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Apprentices Essential for Economic Recovery

Trade leaders say training locals in the trade industry are paramount if we're to see future recovery for our economy
1 week, 2 days

Supporting Pasifika in Te Hiku

Nearly 50 Pasifika families were identified & supported during the COVID-19 crisis
2 weeks, 4 days

He Ariki! He Tipua! He Whetū!

He hokinga mahara ki a Tā Hekenukumaingāiwi Pūhipi
3 weeks, 5 days

Iwi Ask For Patience And Respect

Level 4 protocols will remain in place at Te Kohanga (Shipwreck Bay) to protect whānau
1 month

Anzac Day, The Price of Citizenship and The COVID-19 Crisis

Hon. Ron Mark speaks about commemorations, the price of citizenship for Māori and the Māori Battalion legacy.
1 month, 1 week

Inequalities increase COVID19 fatality rates

Te Punaha Matatini's work on higher infection rates for Māori with COVID19 could be applied to inequalities in other sectors.
1 month, 1 week

Why Plan B Should Be Ignored & NZ's Success in Lockdown

We chat with Prof. Shaun Hendy on "Plan B" and how NZ's success in lockdown means we can leave Level 4 sooner.
1 month, 2 weeks

Iwi Volunteers Turning Out Care Packages

Ngāi Takoto iwi volunteers are turning out care packages for the most vulnerable starting with kaumātua and kuia and then whanau
2 months

Salvation Army Battling On

At a time when people are locked down, anxious and need support, the Sallies will still be there
2 months

The MaiPod Has Landed

Kaitaia residents are now able to visit the MaiPod, a drive-thru health clinic for health-related advice
2 months

More Tests Needed

Pressure is on to increase testing for COVID-19 to fully understand what we are dealing with
2 months, 1 week

Day 1: Essential Services

Access to medication is still possible despite the Level 4 lockdown, although there have been some changes.
2 months, 1 week

MSD Closed to Whānau In Hour of Need

Iwi members had their MSD appointments cancelled without any notice & were left wondering what to do
2 months, 2 weeks

Staying Informed, Staying Alive

Ngāi Takoto marae members, frustrated at the lack of information for Māori, came together to make a plan to stayed informed
2 months, 2 weeks

Marae Close To Protect Community

Haukāinga ahead government alert level plans as they close their doors
2 months, 2 weeks

Money Rains on Drought

Drought relief package is delivered by central government
2 months, 3 weeks

First Wāhine Māori Archdeacon of Muriwhenua

The first Māori woman has been appointed Archdeacon of the Parengarenga, Ahipara, Pēria (PAP) parish
2 months, 4 weeks

Just Add Water

Project explores the viability for water storage in the Kaipara & Far North districts to support horticulture opportunities
2 months, 4 weeks

The Bargain That Wasn't

The hope for a Youth Centre in Kaitāia's old Pak'n'Save building have been dashed
3 months

SPECIAL MOMENT: Te Utu o Te Kiriraraunga

The price for citizenship was high for Māori, Te Rau Aroha is place for all to learn & understand the sacrifice they made
3 months, 1 week

More than a Job

'Look for the teatowel' is a mission statement this company uses to develop proactive people not just employees
3 months, 2 weeks

SPECIAL MOMENT: Te Rau Aroha

Te Hiku Media coverage of Waitangi 2020 captured this special moment when a tiripou was gifted to Robert 'Bom' Gillies
3 months, 2 weeks

When a Whale Strands

Have you ever wondered what you should do if you came across a stranded whale or other sea mammal?
3 months, 3 weeks

Māngungu Signing Celebrated

Over 70 rangatira signed Te Tiriti o Waitangi at Māngungu, more than anywhere else in the country.
3 months, 3 weeks

Te Whaea o te Motu

Children and holding the Crown to account were woven throughout the day as hundreds gathered to celebrate a New Zealand icon
4 months

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, Ngati Hine FM, and Te Hiku Media work together to produce content for Haukāinga.

Apprentices Essential for Economic Recovery

Trade leaders say training locals in the trade industry are paramount if we're to see future recovery for our economy
1 week, 2 days

Supporting Pasifika in Te Hiku

Nearly 50 Pasifika families were identified & supported during the COVID-19 crisis
2 weeks, 4 days

He Ariki! He Tipua! He Whetū!

He hokinga mahara ki a Tā Hekenukumaingāiwi Pūhipi
3 weeks, 5 days

Iwi Ask For Patience And Respect

Level 4 protocols will remain in place at Te Kohanga (Shipwreck Bay) to protect whānau
1 month

Anzac Day, The Price of Citizenship and The COVID-19 Crisis

Hon. Ron Mark speaks about commemorations, the price of citizenship for Māori and the Māori Battalion legacy.
1 month, 1 week

Inequalities increase COVID19 fatality rates

Te Punaha Matatini's work on higher infection rates for Māori with COVID19 could be applied to inequalities in other sectors.
1 month, 1 week

Why Plan B Should Be Ignored & NZ's Success in Lockdown

We chat with Prof. Shaun Hendy on "Plan B" and how NZ's success in lockdown means we can leave Level 4 sooner.
1 month, 2 weeks

Iwi Volunteers Turning Out Care Packages

Ngāi Takoto iwi volunteers are turning out care packages for the most vulnerable starting with kaumātua and kuia and then whanau
2 months

Salvation Army Battling On

At a time when people are locked down, anxious and need support, the Sallies will still be there
2 months

The MaiPod Has Landed

Kaitaia residents are now able to visit the MaiPod, a drive-thru health clinic for health-related advice
2 months

More Tests Needed

Pressure is on to increase testing for COVID-19 to fully understand what we are dealing with
2 months, 1 week

Day 1: Essential Services

Access to medication is still possible despite the Level 4 lockdown, although there have been some changes.
2 months, 1 week

MSD Closed to Whānau In Hour of Need

Iwi members had their MSD appointments cancelled without any notice & were left wondering what to do
2 months, 2 weeks

Staying Informed, Staying Alive

Ngāi Takoto marae members, frustrated at the lack of information for Māori, came together to make a plan to stayed informed
2 months, 2 weeks

Marae Close To Protect Community

Haukāinga ahead government alert level plans as they close their doors
2 months, 2 weeks

Money Rains on Drought

Drought relief package is delivered by central government
2 months, 3 weeks

First Wāhine Māori Archdeacon of Muriwhenua

The first Māori woman has been appointed Archdeacon of the Parengarenga, Ahipara, Pēria (PAP) parish
2 months, 4 weeks

Just Add Water

Project explores the viability for water storage in the Kaipara & Far North districts to support horticulture opportunities
2 months, 4 weeks

The Bargain That Wasn't

The hope for a Youth Centre in Kaitāia's old Pak'n'Save building have been dashed
3 months

SPECIAL MOMENT: Te Utu o Te Kiriraraunga

The price for citizenship was high for Māori, Te Rau Aroha is place for all to learn & understand the sacrifice they made
3 months, 1 week

More than a Job

'Look for the teatowel' is a mission statement this company uses to develop proactive people not just employees
3 months, 2 weeks

SPECIAL MOMENT: Te Rau Aroha

Te Hiku Media coverage of Waitangi 2020 captured this special moment when a tiripou was gifted to Robert 'Bom' Gillies
3 months, 2 weeks

When a Whale Strands

Have you ever wondered what you should do if you came across a stranded whale or other sea mammal?
3 months, 3 weeks

Māngungu Signing Celebrated

Over 70 rangatira signed Te Tiriti o Waitangi at Māngungu, more than anywhere else in the country.
3 months, 3 weeks

Te Whaea o te Motu

Children and holding the Crown to account were woven throughout the day as hundreds gathered to celebrate a New Zealand icon
4 months