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'When it's long and strong, get gone'- Whangara tsunami evacuees
Whangara community play it safe with tsunami response plan following 7.3 and 8.1 earthquakes.
Rising star bringing traditional stories to life through film
Ngāti Porou Lifesaving Club's mission to prevent drownings in Tairāwhiti
Members of the Ngāti Porou Lifesaving Club are preparing for a busy summer ahead with a mission to prevent drowning rates among Māori in the Tairāwhiti region.
Hinematioro pou returns to her ancestral home
After 250 years, the 'Hinematioro Pou' is back in Uawa with Te Aitanga a Hauiti. The carving was a gift from East Coast high chief Hinematioro to the Endeavour crew in 1769.
Planting natives to hold the land for future generations
Takitimu Marae and urupā in Wairoa are at risk of erosion by the river, so the whanau are planting 5000 native trees to future-proof the riverbank and save the marae and tūpāpaku.
Committed to helping the community prosper
Those focused on empowering their iwi in the regions very rarely gain national recognition. Te Ao caught up with one of those ringa raupā in Te Tairāwhiti, Shanan Gray.
Recognising original Māori place names
Two iconic East Coast place names of Ngāti Porou, Whangaokeno and Wharekahika, are now legally recognised alongside the colonial names of East Island and Hicks Bay given by Captain Cook and the crew of the Endeavour.
Wharekahika locals against new port development
Locals who petitioned against a port development in Hicks Bay have been reassured by Te Rūnanganui o Ngāti Porou that they will get to decide what happens in their backyard.
Tolaga Bay locals & forestry companies to meet over flood clean-up
The Gisborne District Council will meet with the Tolaga Bay community and forestry companies today to discuss the post-flood clean-up.