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Treaty Minister Welcomes Tūhoronuku Appointments
The Minister of Treaty of Waitangi Negotiations, the Hon Chris Finlayson, has welcomed the appointment of trustees to the Tūhoronuku Independent Mandated Authority. Read more...


Takiwā Hui Coming Up This Week
Tuesday, August 19: Te Takiwā o Ngāpuhi ki Whangarei, Pehiaweri Marae, 99 Glenbervie Rd, Ngunguru. Start: 6PM. Ngāpuhi ki te Hauāuru, Te Iringa Marae, 356 Matarāua Rd, Te Iringa. Start: 6PM.                                                                                                                             Wednesday, August 20: Hokianga ki te Raki, Motukiore Marae, Motukiore Rd, Horeke. Start: 6PM. Ngā Ngaru o Hokianga, Matai Aranui Marae, Wikaira Rd, Whirinaki, Hokianga. Start: 5:30PM.           Thursday, August 21: Te Rūnanga O Taumārere ki Rākaumangamanga, Waikare Marae, Waikare. Start: 6PM. Ngāpuhi ki Waitemata, Te Piringatahi O Te Maungarongo Marae, Luckens Rd, West Harbour, Auckland. Start: 6:30PM.                        


Takiwā Elections 2014
Te Takiwā o Ngāpuhi ki Whangarei Special General Meeting and Election is on Thursday 2 October 2014 at 6pm.  Pehiaweri Marae is the venue.  Nominations open today and close on Thursday 21 August 2014.  Follow the links for the Proxy Trustee and Secretary nomination forms.


Māori Party's Relationship with National Justified
The Māori Party's Te Tai Tokerau candidate, Te Hira Paenga, says his party's support for National over the years is justified. Read more...


Fishing Giants Consider Merger
Fishing Giants Sealords and Sanfords are considering a merger. Read more...


Iwi Join Forces to buy Bus Company
South Island-based Ngai Tahu and Waikato-Tainui are joining forces to buy major bus company Go Bus for $171m. Read more...


Greens Want Iwi Empowered to Take Care of Own
The Green Party wants iwi empowered to oversee the placement of Māori children. Read more...


380,000 People Still to Register to Vote
The Electoral Commission says time is running out for the 380,000 people yet to register to vote in the September 20 general elections, with over half under the age of 30. Read more...


Te Ohu Kaimoana Joins Marine Mining Protest
Māori fisheries body Te Ohu Kaimoana has joined marine mining protests off the coast of Taranaki. Read more...


Reviewing Catch Limits for Longfin Eel Crucial
The Parliamentary Commissioner for the Environment says a review of the catch limits for the longfin eel is crucial. Read more...


Government's Fresh Water Policy Doesn't Stack Up: Morgan
Philanthropist and Economist Gareth Morgan argues the Government's fresh water policy won't deliver on its own expectations and hired a panel of experts to prove itRead more...


Embracing Māori a Factor in Team's Winning Performance
Turning a losing Super Rugby franchise into winners included embracing Māori culture a Massey University researcher says. Read more...


Massey Researcher Cultivates Plans for Māori Gardens
Reviving traditional māra kai knowledge is in the long term planning for a researcher. Read more...


Beef + Lamb teams up with FOMA
Major industry body Beef + Lamb has teamed up with the Federation of Māori Authorities to deliver services to Māori farmers. Read more...


Mentoring Opportunity Could Lead to a Break for Māori Writers 
Six Māori writers, including two from Ngāpuhi, will be intensely monitored for six months that could lead to a break in the literary world. Read more...


Initiative Launched to Normalise Te Reo
Auckland University's Māori students association has launched an initiative aimed at normalising te reoWatch the video...


Dance Crews Represent at World Hip Hop Champs
Dance crews Bubblegum and the Dutchesses were amongst the top placings at the World Hip Hop Champs in Las Vegas. Watch the video...


New Māori Web Series Aimed at Young Māori
Ngāpuhi's Quinton Hita is behind a new online Māori series hoping to appeal to young Māori. Read more...


NZ Teams Ready to go at Waka Ama Champs in Brazil
The New Zealand teams prepare for the opening of the World Waka Ama champs in Rio De Janiero. Read more...


Boxer Uses Māori War Chant as Motivation for Big Event

A Māori war chant was added to the walk out song for New Zealand light heavyweight Rob Berridge, who fought on the under card to Joesph Parker last weekend. Read more...


Unsure About Your Registration?

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