It’s been a year since 63,000 mānuka seedlings were planted on a 53-hectare gully, set amongst Hauhungaroa No 7.
Rangatahi at WIBF ASB KPMG
Today Dr Charlotte Severne was announced as the next Māori Trustee.
Taikura Nuku land analysis development model Māori whenua decisions making investment
Māori landowners’ connection to their land captured in our Annual Report.
Jessica Smith, Business Relationship Team Manager, has a clear understanding of her role with Te Tumu Paeroa and its purpose.
Selfoss is a small town that sits on the banks of Ölfusá River in Iceland. It’s not the first place you’d imagine finding an owner of Māori land.
To help owners stay connected with their whenua, it’s important that we keep our records accurate and up to date. Our registry team looks after the contact records of hundreds of thousands of people.
Carol Kingham has been working for us for over 25 years. In her role as a property officer, based in Rotorua.
The succession process is an important part of the journey of our clients. We’re exploring how we can make succession easier for everyone.
The first of its kind in Aotearoa, Pūhoro STEM Academy is developing the passion for learning science amongst young Māori students.
Calling all Māori sheep and beef farmers! Entries for the Ahuwhenua Trophy, Te Puni Kōkiri Excellence in Māori Farming Award 2019 for Sheep and Beef will be opening soon.
This week is biosecurity week. A timely reminder to everyone about understanding what the risks are, being on alert and knowing how you can play a part in protecting our vital biosecurity system.
Indigenous Mapping Waananga 2018
Te Tumu Kāinga are part of a partnership that’s helping bring affordable housing to the Manukau region.
The field day at Mawhera attracted 120 people, showing how interested the local people are in seeing what the Incorporation has achieved and what its goals are for the future.
Onuku Māori Lands Trust from Rotorua is the winner of the 2018 Ahuwhenua Trophy BNZ Māori Excellence in Farming Award for dairy.
Harepaora Ngaheu, the 26 year-old from Te Teko, has won the 2018 Ahuwhenua Young Māori Farmer Award.
We’ve sent out tax certificates for the year ending 31 March 2018 to owners.
Lead judge, Peter Little says all three finalists this year are exceptional young people who have set aspirational career goals and have worked hard to achieve these.
Every year we work with the Māori Soldiers Trust to provide scholarships to Māori students studying at tertiary level. Last year, Meihana Douglas was one of those recipients.
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