Artists Tame Iti and Theresa Reihana work on their paintings for a meth-themed art show in Kaikohe. Photo / Peter de Graaf By Peter de Graaf, Northern Advocate
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Tāme Iti corrects own name on artwork
Self-described 'artivist' Tāme Iti has filmed himself correcting his name on an artwork at a Wellington hotel, incensing the owner of the piece.
Tūhoe raids film: 'Muru' trailer released
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'Stop the talk and get on with the job'- Tūhoe activist Tame Iti
By Hinewai Netana-Williams, Te Rito journalism cadet
‘Freedom? People are dying worldwide’
Tūhoe activist Tame Iti takes aim at the usage of mana motuhake.
Tame Iti shares concern around Police Armed Response Team trial
Tūhoe leader Tame Iti is concerned around the lack of consultation with Māori around the Police Armed Response Team trial.
Tame Iti's concerns over Public Health Response Bill
Tūhoe activist Tame Iti, who was at the centre of the Tūhoe raids in 2007, has also voiced concerns over the COVID-19 Public Health Response Bill and the sweeping powers it gives police to enforce restrictions.
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.
Tame Iti visits Ihumātao
Veteran land rights advocate Tame Iti visited Ihumātao on Friday, which was the eighteen consecutive day since the police issued an eviction notice to those at the forefront of the Ihumātao protest. Te Ao reporter Kereama Wright was at Ihumātao and provided this report on the significance of Tame Iti's visit.