Though the new ban from the U.S Court of International Trade on fish imports from areas where the Māui Dolphins roam aims to protect the endangered species, one kaitiaki has spent the past 22 years
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Marae collective offers hope for polluted awa
Quinton Tunoho says he didn’t see anything wrong with the awa looking out the window from Rāwhitiroa marae on the banks of the Pūniu, when he had a call from the chief executive of Mangatoatoa marae, 70 km downstream.
Iwi threatens blockade, flotilla over port expansion plans
Blocking access to the Ports of Tauranga may be the only way to force its owners to rethink expansion plans, Tauranga Iwi Ngāi Te Rangi says.
Bill reform aims to protect kaitakitanga relationships with plants
A University of Canterbury researcher is investigating how the current review of the Plant Variety Rights Act 1987 could be reformed to protect kaitiaki relationships with taonga plant species and
Prince Harry... Why? By Moana Maniapoto
Opinion by Moana Maniapoto
Ngāi Tahu withdraws legal action after agreement reached over reclassification of Whenua Kaitiakitanga
A Ngāi Tahu mana whenua panel has been established to work with DOC and Minister Kiritapu Allan as part of the arrangement reached between the parties.
AKE AKE AKE – THE STORY OF IHUMĀTAO – ON MĀORI+ AND ON MĀORI TELEVISION!
AKE AKE AKE an emotive, powerful, and at times confronting three-part documentary recounting events surrounding the historic Ihumātao occupation, available on the MĀORI+ app, 16 July, and premiering 19 JULY 8.30 PM on MĀORI TELEVISION.
Why Indigenous knowledge should be an essential part of how we govern the world’s oceans
Two New Zealand academics say there is an opportunity to empower traditional and contemporary Indigenous forms of governance and management of oceans for the benefit of all people and the ecosystems they are part of.
Use of word 'kaitiaki' questioned by Tame Malcolm
Is the word 'kaitiaki' being used correctly?
Reviving the rivers
Te Aitanga-a-Hauiti woman Mere Tamanui has been nominated for an NZ River Award. As an environmental protector she strives to see freshwater thrive for future generations.