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Māori Business in Rotorua

Please take a look at other Māori businesses, Tribally-mandated trusts and charitable organisations  in and around Rotorua that are leading the way, innovating and using their unique indigenous perspectives to add value to the our community.


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GHA

The kaupapa of GHA is to empower Māori organisations to control and manage their financial resources and develop innovative and effective solutions to the challenges and opportunities that they face.



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AUNTY BEA PUBLISHING

Born in Rotorua on 11 September 1939, a proud Te Arawa descendant, nurtured in Mourea beside the Ohau Channel. Beatrice (also known as Aunty Bea) is very proud of her Maori, Scottish, Irish and Fijian Indian ancestry.



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TE ARAWA LAKES TRUST

Te Arawa is one of seven Māori Tribes (indigenous peoples) of New Zealand. The area traditionally covered reaches from a small village named Maketu on the eastern seaboard to Tongariro mountain in the central North Island.

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