Meri Kirihimete me ngā mihi o Tau Hou

2019-02-08T04:04:16+00:00December 20th, 2018|

Ka rere ngā mihi ki a koutou ngā iwi o te motu, tēnā koutou katoa. E noho whakahīhī ana ahau mō ngā mahi kua oti i a tātou o Te Ohu Kaimoana mō te tau 2018. Tēnei te tuku mihi atu ki te hunga i ngākau nui mai, i whakauru mai ki roto i ō tātou mahi moana. I would like to take this opportunity to thank Iwi for their valuable contribution throughout what [...]

New appointments to the Board of Moana New Zealand

2019-02-08T03:03:15+00:00November 4th, 2018|

Te Ohu Kaimoana is pleased to announce the appointments of Jason Witehira and Greg Summerton as new Directors of Moana New Zealand, and the reappointment of Mr Tony Hannon. Mr Witehira is the current Chair of Ngāpuhi Assets Holding Ltd and has a successful background in leadership and governance roles in both fisheries and Fast Moving Consumer Goods (FMCG). During Mr Witehira’s time as an independent director and as Chair of Ngāpuhi, he has developed [...]

Pāua 5B 28N Rights update

2018-10-03T00:04:19+00:00October 3rd, 2018|

We are pleased to advise that Te Ohu Kaimoana and Ngāi Tahu were successful in gaining interim orders to prevent the proposed increase in the PAU 5B TAC and TACC, and reallocation of settlement rights. The matter was considered by His Honour Justice Churchman on late Friday afternoon with interim orders being made at approximately 4.30pm. We note that the Crown consented to the application and did not seek to oppose us on this [...]

Collaborative effort sees success for the protection of the environment

2018-08-31T04:12:22+00:00August 31st, 2018|

A collaborative effort has seen a successful result in the High Court for iwi and the environment this week. The High Court has quashed the Environmental Protection Authority’s Decision-Making Committee’s (DMC) decision allowing Trans Tasman Resources Limited (TTR) to mine 50 million tonnes of iron sand from the deep sea floor, off the coast of Pātea in Taranaki. The activity would have seen 45 million tonnes of waste sediment discharged into 65 km² [...]

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