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    Iwi leaders ‘insulted’ by lack of consultation over skifield crisis

    Te Kakenga Kawiti-Bishara is a Te Rito Journalism cadet.                          

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    Should Ngāti Rangi buy Ruapehu Alpine Lifts?

    Ngāti Rangi chair Whetu Moataane was clearly surprised yesterday when teaomāori.news asked him if his iwi should buy the troubled Ruapehu Alpine Lifts.

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    New pou ārahi Helen Leahy hopes Ngāti Rangi 'exists in 1000 years'

    Helen Leahy has been appointed pou ārahi of the Ruapehu-based iwi Ngāti Rangi entities Ngā Waihua o Paerangi and Te Tōtarahoe o Paerangi.

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    Private David Stewart's bravery honoured at ceremony dedicating his name to military building

    Kathy Stewart, mother of Private David Stewart, with Chief of Army Major General John Boswell at Linton Military Camp.  Photo / Supplied

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    Time running out for regional centres to reach 90% before orange light turns on

    Ruapehu District has one of the lowest Covid vaccination rates in the country but on December 30 will join the rest of the country, bar Northland, in the Orange Light setting. 

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    Ruapehu College appoints new principal

    Marama Allen will begin in the role immediately.

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    Ruapehu Council to adopt Māori wards from 2022

    The decision has the backing of the Ruapehu District Māori Council, which has been reviewing the best way to improve Māori participation in council decision-making.

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    Body of climber recovered from Mt Ruapehu

    Ngāti Hikairo have blessed the site where a climber fell on Mt Ruapehu.

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    Māori input the missing ingredient for tourism in Ruapehu area

    Uenuku Charitable Trust Aiden Gilbert is hoping for more Māori involvement in skifield operations.

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