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The Waikaremoana Great Walk has re-opened after heavy snow forced its closure last month. The Te Urewera Board announced the re-opening on Friday and said it was "looking forward to the return of friends of Te Urewera once again." Earlier in July an unexpected heavy snow dumping at Waikaremoana caused the temporary closure to the Waikaremoana Great Walk until safter passage could be...

The Te Urewera Board is pleased to announce the reopening of the Great Walk from today onwards and looks forward to the return of friends of Te Urewera once again. Earlier in July an unexpected heavy snow dumping at Waikaremoana caused the temporary closure to the Waikaremoana Great Walk until safer passage could be assured. The Waikaremoana Tribal Biodiversity Manager Brown Elia and the Te Urewera team have been repairing and clearing the...

Joint Media Release – Te Uru Taumatua and Department of Conservation Auspiciously, one year on from powering up both the Tūhoe and Te Urewera Acts, the Department of Conservation and Tūhoe formalise a giant step forward in both relationship and on the ground operations signing a series of staff secondments to Tūhoe Te Uru Taumatua to undertake the work programme for Te Urewera Board. Te Uru Taumatua and the Department of Conservation...

'Ever the Land' the documentary film that follows Tuhoe and their connection to the land and the construction of Te Kura Whare is nominated in the Top 10 of "Must-See" films at the 2015 New Zealand International Film Festival. Keeping Up With New...

Te Wharehou o Tūhoe, New Zealand’s first and currently only “Living Building” stands at the centre of Sarah Grohnert’s portrait of Ngāi Tūhoe land and people, documenting the passage of time from the Iwi land claims, through settlement, Crown apologies and eventual funding, planning and construction of the project. It opens quietly with mesmerisingly still camerawork which off-sets the frenetic work involved in...

Sarah Grohernt has directed a film that contains many of the essential elements we praised The Ground We Won for. Grohnert wisely examines Ngai Tuhoe as a collective rather than individuals, following their journey to constructing Te Wharehou o Tuhoe - the living building - which marks both an end to a troubling histroy and the first step into a bright future. Ever the Land captures this vital moment with smarts, sensitivity and absolute...

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