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A self-proclaimes Maori "sovereign" at the centre of a court case that saw a woman lose her home has previously tried to lay claim to a wind farm, according to an iwi leader. Tuhoe chief negotiator Tamati Kruger said Arikinui o Tuhoe was known for turning up at Tribal meetings to make claims, and their paths has crossed more than...

The countdown is on for the biggest event in Tūhoe. Preparations are underway for the biennial Te Hui Ahurei a Tūhoe this Easter weekend.   The three-day festival will draw thousands of people from all areas of the country and abroad. Tūhoe descendants will have the chance to celebrate their unique identity, with the overarching theme being matemateaone.  Chairman of the organising committee, Paora...

Yesterday was the opening night for ITI, an exhibition showcasing paintings by Tame Iti and photography by Birgit Krippner. The exhibition will take place at Melanie Rogers Gallery in Auckland from January 27 to February 6. Yesterday was the opening night for ITI, an exhibition showcasing paintings by Tame Iti and photography by Birgit Krippner. The exhibition will take place at Melanie Rogers Gallery in Auckland from January 27...

Māori high school leavers and those interested in agriculture need to act now if they want to take advantage of scholarships still available to cover tuition for a level three Certificate in Farming...

The closing ceremony for the dining hall of Waiōhau Marae took place this morning as they prepare for the demolition and re-build of their wharekai.  A group of over 50 people attended the traditional ceremony in Waiōhau, a small community near Whakatāne. It's history in the making for the community of Waiōhau as they close the use of their dining hall in preparation to build a new one.    Peter Te Atarau White (Ngāi...

The Māori economy is doing well. It's estimated to have a shared wealth of $40 billion, with the biggest investments in the fishing, forestry and farming industries. TDB Advisory, a Wellington financial firm, has been watching the rise and fall of iwi over the past two decades. Company director Phil Barry investigated seven established iwi and their performances. Both Ngai Tahu and Ngāti Whātua ki Ōrākei outperformed the other five...

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