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Posts by: Annemarie Mora

For us and our children

MŌ TĀTOU, Ā, MO KĀ URI A MURI AKE NEI – FOR US AND OUR CHILDREN AFTER US By Matiu Wikaira, Technical Forester, Ngāi Tahu Forestry Limited “I te timatanga mai ko te kore – In the beginning there was nothing” Since their arrival from Polynesia, Māori, the Indigenous people of New Zealand, have maintained…

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2nd March 2022
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All Blacks Experience an award-winner

25 February 2021 The intelligent and inspirational vision behind All Blacks Experience has been recognised as the best of the best. Ngāi Tahu Tourism and New Zealand Rugby’s SkyCity-based attraction along with its creative partners Satellite Media, WORKSHOP E and EQ Made have been named as winners in the Digital – Interactives and Exhibition section…

31st January 2022
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Te Rūnanga o Ngāi Tahu welcomes new directors

Te Rūnanga is pleased to announce the appointment of two new directors to the Ngāi Tahu Holdings Board, Jon Hartley and Sophie Haslem. Both are highly experienced directors who will be joining the Board for a term of three years. Sophie brings with her more than a decade of governance experience and is currently chair…

25th January 2022
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Pōwhiri to welcome national stewardship land panel to West Coast

The Western South Island national panel working on the reclassification of stewardship land will be welcomed to the rohe of Poutini Ngāi Tahu during a pōwhiri at Arahura Marae today. The Department of Conservation (DOC) is reclassifying stewardship land throughout Aotearoa to better protect conservation areas home to threatened species and high priority ecosystems. DOC…

2nd December 2021
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The All Blacks Experience is turning one!

Very special birthday celebrations will soon be underway for a one-of-a-kind tourism attraction celebrating our rugby Teams in Black. The All Blacks Experience was launched in December 2020 after almost a decade of planning and construction. The fully guided, state-of-the-art, interactive tour in the heart of SkyCity in Auckland showcases the successes, history and culture…

2nd December 2021
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Vaccine certificates mandated for visitors to Ngāi Tahu Tourism attractions

Ngāi Tahu Tourism has announced all visitors to its attractions will be required to show proof of vaccination from Friday, 3 December 2021. As part of the wider Te Rūnanga o Ngāi Tahu Group, Ngāi Tahu Tourism takes its health and safety obligations to all kaimahi, manuhiri, whānau and communities very seriously. With the highly…