Photo / Supplied Residents of a Pukekohe rest home were among those rescued during the worst of Auckland's flooding on Friday evening.
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Former Homai Te Pakipaki winner wows Las Vegas
You may remember the powerful voice of Pikiteora Mura-Hita, a past winner and fan-favourite presenter of the classic Whakaata Māori show Homai Te Pakipaki.
New mural helping to heal Pukekohe’s racist past
Visual artist Jimmy James Kouratoras of Ngati Tiipa, has created a large mural in the South Auckland town of Pukekohe, that acknowledges its racist past and aims to create healing for Māori.
Epere fears Māori hit hard after Covid-19 case detected at tangihanga
A Pukekohe local has opened up about contacting Covid-19 in self-isolation at home. Tutepakiohewa Hera Epere says, "Just want a speedy recovery and covid-free with a negative test."
Hoggart Twins set for World Pool Champs
With only 18 months of exposure and experience in playing 8Ball, a young duo from Ngāti Porou are set to represent Aotearoa at the upcoming VNEA World Pool Championships in America.
Marae shuts doors after alleged robbery
Police are investigating an incident at a marae near Pukekohe, Auckland where taps and pipes were allegedly stolen from the men's and women's toilets.
Public pull injured passengers from serious crash near Pukekohe
Police responded to a serious crash this morning in Mauku, near Pukekohe which saw a taxi van, carrying passengers, rolled.
Over 2300 students participate in mass haka for Te Wiki o Te Reo Māori
More than 2300 students from Early Childcare Centres and Schools in the Franklin District flocked the Eco-light Stadium in Pukekohe to participate in a mass waiata ā-ringa and haka to launch Te Wiki o Te Reo Māori.
Mass haka planned in Pukekohe to kick off Māori Language Week
Franklin district has planned a community-wide mass haka to kick off Māori Language Week to be held at Pukekohe's ECOLight Stadium on Monday 27 July.
Whāriki o te Ao keep ancestral tradition alive
A group of women from Pukekohe have started weaving and cloak making classes because of concerns that this art may be lost if it's neglected.