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The Taneatua community gathered at Jack Knowles Reserve yesterday to celebrate the official opening of the town's upgraded playground. A joint Tūhoe and Whakatane District Council project, the playground has been progressively redeveloped over the past two years to provide a new family recreation attraction for the wider Tāneatua and Rūātoki...

       Joint Media Release Tablets, smart phones and a fast mobile network are making the Tūhoe Ahurei festival, the longest running Iwi cultural festival in New Zealand, a high-tech affair this Easter. The biannual three day event offers festival goers Tūhoe kapa haka, cultural debates, sports events, food stalls, clothing markets, and much more. The event kicks off on the Friday morning and culminates in a family...

Vandals wont stop Tuhoe

17 March 2016

Vandalism attacks at Te Urewera will not stop Tuhoe's vision to develop a positive future. This week vandals cut down the new Welcome to Te Urewera sign at Onepoto and attacked the Waimako Marae sign just out of Tuai. Waikaremoana Tribal Authority chairman Lance Winitana and Te Urewera Board trustee Lorna Taylor believe it was a political and selfish act from people opposing and undermining...

Air New Zealand, the Department of Conservation and Golden Bay’s Manawhenua ki Mohua iwi have today announced a new joint biodiversity project on the Abel Tasman Great Walk. The project will support the restoration of native bird populations by focusing on stoat control in the northern Abel Tasman and intensive rat control in the area surrounding the Totaranui camp ground. Air New Zealand Chief Executive Officer Christopher Luxon...

Building stronger relationships is the focus of a booklet developed by Te Urewera Board. With a focus on growth and prosperity, Te Urewera Board aims to strengthen and maintain the connection between Tuhoe and Te...

A General Meeting of Beneficial Owners will be held at Raroa Lands Trust Office, Raroa Road, Waimana, Saturday, April 9 2016 at...

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