A campaign aimed at getting more Northland tamariki back at school has seen about 500 students return to classrooms since its launch.
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Tai Tokerau iwi leaders perform ceremonial blessing for Indigenous Collaboration Agreement
Source: Nanaia Mahuta MP/ Facebook
Northland iwi issue a traffic alert on the water
Northland iwi and local government agencies are coordinating Covid-19 activities to meet the needs of their people under lockdown. But they say one problem is policing the number of people spending lockdown on boats who are entering the region.
Civil Defence allocates $30,000 for flooded regions
Among other things, skip bins are en route to Moerewa and Whangārei.
Ngā Māhuri o Ngāti Hine opens doors of opportunity to young foresters
After a 100% pass rate in last year's forestry training intake, 90% of the students found work.
Far north whānau first to benefit from new jobs
Far North families will be among the first to benefit from the government's new "shovel-ready projects."
‘COVID-19 has highlighted the resilience that our people have’- Ngāpuhi chair
Te Rūnanga o Ngāpuhi chairperson Mere Mangu says the COVID-19 pandemic has highlighted the resilience that Northland people have.
Accommodation secured for 50 homeless in Te Tai Tokerau
The accommodation will be available for up to three months at four motels across the region.
Boaters attempt to take refuge in Taitokerau wharves
Iwi scouts in Northland fear people are not taking isolation restrictions seriously and are now preventing boaties from entering their wharves.
Mokau Marae rises from its ashes to new life
Taitokerau whanau make their last push to save and restore their beloved Mokau Marae in a fundraising sport event. The marae was destroyed by fire in 2013, but the new year brings hope at its completion date is on the arrival of Matariki - the Maori new year. Mokau Marae chair Clive Stone says, “Half a generation have missed out, our tikanga, our kawa associated with the marae.”