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Sarah Grohnert remembers the first time she met Tame Iti. Dressed in a pair of non-descript overalls with a paintbrush in one hand Mr Iti was joking around with other men contracted to paint the inside of the building that would become Tuhoe's headquarters in Taneatua, Te Kura...

A Wairoa ratepayer's group has called a public meeting to discuss the merits of the Wairoa District Council draft Long Term...

It is the largest reform of legislation relating to Māori land in a generation, but a Government delegation was told this week there is no need to...

The organisation responsible for managing $540 million in fishery assets for Maori, Te Ohu Kaimoana, will be reviewed rather than dis-established - a move that strips away some of its power and...

Waikaremoana Tribal Authority invite all Ngā Uri o Ruapani mai Waikaremoana and Ngā Uri o Pukehore to a public hui to share our thoughts on our future. Let's Talk About Ko wai a Ruapani mai Waikaremoana He aha he whakaritenga pai mo tātau? How will our Ruapani future be served by settlement? Ā Hea: Rāhoroi 13 o Hune 2015 Hāora: 9am - 1pm Wāhi: Waimako Marae, Tūāi, Waikaremoana For any information please...

A personal experience of Wilderness. Some think that the definition on a map is the final desecration of wilderness. The label and the line reveal the wilderness, and under the glare of that spotlight the wilderness wilts. Others, scouring maps for adventure are drawn to the declaration of...

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