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Te Toa Whenua

Restoring 900 hectares in the Waipoua Valley to its original state
1 day, 13 hours

The First and Last Settlement

An archaeological site over 700-years-old in Pewhairangi continues to provide evidence and insight to an early papakainga.
2 days, 7 hours

Water Safety for Far North

With many of the popular Far North beaches unmanned, Waipu Surf Life Saving club brought their tour north to raise awareness
1 week

Ngāti Tararā

It has been 127 years since the first marriage between Māori and Dalmatians
1 month

Te Wiki Hā: Ki-o-rahi ki Taipā

Ngā Kura Kaupapa Māori o Aotearoa gather in Te Hiku for Te Wiki Hā, today ki-o-rahi is the challenge.
1 month, 1 week

New Pou for Ngāti Kahu

Ngāti Kahu unveiled their new carved pou at the opening of the Taipā bridge sharing some of their unique history
1 month, 2 weeks

A Need For Oranga Tamariki Still Exists

Child & Family social service advocates say Oranga Tamariki is needed for now until community agencies are positioned to step-up
1 month, 4 weeks

Pēwhairangi Encounter with Captain Cook

Waitangi - the birthplace of our nation welcomed Tuia 250 commemorations 250-years after Captain James Cook anchored at Pēwhaira
2 months, 1 week

No More Mining!

Whangaroa hapū and the wider community have once again stood up to mining companies seeking to mine in their area.
2 months, 3 weeks

Animation Industry Needs More Māori

Kaitāia youth got a glimpse into the world of animation and the power of digital storytelling
2 months, 3 weeks

From Taipa to Toronto

Young directors set to premiere their short film in Toronto, Canada
3 months, 1 week

"You Can't Moan After the Fact!"

With less than 24 hours to go it's time to get your votes in!
3 months, 1 week

Māori Poised to Take Over Council

A record number of Māori candidates are in the running for this year's elections
3 months, 2 weeks

Body Found in Kaitāia

Reports of a body being found today in the river near Allen Bell Drive
3 months, 2 weeks

Miracle Tech to Save Te Hiku Beaches

A potential solution to the Taipa Wastewater treatment has been presented to the community with high interest
3 months, 3 weeks

Te Mana o Te Wairoa

John Paitai talks about the spirituality associated with the Wairoa river at Ahipara and its cultural significance to Māori
3 months, 3 weeks

Celebrating Training Success

Collaborations between iwi, NorthTec and Forestry Protection Services sees graduates ready for the workforce.
3 months, 3 weeks

Taonga Back From The Brink

Kaikōmako Manawatāwhi, an endemic species to Three Kings Islands is slowly making a comeback to return back to its homeland.
4 months

PŌTI: Is the Mayoral Seat in his Destiny?

The need for change is knocking at the door according to newcomer Jay Hepi whose name is in the ballot for Far North Mayor.
4 months

Silent Killer Marks Blue September

1 in 8 men will be diagnosed with Prostate Cancer but the key is early detection
4 months, 1 week

PGF helps grow InnoNative Economy

InnoNative Economy continues to provide opprtunities for small Māori businesses to grow and now have plans to expand nationally.
4 months, 1 week

Wairoa Divides Coastal Village

The course of the Wairoa River has given the community of Ahipara a bit of a shake up.
4 months, 1 week

Spat Collectors Forced to Harvest By Hand

Mussel spat collectors arrived at the Ahipara with mechanical vehicles to harvest spat, but were forced to collect by hand.
4 months, 1 week

Hapū Want Deeper Engagement with Local Council

Whangārei hapū highlight concerns regarding involvement with local council and say it's often a 'tick box' exercise.
4 months, 2 weeks

Op Shop To Sit On Council?

Known from the band Op Shop Jason Kerrison turns his influence to run in the Far North's local elections
4 months, 2 weeks

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Te Toa Whenua

Restoring 900 hectares in the Waipoua Valley to its original state
1 day, 13 hours

The First and Last Settlement

An archaeological site over 700-years-old in Pewhairangi continues to provide evidence and insight to an early papakainga.
2 days, 7 hours

Water Safety for Far North

With many of the popular Far North beaches unmanned, Waipu Surf Life Saving club brought their tour north to raise awareness
1 week

Ngāti Tararā

It has been 127 years since the first marriage between Māori and Dalmatians
1 month

Te Wiki Hā: Ki-o-rahi ki Taipā

Ngā Kura Kaupapa Māori o Aotearoa gather in Te Hiku for Te Wiki Hā, today ki-o-rahi is the challenge.
1 month, 1 week

New Pou for Ngāti Kahu

Ngāti Kahu unveiled their new carved pou at the opening of the Taipā bridge sharing some of their unique history
1 month, 2 weeks

A Need For Oranga Tamariki Still Exists

Child & Family social service advocates say Oranga Tamariki is needed for now until community agencies are positioned to step-up
1 month, 4 weeks

Pēwhairangi Encounter with Captain Cook

Waitangi - the birthplace of our nation welcomed Tuia 250 commemorations 250-years after Captain James Cook anchored at Pēwhaira
2 months, 1 week

No More Mining!

Whangaroa hapū and the wider community have once again stood up to mining companies seeking to mine in their area.
2 months, 3 weeks

Animation Industry Needs More Māori

Kaitāia youth got a glimpse into the world of animation and the power of digital storytelling
2 months, 3 weeks

From Taipa to Toronto

Young directors set to premiere their short film in Toronto, Canada
3 months, 1 week

"You Can't Moan After the Fact!"

With less than 24 hours to go it's time to get your votes in!
3 months, 1 week

Māori Poised to Take Over Council

A record number of Māori candidates are in the running for this year's elections
3 months, 2 weeks

Body Found in Kaitāia

Reports of a body being found today in the river near Allen Bell Drive
3 months, 2 weeks

Miracle Tech to Save Te Hiku Beaches

A potential solution to the Taipa Wastewater treatment has been presented to the community with high interest
3 months, 3 weeks

Te Mana o Te Wairoa

John Paitai talks about the spirituality associated with the Wairoa river at Ahipara and its cultural significance to Māori
3 months, 3 weeks

Celebrating Training Success

Collaborations between iwi, NorthTec and Forestry Protection Services sees graduates ready for the workforce.
3 months, 3 weeks

Taonga Back From The Brink

Kaikōmako Manawatāwhi, an endemic species to Three Kings Islands is slowly making a comeback to return back to its homeland.
4 months

PŌTI: Is the Mayoral Seat in his Destiny?

The need for change is knocking at the door according to newcomer Jay Hepi whose name is in the ballot for Far North Mayor.
4 months

Silent Killer Marks Blue September

1 in 8 men will be diagnosed with Prostate Cancer but the key is early detection
4 months, 1 week

PGF helps grow InnoNative Economy

InnoNative Economy continues to provide opprtunities for small Māori businesses to grow and now have plans to expand nationally.
4 months, 1 week

Wairoa Divides Coastal Village

The course of the Wairoa River has given the community of Ahipara a bit of a shake up.
4 months, 1 week

Spat Collectors Forced to Harvest By Hand

Mussel spat collectors arrived at the Ahipara with mechanical vehicles to harvest spat, but were forced to collect by hand.
4 months, 1 week

Hapū Want Deeper Engagement with Local Council

Whangārei hapū highlight concerns regarding involvement with local council and say it's often a 'tick box' exercise.
4 months, 2 weeks

Op Shop To Sit On Council?

Known from the band Op Shop Jason Kerrison turns his influence to run in the Far North's local elections
4 months, 2 weeks