Over 2000 owners of Te Aroha Aggregation farm in Waihi are celebrating a major milestone in its development, with an open day on Saturday.
Hon. Nathan Guy announced the finalists for the 2017 Ahuwhenua Trophy BNZ Māori Excellence in Farming Award for sheep and beef at parliament yesterday.
You can’t develop the land, without developing the people.
The Young Enterprise Scheme is an annual program undertaken by thousands of high school students throughout New Zealand.
Applications for Sir Āpirana Ngata Memorial Scholarship funding are now open.
Well what a great year of achievement it’s been for us here at Te Tumu Paeroa. Before we all head off for a well-deserved hararei with the whānau, it’s a good time to reflect on the many highlights and successes we’re proud to have helped create.
To become an owner in most Māori land, succession through the Māori Land Court is required. But Pūkahakaha East 5B have a slightly different ownership structure written into their trust order.
In November, Paratene Marae in Ngunguru hosted three days of meetings and events. This was the latest step in the rejuvenation of a local whenua.
Your Whakapapa Your Whenua campaign aimed at rangatahi Māori launched
We’re using new technology to make it easier for land owners to get information about their land.
The first year of the Pūhoro STEM Academy has come to an end, and the program has proven to be a huge success.
An aerial view of Hereheretau Station, near Wairoa on the East Coast of New Zealand’s North Island, reveals a diverse landscape.
Six months on from Te Aro Pā papakāinga opening, we sat down with the Advisory Trustees and Māori Trustee Jamie Tuuta to talk about what this project meant to them.
Te Aro Pā papakāinga took centre stage during Architecture Week in Wellington on Wednesday.
Massey University’s Pūhoro Māori Science Academy continued to help Māori students find a pathway towards a career in science at their Term 3 Haerenga.
On Sunday 31 July, the trustees of Te Uretureture, hosted a ceremony celebrating a major milestone in their journey to transform their ancestral whenua - the completion of a new 5ha kiwifruit orchard.
Over the course of a weekend in June, Te Papa played host to the biggest Kaumātua Kapa Haka event yet.
New tenant Liz Love reflects on what it means to live in a papakāinga.
Fieldays is usually described as the agricultural sector’s ‘big day out’.
He reo ōkawa te reo Māori mai I te tau kotahi mano, iwa rau, waru tekau mā whitu. Engari, ka kī te taura whiri I te reo Māori, he pānekeneke tonu te reo.
500 Kaumātua from around Aotearoa will be taking to the stage this weekend, performing waiata and haka in the biggest Kaumātua Kapa Haka yet.
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