Tapiki Rangihau (Tūhoe, Tūwharetoa, Ngāti Haua) has made the 2022 New Zealand Black Gloves Muay Thai youth team.
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Tataiwhetu Trust celebrates 'wonderful occasion' for Māori farming
The dairy farming trust from the Ruatoki Valley in the Bay of Plenty are the winners of the 2021 Ahuwhenua Trophy for excellence in Māori farming.
A mother's example passed on to her daughters for Anzac
Hinga atu he tetekura, ara mai he tetekura.
Stan Walker reaches the best point in his life, releases new waiata and book
At almost 30 years old, he says he’s at the best point in his life, has completed a new book, released a new waiata and is learning more te reo Māori.
Marae uses Zoom to help Ruatoki community commemorate fallen
Te Rewarewa Marae located at the base of the Urewera Valley has used video communications app Zoom to help the hundreds of people in the small rural Ruatoki community, who would gather at Tūmatauenga Memorial Hall yearly, to commemorate those who served and died in both world wars. Those unable to use Zoom gathered in their own bubbles for their own commemorations.
Ruatoki remember the fallen at home today
Te Rewarewa Marae in Ruatoki usually host hundreds at their dawn ceremonies every year but whānau have to do things differently this year.
Tūhoe in advanced position to self-isolate
While the nation continues efforts to stamp out the spread of coronavirus, Tūhoe elder Tame Iti says they are in an advanced position to self-isolate, turning to the land for their life source.
Fatal motorcycle crash on Ruatoki Valley Rd
One person has died after a crash on Ruatoki Valley Road, south of Whakatane, according to police reports.
Tuhoe icon laid to rest
People of Tuhoe farewell Hema Temara during her funeral service in Ruatoki. She was a stalwart for the Māori language and upheld the culture among many Māori communities in the Wellington region for almost 50 years.
Ruatoki highlights rangatahi meth epidemic
Known for their powerful performances, Ruatoki spread an important message upon the Te Matatini ki te Ao national stage today.