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.
Te Tumu Paeroa and Te Puni Kōkiri are hosting the inaugural Ahuwhenua Young Māori Farmer Alumni event on Friday 17 May in Wellington.
Tax certificates for the year ending 31 March 2019 are now being sent to owners.
WhenuaViz is a new website intended to help Māori land owners and managers find out more about the physical characteristics, constraints and potential of their whenua Māori.
Te Tumu Paeroa offices in Rotorua, Hamilton, Gisborne, Whanganui and Wellington will be closed on Monday 6th and Tuesday 7th of May for a hui.
Kōpūtara Trust whanau planting day Town of Carnarvon Sandon 382 & 383
The finalists in this year’s Ahuwhenua Young Māori Farmer Award for Sheep and Beef have been announced.
Congratulations to this year's Ahuwhenua Trophy finalists for the top Māori sheep and beef farm.
Thousands of supporters have been filling Westpac Stadium this week, attending Te Matatini – the biennial Kapa Haka Festival. And they also get the chance to see some Te Tumu Paeroa staff on stage.
100 million from the Provincial Growth Fund whenua Māori
Applications for the 2019 Sir Āpirana Ngata Memorial Scholarship are now open.
Last week we celebrated the completion of one of Auckland’s newest affordable housing communities at Waimahia Inlet.
Summer Christmas office opening hours
Dr Charlotte Severne, the newly appointed Māori Trustee, started her first day at Te Tumu Paeroa today with a pōwhiri held at Pipitea marae in Wellington.
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.
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