HE PITOPITO KŌRERO / THIS WEEK'S NEWS

Ngāpuhi Law and Commerce student acknowledges opportunity to graduate  

"I am proud to say that I will be graduating from Victoria University of Wellington this December."

One of Northland's most important pā sites has been revealed for the first time in more than a century.


Calls to upgrade Northland's power supply

There are calls to upgrade Northland's power supply following the major power cut across the far north this week and it's a developing situation with ongoing talks between the power company Top Energy and the traditional custodians of Ngawha.


Psychotherapists want a rethink on changes to child welfare services so that whakapapa connections can be preserved.


Ngāpuhi Vili brothers debut at Young Guns Boxing event

14 year old Nellijah Vili is just starting his journey in boxing. He won his first bout as an amateur and now he can't wait to get back in the ring again.


Loss of $300 million pulp mill could have brought 200 jobs to Kaikohe

The mill was to have been built in an industrial park at Ngawha making use of power and heat from a new geothermal power station planned by lines company Top Energy. 

The life expectancy of Māori has risen more than two years since 2006, a study has found.


Cultural cause of low Māori organ donation perception

Kidney, heart, lungs, pancreas and skin - if you've got it, you can donate it. But as a country, New Zealand is lousy at organ and tissue donation.


Iwi make shortlist for multimillion dollar project

A consortium led by Ngāti Paoa and another which includes the commercial arm of Ngāti Whatua Orakei have made the shortlist to redevelop state housing areas in east Auckland.


One dream, one desire and one destiny Native perfume range founder Tamati Norman business opportunities with Disney and New Zealand Rugby League is just another development in the journey of Native fragrance for men.


Te Rūnanga o Ngāti Whatua hopes to improve access to health services for rural and isolated Māori communities in it rose by fitting out a mobile health van and appropriate clinical equipment to carry out health checks at home and at the marae.

You know the film is something special when the opening scene brings a tear to the eye.


The haka that united Wairarapa

Last month, almost every school kid in Wairarapa - more than 6,000 - stood together and performed a haka they'd been learning and practising for the past year.

 

HE PĀNUI / IMPORTANT NOTICES

FUEL DISCOUNTS @ MOBIL NGĀPUHI, KAIKOHE

'FUEL UP' PROMOTION WITH NEW WORLD KAIKOHE

Spend $40 in one shopping visit and get a voucher for 20c off per litre of fuel.  Valid for supermarket purchases between Fri 16 - Wed 21 December 2016, vouchers must be redeemed within 30 days from purchase.

'PUMP & SAVE' 10c PER LITRE

Save 10 cents per litre with every $40 or more fuel purchase.  Valid from Fri 16 - Wed 21 December 2016.

'PUMP & SAVE' 6c PER LITRE

Save 6 cents per litre with every $40 or more fuel purchase.  Valid from Thur 22 - Sat 31 December 2016.


2017 Ngāpuhi Education Scholarships

We're now accepting applications for 2017 Ngāpuhi (Tertiary) Education Scholarships. Download an application form and submit your application by Friday 31 March 2017.

Contact us on 0800 NGAPUHI (0800 6427844) or email registrations@ngapuhi.org