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Tūhoe and Oranga Tamariki will work together to move at-risk children out of state care and into safe, loving homes connected with their wider whānau, under a Relationship Agreement signed in Tāneatua yesterday. View...

More families will be putting their hand up to provide safe homes for children after Tūhoe signed an agreement with Oranga Tamariki, an iwi leader says. Under the agreement, Oranga Tamariki will notify the iwi of any tamariki with Tūhoe whakapapa coming into their care. View...

Last night a strategic partnership to see less children in state care was signed between Oranga Tamariki and Tūhoe. Tāmati Kruger told John Campbell he's not proud it's required but it's time for Tūhoe to address the issue of Māori tamariki in care. Watch video...

Tūhoe and Oranga Tamariki today signed a relationship agreement to work together to move at-risk children out of state care and into safe, loving homes - connected with their wider whanau. The strategic partnership was signed today in Taneatua near Whakatāne. View...

Te Uru Taumatua chairman Tamati Kruger said yesterday that Ngai Tūhoe were interested in improving the special purpose road, SH38, but from Minginui to Wairoa - not just parcels of it.  "That was our starting point and still is". Mr Kruger said they had not had any engagement from the Mayor of Wairoa, in contrast to the Whakatane District Council who were collaborating, co-operating and contributing as much as possible. Read...

Visitor numbers at Te Urewera for the summer period were low due to partial closures of the Lake Waikaremoana Great Walk track over summer. From December 2018 to February 2019 the park received 11,120 manuhiri (visitors) — 8360 New Zealanders and 2760 from other countries. This was a drop from last summer due to a partial closure of the Great Walk. Summer occupation of huts in Te Urewera was 37 percent, with 10 percent of...

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