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Te Kura o Waikaremoana teacher and national te reo Maori speech winner, Te Kewena White has finally received his winning speech certificate. Last year Mr White was invited to participate in the national te reo Maori speech competition by Nga Pae o te Maramatanga which is New Zealands Maori Centre of Research...

A globally significant document for Te Urewera signals a change in conservation attitudes and a new era for Tuhoe. Te Kawa o Te Urewera will guide the management of the former national park, which was returned to Tuhoe from the Department of Conservation as part of its Treaty...

Te Wharehou o Waikaremoana, by Lake Waikaremoana, is one of seven public buildings to make the shortlist for the 2017 New Zealand Architecture Awards. Built using sustainable building practices, it followed living building principles in its design and build....

With an outlook over Lake Waikaremona, the $6 million ‘‘living’’ building Te Wharehou o Waikaremoana has reached the finals of the 2017 New Zealand Architecture awards in the public architecture category. The new dual-function building at Lake Waikaremoana, built by Ngai Tuhoe, is a finalist in the 2017 New Zealand Architecture Awards. Te Wharehou o Waikaremoana by Wellington-based Tennent+Brown Architects is a...

A third major building project since Ngai Tuhoe settled with the Crown in 2014 is about to begin in Ruatahuna. The first was Te Kura Whare in Taneatua, which was recently certified as the first Living Building in the world outside the United States, and late last year Te Kura Whenua at Waikaremoana opened at Home...

Lake Waikaremoanas Te Wharehou o Waikaremoana has won its category at the Gisborne/Hawke's Bay Architecture Awards. The building was shortlisted for the NZ Institute of Architects' public architecture branch...

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