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Public Notices for the 2016 He Iwi Whakamoe Tau and Our 2017 Tūhoe Education contributions. Rotorua Daily...

A new public toilet will be built at Taneatua's Jack Knowles reserve after Whakatane District Council committed $130,000 to the project in this year's...

This round your Tūhoe Tribal Authorities have the proud job of sharing the Tūhoe Educational fund across whānau. The focus is on rewarding personal initiative, your zest for learning, and in your future contribution for wider Tūhoe benefit. The granting process, to bring about education benefits to Tūhoe whānau, whārua and futures is now open for...

Lake Waikaremoanas living building Te Wharehou o Waikaremoana is due to open in December. Situated at Home Bay, the wharehou will cater for manuhiri visiting Te Urewera and house staff from the Waikaremoana Tribal Authority. It is expected to cost about $6 million and be open just before...

Air New Zealand, the Department of Conservation (DOC) and local iwi have today announced new conservation initiatives on three of the country’s Great Walks - the Heaphy Track, the Whanganui River Journey and Lake Waikaremoana. The projects are an expansion of the Air New Zealand Great Walks Biodiversity Project. Air New Zealand Chief Executive Officer Christopher Luxon announced the new initiatives at a sustainability event the airline...

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