Published 24th May 2016

On Friday night the Proprietors of Rakaia Incorporation made history by becoming the first South Island dairy farm to win the 2016 Ahuwhenua Trophy, recognising Māori excellence in farming.

Published 17th May 2016

The three finalists in the 2016 Ahuwhenua Young Māori Dairy Farmer Competition have been announced ahead of the finals at Claudelands, Hamilton on Friday, 20th of May.

Published 14th May 2016

Māori Trustee Jamie Tuuta was among those honoured at the Aotearoa NZ Māori Business Leaders Awards 2016.

Published 4th May 2016

A section of previously unused whānau land on the shores of Lake Rotorua in Ngongotaha is now home to a new indoor facility for Rotorua’s Riding for the Disabled.

Published 28th Apr 2016

Te Tumu Paeroa manages 4 kiwifruit orchards in the Bay of Plenty and has other orchards in development on Matakana Island and Omaio. We popped up to meet the team hard at work harvesting this year’s crop to find out how the season’s shaping up.

Published 20th Apr 2016

This is a notice to inform all owners of Whakapoungakau Aggregation that due to tangihanga the meeting scheduled for 23 April 2016 has been deferred.

Published 15th Apr 2016

The new Māori Science Academy – Pūhoro – was launched with a bang (quite literally) in January this year and they’ve had a non-stop schedule of events since.

Published 4th Apr 2016

In March a wealth of Māori farming expertise was on full display at the Ahuwhenua Trophy Field Days. In the lead-up to the 2016 BNZ Māori Excellence in Farming Awards three finalists, Ngāi Tahu Farming Limited, Tewi Trust and The Proprietors of Rakaia Incorporation, each showcased Māori dairy farming excellence in action.

Published 4th Apr 2016

Mana Vautier, NASA aerospace engineer was in Palmerston North for the launch of Pūhoro, a new Māori Science Academy that aims to bring bring Māori students into science and provide them the foundation to succeed.

Published 4th Apr 2016

Te Tumu Paeroa has partnered with Lincoln University in Farm:Skills, a training organisation, committed to providing agricultural and horticultural training to students living in rural New Zealand.

Published 4th Apr 2016

Farming data management, like most technology, has changed a lot in the past few decades. As many services move online it’s no surprise there’s wide concern about what’s happening to farm data once it’s out there.

Published 21st Mar 2016

Te Tumu Paeroa have commissioned UMR Research, an independent market research company to conduct two pieces of research for them.

Published 21st Mar 2016

A dawn blessing on Saturday 19 March marked the opening of 14 new affordable whānau homes at Wellington’s Te Aro Pā papakāinga.

Published 18th Feb 2016

The three finalists for the 2016 Ahuwhenua Trophy BNZ Māori Excellence in Farming Award for Dairy were announced on Wednesday at a function in parliament by the Minister for Māori Development Hon Te Ururoa Flavell and Minister for Primary Industries Hon Nathan Guy.

Published 17th Feb 2016

Māori Trustee Jamie Tuuta outlines Te Tumu Paeroa plans to support more Māori into the honey industry.