Maitai Bay campground in the Far North will close to protect its resident Māori population who live in and around the Maitai Bay area. The community say they've closed the gate to the public in anticipation of the Auckland borders opening next week. Harata Brown (Te Karere) has more on this link https://www.facebook.com/tekareremaorinews/videos/258258496218741/
“SOME PEOPLE TALK, SOME PEOPLE WALK, AND A RARE FEW DO BOTH.” Herewini Te Kawau Karaka aka matua Selwyn told me that and he was right. Nga mihi ki a koutou katoa o Te Taitokerau Border Control.
Read Hone Harawira's full article on this link https://www.facebook.com/hone.harawira/posts/10225160801981555
With case numbers rising, Auckland borders opening and Christmas coming, here’s a useful booklet designed by Te Hiku Hauora to help you make or review your Whanau preparedness plan for when COVID walks through your door.
OTIRA KI TE MEA E RITE ANA KOUTOU E KORE KOUTOU E WEHI.
Mauri ora e te iwi! Te Kahu o Taonui are delighted the NZ Police wish to work in partnership with our Iwi Border Controls to help keep all our communities of Te Taitokerau to be safe.
To read the full story, click https://www.tkot.org.nz/news/te-kahu-o-taonui-welcome-collaboration-with...
“It appears a new signal New Zealand is experiencing a seismic shift in resolution of land disputes.
Ngāti Kahu has welcomed Crown ministers onto whenua that has been land banked for future treaty settlement after weeks of occupation. Harata Brown (Te Karere) has more on this link https://fb.watch/axFrgumBj7/
After watching the provocative and nasty way mainstream media like 1 News and 7 Sharp still handle ‘Maori’ stories and having experienced their casual racism myself, I am releasing my key learnings in the following tip list for consideration by whanau and hapu when dealing with MSM. It’s not an exhaustive list, but it is a start.
Kia ora tātou to continue the Iwi Wai262 Digi kōrero we are pleased to be hosting a special livestream this evening at 7pm with the following kaikōrero:
Haami Piripi - Chairman of Te Rarawa will introduce our panel and provide his reflections on the Claim and Whaea Dell Wihongi one of the original claimants
Anahera Herbert-Graves (Te Rarawa, Te Aupōuri, Ngāti Kuri, Ngāti Kahu, Ngāi Takoto) will share her memories of being part of the first Wai262 claimant hearing and her reflections of Whaea Dell Wihongi
THIS COULD HAVE BEEN WRITTEN ABOUT NGATI KAHU AND ALL OF TAITOKERAU: Please read the whole article below by Tina Ngata (Ngati Porou) and consider the pleas of haukainga to our ra waho whanau and everyone else to not visit our rohe this summer.
Uea, uea, uea te pou o te whare o Tamatū, o Hinetū kia tū tangatanga. E tū te tāhuhu taumarumaru i te tangata e tū pakari ai ia i te ao tūroa nei. E Rongo whakairi ake ki runga, kia tīnā! Tīnā! Haumie, hui e! Tāiki e!
Rahiri Mai e te whānau, e te iwi ki Maheatai.
Lesssssssgooooooo whānau, mauria mai o kākāhu hākinakina (come with your active wear