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Wairoa Divides Coastal Village

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

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.
8 months, 4 weeks

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.
9 months

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
9 months

Pathways for Young People in the Creative Industry

Northland students gathered in Kaitaia with experts of the Arts field so share their voices and ideas.
9 months, 1 week

Rogue Dogs Maul Christmas Dinner

Five sheep were killed on a Kaitaia property recently, animal experts agree the town has a dog problem.
9 months, 1 week

Hunters Unleashed in Kaeo

Kaeo Pig Hunting Club held it's 34th annual pig hunting competition and came away with some good results
9 months, 1 week

Voyagers to make declaration about the ocean

Jack Thatcher will use Tuia 250 as a platform to give Moana Nui-A-Kiwa rights as the worlds largest bringer of life.
9 months, 1 week

SLAM DUNK - Kaumātua take to the Court

Te Hiku Hauora hosted their annual Kaumātua Games at Te Ahu
9 months, 2 weeks

Dangers of Illegally Butchering Tohora

Tohoraha are continuously being illegally butchered for their prized jaws and teeth.
9 months, 2 weeks

Saving Taonga Species

Long-time weaver and pīngao protector, Betsy Young has been recognised for her restorative actions for the endemic species
9 months, 3 weeks

"Ultimate Display of Greed" - Beach Ownership & Spat Collection

Footage that emerged online showing mussel spat collectors with heavy machinery on the 90 Mile Beach has been labelled as greed.
9 months, 3 weeks

From Spectator to Competing at Nationals for Far North Mum

First time participant in National Powerlifting champs, Apikera Thomas has her eyes set to take the world stage next.
9 months, 3 weeks

Careless Tourist Damages Mahimaru Marae

Whānau of Mahimaru Marae are outraged at the damage to the marae ātea caused by a careless driver on tour from the UK.
9 months, 3 weeks

Maranga Mai e te Iwi

A series of workshops have been held around Ngāpuhi in an effort to strengthen learning resources for Te Taitokerau.
9 months, 3 weeks

PGF Invests in Te Taitokerau

Three announcements were made in Whangārei this weeks and small businesses benefit from the PGF investment fund.
9 months, 3 weeks

Voyage of First Encounters

October this year marks 250 years since the first encounters between Māori and Europeans with the arrival of Capt James Cook.
9 months, 3 weeks

Iwi Settlement Bears Fruit

Te Rarawa has made their biggest purchase since the iwi settled, stepping into the growing Te Hiku horticultural industry.
9 months, 4 weeks

Mau Rākau - Lessons of Taha Māori

Ururaiaha Awarau shares his learnings of mau rākau and talks of rich culture associated with the craft.
10 months

Social Media's Daring Game Changers

Young Māori socialites 'The Game Changers' deliver a raw message tackling taboo issues of everyday life
10 months, 1 week

Mauna Kea telescope construction up in the air

As a result of active protection at Mauna Kea the TMP project has been reconsidered
10 months, 1 week

Artists Inspire City With Te Oranga

'Te Oranga' is a continuation of Whangārei's successful street art campaign.
10 months, 1 week

Kaumakaiwa Kanaka‘ole speaks about participation for Mauna Kea

Active participation in cultural protocol and identity means turning up at Mauna Kea.
10 months, 2 weeks

Active protection of mana and tapu at Mauna Kea

In this video Lanakila Mangauil shares his perspective on actively protecting the mana and kapu of Mauna Kea
10 months, 2 weeks

Day 11 of Protecting Mauna Kea

Kanaka Māoli (Native Hawaiian) Kia’i (Protector) and renaissance leader Pua Case describes day 11 of the noho at Mauna Kea
10 months, 2 weeks

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Wairoa Divides Coastal Village

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

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.
8 months, 4 weeks

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.
9 months

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
9 months

Pathways for Young People in the Creative Industry

Northland students gathered in Kaitaia with experts of the Arts field so share their voices and ideas.
9 months, 1 week

Rogue Dogs Maul Christmas Dinner

Five sheep were killed on a Kaitaia property recently, animal experts agree the town has a dog problem.
9 months, 1 week

Hunters Unleashed in Kaeo

Kaeo Pig Hunting Club held it's 34th annual pig hunting competition and came away with some good results
9 months, 1 week

Voyagers to make declaration about the ocean

Jack Thatcher will use Tuia 250 as a platform to give Moana Nui-A-Kiwa rights as the worlds largest bringer of life.
9 months, 1 week

SLAM DUNK - Kaumātua take to the Court

Te Hiku Hauora hosted their annual Kaumātua Games at Te Ahu
9 months, 2 weeks

Dangers of Illegally Butchering Tohora

Tohoraha are continuously being illegally butchered for their prized jaws and teeth.
9 months, 2 weeks

Saving Taonga Species

Long-time weaver and pīngao protector, Betsy Young has been recognised for her restorative actions for the endemic species
9 months, 3 weeks

"Ultimate Display of Greed" - Beach Ownership & Spat Collection

Footage that emerged online showing mussel spat collectors with heavy machinery on the 90 Mile Beach has been labelled as greed.
9 months, 3 weeks

From Spectator to Competing at Nationals for Far North Mum

First time participant in National Powerlifting champs, Apikera Thomas has her eyes set to take the world stage next.
9 months, 3 weeks

Careless Tourist Damages Mahimaru Marae

Whānau of Mahimaru Marae are outraged at the damage to the marae ātea caused by a careless driver on tour from the UK.
9 months, 3 weeks

Maranga Mai e te Iwi

A series of workshops have been held around Ngāpuhi in an effort to strengthen learning resources for Te Taitokerau.
9 months, 3 weeks

PGF Invests in Te Taitokerau

Three announcements were made in Whangārei this weeks and small businesses benefit from the PGF investment fund.
9 months, 3 weeks

Voyage of First Encounters

October this year marks 250 years since the first encounters between Māori and Europeans with the arrival of Capt James Cook.
9 months, 3 weeks

Iwi Settlement Bears Fruit

Te Rarawa has made their biggest purchase since the iwi settled, stepping into the growing Te Hiku horticultural industry.
9 months, 4 weeks

Mau Rākau - Lessons of Taha Māori

Ururaiaha Awarau shares his learnings of mau rākau and talks of rich culture associated with the craft.
10 months

Social Media's Daring Game Changers

Young Māori socialites 'The Game Changers' deliver a raw message tackling taboo issues of everyday life
10 months, 1 week

Mauna Kea telescope construction up in the air

As a result of active protection at Mauna Kea the TMP project has been reconsidered
10 months, 1 week

Artists Inspire City With Te Oranga

'Te Oranga' is a continuation of Whangārei's successful street art campaign.
10 months, 1 week

Kaumakaiwa Kanaka‘ole speaks about participation for Mauna Kea

Active participation in cultural protocol and identity means turning up at Mauna Kea.
10 months, 2 weeks

Active protection of mana and tapu at Mauna Kea

In this video Lanakila Mangauil shares his perspective on actively protecting the mana and kapu of Mauna Kea
10 months, 2 weeks

Day 11 of Protecting Mauna Kea

Kanaka Māoli (Native Hawaiian) Kia’i (Protector) and renaissance leader Pua Case describes day 11 of the noho at Mauna Kea
10 months, 2 weeks