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It's that time of year when families are heading off to beach baches, family homesteads and escaping the city madness to enjoy the sun and water. If you're planning on escaping to the Urewera region these holidays and into Tūhoe country, here's some swimming hotspots the locals have on their list of places to go.   There's nothing like a good dunk in the some of the freshest waters around the country to wipe away...

Tūho Te Uru Taumatua opening hours for christmas 2016 and new years...

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...

Living building nearly ready

14 December 2016

It's not every worksite where you can cool off in a lake like Waikaremoana and be back on the job minutes later. A small army of tradesmen are starting to put away their tools, with Te Whare Hou o Waikaremoana living building just weeks away from...

Tāneatua Mou Mou Kai cafe

25 November 2016

Located in Te Kura Whare - The Living Building - Mou Mou Kai cafe does not offer your usual lacklustre cafe fare. Mou Mou Kai gives hearty and authentic kai a modern twist, all complimentd by the stunning design of the building it occupies. With ingredients sourced from producers in Te Urewera, you can be sure you're getting quality food sourced locally and sustainably. Soul food minus the guilt? Sign us up...

Iti & Son

25 November 2016

Plenty finds the face of Tūhoe activism clean-shaven, sitting in an antique barber's chair, and wearing his signature hat. Beside him is the younger male child of his first marriage, the patriarchal bloodline obvious, but the fine cheekbones of his Australian mother are evident, too. This is Iti and Son: two hustlers raising the spirit of Tāneatua, fuelled by the belief that the past is where the future...

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