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Whangārei Council Vote for Māori Wards

Whangārei District Councillors voted 8 to 6 in favour of Maori Wards for the 2022 and 2025 local government elections
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Rugby For Life

Harnessing the power of rugby to achieve positive outcomes for Northland
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Celebrating 30 Years of Te Reo Iriangi O Te Hiku O Te Ika

Te Hiku Media's 30th Birthday Celebration with Kuia & Kaumatua at the Heart
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Footprints of Kupe Lead Ngāpuhi Forward

The history of Kupe has been brought to life at a new tourism venture in Hokianga, setting racist Cook discovery record straight
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Straight Out of COVID

Ōtangarei Trust held its 3rd annual whānau community day event
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A Blessing in a Box

For 6 years Te Hau Āwhiowhio ō Otangarei Trust has been packing and delivering Christmas Box for families in Northland
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Creating A Food Forest

Lissa Davies fulfilling her Grandmother's wish of living off the land.
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First Responder Service Rebuild in Kaitaia

Red Cross NZ are looking to revive their Kaitaia Branch of volunteers
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Mana Whaikaha in a Māori World

On World Disability Day, we take a closer look at how the Māori community can be more inclusive of our whānau with disabilities
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Putting Suicide Prevention First

Self healing techniques and talking to trusted ones help prevent suicide.
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Holding Space with Open Arms

A centre that supports the most vulnerable in Whangārei with aroha has second anniversary
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Orchard Growing More Than Berries

Maungatapere Berries thinks of their team as whānau & encourages them to grow in the industry
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Bell Whānau Hand Taonga Back to Iwi

For over 30 years, as they worked the land, the Bell whānau unearthed many implements that they have now passed on Te Rarawa
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Reviving Tai Tokerau Reo

He whakakaha i te reo Māori, he aropū anō hoki ki ngā mita me ngā kōrero tuku iho o Te Tai Tokerau tā te wānanga, Te Taumata
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Māori Collective Showcases Indigenous Artists

Ngā Toki showcases over thirty indigenous artists in a range of mediums.
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New Acting CEO for Te Aupōuri

Mariameno Kapa-Kingi was welcomed into her new role as the Acting CEO for Te Rūnanga Nui o Te Aupōuri at Potahi Marae
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An Othello Like No Other

Shakespeare's timeless story of Othello reimagined
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New Clothing Line ‘Taiao’ Enabling Māori Futures

Not only is Taiao bringing te reo and Māori design concepts to bushwear, it's supporting Tai Tokerau dreams for higher education
3 months, 2 weeks

Re-training in a Post-COVID World

A new course in Whangārei has local Māori rethinking their career options, post-COVID, to enable working remotely.
3 months, 2 weeks

Te Reo Anake i te Hui Kaunihera

Far North Councillor, Moko Tepania is participating in today’s council meeting in te reo Māori for Mahuru Māori
3 months, 4 weeks

Do The Mahi, Boy!

Te Rarawa CEO, Phillip Murray talks about his first few months in the role & his aspirations for the iwi.
4 months, 3 weeks

Highlights From The North Zone Rugby Final 2020

Te Rarawa vs Awanui played for the Bell Shield in the North Zone Final 2020
4 months, 3 weeks

Healing Headstones for Whānau & Industry

LifeStone are on a mission to help whānau with headstones that represent the life lost without the burden that can come with it
4 months, 3 weeks

Nominations Begin for Māori Standing Committee

Members of Whangārei hapū came out on Saturday to put their nominations forward for the Te Karearea Standing committee
4 months, 3 weeks

Whiri Toi, Whiri Oranga

Weaving tohunga Pare Nathan shares her whakaaro on the power of the art of raranga
4 months, 3 weeks

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Whangārei Council Vote for Māori Wards

Whangārei District Councillors voted 8 to 6 in favour of Maori Wards for the 2022 and 2025 local government elections
1 week, 2 days

Rugby For Life

Harnessing the power of rugby to achieve positive outcomes for Northland
1 week, 2 days

Celebrating 30 Years of Te Reo Iriangi O Te Hiku O Te Ika

Te Hiku Media's 30th Birthday Celebration with Kuia & Kaumatua at the Heart
1 month

Footprints of Kupe Lead Ngāpuhi Forward

The history of Kupe has been brought to life at a new tourism venture in Hokianga, setting racist Cook discovery record straight
1 month

Straight Out of COVID

Ōtangarei Trust held its 3rd annual whānau community day event
1 month, 1 week

A Blessing in a Box

For 6 years Te Hau Āwhiowhio ō Otangarei Trust has been packing and delivering Christmas Box for families in Northland
1 month, 1 week

Creating A Food Forest

Lissa Davies fulfilling her Grandmother's wish of living off the land.
1 month, 1 week

First Responder Service Rebuild in Kaitaia

Red Cross NZ are looking to revive their Kaitaia Branch of volunteers
1 month, 2 weeks

Mana Whaikaha in a Māori World

On World Disability Day, we take a closer look at how the Māori community can be more inclusive of our whānau with disabilities
1 month, 2 weeks

Putting Suicide Prevention First

Self healing techniques and talking to trusted ones help prevent suicide.
1 month, 2 weeks

Holding Space with Open Arms

A centre that supports the most vulnerable in Whangārei with aroha has second anniversary
1 month, 4 weeks

Orchard Growing More Than Berries

Maungatapere Berries thinks of their team as whānau & encourages them to grow in the industry
2 months

Bell Whānau Hand Taonga Back to Iwi

For over 30 years, as they worked the land, the Bell whānau unearthed many implements that they have now passed on Te Rarawa
2 months

Reviving Tai Tokerau Reo

He whakakaha i te reo Māori, he aropū anō hoki ki ngā mita me ngā kōrero tuku iho o Te Tai Tokerau tā te wānanga, Te Taumata
2 months

Māori Collective Showcases Indigenous Artists

Ngā Toki showcases over thirty indigenous artists in a range of mediums.
2 months, 1 week

New Acting CEO for Te Aupōuri

Mariameno Kapa-Kingi was welcomed into her new role as the Acting CEO for Te Rūnanga Nui o Te Aupōuri at Potahi Marae
2 months, 1 week

An Othello Like No Other

Shakespeare's timeless story of Othello reimagined
2 months, 1 week

New Clothing Line ‘Taiao’ Enabling Māori Futures

Not only is Taiao bringing te reo and Māori design concepts to bushwear, it's supporting Tai Tokerau dreams for higher education
3 months, 2 weeks

Re-training in a Post-COVID World

A new course in Whangārei has local Māori rethinking their career options, post-COVID, to enable working remotely.
3 months, 2 weeks

Te Reo Anake i te Hui Kaunihera

Far North Councillor, Moko Tepania is participating in today’s council meeting in te reo Māori for Mahuru Māori
3 months, 4 weeks

Do The Mahi, Boy!

Te Rarawa CEO, Phillip Murray talks about his first few months in the role & his aspirations for the iwi.
4 months, 3 weeks

Highlights From The North Zone Rugby Final 2020

Te Rarawa vs Awanui played for the Bell Shield in the North Zone Final 2020
4 months, 3 weeks

Healing Headstones for Whānau & Industry

LifeStone are on a mission to help whānau with headstones that represent the life lost without the burden that can come with it
4 months, 3 weeks

Nominations Begin for Māori Standing Committee

Members of Whangārei hapū came out on Saturday to put their nominations forward for the Te Karearea Standing committee
4 months, 3 weeks

Whiri Toi, Whiri Oranga

Weaving tohunga Pare Nathan shares her whakaaro on the power of the art of raranga
4 months, 3 weeks