Health and Well Being Hui for Kaiate Falls and Waitao River

26 February 2020

Kia hiwa rā, kia hiwa rā!

Tangata whenua are invited to a hui at Te Whetu o te Rangi Marae next Monday (March 2) – from 9.30am to 12.30pm – to discuss the health and wellbeing of the Kaiate Falls and the Waitao River.

This is an opportunity to collaborate on solutions moving forward. Staff from the Bay of Plenty Regional Council want to listen and learn from tangata whenua about ways of improving the water quality from a cultural perspective.

It is important to heal this significant waterway that flows into our tāhuna, and along the way have the public health warning lifted at Kaiate Falls so our whānau can swim there again.

Visitors please assemble behind the waharoa by 9.15am for the pōhiri

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