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Te Kotahitanga o Te Atiawa are selling two freehold sections and would like to offer these exclusively to registered members to purchase prior to them going on the open market. The two properties were acquired through the deferred selection properties process as part of our treaty settlement. 79A Glen Park Avenue, Frankleigh Park in New Plymouth – This very generously sized...
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Whakamoe tai, whakamoe ahiahi, whakamoe te ingoa Atkinson Building ki tua, ki tua e hai! Nau mai te ao awatea, whakahō taku takapou a Ngāmotu House ki te whai ao, ki te ao mārama. Tihei mouri ora.    For over nine months the old Atkinson Building on Devon Street West has been under wraps while building...
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The 40-year-old North Egmont Visitor Centre is to be replaced with a new fit-for-purpose facility. The decision to build a new visitor centre was recently made by project partners Department of Conservation (DOC), Kānoa-RDU, the Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment’s Regional Development Unit and Te Kotahitanga o Te Atiawa (Te Kotahitanga). $2.89 million has...
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Realising the vision of the Taranaki Crossing project took another step forward this week with the start of on-site works for the North Egmont Visitor Centre within the National Park. The existing café within the visitor centre is now being decommissioned to enable a $2.9 million redevelopment project, a partnership involving the Department of Conservation...
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E te motu e! Whakanuia te huringa tau motuhake 50 o te reo Māori me te mana whakaaweawe o te rōpū, Ngā Tamatoa, tihei mouri ora. Te Kotahitanga o Te Atiawa, Ngāti Te Whiti and Puketapu hapū, the whānau of Hana Te Hemara, New Plymouth District Council and partners are proud to welcome Ngā Tamatoa...
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Symon Knuckey is a dedicated māmā, Amo Taurima (Deputy Principal), kaiako, kaikaranga and community champion who has added post-graduate student to the growing number of pōtae she wears. Her academic achievements, paired with her commitment to her community and iwi (Te Atiawa, Ngāti Mutunga, Ngāti Tama, Taranaki Iwi) led to Symon receiving a $5,000 education...
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With aspirations of working for her iwi in Taranaki, Shaye Witehira (Te Atiawa, Taranaki Iwi) is well on her way to achieving this goal. In her second year of her Bachelor of Arts (Law/Indigenous Studies) at the University of Waikato, Shaye has spent her summers working in internships at the Māori Land Court, Te Kāhui...
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Te Kotahitanga o Te Atiawa are proud to announce $141,000 of Education Grants have been distributed to 149 Te Atiawa uri across Aotearoa. Congratulations Symon Knuckey who received our $5,000 post-graduate grant. Symon is studying towards her Masters degree – Poutāhū Whakaakoranga from Te Wānanga o Raukawa. Congratulations also to the following five recipients of our...
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Last week Te Kotahitanga o Te Atiawa (Te Kotahitanga) confirmed its purchase of Education House in New Plymouth from Toitū Te Whenua, Land Information New Zealand (LINZ). Te Kotahitanga have plans to demolish the building before the end of the year. Located on the corner of Eliot and Courtney Streets in New Plymouth, this six-storey...
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Atkinson House
The 50-year-old six-storey Atkinson House in New Plymouth’s CBD will be receiving a complete makeover. Purchased by Te Kotahitanga o Te Atiawa (Te Kotahitanga) in April 2022, this 50,000m2 commercial building located at 139 Devon Street West will have a total interior and exterior refurbishment. Liana Poutu, Chair of Te Kotahitanga o Te Atiawa, is...
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