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Tūhoe marae remove support for Te Uru Taumatua
Two tribal marae in Ngāi Tūhoe which represents over 100 beneficiaries are planning to remove their support for the tribes governing body, Te Uru Taumatua.
Tūhoe dialect focus of research
Some Tuhoe are reclaiming their dialect by dropping the 'g' in the word 'ng' when writing and speaking māori. Te Uru Taumatua Chairman Tamati Kruger says if your language is your identity, it is dialect which identifies who you are and where you come from.
Iwi leaders stance on Helen Clark
Iwi leaders are split when it comes to the Māori Party’s stance to oppose Helen Clark’s UN bid for the top job.
Kruger speaks out on Tūhoe's dependency on Govt policies
Tūhoe negotiator Tamati Kruger predicts that by 2045, Tūhoe will no longer be dependent on government policies. This is part of the 40-year plan promised in the Tūhoe Settlement.
Tūhoe to feature in New Zealand International film festival
The premiere of a film which captures the conception of the first living building in New Zealand will showcase next month at the New Zealand International Film Festival taking place in Auckland. 'Ever the Land' is a film directed by Sarah Grohnert and tells the story of Te Wharehou o Tūhoe.
Revival of Māori Language Society
The Māori Language Society was pivotal in pushing the government to declare Māori an official language and a lecturer from the Victoria University, Vini Olsen-Reeder, is now reviving the group.
Tūhoe Chief Negotiator Tamati Kruger a Distinguished Alumni
Among the recipients of Victoria University's Distinguished Alumni Awards recognised today was Tamati Kruger of Ngāi Tūhoe.
Kruger welcomes HRC report on Operation 8
While the Human Rights Commission's report 'Operation 8: A human rights analysis' has come later than expected, Tamati Kruger welcomes it, as the report notes that the 2007 police raids in Ruatoki were unlawful.
Tamati Kruger discusses settlement offer
After fielding various opinions from Tūhoe who attended the Ahurei, Te Kāea was joined by former chief negotiator for the iwi, Tamati Kruger.