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When a Whale Strands

Have you ever wondered what you should do if you came across a stranded whale or other sea mammal?
11 months, 2 weeks

Māngungu Signing Celebrated

Over 70 rangatira signed Te Tiriti o Waitangi at Māngungu, more than anywhere else in the country.
11 months, 2 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
11 months, 3 weeks

Water Crisis: Conserve Now

With sunshine and high temperatures forecast, the long term plan for water in Kaitāia could resort to bottled water deliveries
12 months

He taonga te pēpi, he taonga hoki te kuia

A 90th birthday celebration took place at Mahimaru Marae for 'everyone's Mum'
12 months

Water Crisis: Planning for Worst Case Scenario Underway

Water restrictions will be raised to never-before-seen levels as water crisis worsens in the Far North.
1 year

Maitai Bay Snorkel Day

Locals took the oppurtunity to experince their marine backyard at the Maitai Bay Snorkel Day held this week.
1 year

Te Toa Whenua

Restoring 900 hectares in the Waipoua Valley to its original state
1 year

The First and Last Settlement

An archaeological site over 700-years-old in Pewhairangi continues to provide evidence and insight to an early papakainga.
1 year

Water Safety for Far North

With many of the popular Far North beaches unmanned, Waipu Surf Life Saving club brought their tour north to raise awareness
1 year

Ngāti Tararā

It has been 127 years since the first marriage between Māori and Dalmatians
1 year, 1 month

Te Wiki Hā: Ki-o-rahi ki Taipā

Ngā Kura Kaupapa Māori o Aotearoa gather in Te Hiku for Te Wiki Hā, today ki-o-rahi is the challenge.
1 year, 1 month

New Pou for Ngāti Kahu

Ngāti Kahu unveiled their new carved pou at the opening of the Taipā bridge sharing some of their unique history
1 year, 1 month

A Need For Oranga Tamariki Still Exists

Child & Family social service advocates say Oranga Tamariki is needed for now until community agencies are positioned to step-up
1 year, 2 months

Pēwhairangi Encounter with Captain Cook

Waitangi - the birthplace of our nation welcomed Tuia 250 commemorations 250-years after Captain James Cook anchored at Pēwhaira
1 year, 2 months

No More Mining!

Whangaroa hapū and the wider community have once again stood up to mining companies seeking to mine in their area.
1 year, 2 months

Animation Industry Needs More Māori

Kaitāia youth got a glimpse into the world of animation and the power of digital storytelling
1 year, 2 months

From Taipa to Toronto

Young directors set to premiere their short film in Toronto, Canada
1 year, 3 months

"You Can't Moan After the Fact!"

With less than 24 hours to go it's time to get your votes in!
1 year, 3 months

Māori Poised to Take Over Council

A record number of Māori candidates are in the running for this year's elections
1 year, 3 months

Body Found in Kaitāia

Reports of a body being found today in the river near Allen Bell Drive
1 year, 3 months

Miracle Tech to Save Te Hiku Beaches

A potential solution to the Taipa Wastewater treatment has been presented to the community with high interest
1 year, 3 months

Te Mana o Te Wairoa

John Paitai talks about the spirituality associated with the Wairoa river at Ahipara and its cultural significance to Māori
1 year, 3 months

Celebrating Training Success

Collaborations between iwi, NorthTec and Forestry Protection Services sees graduates ready for the workforce.
1 year, 4 months

Taonga Back From The Brink

Kaikōmako Manawatāwhi, an endemic species to Three Kings Islands is slowly making a comeback to return back to its homeland.
1 year, 4 months

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When a Whale Strands

Have you ever wondered what you should do if you came across a stranded whale or other sea mammal?
11 months, 2 weeks

Māngungu Signing Celebrated

Over 70 rangatira signed Te Tiriti o Waitangi at Māngungu, more than anywhere else in the country.
11 months, 2 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
11 months, 3 weeks

Water Crisis: Conserve Now

With sunshine and high temperatures forecast, the long term plan for water in Kaitāia could resort to bottled water deliveries
12 months

He taonga te pēpi, he taonga hoki te kuia

A 90th birthday celebration took place at Mahimaru Marae for 'everyone's Mum'
12 months

Water Crisis: Planning for Worst Case Scenario Underway

Water restrictions will be raised to never-before-seen levels as water crisis worsens in the Far North.
1 year

Maitai Bay Snorkel Day

Locals took the oppurtunity to experince their marine backyard at the Maitai Bay Snorkel Day held this week.
1 year

Te Toa Whenua

Restoring 900 hectares in the Waipoua Valley to its original state
1 year

The First and Last Settlement

An archaeological site over 700-years-old in Pewhairangi continues to provide evidence and insight to an early papakainga.
1 year

Water Safety for Far North

With many of the popular Far North beaches unmanned, Waipu Surf Life Saving club brought their tour north to raise awareness
1 year

Ngāti Tararā

It has been 127 years since the first marriage between Māori and Dalmatians
1 year, 1 month

Te Wiki Hā: Ki-o-rahi ki Taipā

Ngā Kura Kaupapa Māori o Aotearoa gather in Te Hiku for Te Wiki Hā, today ki-o-rahi is the challenge.
1 year, 1 month

New Pou for Ngāti Kahu

Ngāti Kahu unveiled their new carved pou at the opening of the Taipā bridge sharing some of their unique history
1 year, 1 month

A Need For Oranga Tamariki Still Exists

Child & Family social service advocates say Oranga Tamariki is needed for now until community agencies are positioned to step-up
1 year, 2 months

Pēwhairangi Encounter with Captain Cook

Waitangi - the birthplace of our nation welcomed Tuia 250 commemorations 250-years after Captain James Cook anchored at Pēwhaira
1 year, 2 months

No More Mining!

Whangaroa hapū and the wider community have once again stood up to mining companies seeking to mine in their area.
1 year, 2 months

Animation Industry Needs More Māori

Kaitāia youth got a glimpse into the world of animation and the power of digital storytelling
1 year, 2 months

From Taipa to Toronto

Young directors set to premiere their short film in Toronto, Canada
1 year, 3 months

"You Can't Moan After the Fact!"

With less than 24 hours to go it's time to get your votes in!
1 year, 3 months

Māori Poised to Take Over Council

A record number of Māori candidates are in the running for this year's elections
1 year, 3 months

Body Found in Kaitāia

Reports of a body being found today in the river near Allen Bell Drive
1 year, 3 months

Miracle Tech to Save Te Hiku Beaches

A potential solution to the Taipa Wastewater treatment has been presented to the community with high interest
1 year, 3 months

Te Mana o Te Wairoa

John Paitai talks about the spirituality associated with the Wairoa river at Ahipara and its cultural significance to Māori
1 year, 3 months

Celebrating Training Success

Collaborations between iwi, NorthTec and Forestry Protection Services sees graduates ready for the workforce.
1 year, 4 months

Taonga Back From The Brink

Kaikōmako Manawatāwhi, an endemic species to Three Kings Islands is slowly making a comeback to return back to its homeland.
1 year, 4 months