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The need for connection - to people, to cultural and spiritual identity, to community, and to appropriate health care is pivotal in recovery from addiction.  This is a common thread among both international and local speakers at the 2018 DAPAANZ (Addiction Practitioners’ Association Aotearoa New Zealand), Cutting Edge addictions conference which opens today (Wednesday September, 12) at the Energy Events Centre,...

Dr John Wood describes it as a "hallelujah moment". After years of discussion, Tūhoe accepted the groundbreaking idea of giving their beloved ancestral homeland, Te Urewera, a legal personality as part of their Treaty settlement deal. They wouldn't own the National Park - instead it would be a unique legal entity, with all the rights of a person - jointly managed by Crown and iwi. It was a world-first arrangement later...

The Cutting Edge addiction conference will be held in Rotorua next month hosting interesting and high profile local Māori and international speakers. The conference is New Zealand's key addiction treatment gathering, providing the opportunity for the addiction sector to get together, network, learn about and embrace innovative thinking and practice. This year's theme is 'It's all about Connection'. The conference is...

Two substantial forests on Te Manawa o Tuhoe land in the Bay of Plenty are being marketed by Colliers International's specialist forestry team. The forests are quite close to one another, about 30km southwest of Whakatane, with a net stocked area totalling about 1442ha of mid-rotation radiata pine crop. Colliers' forestry broker Warwick Searle says the Bay of Plenty region has proven high growth rates. "Te Manawa o...

A new cultural hub in Ruatāhuna is the third eco-friendly building for Ngāi Tūhoe, representing their values of mana motuhake and self-sustainability. Jason Renes went to the opening and explored Tūhoe’s 40-year housing strategy. This is part of a series on Māori land and housing. Hokimoana Te Rika-Hekerangi sits on the courtyard of Te Tii. Her hair is cloudy white, her moko kauae is green-black. It almost gleams when the light...

It seeks to be a central hub which breathes new life into the village and uplifts the local community. It anticipates the arrival of manuhiri to experience a Tuhoe way of life, to spend time in Ruatahuna and be introduced to Te Urewera.   The new facility will accommodate a general store, the tribal office, cafe, gas station, motel, radio station, laundry, market place, playground, community garden and other inviting outdoor...

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