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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...

Kaiti School classrooms, the War Memorial Theatre and Waikaremoana's visitor centre are shortlisted for national architecture awards.     NATIONAL AWARD CONTENDERS: The Gisborne War Memorial Theatre, new classrooms at Kaiti School (pictured) and a Waikaremoana visitors centre have come top of their categories in the New Zealand Institute of Architects’ regional awards and are in the running for a national...

Lake's tribal base open for business.   “SPECTACULAR”, “stunning” and “incredible” are just some of the words guests used to describe Lake Waikaremoana’s new Te Wharehou o Waikaremoana.   The long-awaited opening of Waikaremoana Tribal Authority’s new building saw guests travel from all over New Zealand to be part of the special day.   Visitor...

Wairoa will be included in a New Zealand Transport Agency review of highways between Napier and Opotiki. Hawke's Bay Regional Council Wairoa representative Fenton Wilson said it had been reported the Wairoa stretch would be left out, but council received confirmation at Friday's transport meeting that the Wairoa highways were still...

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