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  1. Kelvin Davis

    Kelvin Davis is the first Māori to be elected as a Deputy Leader for the Labour Party.  Descending from Ngāti Manu, Ngāpuhi, Ngāti Kahungunu, Ngāi Tai and Ngāti Raukawa, he is also the incumbent MP for the Te Tai Tokerau Electorate.  This year he’ll be challenged by Mana Party leader Hone Harawira and Greens candidate Godfrey Rudolph.

  2. Video for Tai Tokerau voters describe Kelvin Davis as a "Very capable gentleman"
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    Tai Tokerau voters describe Kelvin Davis as a "Very capable gentleman"

    Te Tai Tokerau voters are throwing their support behind newly appointed Labour Deputy Leader Kelvin Davis.

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    New Labour deputy leader Kelvin Davis on benefits for Māori

    The newly-appointed deputy leader for the Labour Party, Kelvin Davis, speaks to Te Kāea about what benefits Māori can expect from his new position.

  4. Video for Northland hapū to strengthen relationships over "Hole in the Rock"
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    Northland hapū to strengthen relationships over "Hole in the Rock"

    Hapū in the Bay of Islands are seeking meaningful discussions with local tour operators to better protect Motu Kōkako, also known as the Hole in the Rock or Piercy Island.

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    Hapū may get more authority over "Hole in the Rock" Motu Kōkako

    Ngāti Kuta and Ngāti Patukeha who have made customary claims to the Bay of Island's "Hole in the Rock" under the Marine and Coastal area legislation, say they want meaningful engagement with tourism operators because the area is wāhi tapu.

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    Charity kaupapa to provide for northernmost Kura Māori

    New Zealand's premier charity rally, now in its 27th year, will return to Te Tai Tokerau this month. 

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    Ngāti Hine refuse to let flooding dampen their festival

    State highways around the Northland region remain closed following floods. Many festivals across the north island were cancelled due to heavy rain, but the Ngāti Hine tribe refused to let the weather put a dampener on their biennial festival.

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    Far North District contemplates name change

    Perhaps it's time to change the name of the Far North District Council. It's an idea that's been floated by the deputy mayor of that district Tania McInnes.  Today Te Kāea hit the streets up north to gauge public perspective on her idea.

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    Greens' first ever Tai Tokerau candidate

    Godfrey Rudolph, the Green Party's first ever candidate in Te Tai Tokerau, wants to bring the issue of water pollution to the fore.

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    Museum dedicated to Kauri opens in the Far North

    Master waka builder Hekenukumai Busby and a team of locals from Totara North have opened a new museum to commemorate the kauri timber industry. Kauri forests once covered 1.2 million hectares from the Far North of Northland to Te Kauri, near Kawhia. Taonga inside the museum also include historical photos and carvings.  

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