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Tunapahore was originally one whole land mass located between the two coastal points of Hawai. In 1953 the Māori Land Court met and deci...

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The winner of the inaugural Ahuwhenua Young Māori Grower Award is 26 year old Maatutaera Akonga. Maatutaera is of Ngāi Tahu, Ngāti Porou, Ngāti Kahungungu descent and is senior leading hand at Llewellyn Horticulture based in Hastings.


The announcement was made by Dr Charlotte Severne, the Māori...

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The winner of the inaugural Ahuwhenua Trophy Excellence in Māori Horticulture Award 2020 is Te Kaha 15B Hineora Orchard. Hineora Orchard is a Māori freehold land block located in the Eastern Bay of Plenty township of Te Kaha, 65 km east of Ōpōtiki.

The announcement was made on Friday 20th Nove...

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E tipu e rea mō ngā rā o tōu ao – Sir Apirana Ngata

The finalists in the inaugural Ahuwhenua Young Māori Grower Award 2020 have been told that one of the big challenges facing Māori is increasing the number of young Māori into leadership roles in the horticultural sector.

The three finalists, 24...

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