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Te Tumu Paeroa staff on stage at Te Matatini

Thousands of supporters have been filling Westpac Stadium this week, attending Te Matatini – the biennial Kapa Haka Festival. 

100 million from the Provincial Growth Fund to help unlock the potential of whenua Māori

Last week Minister Hon Nanaia Mahuta announced the allocation of up to $100 million from the Provincial Growth Fund (PGF) to help unlock the potential of whenua Māori.

Applications for the 2019 Sir Āpirana Ngata Memorial Scholarship are now open

The scholarship is about encouraging higher education among Māori, supporting those studying at tertiary level. Managed by Te Tumu Paeroa on behalf of the Māori Soldiers Trust, the Sir Āpirana Ngata M...

Newest affordable housing development celebrated

Last week we celebrated the completion of one of Auckland’s newest affordable housing communities at Waimahia Inlet.

Ahuwhenua Trophy winning Trust featured on Country Calendar

Onuku Māori Lands Trust from Rotorua, winner of the 2018 Ahuwhenua Trophy BNZ Māori Excellence in Farming Award for dairy, has been featured on Country Calendar.

Te Tumu Paeroa welcomes new Māori Trustee

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.

Turning marginal land into a protector for New Zealand biosecurity

It’s been a year since 63,000 mānuka seedlings were planted on a 53-hectare gully.

Rangatahi entrepreneurs to make global connections on home soil

Te Tumu Paeroa, KPMG and ASB sponsor students to attend the World Indigenous Business Forum in Rotorua this month.

Dr Charlotte Severne announced as next Māori Trustee

Dr Charlotte Severne has been announced as the next Māori Trustee.