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Taranaki freshwater quality and usage kōrero

Taranaki Regional Council are holding meetings with farmers, businesses and communities to gain insights on their use of freshwater

Doctoring results for Māori

Sir Āpirana Ngata Memorial Scholarship recipient Chekodi Fearnley-Fitzgerald just joined a growing number of Māori healthcare professionals motivated to drive better health outcomes for their people.

Celebrating rangatahi in farming

Te Tumu Paeroa is a proud sponsor of Ahuwhenua Trophy’s Young Māori Farmer Award. It gives us a chance to celebrate the kaiahuwhenua early in their careers, who are already achieving great stuff. This...

Ancient Wisdom, modern methods: Enhancing marae resilience

Sir Āpirana Ngata Memorial Scholarship recipient Haukapuanui Vercoe is shining light on the risks Māori communities face in the future due to natural hazards and climate change.

Kiwi genes set tauira up for success

Sir Āpirana Ngata Memorial Scholarship recipient Ange Hura has learnt a lot while working on her PhD, and not just about the genetics of the Northland brown kiwi.

New collaboration to bring more Māori into tech

Yesterday was the beginning of a new journey for Te Tumu Paeroa – the launch of a new collaborative internship aimed at building Māori capability in tech: He Kākano.

A message from the Māori Trustee Dr Charlotte Severne

Mehemea ko te pūtake o te mana tangata ko te whenua, toitū te whenua.
Mehemea ko ngā kaitiaki i ēnei whenua ko tātou
Tēnā tātou e ora nei te whenua, e whai mana ai āna uri
Tihei mauri ora!

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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.