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2014 Ngāpuhi Festival Memorabillia: Iconic Poster for sale

Don't miss out.  Get a copy of this iconic piece of art work & relive your favourite memories from the 2014 Ngāpuhi Festival.    

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Ngāpuhi extends its reach to the world

According to the Te Rūnanga-A-Iwi-O-Ngāpuhi chair, Sonny Tau, "The Ngapuhi Festival is all about Ngāpuhi reaching out to the world.  Many have flocked here today to support Ngāpuhi, but to also see what Ngāpuhi is all about." 

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Ngāpuhi art exhibition great success

Toi Ngāpuhi, the art exhibition arm of the festival, has had its doors opened since Wednesday night and by midday, they had made more than $40,000 through art sales.

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Nickie Muir: Too often the media miss the real news

Next to Waitangi Day, the Ngāpuhi Festival must be one of Northland's biggest days out.  Over the weekend 45,000 people came through the gates.

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Te Reo contribution to be measured

The Māori Language Commission - Te Taura Whiri i Te Reo Māori - says its new research centre will quantify exactly how much Te Reo Rangatira contributes to the economy.

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Basketball: Pero Pero's training fires Tai Tokerau players

Te Tai Tokerau Basketball has jump-started its year with a three-day training camp, ably led by legendary Northlander Pero Cameron.

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Young Kaikohe mum's mural a 'demonstration of determination'

While doing practicum experience at Northland College 2013, she was invited to be part of the community project directed by Chris Wilkies - Ngāpuhi Heroes. Te Rina chose Allen Wihongi as her hero. 

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Iwi to reclaim Cape Reinga ownership

The iwi at the tip of the North Island, Ngati Kuri, is set to claim back ownership of Te Rerenga Wairua, Cape Reinga.

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Te Reinga Hikoi: Te Rerenga Wairua ki Waitangi @Sat 1 January - Thurs 6 Feb 2014

Opposing Deep Sea Oil and Toxic Mining - for more information contact Reuben Taipari on 027 200 1840. 

Northland Economic Action group supports single authority

The Northland Economic Action Group wants a single local government authority set up in Northland but incorporating strong local boards and iwi representation.

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Suicide strategy flawed

Suicide prevention organisation CASPER wants more done to tackle persistently high levels of youth suicide among Māori.

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Free Business Courses Info Sessions @4-5 Feb, 2014 (Kaeo/Kaikohe/Kerikeri)

Te Wānanga o Aotearoa are offering free business courses (Money Management, Small Business Management and First Steps to Business) in Kaikohe/Kerikeri/Kaeo from March.  To register for sessions call/text Jodie Hannam 021 923 077 or email jodie@multiskill.co.nz for more information. 

Team up for more Māori sparkies in north

Industry training organisation The Skills Organisation has teamed up with North Tec to provide training for electrical apprentices.

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