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Department of Conservation turned 30 on April 1 and Malcolm Smith, a community ranger based in Wairoa, reflected on the past three decades. DoC was formed by merging conservation aspects of the Forest Service, Department of Lands and Survey and the Wildlife Service in...

Public Health Notice

10 April 2017

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Six billion dollars. That's the scale of assets controlled by iwi which have signed settlements with the Crown. That figure could double in a decade or so, believes one expert who has studied the scope and management of iwi assets. Phil Barry, a director of corporate finance and economic consultants TDB Advisory in Wellington, sees a big rise in the Maori economy, to the point where the post-settlement iwi will have assets worth...

Tūho Te Uru Taumatua opening hours for christmas 2016 and new years...

Living building nearly ready

14 December 2016

It's not every worksite where you can cool off in a lake like Waikaremoana and be back on the job minutes later. A small army of tradesmen are starting to put away their tools, with Te Whare Hou o Waikaremoana living building just weeks away from...

Tuhoe Education Contributions advertisement Wairoa...

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