Read recent articles below from around our Ngāpuhi Iwi community. Find out what our members and whānau have been achieving, celebrating, and participating in around Aotearoa.

26 February 2021

TAIAO – Te Noho Taio O Ngāpuhi – Inaugural event

Learn and be inspired Using an indigenous cultural lens of innovative thinkers to engage in Pūtaiao, Science, Taiao and Environmental Education. Who? Ngāpuhi taitamariki aged 13 to 18 years. When? Monday 29 March to Thursday 1 April 2021 – yes, the week before Easter. Where? Hosted by the hau kāinga […]
26 February 2021

KĀKAHU – Whoop! Whoop! Coming to Tāmaki for a limited time

  Get excited Tāmaki we are heading your way! The ‘Kākahu Pop Up’ team is heading to Tāmaki not once but twice! Come see us at Pasifika this March and Polyfest in April. You will find us at the Māori Stage so dont be shy whānau come and shout out […]
26 February 2021

The story behind Kaikohe Berryfruit Limited

Kaikohe Berryfruit Limited is a partnership between Ngāpuhi Asset Holding Company (NAHC), Far North Holdings Limited (FNHL) and Onyx Capital. NAHC is the majority shareholder. NAHC is leading the development of the sustainability focused hitech hydroponics berryfruit operation in the Ngawha Enterprise and Innovation Park, just outside Kaikohe. Partnering with […]
26 February 2021

Twenty-six Ngāpuhi jobseekers to sign employment contracts with new Kaikohe fruit operation

Attending a job information hui at Te Rūnanga-Ā-Iwi O Ngāpuhi (TRAION) in Kaikohe is about to bear fruit for 26 Ngāpuhi job seekers who will sign employment contracts on Tuesday (2 March) with Kaikohe Berryfruit Limited, a partnership project expected to bring transformational change to Kaikohe. The successful candidates were […]
26 February 2021

KĀKAHU – Ngāpuhi Merchandise Top 5

Ngāpuhi Merchandise Top 5 Dec &Jan Classic Tee Classic Hood Classic Tank Ipu Wai Pōtae Tuhoronuku    
14 February 2021

Guidelines and Golden Rules for businesses and schools at Alert Level 2 – NZ excluding Auckland (see Auckland rules)

Businesses and schools remain open but public health guidance including physical distancing and record keeping need to be maintained. Mass gatherings will need to be limited to 100 people. Hospitality businesses must keep groups of customers separated, seated, and served by a single person with a maximum of 100 people […]
14 February 2021

Guidelines and Golden Rules for businesses at Alert Level 3 – Tāmaki Makaurau | Auckland region

Announcement (February 14, 2021) Alert Level 3 for the Auckland region Stay home to protect your household bubble. Travel in and out of Auckland is restricted to essential travel only – otherwise you must stay in the region. If you are intending to travel out of the Alert Level 3 […]
14 February 2021

Alert Level Update – Sunday 14 February 2021

Alert Level Update From the Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet (DPMC) Cabinet has met in response to this latest community outbreak in Auckland and has ordered Alert Level changes to contain this latest community outbreak From 11:59pm tonight, Auckland moves to Alert Level 3, and at the same […]
10 February 2021

MAHI – Maungatapere Berries

Mahi! Mahi! Mahi! Tēnā koutou e te whānau, Something on the horizon that you should be thinking about if you’re looking for mahi or thinking about a change… the Ngawha Innovation & Enterprise Park is starting to fire up. The first off the rank seems to be Kaikohe Berries… With […]
3 February 2021

KARAHIPI – Get in there whānau, there’s no limit to the number of scholarships you can apply for

Māori Education Trust Scholarships – Now open We’re going to share any scholarship opportunities that we hear about, no te mea: Te manu ka kai i te miro, nōna te ngahere. Te manu ka kai i te mātauranga, nōna te ao. So, follow this link to their website, showing details […]
2 February 2021

Ngāpuhi to shake up constitution following governance review

Ngāpuhi is making a raft of constitutional changes including a complete revision of its Trust Deed and a redesign of its governance representation and electoral model, after the trustees of Te Rūnanga-Ā-Iwi O Ngāpuhi accepted all 13 recommendations of their recent independent governance review. The review commenced in April 2020 […]

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