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2 July 2014

Tuhoe leader Tamati Kruger has served as a winn ing inspiration for one student at a regional oratory competition.  Te Urupounamu McGarvey, 11, said Mr Kruger was someone she looked up to "because he fights for the land", and her speech about him led her to the...

The eight iwi comprising the Central North Island Iwi Collective have completed a mana whenua (territorial rights) process to establish a land ownership agreement that will take effect in...

Opotiki trucker Robert Monk, of Robert Monk Transport, says its is a shame the Goverment has not included funds in its $212 million road upgrade package, announced in the weekend, for the Pekatahi road-rail...

Hokimoana Te Rika-Hekerangi of Tūhoe was raised in Ruatāhuna, but in recent years has based herself in the community of Murupara. At the age of 76, she's busier than ever teaching communities the Māori language. This has earned her a nomination in the Community Spirit category of the Pride of NZ Awards. The Community Spirit section is one of six categories. The award recognises individuals who make extraordinary personal...

CNI Kaingaroa Forest land allocation decided The eight iwi who make up the Central North Island iwi collective has announced the completion of a mana whenua process, and the ratification of the final allocation agreement in relation to their treaty...

Seven years after the body of James Takamore was snatched from a funeral parlour, it finally looks set to return...

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