A woman who was violently attacked in a Ngāruawāhia bottle shop before being dragged outside by her hair and turfed into a waiting car is safe, according to Waikato Police.
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Liam Messam, 'Tiger Hood' and 'Olas Life' light up Ngāruawāhia golf course for charity
Chiefs legend Liam Messam shows us why he can play every sport.
$1m crowdfunding campaign to buy historic site in Waikato
A Waikato hapū has launched a crowdfunding campaign to buy back a piece of land at the site of Pukeiāhua Pā.
Hāngī business looks to franchise to help whānau Māori
Te Kawe Ratu (Tūhoe), owner of Da Hāngī Pit, is offering a slice of the ‘business pie’ to whānau Māori - franchising his food stalls for a one time only offer to help whānau recovering from the impact of the COVID lockdown.
Waikato-based hapū resume protest
Ngāti Tamainupō have resumed their protest to protect the remaining borrow pits situated on the doorstep of Puke-i-aahua Pā in Ngāruawāhia. The Waikato-based hapū suspended their protest last weekend in the hope of resolving the matter face-to-face with the developers, however, that has not happened.
Puke-i-aahua Pā borrow pits become target of re-development
A Waikato hapū is protesting the development of wāhi tapu in Ngāruawāhia.
Tainui kapa haka regionals postponed till August
The Tainui Kapa Haka Regionals have been postponed after a hui was held late last night. A new date of Saturday 29 August has been agreed upon.
Radio Tainui celebrates their 30th anniversary
Ngaaruawaahia’s own Radio Tainui celebrates its 30th anniversary this week. Te Ao Māori News caught up with Radio Tainui announcer Matutaera Herangi in between his announcements at the Waka Ama Nationals today. Hereangi paid tribute to “waha reo” (veteran broadcasters) such as morning show announcers Womble and Blossom, Pohewa Tamati, Mamae Takerei and Koroneihana Cooper. Herangi explains the uniqueness of the station, and its importance in Waikato-Tainui today.
Huge turnout for 2018 Tainui Games
Fifty-one Waikato-Tainui marae have converged at Hopuhopu in Ngāruawāhia to compete in the 9th biennial Tainui games over the weekend. As the tribe celebrates 160 years of The King Movement, participation remains the focus.
Kaupapa Māori PHOs set up to fail
The managing director of a Bay of Plenty Māori health provider says Māori PHOs are under-resourced compared with their mainstream counterparts.