Nga Kohinga o Ngati Porou Issue 45Nga Kohinga
'Te Ara a Koopu' - the 105 year transit of Venus is witnessed by thousands at the Tolaga Bay Wharf, the Gisborne District Council grants resource consent to build a house to store C Company taonga and Radio Ngati Porou produces a three-part half hour series which showcases the top three Maori dairy farms in the 2012 Ahu Whenua Trophy competition.
Nga Kohinga o Ngati Porou Issue 44Nga Kohinga
Nga Kohinga pays tribute to the late Sir Henare Ngata - a life dedicated to the pursuit of equality for Maori in Aotearoa, Te Runanganui o Ngati Porou replaces Te Runanga o Ngati Porou as sole governance body following& the third and final reading of the Ngati Porou Claims Settlement Bill and Radio Ngati Porou scoops 5 awards at the inaugural Iwi Radio Awards.
Nga Kohinga o Ngati Porou Issue 42Nga Kohinga
Nati traveller Mere Takoko talks about fulfilling her lifelong dream after visiting Egypt and the USA, Kahu Waitoa wins Best Traditional Reo Album Award at the 2011 Waiata Maori Awards and the Ta Apirana Ngata Lectures 2011 focuses on "Tribal Histories & Scholarships: Learning about Ourselves".
Nga Kohinga o Ngati Porou Issue 41Nga Kohinga
Cold snap turns Ruatoria into a 'Winter wonderland', Te Urunga Tu hold a community concert to raise awareness about the negative impacts of drilling for oil in the Raukumara basin, Ngati Porou celebrates its' first graduates of Ngati Porou Iwi Social Services Certificate and tributes flow for the late Dr Katerina Te Heikoko Mataira.
Nga Kohinga o Ngati Porou Issue 40Nga Kohinga
More than 500 people attend the knighthood of Sir Tamati Reedy at Hiruharama marae, Ruatoria school girl Te Rina Lyttle meets Justin Bieber in person, Waiapu Rugby Sub-Union celebrates their first ever re-union at George Nepia Memorial Park in Rangitukia and "Ahi Kaa: Through Our Eyes" - A digital photography exhibition by Ngati Porou East Coast students heads to Parliament.
Nga Kohinga o Ngati Porou Issue 39Nga Kohinga
Radio Ngati Porou radiothon raises over $63,000 for whanau suffering the effects of the devastating Christchurch earthquake, Te Runanga o Ngati Porou welcomes new CEO Victor Walker and a convoy of Natis converge on Parliament to witness the historic Deed of Settlement signing.