Te Arawa Fisheries’ mussel brand Hī is embarking on a strong growth path which is focused on breaking into new, high-value international markets. Launched domestically, in Australia and the Pacific, Te Arawa Fisheries is poised to enter the EU, UK, America and Canada markets with our premium Māori products. To help take this vision to the next
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Kia ora koutou, If you’re a young graduate interested in international relations, a six month funded traineeship is on offer at the European Union (EU) Delegation to New Zealand. This is a great opportunity for a recent graduate to learn more about the mahi of a diplomatic mission and how the EU Delegation represents EU
Applications are now open for the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade‘s (MFAT) Aorere and Vaka Policy Internships. The Aorere and Vaka internships are part of MFAT’s efforts to attract more Māori and Pasifika staff to help ensure that its foreign ministry and advice reflects the full diversity of Aotearoa. The nature of MFAT’s work is
Ngā hihi o Matariki 2022 Business & Trade Digital Series starts tomorrow and you are invited to join NZTE Director of Trade in Taiwan, Tina Wilson (Ngāti Tukorehe, Ngāti Raukawa, Muaupoko, Rangitane ki te Wairau, Ngāti Rarua Atiawa, Ngāi Tahu) for the inaugural event. Hear from a fascinating line up of Māori and indigenous Taiwanese businesses and
Aotearoa has reached a new milestone in its moves to access one of the largest science and research funds in the world, concluding its exploratory talks with the European Union. During her time in Brussels, Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern met with European Union President Ursula von der Leyen to not only confirm the new NZ/EU Free
Māori leaders and businesses across Waikato-Tainui have come together with trade and export officials for Day Two of the fifth Te Taumata regional trade hui. The hui has continued to facilitate constructive dialogue between Māori and officials and has given Māori an opportunity to get our pātai answered in real time. Waikato-Tainui leader and Chairman
Day one of the Waikato-Tainui regional trade hui has generated robust kōrero, he whakaaro rite and strong interest in how to maximise opportunities for Māori in export trade. Organised by Te Taumata – a network working to deliver better trade outcomes for Māori – the hui has created a platform for Māori businesses and leaders
Maximising opportunities for Māori in export trade is the subject of a two-day Waikato-Tainui hui bringing together numerous headline speakers this week.
The legacy of Her Excellency High Commissioner, Laura Clarke, to Māori and indigenous people of the world.
While the past week saw us warmly welcome Matariki – the Māori New Year – it also saw us sadly farewell New Zealand’s most recent British High Commissioner, Her Excellency Laura Clarke OBE, from our shores. Ms Clarke was instrumental in helping land this first-of-its-kind FTA, which has opened the world’s fifth largest economy to
Te Taumata, along with a strong contingent of Māori forestry leaders from across the motu, met with seven government ministers in Wellington yesterday to discuss our ongoing concerns about the proposed forestry changes that would infringe on our rights as Māori landowners. The meeting had iwi representatives from as far as Northland to meet with