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131010 E Mara E Pānui - 10 October 2013


Te Rūnanga-Ā-Iwi-O-Ngāpuhi AGM 2013 @Saturday 19 October, 9.30am (Whakamaharatanga Marae, Waimamaku)

Click here to see details of this year's AGM.


Funding Stories

Ngāpuhi Master Athlete...


Matike Mai Aotearoa: Constitutional Transformation Presentation @22 Oct, 4.45pm & 24 Oct, 9.45am (16 Mangakahia Rd, Kaikohe)

Matike Mai Aotearoa - the Independent Working Group for Constitutional Transformation will be holding two hui in Kaikohe this month.  Please RSVP for catering to Tania Pene 09 401 5531, tania.pene@ngapuhi.org  


Latest Stories

Local Body Elections 2013: Final week...


Tautoro's Whanau Ora Celebration Day 2013 @Saturday 9 November

The whanau are almost finished16 weeks of zumba and flat abs, and are now gearing up for Tautoro’s Fynest Loser Whanau Ora Celebration Day.

Contact details, registration info and more...


Nga Whanau Fest 2013 & 2014

In conjunction with the Kaikohe RSA and Tautoro Marae.

Safe Sleep For Our Pepi Workshops @15 Oct & 16 Oct 2013

You are invited to hear about how we can help prevent Sudden Unexpected Death in Infancy (SUDI) and provide essential information for our whānau.



The iwi power rankings: who are the most powerful iwi in 2013?

Pita Sharples claims that the Māori economy is worth $37b.  BERL calls the Māori economy a "sleeping giant".  Jamie Tuuta characterises the Māori economy as a "developing economy within a developed economy".  What does it all mean? It means that the Māori economy is a synonym for Māori power.


Iwi will find out about test oil wells

A Māori group which advises the Environmental Protection Authority (EPA) is assuring iwi they won't be kept in the dark on oil companies' plans to drill test wells off the coast of New Zealand.




Melbourne Māori Wardens saddened by falling numbers

The number of Māori Wardens in Northland has significantly declined, the head of Australia's Victoria Māori Wardens says.

Māori films showcased at Toronto fest

Māori film, radio drama and art are being showcased this month at the world's biggest indigenous film and media festival.


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