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The Te Urewera Board has been forced to review its health and safety standards after a bridge on the Lake Waikaremoana Great Walk failed while a group of tourists was crossing...

2015 Appointment Process

2 September 2015
 - Posted by Tylee Hudson (TUT) to Iwi News

Hapū in Rūātoki and Ruatāhuna should convene their second hui to discuss, debate and nominate a candidate for the Te Uru Taumatua Board by 4 September. The Hapū Trust is responsible for supplying the Nomination Form and any supporting papers to Ruatāhuna or Rūātoki Tribal office by 7 September. All information relating to the Nomination Process can be viewed...

'Ever the Land' the documentary film that follows Tuhoe and their connection to the land and the construction of Te Kura Whare is nominated in the Top 10 of "Must-See" films at the 2015 New Zealand International Film Festival. Keeping Up With New...

Te Wharehou o Tūhoe, New Zealand’s first and currently only “Living Building” stands at the centre of Sarah Grohnert’s portrait of Ngāi Tūhoe land and people, documenting the passage of time from the Iwi land claims, through settlement, Crown apologies and eventual funding, planning and construction of the project. It opens quietly with mesmerisingly still camerawork which off-sets the frenetic work involved in...

Sarah Grohernt has directed a film that contains many of the essential elements we praised The Ground We Won for. Grohnert wisely examines Ngai Tuhoe as a collective rather than individuals, following their journey to constructing Te Wharehou o Tuhoe - the living building - which marks both an end to a troubling histroy and the first step into a bright future. Ever the Land captures this vital moment with smarts, sensitivity and absolute...

Ngāi Tūhoe is aiming to move forward from the dark days of grievances over severe colonisation between the New Zealand Government. Last night the NZ International Film Festival premiered a documentary called, "Ever the Land" directed by Sarah Grohnert which illustrates Tūhoe moving forward to a better and brighter future, with the completion of their $15mil landmark building, Te Uru Taumatua. Ms Grohnert's original...

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