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
Apology after whale bone taonga seized
A complaint has been filed.
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.