Keep up to date with the latest pitopito kōrero.
Finalists announced in the Ahuwhenua Young Māori Grower Award 2020
Congratulations to the finalists in the Ahuwhenua Young Māori Grower Award 2020.
New website aims to empower whānau
Last month Māori Development Minister Hon Nanaia Mahuta launched Tupu.nz, a new website to empower whānau to achieve their aspirations for Māori land.
Riparian Planting Projects Underway
By partnering with Wellington Regional Council, over 7 hectares of native Mānuka wetland at Otaki Beach is now protected by 1.6km of fencing.
Finalists for the 2020 Ahuwhenua Trophy recognised for horticultural excellence
Congratulations to this year's Ahuwhenua Trophy finalists.
Working with land owners to update tax information
The Māori Trustee is encouraging Māori land owners and whānau trust trustees to update their tax information to ensure any income they receive is taxed correctly.
Changes to Māori land rate arrears and Partnership announcements with Māori landowners
The Government has kicked-off a week of celebrations at Waitangi with a suite of announcements aimed at supporting Māori business and land development.
Simplifying the registration process for joining My Whenua
My Whenua is an online service providing easy access to official land information about your whenua.
Upcoming changes at Te Tumu Paeroa to better meet land owners' needs
Our vision is for Māori Land to be protected and enhanced for generations to come.
Connecting the next generation to their whenua
In 2011 we launched My Whenua. This online portal provides owners of Māori land that we manage with access to information relating to their land.