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Kāhu ki Rotorua
Appointment to strengthen ties between iwi and Scion
Zara Morrison is expanding her governance experience.
Iwi calling for registrations of interest for bike academy intake
Youngsters given opportunity and village artist shares indigenous experience.
Opinion: Important for Māori to have a say this election
OPINION: In the wings, parties and individuals are gearing up for the election in October.
Ngāti Whakaue news: Treaty strategy on way, Richards named new CEO
Ngāti Whakaue welcome mokopuna decisions on treaty mandate, assets trust.
Eight Murupara rangatahi on cross cultural exchange
Nadine Toe Toe is taking eight rangatahi from Ngati Manawa on a cross-cultural exchange.
Scholarship available in the name of Whānau Ora champion
Ngaroma Mala Grant was passionate about the health of her communities.
Volleyballer not afraid of hard grind for Thailand trip
Teen dedicated to honing his skills and helping train other volleyball players.
Stumped for superlatives! Brilliant ahurei brings hundreds of whanau home
Waiata and haka cherry on top of fabulous time of remembrance.
Roimata Mihinui: June 10 is a special day on our Tuhourangi calendar
Opinion: The eruption in 1886 determined the future of our people.
'Thrilled': Major milestone for local tech academy
Seeds of success already bearing fruit in holistic approach to future work.
'Love my culture': Multi-skilled koroua inspires creativity
His grandfather’s work around many Tainui kaupapa inspires mātanga whakairo.
Opinion: Iwi shed tears of joy and grief as kuia returns
Items of particular significance are taken to hapu to keep a connection to taonga.
Opinion: Who speaks when? Matatini incident prompts Te Arawa hui
OPINION: Who should speak for us is a big question to answer.
Opinion: There's a feast of talent in Rotorua...eh Aunty?
Individually their singing was great but when their voices blended it was sublime.
'This is what I am': Wāhine weaves together intimate stories and photography
The exhibition expands at each new location.
'Wish I had begun sooner': Waka ama late-comer relishes success
Injuries prevented her from participating in her preferred activities.
Modern take on tikanga practices an uplifting experience
Vastly different kaupapa but the message is identical: Whanaungatanga.
'Tarawera is extremely important to us': Whaka boy returns to give back to lake
Working in the taiao is a a chance to give back to the hapori.
Rent: New production tackles addiction, homelessness and mental health issues
The setting might be Lower Manhattan but the lifestyle is similar.
Opinion: Free concert a celebration of Te Arawatanga at its best
Kāhu ki Rotorua: Money raised on the day was a tad under $40,000.
Kaumatua olympics organiser overwhelmed by numbers for 2023 event
Kāhu ki Rotorua: Response takes organisers by surprise
Opinion: Success of Te Kapa Haka o Ngāti Whakaue icing on the cake
OPINION: It was the quality of their material and performance that caught my eye and ear.
Collection for flood victims at special kapa haka performance
Te Matatini teams to take Lakeside stage.
'Part of something special': Job opportunitys at new spa
Job opportunities are now open for a large number of roles.
'Being Maori is the coolest thing in the world': Kaihaka has haka in her blood
"Whakapapa is very important to our whanau; it grounds us in our identity."
Kāhu ki Rotorua: Popular science and design fair back again
Kāhu ki Rotorua: Get those thinking caps on for next mahi.
Kāhu ki Rotorua: Kapa haka helps keep Whakaue traditions alive
When it comes to choosing a kapa, home is where the heart is.
'Be proud to be Māori': Kapa Haka passion grows with each performance
Kapa haka helped young woman find her ao Māori space.
Opinion: Mō te Aroha o te Iwi, For the Love of the People was a runaway winner
Kāhu ki Rotorua: Mō te Aroha o te Iwi a clear winner in uniting cultures.
Kāhu ki Rotorua: Celebrate our communities at Ohinemutu
Kāhu ki Rotorua: Ngati Whakaue Whakanuia marks Aotearoa’s national day.
Kāhu ki Rotorua: Exhibition focuses on effects of moon and gods on people
Kāhu ki Rotorua: Exhibition and book are the culmination of two years’ work.
Familiar figure lead in Rotorua Waitangi Day celebrations
Traditional health practices will be showcased.
Kāhu ki Rotorua: Popular poitukohu fills our city courts
Te Arawa teams are the hau kainga at the National Maori Basketball Tournament.