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Fishing rāhui in Russell aims to reinvigorate fishery
A rāhui on fishing in certain areas in the Bay of Islands, instigated by Kororāreka Marae in Russell, aims to give fishing stocks in the area a much-needed rest during Spring and early Summer.
Moving rāhui from lore to law for Taranaki mana whenua to keep kaimoana safe
Taranaki mana whenua are hoping support from the New Plymouth District Council will help galvanise their push to legally ban kaimoana gathering along their coastline.
Taranaki hapū seek 2 year legal ban on kaimoana collection along coastline
Photo / File Taranaki hapū want a rāhui on collecting kaimoana along their coastline made legally enforceable for two years.
Taranaki hapū seeks shellfish ban
The fisheries minister is considering an application from the hapū of Taranaki iwi to ban shellfish collection along their coastline for two years.
Rāhui in Kaikohe: 'Gangs don't follow laws but maybe they follow tikanga'
Destiny Church leader Jay Hepi at today's hikoi through Kaikohe
Rāhui laid to stop gang feud in Kaikohe
Escalating gang tensions in Northland prompted a collective of hapū to place a rāhui on the township of Kaikohe.
Te Rarawa blames local authorities for pollution of Wairoa Stream
Te Rūnanga o Te Rarawa is blaming the Far North District Council and the Northland Regional Council for the pollution of the Wairoa Stream in Ahipara.
Rāhui imposed following major boating tragedy off North Cape coast
Four people have died following a boating tragedy just east of the Pārengarenga Harbour in the Far North and one person is still missing.
Taranaki hapū 'desperate' to safeguard kaimoana extend rāhui up coastline
A rāhui on collecting kaimoana along the Taranaki coastline has been extended by 30 kilometres as more hapū join desperate efforts to protect paua and other shellfish stocks in the region.