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Deerstalkers and pig hunters who frequent the Te Urewera Ranges are being reassured they'll be allowed back in to hunt as soon as possible. Hunters are currently banned from the ranges and the Department of Conservation is no longer issuing permits. The Te Urewera Board, a Crown-Tuhoe partnership, has authority over the area and is working through the legalities of issuing hunting permits. Deerstalkers' Association spokesman Alec...

Hunters with Department of Conservation-issued permits have been kicked out of the Urewera Ranges as Tuhoe flexes its muscles after regaining control of the national park. Hunting in Te Urewera has been suspended indefinitely and all DOC permits to hunt or run pig dogs in the area are now void. The dramatic changes come on the heels of Te Urewera Act in which Te Urewera's status as a national park was rescinded and management ceded to the...

Te Hui ā Tau a Tūhoe

9 October 2014

The Tūhoe Te Uru Taumatua - He Koronga Whakataenga report can be accessed or downloaded from here. A reminder your hui ā tau for Te Uru Taumatua will start at 10am on Saturday 11 October at Te Kura Whare - 12 Tūhoe St in Tāneatua. Nau mai, heria mai tō...

This special issue of the Maori Law Review focuses on the settlement of Tuhoe's historic Treaty claims. This is a remarkable settlement in many ways. First, there is the history of Tuhoe-Crown relations. As Dr Vincent O'Malley identifies in this issue, this is a history that has been marked by Tuhoe assertions of mana motuhake and often brutal Crown action directed at eroding Tuhoe autonomy. However, the subsequent confiscations and...

This weeks inaugural meeting of the Te Urewera Board - an event signaling the area's national park status has ended - almost did not happen due to wild weather playing havoc with some member's flights. Click here to download the complete Whakatāne Beacon...

  He Pānui The new Te Urewera Board announces their inaugural Board Meeting.   Te Urewera Board has the prestigious undertaking of acting on behalf of and in the name of Te Urewera and to provide for the governance of Te Urewera in accordance with Te Urewera Act 2014.  On this date 22 September 2014, Te Urewera Act wholly replaces the National Parks Act and...

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