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Iti totally free at last

31 October 2014

Nineteen months after he was released from prison, Tame Iti is finally free. Mr Iti's parole period ended on Tuesday. His final required visit to the probabtion service occured last week. His new-found freedom was marked with a cup tea and a slice of chocolate cake at Te Kura Whare, the Tūhoe headquarters, on...

The Government is calling for patience from hunters wanting to get into Te Urewera, as Tuhoe works on a review of hunting permits. While no one has been banned from the land, ministers and the Deerstalkers Association are supporting the tribe's call for hunters to use their discretion while the system is being examined. The iwi's Treaty of Waitangi settlement with the Crown has given rise to a new approach to the future of Te Urewera,...

30 October 2014                                                       Media Statement   Associate Conservation Minister Peter Dunne welcomes today’s joint announcement by the...

  Tuhoe Spokesman Tamati Kruger Tuhoe has clarified claims hunters with Department of Conservation-issued permits have been "banished" from the Urewera Ranges. Recent news reports claimed hunters had been kicked out of the ranges by Tuhoe. The iwi now administers the area through the Te Uruwera Board, a Crown-Tuhoe partnership created after the Te Uruwera Act 2014 came into force in September. The Ureweras'...

Tūhoe is shaping up as one of the heavy hitters in the Bay of Plenty economy. The tribe unveiled a net worth of $250 million and a $7 million surplus from the year to March 31, 2014, at its annual meeting last...

Eastern Bay hunters appear to have accepted they cannot shoot deer in Te Urewera. The Te Urewera board revoked hunting permits issued by the Department of Conservation for the former national park this month pending a review of the...

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