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News in the Haukainga

Wrap up of news from the kainga
3 years, 11 months

Te Huritau 30 o Āniwaniwa

Te Kohanga o Āniwaniwa celebrates 30 years
3 years, 11 months

He Hononga o Waka

The reconnection of waka and whakapapa between Māori and our Polynesian whanaunga.
3 years, 11 months

Ngai Takoto, Kaitiaki of the Future

Wai262 - What now?
3 years, 11 months

E Tū Whānau

Tikanga paving futures for whānau.
3 years, 12 months

Pipiwharauroa Hikoi

Pipiwharauroa, a walk to remember
3 years, 12 months

Dune Lakes Restoration

Local iwi play an integral role in helping restore dune lakes throughout the Far North.
4 years

Colleen Urlich

Te Whakapapa o te Kokowai
4 years

Manos Nathan

It is more than an art form, it is the joining of history and modern practices
4 years

Adult Learners Week

Promoting learning in Kaitaia for all people of all ages.
4 years

Rangiawhia Closure

Te Pakanga mō Rangiawhia. Te Kura Kaupapa Māori o Rangiawhia is fighting to keep their doors open
4 years

Honey and Te Taitokerau

More and more whānau in Te Taitokerau are looking at honey as a way to grow whānau economy.
4 years, 1 month

Pūkāea Taonga Pūoro

Taonga pūoro is the Maori term for Māori instruments
4 years, 1 month

Opening of He Korowai Trust

He Korowai Trust is providing affordable housing for Whānau in the Far North.
4 years, 1 month

Geothermal Energy Fuels Northland

Ngāwha, known for its hot springs, is the heart of energy production in Taitokerau.
4 years, 1 month

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News in the Haukainga

Wrap up of news from the kainga
3 years, 11 months

Te Huritau 30 o Āniwaniwa

Te Kohanga o Āniwaniwa celebrates 30 years
3 years, 11 months

He Hononga o Waka

The reconnection of waka and whakapapa between Māori and our Polynesian whanaunga.
3 years, 11 months

Ngai Takoto, Kaitiaki of the Future

Wai262 - What now?
3 years, 11 months

E Tū Whānau

Tikanga paving futures for whānau.
3 years, 12 months

Pipiwharauroa Hikoi

Pipiwharauroa, a walk to remember
3 years, 12 months

Dune Lakes Restoration

Local iwi play an integral role in helping restore dune lakes throughout the Far North.
4 years

Colleen Urlich

Te Whakapapa o te Kokowai
4 years

Manos Nathan

It is more than an art form, it is the joining of history and modern practices
4 years

Adult Learners Week

Promoting learning in Kaitaia for all people of all ages.
4 years

Rangiawhia Closure

Te Pakanga mō Rangiawhia. Te Kura Kaupapa Māori o Rangiawhia is fighting to keep their doors open
4 years

Honey and Te Taitokerau

More and more whānau in Te Taitokerau are looking at honey as a way to grow whānau economy.
4 years, 1 month

Pūkāea Taonga Pūoro

Taonga pūoro is the Maori term for Māori instruments
4 years, 1 month

Opening of He Korowai Trust

He Korowai Trust is providing affordable housing for Whānau in the Far North.
4 years, 1 month

Geothermal Energy Fuels Northland

Ngāwha, known for its hot springs, is the heart of energy production in Taitokerau.
4 years, 1 month