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Waikaremoana - Great Walk reopens for friends and visitors

The Te Urewera Board is pleased to announce the reopening of the Great Walk from today onwards and looks forward to the return of friends of Te Urewera once again. Earlier in July an unexpected heavy snow dumping at Waikaremoana caused the temporary closure to the Waikaremoana Great Walk until safer passage could be assured. The Waikaremoana Tribal Biodiversity Manager Brown Elia and the Te Urewera team have been repairing and clearing the... Read more >>

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CHUR!

Chur bo, chur brudda, chur. It’s a word that has become a part of our everyday vocabulary and is often used as a strong voicing of thanks, approval or agreement. Urban dictionary goes one step further to suggest that chur is “a term of agreement said by Māori bros who wear socks with their jandals’. But self-proclaimed urban Māori, Te Marunui Hotene (Hāmua / Ngāti Rongo) chooses to chur it out and forgo shoes altogether... Read more >>

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Te Uru Taumatua

Te Uru Taumatua represents the Tūhoe nation and the lands and wealth held in common for Tūhoe.   The purpose of the Governing Board of Te Uru Taumatua is to lead and serve the cultural permanency and prosperity of Tūhoetana by unlocking the unity potential of Mana Motuhake.  Advancing Tūhoe social and economic development in a way that is distinctively Tūhoe recognises that we will build the Tūhoe nation with our minds, our hearts and our hands.

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Iwi Registration

The purpose of Iwi Registration is to build the Tūhoe nation by registering in a central place the descendants of Tūhoe tipuna Tūhoe or Potiki and those who affiliate to a Tūhoe Marae and Tūhoe Hapū.  Your Iwi Register is based on Tūhoe whānau and Tūhoe hapū.