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More than a decade ago they were included in the settlement with Tūhoe, this year they feature in Whakatohea's - but Te Upokorehe say they belong to themselves.

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More than a decade ago they were included in the settlement with Tūhoe, this year they feature in Whakatohea's - but Te Upokorehe say they belong to...

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Te Iwi o Ngai Tuhoe are on track to completing its third environmentally sustainable building.

Te Tii is a community hub being built in Ruatahuna and will house tribal offices, shops, cafes and meeting spaces.

It follows on from Tuhoe's first build, Te Kura Whare which won two New Zealand Property Council categories in 2014 for the Special Purpose and Green Building Awards.

While Te Tii is a large community whare, Tuhoe Manawaru tribal chairman Turiokahu White says Ruatahuna is looking at the whole of the landscape including roading and ensuring the eco-sustainability of the surrounding environment.

"Ruatahuna is quite proud to be at the centre of this. We're looking at the green road possibly a new material to bitumen with the principle in mind it's more eco-friendly. We have responsibility to our whenua, Te Urewera has come back under the settlement and we feel responsible for it so all these new technologies around and Tuhoe quite proud to be at the forefront."

Turiokahu White says the whare is on track to opening at the beginning of next year.

Listen here for Interview with Tuhoe Manawaru Tribal Chairman Turiokahu White

 

Radio Waatea

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Te Iwi o Ngai Tuhoe are on track to completing its third environmentally sustainable building. Te Tii is a community hub being built in Ruatahuna and will house tribal offices, shops, cafes and meeting spaces. It follows on from Tuhoe's first build, Te Kura Whare which won two New Zealand Property Council categories in 2014 for the Special Purpose and Green Building Awards. While Te Tii is a large community whare, Tuhoe Manawaru...

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Ngai Tūhoe has released details of its latest building project with Crown settlement funds with the announcement of a $12m central hub for Ruatahuna. The project, which aims to inject new life into the village and uplife the community, also has a strong Rotorua connection with local firm Firth providing a revolutionary cement for the foundations, the first manufacturer in the world to get a special sustainable label.

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Ngai Tūhoe has released details of its latest building project with Crown settlement funds with the announcement of a $12m central hub for Ruatahuna. The project, which aims to inject new life into the village and uplife the community, also has a strong Rotorua connection with local firm Firth providing a revolutionary cement for the foundations, the first manufacturer in the world to get a special sustainable label....

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Department of Conservation turned 30 on April 1 and Malcolm Smith, a community ranger based in Wairoa, reflected on the past three decades. DoC was formed by merging conservation aspects of the Forest Service, Department of Lands and Survey and the Wildlife Service in 1987.

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Department of Conservation turned 30 on April 1 and Malcolm Smith, a community ranger based in Wairoa, reflected on the past three decades. DoC was formed by merging conservation aspects of the Forest Service, Department of Lands and Survey and the Wildlife Service in...

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A country pub strategically located at the gateway to one of New Zealand's most remote ecotourist attractions is for sale. The Frasertown Tavern is half an hour drive to the stunning Lake Waikaremoana which plays host to a raft of walks, mountain biking tracks, caving, fishing and aquatic activities. 

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A country pub strategically located at the gateway to one of New Zealand's most remote ecotourist attractions is for sale. The Frasertown Tavern is half an hour drive to the stunning Lake Waikaremoana which plays host to a raft of walks, mountain biking tracks, caving, fishing and aquatic...

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A memorial plaque for Waikaremoana whānau who do not know where their ancestors are buried will be unveiled on Easter Sunday.

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A memorial plaque for Waikaremoana whānau who do not know where their ancestors are buried will be unveiled on Easter...

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