Sustainability through action learning.
8 months, 3 weeks

Vegan Expo

Northland's first ever Vegan Expo was held recently in Whangārei.
8 months, 3 weeks

Projecting Youth Futures

Northland youth learn to tell their stories through 3D digital technology.
9 months

Innovation Taking Te Reo Māori to the Next Level

Listen to Te Hiku Media's developers talk about innovation and the Whare Kōrero.
9 months, 1 week

Ngai Takoto, Kaitiaki of the Future

Wai262 - What now?
9 months, 2 weeks

E Tū Whānau

Tikanga paving futures for whānau.
9 months, 3 weeks

Dune Lakes Restoration

Local iwi play an integral role in helping restore dune lakes throughout the Far North.
9 months, 3 weeks

Adult Learners Week

Promoting learning in Kaitaia for all people of all ages.
9 months, 4 weeks

Honey and Te Taitokerau

More and more whānau in Te Taitokerau are looking at honey as a way to grow whānau economy.
11 months, 1 week

Geothermal Energy Fuels Northland

Ngāwha, known for its hot springs, is the heart of energy production in Taitokerau.
11 months, 2 weeks