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140410 E Mara E Pānui - 10 April 2014

 
 
 
   
 

 

 

Ngāpuhi Settlement - all election nominations now open

A new round of elections is being held for the Tūhoronuku Independent Mandated Authority (Tūhoronuku IMA) representatives.   

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Time for Iwi to take control of Te Reo Māori revitalisation

Ngāpuhi gives its total support to the Minister of Māori Affairs for his proposed law change that will put Te Taura Whiri i Reo Māori (the Māori Language Commission) and Te Mangai Paoho (the Māori broadcasting agency) in a new largely Iwi-Run entity, Te Matawai.

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Funding Stories

Tautoro Titans take on Mini Mod Rugby League...

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Communications Planning Workshop @3-4 May 2014

As part of the Marae toolbox that Te Rūnanga-Ā-Iwi-O-Ngāpuhi is currently developing with the support of the JR McKenzie Trust, we are running a two-day pilot Marae Communications planning workshop commencing on 3 May 2014.  Registrations of interest are due back no later than Thursday 24 April 2014.

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Ngāpuhi Iwi Social Services hits the streets

On 8th April 2014 some of Ngāpuhi Iwi Social Services (NISS) staff are walking off the job, out of the office, and into the community...well down the street outside Kaikohe New World to be exact! 

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Tribunal tours the Hokianga

The Waitangi Tribunal was welcomed into the Hokianga at the weekend.

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Emergency plan boosts rangatahi 

Youth Affairs Minister Nikki Kaye is considering to extend a scheme that encourages rangatahi to work in emergency services.

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R.A.T.S - Riders Against Teenage Suicide: Ngāpuhi Hikoi to Te Tai Rawhiti @16 May 2014, 8.30am (Kaikohe)

Join the hikoi in support of Riders Against Teenage Suicide a kaupapa focused on our Taitamariki and mokopuna. For more information contact Hone Mihaka on 027 290 7047, 09 405 9990 or Arthur Harawira on 022 062 1840 or 09 405 3403.

Teen aims high on basketball trip to US

Rangitoto student Tai Wynyard is off to New York city where he will meet arguably the greatest basketball player in history before playing in front of thousands of fans. 

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Kaupapa Māori wellbeing framework: The basis for whānau violence prevention and intervention

An article published by Moana Eruera and Terry Dobbs, in the Family Violence Clearing house website looking at the literature on kaupapa Māori frameworks and whānau violence intervention and prevention programmes.  The Mauri Ora conceptual framework and its application in the Amokura family violence prevention project is discussed in detail. 

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Land ruling sets precedent - lawyer

An Environment Court decision preventing land being taken for a road sets a precedent for Māori land to be protected, the lawyer for the woman who took the case says. 

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Call for iwi to invest in businesses

Enterprise Great Lake Taupo's new chair Greg Stebbing wants local iwi entities to be more direct about their investments. 

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Changing the story on Māori art

Auckland Art Gallery's curator of Māori art says a symposium this Saturday is a chance to look at contemporary indigenous art in a new way.

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Kōhanga may finally have their voice heard at National Trust level

For months now a number of kōhanga have been calling for a voice at the National Trust board level  as wells as more transparency of managerial operations.

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Taonga maintain tribal links

An expert on museums and taonga says Māori belong to their ancestral treasures, not the other way  round.

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Govt scheme could favour wānanga

A government initiative to roll out broadband in rural communities could help reach potential students who want to study and live in non-urban centres, a Māori tertiary institution says.

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Trust's venture profits go into youth

A new project between Nga Uri o te Ngahere Trust and a Waikato researcher could lead to restored tribal lands and youth training schemes on the East Coast.

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Subtribe vows no charges

Up to three 'cultural impact ambassadors' are set up to be hired by the Auckland Council to smooth communication between resource consent applicants and Māori.

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Unsure about your registration?

Ever received an acknowledgement? Do you have a registration number? If you're unsure about your registration details contact us. Ph 0800 NGĀPUHI (0800 6427844), 09 401 5530 or email the registrations team at registrations@ngapuhi.iwi.nz.

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Te Rūnanga-Ā-Iwi-O-Ngāpuhi
16 Mangakahia Rd, Kaikohe
Ph 0800 NGAPUHI (6427844) +64 9 401 5530
Email runanga@ngapuhi.iwi.nz
Fax +64 9 401 5543