Māni (Ngāpuhi) is a journalist and Postgraduate Fellow at Unitec's Department of Communications.
Wellington-born, and of Ngapuhi and Scottish descent, Mani is passionate about covering Maori-focussed kaupapa as well as social issues, but also enjoys providing insight on Aotearoa's creative ventures.
Content by Māni
Waiting for Winston
Why is he taking so long, Māni Dunlop wonders.
Ko wai au? Ko wai tātou? Ko wai rātou? / Who am I? Who are we? Who are they?
Navigating between the Pākehā and Māori worlds.
Underneath the scars: Healing with tā moko
Tā moko has played a key part in the revitalisation of traditional Māori art and continues to grow. Some also choose it as a therapy.
Connecting with the disconnected
Suicide among Maori rangatahi is more than double that of non-Maori. After experiencing the devastating effects on whanau and other rangatahi, youth workers in Rotorua are trying to turn those statistics around.
Splore 2014 review: Funk, soul and love
Mani Dunlop reports back from the festival of music, art and love.