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Mercy Dash to Reconnect

Fresh from border quarantine, Louisa Opetaia Tipene shares the story to bring her children from the US & reconnect to home
3 months, 1 week

Kuia for the Community

Mal Hekeua-Hack and Kataraina Matehaere Rhind from Ngāti Kahu continue to prioritise the kaupapa of food security for whānau
3 months, 2 weeks

Matariki Marks End of School Year

End of year celebrations came early for this school in the Far North that aligns with the Māori lunar calendar
3 months, 2 weeks

Winds of Change in Community Healthcare

When they couldn't get a GP for 8 months, this Māori health provider changed up the model to continue supporting their community
3 months, 2 weeks

Living Life by the Maramataka

Heeni Hoterene discusses what our world could look like if we operated under a Maramaka Model.
3 months, 3 weeks

Te Tuwheratanga o Kauri

Te Kura Kaupapa Māori o Pukemiro opened their new senior block "Kauri".
3 months, 3 weeks

Finding Meaning in Matariki

As the popularity of Matariki grows, Heeni Hoterene discusses how we make sense of Matariki in a contemporary world.
4 months

Partnership Produces Fertile Future

Multi-million dollar water project was launched today by Te Rarawa and government ministers
4 months

Are Our Power Woes Over Yet?

4 unplanned power outages in one week have a big impact on the Far North
4 months, 1 week

Marae-Based Clinics Successful

Marae based vaccination clinics highlight the potential for medical services providing a range of health options.
4 months, 1 week

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
4 months, 4 weeks

Supporting Pasifika in Te Hiku

Nearly 50 Pasifika families were identified & supported during the COVID-19 crisis
5 months, 1 week

Plans To Save The Raukūmara Ngahere

A living Ngahere (forest) is where our whenua, and our precious taonga species are all healthy and thriving.
5 months, 1 week

He Ariki! He Tipua! He Whetū!

He hokinga mahara ki a Tā Hekenukumaingāiwi Pūhipi
5 months, 2 weeks

Iwi Ask For Patience And Respect

Level 4 protocols will remain in place at Te Kohanga (Shipwreck Bay) to protect whānau
5 months, 3 weeks

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.
6 months

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.
6 months

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.
6 months, 1 week

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
6 months, 3 weeks

Salvation Army Battling On

At a time when people are locked down, anxious and need support, the Sallies will still be there
6 months, 3 weeks

The MaiPod Has Landed

Kaitaia residents are now able to visit the MaiPod, a drive-thru health clinic for health-related advice
6 months, 3 weeks

More Tests Needed

Pressure is on to increase testing for COVID-19 to fully understand what we are dealing with
6 months, 3 weeks

Day 1: Essential Services

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

MSD Closed to Whānau In Hour of Need

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

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
7 months

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Mercy Dash to Reconnect

Fresh from border quarantine, Louisa Opetaia Tipene shares the story to bring her children from the US & reconnect to home
3 months, 1 week

Kuia for the Community

Mal Hekeua-Hack and Kataraina Matehaere Rhind from Ngāti Kahu continue to prioritise the kaupapa of food security for whānau
3 months, 2 weeks

Matariki Marks End of School Year

End of year celebrations came early for this school in the Far North that aligns with the Māori lunar calendar
3 months, 2 weeks

Winds of Change in Community Healthcare

When they couldn't get a GP for 8 months, this Māori health provider changed up the model to continue supporting their community
3 months, 2 weeks

Living Life by the Maramataka

Heeni Hoterene discusses what our world could look like if we operated under a Maramaka Model.
3 months, 3 weeks

Te Tuwheratanga o Kauri

Te Kura Kaupapa Māori o Pukemiro opened their new senior block "Kauri".
3 months, 3 weeks

Finding Meaning in Matariki

As the popularity of Matariki grows, Heeni Hoterene discusses how we make sense of Matariki in a contemporary world.
4 months

Partnership Produces Fertile Future

Multi-million dollar water project was launched today by Te Rarawa and government ministers
4 months

Are Our Power Woes Over Yet?

4 unplanned power outages in one week have a big impact on the Far North
4 months, 1 week

Marae-Based Clinics Successful

Marae based vaccination clinics highlight the potential for medical services providing a range of health options.
4 months, 1 week

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
4 months, 4 weeks

Supporting Pasifika in Te Hiku

Nearly 50 Pasifika families were identified & supported during the COVID-19 crisis
5 months, 1 week

Plans To Save The Raukūmara Ngahere

A living Ngahere (forest) is where our whenua, and our precious taonga species are all healthy and thriving.
5 months, 1 week

He Ariki! He Tipua! He Whetū!

He hokinga mahara ki a Tā Hekenukumaingāiwi Pūhipi
5 months, 2 weeks

Iwi Ask For Patience And Respect

Level 4 protocols will remain in place at Te Kohanga (Shipwreck Bay) to protect whānau
5 months, 3 weeks

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.
6 months

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.
6 months

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.
6 months, 1 week

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
6 months, 3 weeks

Salvation Army Battling On

At a time when people are locked down, anxious and need support, the Sallies will still be there
6 months, 3 weeks

The MaiPod Has Landed

Kaitaia residents are now able to visit the MaiPod, a drive-thru health clinic for health-related advice
6 months, 3 weeks

More Tests Needed

Pressure is on to increase testing for COVID-19 to fully understand what we are dealing with
6 months, 3 weeks

Day 1: Essential Services

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

MSD Closed to Whānau In Hour of Need

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

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
7 months