Long-time Te Reo Māori teacher and Te Matatini kapa haka tutor, a son of former Māori Party leader Sir Pita Sharples, Te Hira Paenga has been appointed Ahorangi Tikanga Māori at St John’s Theological College in Auckland.
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'I apologise'- Anglican bishop to victims of faith-based abuse
Bishop Ross Bay: "I apologise on behalf of the diocese to all those who have been abused or neglected while in our care."
Māori Archdeacon calls for consistent COVID-19 laws and restrictions
An Anglican archdeacon has expressed his concerns over the Public Health Response Bill which is currently being rushed through Parliament with the intention to be passed tonight. The Act will give Police the right to enter private dwellings and marae without a warrant.
Churches across Aotearoa suspend services- Covid-19
Three major religious denominations have decided to suspend their church services due to COVID-19.
Anglican church welcomes broader abuse inquiry
The Anglican church is welcoming the government's announcement to include faith-based institutions in its inquiry into historical abuse of children in state care. Northland Bishop Te Kitohi Pikaahu says the inquiry must not be limited to the state sector and churches must also be held accountable.
Melanesian building restoration supported by Heritage NZ and iwi
Heritage New Zealand has restored a Melanesian Mission building which was once the central hub for local Aucklanders in the 1860s. Local iwi, Ngāti Whātua and Ngāti Pāoa were also present at the event.
Anniversary resonates with tunes of the late Sir Kingi Matutaera Ihaka
One of Māoridoms oldest cultural groups, Auckland Anglican Māori Club celebrates 50 years. Local iwi Ngāti Whātua ki Ōrākei also attended the celebrations to commemorate their milestone.
Auckland Anglican Māori Club celebrates 50 years
The Auckland Anglican Māori Club is celebrating their 50th birthday this weekend. The group, founded by Sir Kingi Matutaera Ihaka in the 60s, is renowned for their sweet choir-singing flair.
West Auckland Pastor’s sermons “crazy and outrageous”- Bishop Te Kitohi Pikaahu
Te Tai Tokerau Anglican Bishop Te Kitohi Pikaahu says a West Auckland pastor’s sermons are “crazy and outrageous” and supports moves by the New Zealand Police to make inquiries.
Māori Archdeacon says US has moral obligation to Paris agreement
Te Tairāwhiti Anglican Archdeacon Hirini Kaa is condemning the withdrawal of the US from the Paris Climate Accord. This follows a collective stance by Aotearoa Church leaders and Churches Climate Network against President Trumps decision to pull out of the agreement.