Resource Management

The Development Trust is involved in resource consent applications,
protection of waahi tapu sites, water allocation and water quality
within te takapu o Tapuika.

Tapuika Reserves Management Plan

In partnership with the Department of Conservation Tapuika are developing a Reserves Management Plan. DoC have employed Raponi Wilson to fullfill this role. Raponi is in consultation with Iwi and Hapu through and is exercising our thoughts through wananga. you can also follow Raponi's korero on facebook https://www.facebook.com/groups/tapuikareserves/

Te Maru o Kaituna River Authority

The Tapuika Iwi Authority is a member of Te Maru
o Kaituna River Authority established under the Tapuika Claims
Settlement Act 2014, and administered by the Bay of Plenty Regional
Council. The purpose of Te Maru o Kaituna River Authority is:

the restoration, protection and enhancement of the Kaituna River,
the establishment of the Kaituna River Document

Te Maru o Kaituna River Authority is a 50/50 partnership between
mandated Iwi with an interest in the Kaituna River,
Regional and Local Councillors that utilise the Kaituna River.
Each representative serves a term of 3 years.

The Chair of Te Maru o Kaituna River Authority is Dean Flavell
– Tapuika Iwi Authority representative

Deputy Chair Arapeta Tahana
– Deputy Chair Bay of Plenty Regional Council representative

MAYORAL DEBATE - WED 02 OCT

Candidates Bernie Gillion - At large Geoffry Brown - At large Josh Te Kani - At Large Kimiora Williams - At Large Linda Munn - At large Parewhatio Taikato - At Large Suzie Paige - AtRead more

Freshwater Flash -World Rivers Day edition - September 2019

We hope you can enjoy a visit to your local awa (river) this World River's Day. We're always working to protect and restore the region's waterways - here's some updates about our recent work. FindRead more

BOPRC - Funding for community projects

Regional Council’s $300,000 Environmental Enhancement Fund is still open for applications. The fund aims to support community-based projects that will help to improve and involve local people inRead more

Mātauranga Māori - Summer Internship

If you are passionate about te taiao, mātauranga Māori and conservation, this could be for you. An opportunity to do a paid summer internship with the Department of Conservation in Rotorua isRead more

Waiari E-News Sept 2019

Kia ora, Sun, rain, pollen and wind… on repeat cycles, for the next month or two. It is fair to say spring is on its way, yet the unsettled weather is a clear sign that mother nature is runningRead more

Tapuika Whakarauora Reo Ra Whakangahau 2019

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$10,000 The Sir Hugh Kawharu Masters Scholarship for Innovation in Science

The Sir Hugh Kawharu Masters Scholarship for Innovation in Science is a scholarship for Māori students who are engaged in masters level study in the sciences. It is awarded by the Kawharu FoundationRead more

Te Wai Pounamu - ELECTION NOTICE

Voting papers have been sent via post to all registered whanau who reside in the South Island. VOTING CLOSES: 22nd September 2019 If you have not yet registered and wish to participate in theRead more

HUI THURSDAY 22 AUG - TMoK Draft Action Plan

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Te Maru o Kaituna - Annual Activity Report 2018/19

E ngā mana, e ngā reo, e ngā karangatanga maha, tēnā koutou katoa. Te Maru o Kaituna  (TMoK) has released the Annual Activity Report for 2018/19 financial year. We invite TMoK appointingRead more

FREE YOUTH TRAINING - HORTICULTURE TE PUKE

All Graduates will gain the NZ Certificate of Primary Industry Skills (Level 2) Course starts on the 02 September to the 14th of December To register: www.fruition.ac.nz or phone Maia Haeata 027Read more

Te Tini a Tuna - Draft Action Plan

E ngā mana, e ngā reo, e ngā karangatanga maha, tēnā koutou katoa. Te Maru o Kaituna River Authority has been developing an action plan to ‘give life’ to Kaituna he taonga tuku iho - theRead more