E Mara‎ > ‎2013‎ > ‎

130220 E Mara E Pānui - 20 February 2013

Roadshow 2013


For Te Runanga-A-Iwi-O-Ngapuhi Roadshow dates, times and venues near you click here or phone the Runanga on 0800 642 784.




Ngapuhi Survey - Tukuna ou whakaaro - Kia tau!


An invitation from Horizon Research to sign up to its specialist online Ngapuhi panel.




NZ Census @Tues, 5 March 2013


You can fill in your forms online in English or Maori or do your census on paper.




Whanau Sport and Health Day @Saturday 2 March, 8.30am (Lindvart Park, Kaikohe)


Free entry.  An event for all children under 18.  Rugby, Basketball, Hockey, League, Netball, Touch, Football, Tae Kwon Do and more... With special guests the crew from Maori Television CODE 'Karl Te Nana' & 'Awen Guttenbeil'.  Contact Ryan Maraki for more information 027 588 5867, 09 401 5774 orryanm@sportnorth.co.nz


Early Childhood Whanau Fun Day @Friday 15 March, 10am-2pm (Kaikohe Rugby Club)


Free event for whanau & chidren under 6. *pony rides *bouncy castles *games *early childhood concert *dress-ups... Enquiries to Kelly Yakas 021 998096 or email kelly.yakas@core-ed.org


Moerewa festival aims to strengthen culture


Te Ahuareka o Ngati Hine Festival (March 15-16) is a two-day festival held at Otiria Marae in Moerewa.



Control of Poroti Springs wanted


The Maori trustees of Poroti Springs near Whangarei say their Treaty claim can be resolved only by restoring their authority over the water.



Power to the people?


A ground-breaking proposal is on the drawing board to create an alternative future for the Hokianga.



National kapa haka festival kicks off


Te Matatini Kapa Haka Festival 2013 has gotten underway with a rousing powhiri (welcome) performed by more than 200 Te Arawa warriors this morning.




Youth suicide prevention strategies outlined


A regional project leader with the National Maori Suicide Prevention Programme says there are two key strategies which Maori communities can use to help reduce the suicide rate of rangatahi, which is two-and-a-half times that of non-Maori youth.



Fisheries Bill costly for iwi, says Maori Fisheries Trust


The Maori Fisheries Trust says iwi stand to lose up to $10 million a year if a bill before Parliament on the activities of foreign fishing vessels operating under the New Zealand flag is passed unchanged.



Freephone 0800 642 784


E Mara – E Panui:

This is a collection of Māori news, general news of interest to Māori from on-line sources of national media including print, TV and radio and community panui. The aim is to provide a weekly electronic panui that drives and facilitates panui of interest to our constituency.  Anyone wishing to be added to our distribution list, please email Tanya Martin, Communications Coordinator at tanya.martin@ngapuhi.org Likewise, if you do not wish to receive these emails or have been added by mistake, please email Tanya with your details so you can be removed from the distribution list.