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Kāhu ki Rotorua
Pounamu carvers looking to pass down ancient art-form to the next generation of carvers.
After 130 years in the United Kingdom, she's closer to home than we thought.
The personal trainer and passionate fitness advocate is being instructed in mau rakau.
It's been a long journey back for Flavian Kingi.
Dynamic Duo head for the Big Smoke in Feburary to commence intensive journalism training.
Kereama Heke wanted to grow a future for his whanau.
He manaha te ahua o te whare hou nei.
A chance meeting at a cafe led to a contract at Lynmore Rise for scaffolder.
E āhei ana te marea kia hoko tāonga mai i reira, mai te toa ipurangi rānei.
Akuhata won the award for the 'Best 10 minute / 10 slide talk'.
It's the time of year when children traditionally write to Santa.
Fallout from Covid-19 not only made life hard for Roimata Forde but also opened her mind.
Brazilian jiu jitsu brings you back to earth. Humbles you.
Growing food reconnects us to Papatuanuku, and the kumara is part of the Māori DNA.
Bernie Hornfeck has had a life-long love affair with the kumara.
Whakaue Pakihi offers a hand to help traders reach a wider audience.
Combined efforts aim to improve wellbeing
Creating a legacy of which their children and their children's mokopuna can be proud.
"I've always wanted to give my kids birthdays that we never had."
We want regular data that informs us and provides insights about the vitality of Te Reo.
The programme is designed to help whānau deal with mental health and addiction issues.
Whānau actively fundraise for the opportunity to travel to Gallipoli in 2023.
Covid-19 alert level 2 has scuppered what has become a tradition at Rotorua Airport.
Te Pūtake o Tawa is now open to the public.
Mamaeroa Merito is a woman on a mission — make that many missions.
Working collectively to combat the effects of the Covid-19 pandemic.
A lifetime performing haka gave singer strength to keep her Māoritanga alive in Australia.
Te Taumata o Ngāti Whakaue has a wide portfolio of support.
Ngati Whakaue Kapa Haka had their first muster of the year leading up to Te Matatini 2022.
Te Tatau looks to encompass the well-being of whanau living in harmony with the tai ao.
Rauwhiro Kennedy is passionate about her mahi.
New position dedicated to building relationships with tangata whenua.
Welcome to the new and exciting world of Kāhu ki Rotorua.