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Te Arawa backs Tribunal’s freshwater recommendations

Te Arawa Lakes Trust (TALT) has added its backing to the Iwi Leaders Group, supporting the recommendations of the Waitangi Tribunal report on National Freshwater and Geothermal Resources. The Tribunal has made a number of significant recommendations that would see decisions on the protection, use and restoration of freshwater bodies more effectively shared with relevant…

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Registrations for Fishing Licences are now open!

Kia hiwa rā! Kia hiwa rā! Te Arawa Whānui! To register for the Fishing Licence BALLOT please complete the Registration form Click here  The processing timeline for fishing licences is as follows: Thur 22 Aug – Registrations open Tues 17 Sep – Registrations close Wed 18 Sep – FREE licences issued to Te Arawa Koeke 65yrs+ and Ballot for under…

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Davina Thompson

  When Davina Thompson entered into the catfish trapping competition as part of the Te Arawa Games, she never imagined it would spark a passion for eradiating the pests – and a job.   Today, her volunteering has morphed into a role with Te Arawa Lakes Trust, helping others spark a passion in netting the…

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Election Results for Trustee Election

Although results have been publicly advertised, these are the official results for the Trustee Election. We’re excited about the new board and acknowledge the previous board members for their contribution and service to the Trust and our people. Nei rā te mihi ki a koutou TeArawaLakes-DeclarationofResult-2018-Election

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Annual Report 2018

A copy of the 2018 Annual Report is available from our office at 1194 Haupapa Street, Rotorua alternatively you can email agm@tearawa.iwi.nz to request a copy. Te Arawa Lakes Annual Report 173389

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Minister for Climate Change meets with Te Arawa

Minister for Climate Change meets with Te Arawa

TE URUNGA O KEA – TE ARAWA CLIMATE CHANGE WORKING GROUP MEDIA RELEASE 11 October 2018 ‘MINISTER FOR CLIMATE CHANGE MEETS WITH TE ARAWA’ Te Arawa is ready to begin adapting to and mitigating the effects of climate change. Minister for Climate Change, James Shaw, met with Te Urunga o Kea – Te Arawa Climate…

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