Māori in Horticulture – 2020 research report
This report estimates the size and share of Māori in the horticulture sector in 2020.
Whenua Māori Programme: Targeted changes to Te Ture Whenua Māori Act 1993
This booklet summarises the proposed legislative changes to Te Ture Whenua Māori Act 1993 when Te Ture Whenua Māori (Succession, Dispute Resolution, and Related Matters) Amendment Act was introduced to Parliament in September 2019. The amendments were passed in August 2020 and will come into force on 6 February 2021.
Introduction to the Whenua Māori Fund Update January 2019
This brochure provides you with all the information you need to know about the Whenua Māori Fund including the purpose of the fund, application criteria and how to apply.
Te Ture Whenua Māori Reform UPDATE May 2017
This new booklet updates you on where the landmark reform of Māori land law is up to, what has been achieved and what is coming up.
Proposed Māori Land Service Brochure
This leaflet sets out the proposed functions of the new proposed Māori Land Service based primarily on what Te Ture Whenua Māori Bill (the Bill) says.
He Tiro Whānui e pā ana ki te Tiaki Taiao 2012: 2012 Kaitiaki Survey Report
The Te Puni Kōkiri Kaitiaki Survey was conducted between September and November 2012 with individuals and organisations that do environmental work and engage in Resource Management Act 1991 processes on behalf of iwi or hapū, or both. The Kaitiaki Survey is a first step in establishing baseline information about how iwi and hapū are involved in natural resource management, including Resource Management Act processes. This report summarises the Kaitiaki survey results. Published in 2013.
Valuation of Māori Freehold Land
The value of Māori freehold land is adjusted to reflect the constraints of Te Ture Whenua Māori Act 1993 (Māori Land Act). Rating valuation notices are now required to display the adjustments so the land owner can check the valuation. This fact sheet explains how Māori freehold land adjustments are determined for rating valuation purposes.
Owners' Aspirations Regarding the Utilisation of Māori Land
Te Puni Kōkiri commissioned case study research to improve its knowledge base about land utilisation and identify areas of improvement in current regulatory regimes so as to promote Māori land utilisation. The report, “Owners’ Aspirations Regarding the Utilisation of Māori Land”, sought to identify the aspirations that Māori have for their land and how these can best be supported.