Sherkquoia Te Pana-Hauraki and Rangiiria Barclay-Kerr are working in Waikato to pack and deliver care packages for whānau and kaumātua.
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Te Kōpū Mānia o Kirikiriroa mural revitalising local history
Māori artists have come together as Whetu Collective to paint what is said to be the biggest mural in New Zealand portraying Te Kōpū Mānia o Kirikiriroa that was once an abundant māra kai before Pākehā settled here.
Sevens stars serve up breakfast and rugby balls
Our national Sevens teams served up bacon, eggs, and rugby balls in Hamilton’s Garden Place this morning. All Blacks Sevens and Black Ferns Sevens team members sharpened up on the ringawera skills ahead of the HSBC World Rugby Sevens series this weekend. All Black Sevens Ngarohi McGarvey-Black (Ngāi Tūhoe) says, “He mea pai ki te hoki mai ki te whakawhanaunga me ngā tamariki me ngā kaitautoko nō konei. Nō reira he pai ki te whakakotahi me rātou.” “It's good to interact and engage with the kids and with the local fans us! So was good to come together with them.”
Tai Wānanga parents “fed up” with go slow Ministry of Education
The Ministry of Education has identified a number of concerns regarding student wellbeing and financial practice at Tai Wānanga School in Hamilton. This follows a peaceful protest yesterday by a group of parents and grandparents from the school community who have been calling for the ministry to intervene since July.
Losing half million dollars as Skycity push for more pokies machines
Māori man breaks his silence subjected to a 25 year gambling addiction. Now, he speaks out against Skycity Casino in Hamilton at the second hearing that sees the company push for more pokies machines.
Skycity gambling hidden agendas claims Māori health provider
A Māori health provider claims that Skycity Hamilton is trying to keep the public Hearing Panel in the dark, pushing for more pokies machines. Meanwhile, a livestream to the public would have helped address the impacts of gambling addiction among vulnerable Māori.
‘I will support them’ to establish a women's gang – Dame Tariana Turia
Former Māori Party Leader Dame Tariana Turia was moved to tears after attending a public event called Mana Whānau held at the Waikato Headquarters of the Mongrel Mob.
New Kapa Haka Competition Expands Rangatahi Horizons
A fresh new Kapa Haka tournament gives taiohi Māori an opportunity to broaden their creative horizons.
Mohi lights up faces with kai for homeless
Veronica Mohi lights up the faces of whānau living rough in the streets of Hamilton every Sunday morning, with her He Manaaki Tangata breakfast buffet. It's an initiative she has been championing since June last year, and today she has expanded her reach.
Council seeks cause of sud-spicious Waikato River foam
A part of the Waikato River near downtown Hamilton turned soapy during the weekend.