Information regarding changes to non-declaration tax rates
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Unleash the Maui
Simplifying the registration process for My Whenua
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Our vision is for Māori Land to be protected and enhanced for generations to come. At the heart of this is how we provide professional trustee services for Māori.
Te Ture Whenua Māori Amendment Bill submissions now open
In 2011 we launched My Whenua. This online portal provides owners of Māori land that we manage with access to information relating to their land.
We've been helping Māori landowners on the Chatham Islands build their governance skills, with an eye to the future of their whenua administration.
We’ve joined forces with Te Puni Kōkiri to ensure more housing repairs take place for Māori whānau.
We've been working with owners of whenua south of Hastings with the goal of returning their lake back to its former glory.
Last Friday, swapping office wear for gumboots and gardening gloves, eight Te Tumu Paeroa staff headed off to Matairangi (Mount Victoria) in Wellington to put their green thumbs to work.
IWIinvestor has today announced the lauched of Project Whetū – investment governance training for those who act as trustees or have responsibility for investment decisions.
In March 2019 we launched a new and improved My Whenua — making it easier for owners, trustees and whānau to stay connected to their whenua anytime, anywhere.
Twenty-year-old Kristy Roa is the 2019 winner of the Ahuwhenua Young Māori Farmer award for sheep and beef.
Eugene and Pania King of Kiriroa Station are the winners of the Ahuwhenua Trophy for the top Māori sheep and beef farm in Aotearoa for 2019.
Strategic investment into the development of whenua, and more support for Māori freehold landowners and their whānau was announced by the Government today.
The Provincial Growth Fund (PGF) is supporting a group of Māori landowners in Eastern Bay of Plenty, boosting the development of horticulture and employment opportunities in the area.
Five trusts from around the motu came together in Wellington to share the outcomes of their grassroots projects to encourage whānau to apply for succession.
Brainstorming, networking, and a spot of fishing, were all part of the first Ahuwhenua Young Māori Farmer Award alumni event.
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