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He Iwi Whakamoe Tau 2018

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Appeal to Lake visitors

Ngai Tuhoe iwi have a solution to help ensure illegal campsites and the effects these have on the shores of Lake Waikaremoana do not happen again. The campsites were set up during Labour Weekend. Native bush was cut down, home-made showers and toilets were set up, “a beer bottle wall” was erected in a kiwi sanctuary and rubbish was left behind. “Being ‘tangata whenua’ (people of the land) is accepting you have duties and... Read more >>

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Road to Nature

Last month, the New Zealand transport agency alerted Tūhoe that Wairoa Distict Council made an application for the Provincial Growth Fund. The reason Tūhoe were alerted was because Wairoa District Council stated in their PGF application they wanted to seal SP38 that runs through Te Urewera, and that they had consulted with, and gained the support of Tūhoe to seal the road with bitumen. However Tūhoe were not consulted nor do we... Read more >>

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