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Aukaha welcomes new independent director

It is a busy time for Aukaha as I sit down to write my first pānui as interim Chief Executive. We've been busy pulling together the final details for our annual report, and our board has welcomed a new Independent Director, Mike Collins to the Aukaha whānau.

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Time for our annual reflections

It's that time of year when we are busy preparing for our AGM as well as keeping on top of our regular mahi. Looking back on what we have achieved keeps us focused on the work ahead.

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“Where there is light, there is life and people”

Notes from the CEO: A refresh of the old Union Dining Hall at The University of Otago embodies more than just a new look.

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Providing a seat at the table for equitable outcomes

Notes from the CEO: As the Otago region continues to see significant growth and development, we want to ensure we are providing positive opportunities for Māori and Pasifika individuals and businesses.

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Team growth reflects importance of mahi

Notes from the CEO: It’s hard to believe that we are almost halfway through 2023 already. It has been a whirlwind of activity here at Aukaha, as we continue to advocate for the rights and interests of manawhenua in environmental and resource management.

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Aukaha Media Release

Ōtākou Māori trades and training programme gets green light

Manawhenua-owned consultancy Aukaha has welcomed a more than $40 million boost for new Māori trades and training programmes announced today in Ōtepoti, saying it will make a difference for thousands...

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Driving change for whānau

Here at Aukaha, the Mana Tākata team are always looking for ways improve life for whānau and one of their latest projects, Aukaha Drive, does just that.

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Where rūnaka lead, we follow

Notes from the CEO: Our aim is to ensure that Rūnaka aspirations and intentions for the environment are reflected in the development and operation of all government, regional and local council plans, policies and strategies.

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