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02/01/2022: KAIMAUMAU - WAIHARARA FIRE UPDATE

Submitted by admin2 on Sun, 02/01/2022 - 12:05am

“The bravest are surely those who have the clearest vision of what is before them, glory and danger alike, and yet notwithstanding, go out to meet it."
- Thucydides

5.30pm:
Firefighting efforts today have so far held the Waiharara fire within the containment lines.

The easterly wind has been pushing the fire towards the western flank of the fireground, so those of you in Houhora and Pukenui will have experienced more smoke than for several days.

02/01/2022: ANGA WHAKAMUA - MATIU KING

Submitted by admin2 on Sun, 02/01/2022 - 12:03am

Matiu Kingi | Te Rarawa

Pāpā Matiu Kingi, is a pillar for many in the Far North. He kanohi kitea ki ngā kaupapa pēhea nei te tini. He supports a range of marae in Te Rarawa as well as the local Kura o Pukemiro with tikanga and reo.

E kōrero ana ia mō ngā āhuaranga o te tūpāpaku i aua wā, arā, horekau he kāwhena, he mea whakatakoto ko runga atamira, tarea ko runga rākau.

Hear from Matiu here: https://bit.ly/3mGKiv0

01/01/2021: KAIMAUMAU - WAIHARARA FIRE UPDATE 8.29PM

Submitted by admin2 on Sat, 01/01/2022 - 4:47pm

Everyone evacuated from Kaimaumau has been able to go home this evening and we are really grateful to everyone in the community for responding so quickly and calmly today while our crews, helicopter pilots and machinery operators tackled the breakout and widened the firebreaks.

Crews will monitor the fire overnight and iwi will be patrolling in Kaimaumau. Four helicopters with six bulldozers and excavators will be supporting the fire crews again tomorrow.

01/01/2022: ANGA WHAKAMUA - HINERANGI COOPER-PURU

Submitted by admin2 on Sat, 01/01/2022 - 12:00am

Hinerangi Cooper-Puru | Te Rarawa

Whaea Hinerangi Cooper-Puru, daughter of the late Dame Whina Cooper opens up about her experiences with te mate rewharewha (influenza) and how it affected the people of Panguru in north Hokianga.

She explains how her grandfather was one of the very people who contracted the Spanish Flu which sadly resulted in his demise. Hinerangi explains how the people at the time had to create kāwhena (coffins) for those who passed.

31/12/2021: ANGA WHAKAMUA - RAHERA SHORTLAND

Submitted by admin2 on Fri, 31/12/2021 - 12:00am

Rahera Shortland | Ngāti Hine

E kōrero mai ana a Rahera me wōna maharatanga ki tōna karani māmā, i pāngia ai ki te mate kohi. Ka kōrerohia mai ngā āhuaranga o te mate, ngā tikanga i whakamahia ai e tōna pāpā hei tiaki i a rātou. Hei ā pēhea e rātou te whāngai atu i tōna karani māmā, hei ā tari kai kia whakaora anō i a ia.

Whakarongo ki konei: https://bit.ly/3FCmwHT

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