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Oxfam New Zealand celebrated entrants and volunteers with an awards night to mark the first Trailwalker staged in the Whakatane district. Trailwalker 2016 raised just short of $1million and although the weather was a challenge for many during the event, organisers and participants rated it highly. Te Kura Whare won 'Best Checkpoint'...

The Tūhoe documentary Ever the Land will screen in Venice this weekend. The acclaimed documentary about the Te Wharehou o Tuhoe (Te Kura Whare) will screen twice in the auditorium of the Fondazione Querini Stampalia on Saturday as part of the public opening of the city's famous Architecture...

A new sign has been unveiled in Te Urewera to mark the authority of Ngāi Tūhoe over the area. But according to representatives of Manawarū, Ruatāhuna's tribal body, they are only starting to realise their dream.  Te...

The government may be committing more than $20 million to ramp up pest control using 1080 in New Zealand but Te Urewera will remain free of the poison - for now.  The battle for New Zealand's native birds is set to receive a $20.7 million boost in this year's budget and the aim is to squash a predicted boom in rat and stoat populations, predicted to follow heavy forest seeding, by backing aerial 1080 operations with on-going...

There must be something in the air at Ruataahuna. More than 30 years after the death of the beloved performer Prince Tui Teka his hometown is still pumping out talented...

The sleepy Eastern Bay settlement of Ruatoki played host to thousands during Easter weekend as the 42nd Hui Ahurei a Tuhoe took place. Three days of kapa haka, sport and debate, all designed to bring iwi together and strengthen the identity of Tuhoe, culminated in a prize-giving on Sunday night where Te Karu were named overall haka winners with Ngati Haka Patuheuheu in second and Tawera Kaipuha third. The first Hui Ahurei was held at Mataatua...

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