On this episode of Te Ao with Moana: Level 4 - Covid-19 & Native America, Rena Owen and Surfer Eliot Paerata-Reid.
Tag: Rena. Showing results 1 - 10 of 36
Tauranga Moana iwi plans ahead for potential natural disasters
Whakaari's eruption means that tsunami and earthquakes could follow. Is the government prepared? Ngai te Rangi is volunteering their marae as Civil Defence Centres, but progress is yet to be made.
Disharmony still present between iwi since Rena
Environment Bay of Plenty Councillor Awanuiarangi Black says there is still disharmony among iwi who were affected by the grounding of the Rena today than there was when it first hit the reef. Today marks five years since the disaster, the impact of the oil spill was most significant in New Zealand history.
Native Affairs- On the Rocks
Should it stay or should it go? More legal action over the decision to leave the Rena on Ōtāiti or Astrolabe Reef in the Bay of Plenty. A case before the Environment Court is expected to create further division between iwi who want it to go and those who say it can stay. Wena Harawira reports.
Decision on fate of Rena wreck to be released today
A decision on whether the Rena wreck stays on Otāiti will be released this afternoon.
Tauranga Moana Iwi maintaining the mauri of ancestral land
The people of Tauranga Moana have endured countless challenges over the year including the Rena wreck, pollution of their waters and most recently, outer treaty claims.
Iwi remain firm over Rena wreck removal
Ngai Te Rangi have always held the position that the RENA wreck must be removed from Otāiti. But Ngai Te Rangi Chairman, Charlie Tawhiao warns the BOP Regional Council may not rule in their favour.
Ngāi Te Rangi wants full removal of the RENA
Representatives of Te Rūnanga o Ngāi Te Rangi which includes lawyer Joshua Gear presented their submissions before the panel of the MV RENA at Trinity Wharf in Tauranga.
Rena divides Motiti locals
A group from Motiti Island, Te Kāhui Kaumātua o Te Patuwai, is supporting the Rena owners in their application to leave the wreck on Astrolabe Reef.
Ngāti Awa call for Rena to be removed completely
The Rena should be removed from Astrolabe Reef. That's the view Te Patuwai and Te Rūnanga o Ngāti Awa presented to the panel overseeing the Rena resource consent hearings.