This report summarises the main way papakāinga are funded via Ahu Whenua trusts and explains the process to go through for both trusts and individual whānau interested in accessing loans and government grants for building on whenua Māori.
Whare Ora is a project focused on providing healthy, affordable and accessible housing to our local people. Our Whare Awhina model are designed to go onto sections with existing dwellings with already consented buildings that have services. Material, labour and administrative cost of $61,947 delivered onsite within Gisborne area, (other areas on as per basis),…
A one day wānanga on kānuka research on 11 February 2020.
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.
Hikurangi Cannabis has become the first New Zealand company to secure a license to cultivate medicinal cannabis plants. The license issued by the Ministry of Health enables Hikurangi to breed cannabis strains that can eventually be used in medicines.
What will it take to transform Tairāwhiti into a world-leader in sustainable marine economic development?
Aiming to commercialise the medical potential of kānuka
The project aims to grow New Zealand’s blue economy by providing new options for high-value marine products and regional economies.
We’re very grateful for the overwhelming support, and very sorry for the technical problems.
The Waiapu Investments offer for shares reached the target of $2,000,000. The offer is now closed. More communication will follow soon.
It took a team of PledgeMe technicians two hours to recover the site and the offer page will open instead tonight (Wednesday 9 May) at 7pm.
Waiapu Investments’ offer has overload the PledgeMe crowdfunding website. The offer will now open 7pm May 9th.