Veronica Hauraki has lived in Te Atatu and is married to Joe Hauraki. In 1970 she was awarded the Māori Council’s "Young Māori Woman of the Year".
- "People and Places: Woman of the Year." Te Ao Hou 70 (1972): 38.
- "Language Key to Cultural Survival: Says ‘Māori Woman of 1970’ Mrs Veronica Hauraki." Te Māori: The Official Journal of the New Zealand Māori Council 2.4 (1971): 3.
- In this article, Hauraki writes that there must be a concerted effort to save te reo Māori, and she asserts that if Māori "are to cope with the present" they need to be bi-lingual. She argues that the teaching of te reo Māori should begin with pre-school children.
- "People and Places: Woman of the Year." Te Ao Hou 70 (1972): 38-41.
- Taylor, C. R. H. A Bibliography of Publications on the New Zealand Māori and the Moriori of the Chatham Islands. Oxford: At the Clarendon Press, Oxford UP, 1972. Addenda. 130.