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New online toolkit for Māori to build governance capability

Te Tumu Paeroa’s new online training for whenua Māori owners and trustees aims to boost owner participation in the administration of their land.

Is your whenua affected by natural hazards?

The Government is considering a new National Policy Statement for identifying natural hazard risk and how this may impact built development on the whenua.

Māori need to be a part of community-led retreat kōrero

Te Tumu Paeroa is encouraging Māori landowners to have their say on crucial decisions about community-led retreat.

Māori dairy farmers’ turn in the Ahuwhenua Trophy spotlight

The excellence of Māori dairy farmers will be highlighted at next year’s Ahuwhenua Trophy, now open for entries.

Biodiversity credits: He aha ō whakaaro?

We want to hear whenua Māori landowners’ views on a biodiversity credit system, a proposed policy designed to incentivise the protection of indigenous wildlife and habitat.

He Aituā Dr Ihakara Porutu Puketapu

Deputy Māori Trustee, Greg Shaw, is saddened to learn of the passing of Dr Ihakara (Kara) Porutu Puketapu (Te Āti Awa), former Secretary of Māori Affairs, and Māori Trustee (1977-83).

Recognition of Ahuwhenua Young Māori Grower of the year Finalists

Ahuwhenua Young Māori Grower of the Year Awards 2023

Whenua inspection project underway

Since the devastating impact of Cyclone Gabrielle on whenua Māori and communities, Te Tumu Paeroa has been connecting with local and regional councils, government agencies and business and industry gr...

Update on the Māori Trustee Response to Cyclone Gabrielle

With the impact of Cyclone Gabrielle still very much on the minds of all, the Māori Trustee, Dr Charlotte Severne, has acknowledged the manaakitanga shown by volunteers and communities during this dif...