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GNS Science has been awarded funding for two new projects in the 2016 round of the Government’s Vision Mâtauranga Capability Fund, which invests in programmes that help iwi development for the benefit of New Zealand. A third project which is led by Ngâi Tûhoe with support from GNS Science has also been successful in winning funding. The projects will receive funding of $100,000 each for terms that range from one to two...

THE co-owners of Waikaremoana Holiday Park say they do not support a threatened ban on activities at the lake and will carry on as usual. In the lead-up to having its grievances heard in the Maori Land Court in Wairoa next Tuesday, members of the small Ngati Ruapani iwi said that for four days from tomorrow they would place a rahui “banning all activities” on the lake and adjacent lands. Gisborne...

Notice of Hui for Election of Replacement Trustees for above at Pouahinau Marae Hodges Road, Waimana 10am July 24...

Rūātoki A13 and A14B Trust AGM 2016: Friday July 15 at 10am. Rewarewa Marae,...

Investing in Māori science & innovation Science and Innovation Minister Steven Joyce and Māori Development Minister Te Ururoa Flavell today announced the successful recipients of the 2016 Te Pūnaha Hihiko - Vision Mātauranga Capability Fund investment round. “A total of $3.97 million will be invested in 33 new programmes over the next two years,” Mr Joyce says. “We’ve made a substantial investment...

The group behind a two-day rahui aimed at stopping all activity on Lake Waikaremoana says it has yet to decide how the ban will be enforced. Ngati Ruapani Kaumatua plans to impose the rahui on the popular northern Hawke's Bay lake on Monday and Tuesday, to coincide with the hearing of related land claims at a sitting of the Maori Land Court in Wairoa. The rahui – banning activity on the lake and all access to it...

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