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.

25 March 2020

BREAKING NEWS!!!!!

   Due to Covid-19, The Nukutawhiti Whānau will be placing signage at the Twin Bridges and Reserve stating that Tourists and Freedom Campers are not welcome and to leave immediately.   This will be in place until further notice and will be monitored daily.   Enquiries: Sharon 021 164 1604, […]
5 March 2020

Judge Hana Ellis: Celebrating Mana Wāhine

Judge Hana Ellis (Ngāpuhi, Ngāti Porou) was sworn in on Wednesday 4th March 2020 at Manukau District Court. Judge Ellis has been appointed a District Court Judge with Family Court jurisdiction, to be based in Whangārei.  Judge Ellis commenced her career as a barrister sole in 1993 undertaking District and […]
4 March 2020

Omahuta Kauri Sanctuary

Short Tail Bat This endangered ancient species is unique to NZ only and found in very few locations. It only weighs up to 15g. Te Rūnanga-Ā-Iwi O Ngāpuhi had the opportunity to head into the ngāhere to visit two newly discovered roosting sites. Along with local mana whenua and Department […]
28 February 2020

Microplastic Testing in Northland

Microplastics are a globally significant environmental pollutant. They are a potential threat to our coastal waters and kaimoana. Current research undertaken throughout the Auckland region, has shown that the New Zealand green-lipped mussel has been found with microplastics inside. The most common plastic found in mussels was polyethylene, the most […]
27 February 2020

VACANCY: Practice Leader

ROLE: Practice Leader DESCRIPTION: Kia tū tika ai te whare tapu o Ngāpuhi (That the sacred house of Ngāpuhi stands strong) Ngāpuhi Iwi Social Services is looking to recruit a skilled, experienced and qualified Practice Leader, based in Kaikohe.  The successful applicant must be a registered social worker The role […]
27 February 2020

Strategic Planning Workshop

Kia ora koutou, If you would like to register for the FREE strategic planning workshops to be held on March 6th and April 8th in Rawene, you must click on the link below: https://www.eventbrite.co.nz/e/92581928039   you will need to click ‘tickets’ or ‘register’ and fill in your name. *   These workshops […]
19 February 2020

Kaimoana Ake Tonu Atu

Nga mihi o te tau hou kia koutou, ara, kia tatou katoa. Attached is a letter from the Hon Stuart Nash, Minister of Fisheries. To all Kaimoana Regulation customary permit issuers, as from the date yet to be specified in New Zealand Gazette, we will no longer issue customary permits […]
14 February 2020

Kaupapa Haumaru Kai

He kaupapa e hāngai ana ki te haumarutanga o te kai.. Ko te whakarite kai tēnā, ko te whakapaipai anō hoki tēnā.. He hua pai tēnei mo ngā marae katoa. Mo tō ake kāinga anō hoki. Mēnā ko koe tēnei, pānuitia te pānui kei raro iho nei..
14 February 2020

Ngā mihi nui ki a Kahurangi Noeleen Taurua

Ngā mihi nui ki a Kahurangi Noeleen Taurua mo tāna mahi whiwhi i te tūranga tino teitei i roto i te ao hākinakina. He uri a ia nō ngā rangatira rongonui o Ngāpuhi. Ka whakamiharo te ao ki a ia mō tāna kaha ki te hopu i ngā tikanga me […]
4 February 2020

Mangungu Day 2020: Wednesday 12 February 2020

Te Mana o Mangungu Hokianga Trust and Ngā Uri Whakatipu o Hokianga are celebrating Ngā Rangatira i hainatia i Te Tiriti o Waitangi at Mangungu, Hokianga on 12 February 1840 at Mangungu Mission Station, 107 Motukiore Road, Hokianga.
30 January 2020

Three new District Court judges for Northland

Three of the 21 soon-to-become District Court judges will sit in Northland. One is Whangārei-based Coroner Brandt Shortland, who will be sworn in next month with jury jurisdiction to be based in Kaikohe District Court.
30 January 2020

Northland’s working poor struggle to make ends meet

All it took was a couple of “bad financial decisions” for Janeane’s world to come crumbling down.

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