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A new management team have taken over Lake Waikaremoana's best kept secret - the holiday park. They will continue the work begun by former managers Petrina and Derek Brenchley who left last month. Dave and Toni Caudwell bring their experience of running the Ohiwa Holiday Park, 90km directly north of the lake through the ranges. Read...

Continuing Ministry of Education concern around Te Kura o Waiakremoana school's financial management led to a forensic financial auditing report being sent to the Serious Fraud Office last September. Alarm bells sounded last May when the ministry learned of an inquiry from the board chairperson about securing a loan. The level of ministry oversight was increased. Read...

Transcription of CEO Te Uru Taumatua Kirsti Luke presenting a korero at the Interactive Dialogue on Harmony and Nature during the commemoration of International Mother Earth Day – General Assembly, 72nd session. To the sovereignty and aspirations of member states, my admiration. To the organizers, panelists and people who celebrate earth day, my respect. My name is Kirsti I am an indigenous person, and that should not scare you. All that...

Tensions within Tūhoe in the wake of their $170 million Treaty settlement were evident when 13,000 members of the iwi met in Rotorua at the weekend for the two-yearly Te Hui Ahurei a Tūhoe festival.   However, the iwi's post-Treaty of Waitangi settlement entity, Te Uru Taumatua (TUT) was noticeably absent from this year's event.   TUT chairman Tamati Kruger said there was no reason for the authority to have...

Karakia at 4.30am was not something I was expecting when I signed up for an intellectual working bee at Te Ohu (People, Land and Kinship), a collaboration initiative between Tūhoe Te Uru Taumatua (Tūhoe’s settlement entity) and the Living Futures Aotearoa Collaborative.  To be honest, my main goal was to experience the amazing Te Kura Whare building, New Zealand’s first certified Living Building Challenge construction...

Residents of a small Bay of Plenty town credit the New Zealand Defence Force (NZDF) for helping reverse a generation of dental health neglect after about 550 adults were provided dental treatment as part of a two-week exercise.   Feedback from the patients has been overwhelmingly positive.   “Big mihi to the NZDF for helping our people. Now everyone is smiling again,” one patient...

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