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Te Ohu Kaimoana Policy Analyst first Kiwi in Iceland fisheries residency

2021-08-27T02:22:02+00:00August 27th, 2021|

Te Ohu Kaimoana Policy Analyst first Kiwi in Iceland fisheries residency 27 August 2021 Te Ohu Kaimoana is proud to support Policy Analyst, Te Aomihia Walker as she prepares to embark on a 6-month residency in Iceland next week as Aotearoa’s first fellow to attend the internationally acclaimed UNESCO GRÓ Fisheries Training Programme. Te Aomihia, along with other international fellows, will undergo a programme of both practical and theoretical study to gain a holistic [...]

Hurihia tō aroaro ki te rā tukuna tō ātārangi kia taka ki muri ki a koe

2021-08-12T21:46:30+00:00August 12th, 2021|

Hurihia tō aroaro ki te rā tukuna tō ātārangi kia taka ki muri ki a koe 13 August 2021 Nā Lisa te Heuheu | Te Mātārae, Te Ohu Kaimoana It is a privilege to have been appointed as the new Mātārae of Te Ohu Kaimoana, and to be able to provide you with an insight to what I see, hear and feel as I navigate my new role. I do want to take a [...]

Launching Te Korowai o Tangaroa – our kāhui magazine

2021-08-12T06:09:35+00:00August 6th, 2021|

Launching Te Korowai o Tangaroa – our kāhui magazine 6 August 2021 Te Ohu Kaimoana is excited to announce the launch of our quarterly kāhui magazine, Te Korowai o Tangaroa. The name Te Korowai o Tangaroa (the feathered cloak of Tangaroa) was gifted by our director Selwyn Parata (Ngāti Porou). It represents the entities of Te Ohu Kai Moana Group serving as protectors of Tangaroa and his realm, a responsibility entrusted to our entities [...]

MPI reveals what happens to confiscated seafood

2021-02-17T06:35:09+00:00February 17th, 2021|

MPI reveals what happens to confiscated seafood 17 February 2021 Story courtesy of NewsHub The Ministry for Primary Industries (MPI) revealed on Friday what it does with all the seafood it confiscates from people who are caught breaking the rules. Because it can't all just be thrown back in the ocean, the seafood ends up in a variety of different places, depending on the situation, says MPI national manager of fisheries compliance Steve Ham. [...]

Vacancy – Tai Moana (Senior Policy Analyst)

2021-02-15T03:38:48+00:00February 15th, 2021|

Vacancy - Tai Moana (Senior Policy Analyst) 15 February 2021 Join a passionate team engaged in meaningful and interesting work Build close working relationships with iwi Thrive on the challenge and opportunities this role offers About us Te hā o Tangaroa, kia ora ai tāua – the breath of Tangaroa sustains us. This whakaaro underpins the work of Te Ohu Kaimoana and refers to the ongoing interdependent relationship that Māori hold with Tangaroa as [...]

Bella Takiari-Brame appointed to ACC Board

2021-02-09T22:29:17+00:00February 9th, 2021|

Bella Takiari-Brame appointed to ACC Board We would like to celebrate the appointment of one of our own Directors, Bella Takiari-Brame on her recent appointment to join the Board of ACC. Bella Takiari-Brame from Hamilton is an accountant with an international career with experience in regulated industries, treasury, bank financing and audit and risk. She is a director with Crown Infrastructure Partners, the Lines Company, Braemar Hospital, Te Ohu Kaimoana, Maniapoto Māori Trust board, [...]

Kōrero ki Kawhia

2021-01-29T02:55:01+00:00January 29th, 2021|

29 January 2021               Some of the best conversations happen over a kapu tī and pihikete.    In late 2019, we visited Kawhia to meet and talk with local fishers and kaitiaki. While we were there, we happened to have some awesome kōrero - about everything from traditional Māori fishing knowledge, Māori fishing rights under Te Tiriti, how fishers are portrayed in the media, the importance of relationships - the list goes on. We captured some of these moments on [...]

Rāhui in place to protect scallop beds

2021-01-25T23:21:10+00:00January 18th, 2021|

            18 January 2021 Updated: 26 January 2021 Over the past few weeks, a number of rāhui have been put in place around the motu. This includes two on scallop beds in two North Island locations. They come after local hapū, iwi and communities noticed that the scallop beds are not the abundant sources of kaimoana they once were and need a rest so they can recover. Te Runanga [...]

Summer office closedown

2020-12-21T20:39:45+00:00December 21st, 2020|

22 Hakihea 2020 We've reached the end of the year whānau!   This year has provided many unexpected challenges and opportunities and we'd like to thank everyone who has provided feedback on policy development, attended zui and engaged with us on fisheries kaupapa throughout the year. Meri kirihimete me ngā mihi maioha mō te tau hou!   Before returning refreshed and ready for 2021, we'll be closing the office from Wednesday 23 December and [...]

Come and work with us

2021-01-12T02:53:08+00:00December 17th, 2020|

18 Hakihea 2020             Te Ohu Kaimoana currently has a number of job opportunities across the team, including communications, legal and finance roles. Please share these with your networks. This is a fantastic opportunity for whānau who are keen to work for a pan-iwi organisation, passionate or interested in learning more about te reo Māori and te Ao Māori and would like to support the protection and enhancement of [...]

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