"Waikato-Tainui are the perfect investors" for Auckland Airport, Executive Chair Tukoroirangi Morgan says, because it means the land and assets associated with the airport will remain kiwi-owned.
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'To say I am mortified is an understatement'- Morgan on discovery of clam pest in awa
Waikato-Tainui chair Tukoroirangi Morgan is disappointed by the latest setback to conservation efforts in iwi waterways and says the discovery of an invasive clam native to eastern Asia will probab
Invasive clam pest discovered in Waikato River
Biosecurity New Zealand and mana whenua for the Waikato River are urging people to keep a lookout for an invasive clam species been found at Bob’s Landing near Lake Karāpiro.
Three Waters, flushed?
Co-governance of the country’s water supplies appears to be back up for debate after new PM Chris Hipkins sent the government’s controversial three waters policy.
Waikato Tainui working with police for the betterment of Māori communities
Twenty-senior Waikato police officers attended a wānanga at the Rangiriri battle site earlier this week.
Safety measures but Tainui whānau happy to be back at Tūrangawaewae
With covid restrictions lifted, the Māori King's coronation commemoration forged ahead in person this week after a three-year wait.
Iwi launches Oranga Tamariki diversion programme
Waikato Tainui has secured $32.1 million from Oranga Tamariki to assist in a successful iwi led support programme to help empower children and whānau in need.
Waikato Expressway opens, cuts travel time by 35 minutes; speed limit 110 km/h
King Tuheitia and Transport Minister Michael Wood this morning cut the ribbon on the largest roading project in Waikato’s history.
Tainui rejects doubling of Auckland water take from Waikato River
Waikato-Tainui is appealing a decision allowing Auckland to take 300 million litres of water from the Waikato River every year.