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    Long-running occupation of Wellington's Shelly Bay 'suspended'

    The Mau Whenua collective has suspended their long-running occupation of Marukaikuru, Shelly Bay in Wellington.

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    Mouri stone laid at Shelly Bay as part of healing process

    Photo / File Taranaki Whānui tribal members have gathered to lay a mouri stone as part of a healing and unification process at Shelly Bay in Wellington this morning.

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    Ūpoko o te Ika iwi urge quick end to Parliament protest

    Te Rūnanga o Toa Rangatira is condemning the nearly two-week long protest and occupation of Parliament, and surrounding streets, and is urging for a quick resolution.

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    Mana whenua collaborate on new Archives New Zealand building

    Taranaki Whānui, Te Āti Awa held a special ceremony at dawn to begin the construction of Aotearoa's most significant public building, a new state-of-the-art Archives facility in Wellington,  to con

  5. Video for Taranaki Mounga project to restore the ‘mauri’ back to the mountain
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    Taranaki Mounga project to restore the ‘mauri’ back to the mountain

    Taranaki Mounga is an ambitious conservation project transforming the mountain, ranges and islands of Taranaki. 

  6. Video for Wellington mana whenua council reps gain voting rights and six figure pay packets
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    Wellington mana whenua council reps gain voting rights and six figure pay packets

    Currently, representatives from Taranaki Whānui ki Te Upoko o Te Ika and Ngāti Toa Rangatira are members of the strategy and policy committee, and the annual/long term plan committee but receive no remuneration and have no voting rights.

  7. Video for Wainuiōmata whānau grateful for new warm home ahead of winter
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    Wainuiōmata whānau grateful for new warm home ahead of winter

    Eddie and Michelle Edmonds and their son Kaitiaki Manawa have just moved into their new home in Wainuiōmata. Their new home is based on iwi land 'Te Punawai' and is a Taranaki Whānui housing development initiative that will put a roof over their families before the harsh winter cold sets in.

  8. Video for Kaitahi superfood helps to boost immunities as winter approaches
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    Kaitahi superfood helps to boost immunities as winter approaches

    Kaitahi is an iwi-owned enterprise and is boosting household wellbeing with donations of their award-winning Frozen Superfood Smoothy Drops to iwi and emergency care services throughout the North Island. 

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