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.


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 […]

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.

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.

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.

Te Rere o Te Reo Māori

Nau Epiha discusses the flow of the language and what it means to know how to speak and understand te reo o ngā mātua tūpuna.

NZ Golf reviews use of Māori cultural components

New Zealand Golf has reviewed its use of tikanga Māori in the NZ Open after a cloak, initially labelled as a korowai, caused a stir last year.

Up to 1000 paddlers expected as great waka marks 80th birthday

Up to 1000 kaihoe (paddlers) will help mark the 80th birthday of the great waka Ngātokimatawhaorua at Waitangi this year.

Coronavirus could come at ‘catastrophic cost’ to New Zealand’s economy

A new coronavirus has infected more than 4500 people worldwide and while it hasn’t reached New Zealand’s shores yet, the knock-on effects are already being felt in our economy.

Te Hau Ora O Ngāpuhi Fact Sheet: Coronavirus and how to protect yourself

What is the Coronavirus? Coronavirus (CoV) are a large family of viruses that cause respiratory tract illness ranging from the common cold to more severe diseases such as Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS).

Free digital tech course NGEN to launch in Whangārei

A free course launching this month will equip Northland youth with digital skills while also strengthening their identity through aspects of te ao Māori.

TAKIWĀ HUI: Ngāpuhi Hokianga ki te Raki (Motukiore Marae, 6pm)


Castle review chance for Ngāpuhi restart

Ngāpuhi chair Mere Mangu hopes a review of te rūnanga’s governance, constitution, management and financial affairs will restore the people’s confidence in the organisation.

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