We continue to see Māori across the motu standing up for our landowner rights regarding our Treaty whenua. In a newly published opinion piece on Stuff, Te Aupōuri Operations Manager, Penetaui Kleskovic, has detailed how the Government’s latest moves to regulate exotic forestry are stripping us of any flexibility in our land-use decision-making. While Government
Bay Packers, located in Mount Maunganui, is a Māori-owned fisheries business that has set its sights on the future.
Kia ora koutou, I recently attended the Seriously Asia Revisited 2022 – trade, tourism and investment hui, facilitated by AsiaNZ, which focused on New Zealand’s relationship with Asia – past, present and future. The hui was one of three held across the motu, each focusing on a different topic. It involved a diverse mix of people including
Kia ora koutou, Following the UK’s new Prime Minister Liz Truss officially taking power on Tuesday, I spoke to Te Karere about what her appointment might mean for Aotearoa New Zealand’s trade environment and our mahi. We’re encouraged by the appointment of Ms Truss who was instrumental in signing off the NZ/UK Free Trade Agreement
Kia ora koutou, Te Taumata has played host to prominent delegates from the United Kingdom to discuss the NZ/UK Free Trade Agreement (FTA) and the opportunities it presents for Māori. Members of the Te Taumata team sat down with UK Secretary of State for International Trade, Anne-Marie Trevelyan, and British High Commissioner to NZ, Her Excellency
Aotearoa New Zealand’s ability to negotiate Free Trade Agreements with some of the largest markets in the world will open new doors for Māori in global export and trade.
Register your interest to attend an online consultation workshop or hui on proposals to clarify the purpose of the Export Controls regime, revise the criteria used to assess export applications, and enhance transparency.
Te Pūtea Whakatupu Trust is encouraging rangatahi leaders across the motu to apply for its next round of funding.