NEWS & EVENTS
Onuku Maori Land Trust is being featured on the popular farming show Country Calendar.
Onuku Maori Land Trust has won the Primary and Manufacturing Industries Excellence Award Sponsored by Toi Ohomai Institute of Technology at the Rotorua Business Awards.
Onuku Maori Land Trust finalist in Ahuwhenua Tropy for dairy farming.
ONUKU MAORI LANDS TRUST - 2018 AGM
ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING OF OWNERS
Notice is hereby given that the Annual General Meeting of Owners will be held on Saturday, 17th February 2018, commencing at 10:00am at the Distinction Hotel, Trigg Street, Rotorua.
The process for applying for a grant has gone online. For more information, please contact Angela Wharekura phone 07 921 7681.
Strategy and future prospects for farms
17 February 2015
Agfirst director and farm manager Peter Livingstone discuss his role and talks about the strategy and future prospects for the Onuku Maori Lands Trust's farms.
Crystal Kusabs on education grants
16 February 2015
Crystal Kusabs discusses the reasons why students should apply for education grants from the Onuku Maori Lands Trusts and continue on with their studies.
Grant helps put Stella Maris on world stage
19 January 2015
Grants from the Onuku Maori Lands Trust has gone towards helping Rotorua singer-songwriter Stella Maris on to the world stage.
An Onuku Education Grant went towards the funds required for Stella to go to Los Angeles, USA, where she was one of 13 people from Aotearoa New Zealand at the World Performing Arts Championships.
Manuka Bioactives starts manuka project
Posted 9 October, 2014
Work has begun on converting former grazing land at Onuku into a manuka stand yielding high quality oil and honey products. Crete Wana, the General Manager of Operations for Manuka Bioactives Limited which has been engaged to oversee the four-year project, discusses the challenges and the opportunities.
Members of Stowell whanau in land conversion work
Posted 9 October, 2014
The planting of manuka for valuable oil at the Onuku Maori Lands Trust has seen members of the Stowell whanau moving boulders and planting in tough conditions. Les Stowell, a member of the Onuku Maori Lands Trust, says the manuka project is a part of the diversification programme.
Chairperson Moyra Te Ariki Bramley welcomes visitors to the web site
I am Chairperson of Onuku Maori Lands Trust and have been a trustee since the land was returned in 1982.
It is with much pleasure, pride and satisfaction , that I am able to embrace the modem technology and welcome you all to our own website, in the hope that you will be able to get up to date with the progress of your asset.
The 2018 Annual General Meeting will be held on 17 February 2017