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A group of 30 Tūhoe descendants travelled to France and Belgium in memory of fallen soldiers in WW1 to celebrate more than a 100 years since the signing of the Armistice which ended WW1. The group represented 60 World War 1 soldiers within Te Urewera who were connected to Waikaremoana, Ruatāhuna, Waiohau, Rūātoki, Waimana and Tāneatua. READ...

Kawerau Medical Centre’s model of care is the philosophical launch pad for central North Island iwi Tūhoe’s ambitious expansion plans to improve the health of its people. Tāmati Kruger, a member of the iwi’s trust, Te Uru Taumatua, says Tūhoe is set to open a new clinic in Ruatahuna by next March with another clinic opening later in 2020 at Waikaremoana. Tūhoe bought the Kawerau clinic in July after opening its first...

Five years after it opened, the Kawerau Medical Centre business has been sold to the Tūhoe tribal group.   The medical centre was launched in 2014 by businessman Lance McNicholas and his wife, GP Emily McNicholas.   Mr McNicholas confirmed the sale of the business had gone through on 1 July. The couple will retain ownership of the building and will run the practice for Tūhoe as contractors. Read...

The need for connection - to people, to cultural and spiritual identity, to community, and to appropriate health care is pivotal in recovery from addiction.  This is a common thread among both international and local speakers at the 2018 DAPAANZ (Addiction Practitioners’ Association Aotearoa New Zealand), Cutting Edge addictions conference which opens today (Wednesday September, 12) at the Energy Events Centre,...

Dr John Wood describes it as a "hallelujah moment". After years of discussion, Tūhoe accepted the groundbreaking idea of giving their beloved ancestral homeland, Te Urewera, a legal personality as part of their Treaty settlement deal. They wouldn't own the National Park - instead it would be a unique legal entity, with all the rights of a person - jointly managed by Crown and iwi. It was a world-first arrangement later...

The Cutting Edge addiction conference will be held in Rotorua next month hosting interesting and high profile local Māori and international speakers. The conference is New Zealand's key addiction treatment gathering, providing the opportunity for the addiction sector to get together, network, learn about and embrace innovative thinking and practice. This year's theme is 'It's all about Connection'. The conference is...

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