Severe Weather Event Support Information - Key Links and Useful Information

Kia ora tātou.

Please see below key safety information and links for areas impacted by Cyclone Gabrielle. Information is changing regularly and frequently, please make sure to check the sources below for updates.


Flood Support Information - 2 February 2023

Kia ora e te whānau,

Ahakoa ngā waipuke e hora nei i te motu, e hākoakoa ana te ngākau i te kite atu kua whiti mai a Tamanui te Rā ki ētahi rohe. Kia kaha tonu tātou ki te āwhina i ēra e raru ana. Mauri ora!

Flood Support Information - 1 February 2023

Ngā mihi e te whānau,

E tūmanako nui ana e haumaru ana te noho a te katoa. E tuku whakamoemiti ana kia tuwhera mai a Tamanui te Rā, kia whitia anō tātou e ngā hihi o te ora.

Flood Support Information - 31 January 2023

Kia ora e te whānau,

E whakaaronui tonu ana mātou ki a koutou e taumaha ana i tēnei wā. Mao mao mai te ua, whiti mai te rā.

Flood Support Information - 30 January 2023

Kia ora e te whānau,

E rere nei te aroha ki a tātou e taikaha nei i roto i ēnei wā o te taumaha. Ko koutou kei te tihi o ngā whakaaro, ko ngā manaakitanga o te wāhi ngaro ki runga i a koutou.

Tourism and education - the recipe for Northland's Kupe Waka Centre

Northland’s new Kupe Waka Centre is pulling together tourism, education and business smarts to ensure it is a year-round sustainable and resilient business.

The Kupe Waka Centre, located in Aurere in the southern end of Doubtless Bay, is set to open for tourism in early 2021.

No stone unturned for Manea Footprints of Kupe opening 2020

The site is prepped, building is well underway, and connections are being forged in time for the opening of Opononi’s new Manea Footprints of Kupe.

The multi-million-dollar visitor attraction, located on 5 acres in the Hokianga, is set to open its doors to tourists late October.

Journalists discover Northland

Guest post by Koro Carman, Footprints Waipoua

Waitangi Wahine exhibition opens at the Treaty Grounds

Press Release from Waitangi Treaty Grounds

Manaakitanga with Sakamoto San

Manaakitanga. It's a word you'll often heard said in New Zealand. There are many ways to define what it is, but my favourite meaning is that it's taking care of people they way you'd take care of your family (and sometimes, even better!)

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