Hikurangi Group, a collective of entities dedicated to regional economic development, is this week updating East Coast communities on recent progress through a series of lunchtime public meetings.
What will it take to transform Tairāwhiti into a world-leader in sustainable marine economic development?
A public investment company focused on economic development in the Tairawhiti is taking its first offer on a local roadshow this week.
E hoa ma, inā te ora o te tangata – Friends, this is the essence of life Our guiding whakatauki for Inā te Ora is sometimes used at the dinner table by guests appreciative of a good meal. Food is indeed the essence of life, it is crucial we move into the future with…
Fruit peel waste as a source of high value pharmaceutical drugs and agricultural chemicals?!
A unique opportunity for Māori land blocks to access specialists at top R&D organisations.
Join us to explore the future of food production in Tairāwhiti!
Some of the bravest Māori entrepreneurs sharing their stories at Inā te Ora – Food Futures 22-24 November in Gisborne.
It is Rosie’s goal to move the future foods conversation forward both locally and globally, and to build global businesses in the future foods and alternative proteins space.
40 inspirational presenters sharing insights at first Tairāwhiti agritech-foodtech conference.
Highlights video from Te Mana o Te Wai Tairāwhiti freshwater symposium.
Beneath our vision of an unspoilt Tairawhiti with perfect rivers and streams and beaches – there is often a different reality. Our lowland waterways suffer pollution from sediment, pathogens and nutrients. Freshwater in some areas is in crisis. In early May, a two day mini-conference hosted by Te Aitanga-a-Hauiti, Te Mana o Te Wai Tairāwhiti,…