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    Te Whakatōhea is leading the way in mussel aquaculture

    It's been two years since Te Whakatōhea Trust Board opened its mussel processing plant with dreams of creating jobs and economic stability for its tribal members.  But then Covid-19 struck, with in

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    Te Whakatōhea begins voting for Treaty settlement

    History is being made in the eastern Bay of Plenty for Whakatōhea whānau as voting begins on settling the iwi's 30-year-long Treaty claim with the Crown.

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    Whakatōhea to vote on $100 million Crown settlement

    In mid-October, voting will open for Whakatōhea iwi members to decide whether to accept a $100 million settlement with the Crown.

  4. Video for Maori style makes gumboots to rival high-end sneakers
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    Maori style makes gumboots to rival high-end sneakers

    Malachi Kurei (Te Whakatōhea), a year 13 student at Trident High School in Whakatāne has set up his own business selling Skellerup Red Band gumboots, which he paints with Māori designs.

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    'New dawn' for Whakatōhea as settlement ratification process begins

    For two of the leaders of the Whakatōhea Treaty of Waitangi claims process, this week's initialling of the Deed of Settlement has been a near lifelong mission.

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    Whakatōhea hapū win customary marine title case

    The eastern Bay of Plenty hapū say they are  "ecstatic". 

  7. Video for Whakatōhea Treaty settlement valued as one of the largest yet
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    Whakatōhea Treaty settlement valued as one of the largest yet

    More than 6000ha of land will be returned alongside 5000ha of marine space.

  8. Video for Iwi unite to dominate seafood industry
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    Iwi unite to dominate seafood industry

    Watch out for a new force in the industry based on 40 years of work.

  9. Video for Tūranga Health protects essential workers from sickness
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    Tūranga Health protects essential workers from sickness

    Essential kaimahi receive a virtual 'awhi' from Māori health provider, Tūranga Health, with much-needed flu vaccines.

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