Vulnerable teenagers living on their own in lockdown have received a helping hand from a team of rangatahi.
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Kai for whānau in need, community-based assessments for Kaikohe
Volunteers are working with marae to provide kai for whānau and a community-based assessment centre that will test whānau for COVID-19 will be set up in Kaikohe.
Northland communities to receive first shipment of food parcels
Northland communities will receive the first delivery of food packs today following a collective effort by several iwi within the Auckland and Northland boundaries.
Interim CEO appointed to Te Rūnanga a Iwi o Ngāpuhi
Te Ropu Poa (Ngāpuhi, Ngāti Te Rino, Ngāti Hine, Ngāti Kahu) has been appointed as the Interim CEO of Te Rūnanga a Iwi o Ngāpuhi.
Ngāpuhi elder says interpretation of Hobson's words are incorrect
A Ngāpuhi leader has challenged Governor-General Dame Patsy Reddy more needs to be done to put an end to the failure of public understanding of the Treaty of Waitangi document.
Unconfirmed "allegations" prompt resignation of Ngāpuhi Rūnanga Chair
Te Rūnanga-ā-iwi ō Ngāpuhi (TRAION) are refusing to outline the nature of allegations circulating which led to the resignation of its Chair Raniera (Sonny) Tau.
Tūhoronuku continue to settle Ngāpuhi claim despite iwi 'no' vote
"Tūhoronuku leadership is seeking to split Ngāpuhi further with the small minority that they have" Ngāpuhi hapū members outraged Tūhoronuku set to continue settlement, despite 73 of 110 Ngāpuhi hapū voting against the settlement.
Ngāti Hine says 'no' to evolved mandate proposal
Chairman of Te Maara ā Hineaamaru, Te Waihoroi Shortland, has criticised the final iteration of the evolved mandate as Ngāti Hine campaigns to vote in opposition to the proposal.
Urban Ngāpuhi want say in proposed treaty mandate
Ngāpuhi descendants living in Auckland want to be at the table as the tribe seeks to settle their treaty claim. Minister of Treaty Settlements, Andrew Little, met with urban Ngāpuhi as part of his hui to discuss a new proposed mandate for negotiations with the crown.
Ngāpuhi Trustees outline lack of confidence in Sonny Tau in report
Te Tai Tokerau MP Kelvin Davis is supporting a report, which outlines a lack of confidence in Raniera (Sonny) Tau's ability to effectively lead the iwi after being convicted of killing kukupa. Three of 11 Te Rūnanga o Ngāpuhi trustees say in the report that his convictions will have a potential impact on the mana and credibility of the Rūnanga and iwi.