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Tūhoe is shaping up as one of the heavy hitters in the Bay of Plenty economy. The tribe unveiled a net worth of $250 million and a $7 million surplus from the year to March 31, 2014, at its annual meeting last...

Eastern Bay hunters appear to have accepted they cannot shoot deer in Te Urewera. The Te Urewera board revoked hunting permits issued by the Department of Conservation for the former national park this month pending a review of the...

The board which oversees Te Urewera in the Bay of Plenty says it is reviewing hunting permits to create a more efficient system. Tamati Kruger. Photo: RNZ As of July, Te Urewera National Park became a new legal entity governed by a board of Ngai Tuhoe and Crown appointees The board's chair, Tamati Kruger, said all current permits are on hold and no new ones will be approved while it considers changes to how permission is...

Deerstalkers are being kept out of the Ureweras during the spring hunt while the park's new administration sorts out a permitting system. Deer stalkers used to obtain Department of Conservation permits, which have become invalid since Te Urewera Act became law. Hunting in Te Urewera is suspended in the meantime and DOC permits to hunt or run pig dogs in the area are now void. New Zealand Deerstalkers Association president Bill...

Hunters wanting to hunt in Te Urewera National Park will have to wait until the new year to gain access until the board reviews its permit process.  The new move has created some anxiety with hunters, but the chairman of the board says it is a move to look at safety measures such as improved monitoring of hunters' locations.  Te Urewera National Park is now a new legal entity governed by a board of Tūhoe and Crown...

Deerstalkers and pig hunters who frequent the Te Urewera Ranges are being reassured they'll be allowed back in to hunt as soon as possible. Hunters are currently banned from the ranges and the Department of Conservation is no longer issuing permits. The Te Urewera Board, a Crown-Tuhoe partnership, has authority over the area and is working through the legalities of issuing hunting permits. Deerstalkers' Association spokesman Alec...

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