A Long Road Ahead!

Oct. 20, 2022, 12:24 p.m.

There's mountains of mahi ahead of newly appointed councilors as they assume their roles in an attempt to bring better infrastructure, resources and kōtahitanga. Peter-Lucas Jones (Te Hiku o te Ika) says "there's a lot of work ahead of Regional and District councils" as he focuses on Iwi involvement areas such as Te Oneroa a Tohe Beach Board and recognising the mahi that has to be done for Iwi to maintain kaitiakitanga with wai.

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