- Ture Whenua Māori Bill to address inequities in Māori land law
- Minister welcomes Waitangi Tribunal report [PDF, 142KB]
- Media statement - Minister welcomes Waitangi Tribunal report
- Water science could boost Maori land use
- Iwi leaders hui
- Iwi leaders consult on consultation
- Flavell keen for owners to take control
- Year of challenges and growth
- Te Ururoa Flavell: Draft bill sets up a Maori land service
- Minister responds to criticism on Te Ture Whenua, Te Tumu Paeroa
- Te Tumu Paeroa needs to be reined in - Kelvin Davis
- Claim lodged on Ihumatao stonefield SHA
- Iwi leaders want land law input
- Using Maori land to live sustainably
- Dame Whina Cooper celebrated by Google
- Experience lost in land court reform
- Council, Maori invest into Opotiki kiwifruit packhouse
- Bill 'to stop Maori land confiscations under Public Works Act'
- Urgent Hearing Into Te Ture Whenua Māori Gets Underway
- Durie Backs Reform of Maori Land Court
- Tribunal Hearing Sparks Land Bill Changes
- Māori Party Shift Allows RMA Reform
- Planned Workforce Needed For Māori Land
- Rise 2025 Indigenous Coaching & Development Programme
Events and Updates
Latest events and updates for this section are listed below.
Te reo me ōna tikana, our connection to our whenua, marae kawa tikana, waiata, karakia whānau connection hapu, iwi connection
- Registration required
- Organiser: Paretai, Mau Rua whānau, however incorporating the other whanau, it becomes tō mātou whānau.
Tūhonohono i ngā taonga ā-iwi
Tūhonohono i ngā taonga ā-iwi explores preservation of iwi cultural heritage and development of iwi cultural centres. Kaitiaki of taonga and those who have a general interest are welcome
- Registration required
- Organiser: Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa
It’s official – Rotorua is New Zealand’s first bilingual city
You can now expect to see and hear more reo Māori in Rotorua as the city takes on the mantle of being New Zealand’s first officially declared bilingual city.
Māori land owners shape proposed Advisory and Development Services
Māori land owners involved with the Māori Land Service case studies have responded positively to the opportunity to influence proposed Advisory and Development Services for all Māori land owners.
Māori Land Service case studies underway
The Māori Land Service Programme has begun working with Māori land owners on regional case studies that will help inform the advisory and development services that may be offered in the future by the Māori Land Service (MLS).