Owner Looking to Sell Land at Moringaehe

April 7, 2022, 1:55 p.m.

The noho whenua at Moringaehe has hit a six-month milestone as kaitiaki are prepared to extend their stay until this whenua is returned to Te Rarawa. This statement comes shortly after current landowners expressed that they had no other option but to sell the whenua.

Rueben Taipari says that they're wanting at least $500k for this waterfront piece of paradise. Haukāinga says that this whenua is worth more than money.

Discussions between iwi and the landowners are ongoing.

Tags: Moringai


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