Private and public investors, including Ngai Tahu, should consider putting money into housing developments for workers employed to build the new Dunedin Hospital, rebuild convener Pete Hodgson says.
Hokitika woman Lisa Tumahai has taken over the mantle from Sir Mark Solomon as the temporary kaiwhakahaere (chairman) of the billion-dollar Te Runanga o Ngai Tahu.
The economic foresight of Ngai Tahu has won the praise of the influential Wall St Journal.
Nagi Tahu is considering spending more of its millions in Dunedin, with the iwi looking at building a second student hostel in the city.
The relationship between Ngai Tahu and the Dunedin City Council is ''blossoming by the day'', as their respective leaders discuss regional economic development, including the benefits and risks of offshore oil and gas exploration.
Possible future leaders of Ngai Tahu have been learning more about their iwi, its history and its customs on Otago Peninsula this week.
Hastings journalist Mike Butler claims the Crown should receive a refund from Ngai Tahu rather than having to pay out more and more.
News this week that Ngai Tahu plans to buy land by Logan Park and develop a $20 million student hostel for Otago Polytechnic students is excellent.
The long-running saga over the Ministry of Education's disposal of the former Wanaka Primary School, in Tenby St, is almost at an end.
Future economic opportunity was the focus of an inaugural hui between Dunedin City Council and Ngai Tahu leaders yesterday.
Mike Sang has been appointed the new chief executive of Ngai Tahu Holdings after recently completing an 18-month contract as chief executive of Te Runanga o Ngai Tahu.
"An extremely unique and rare opportunity" exists to own income-generating commercial wharves in Queenstown.
Ngai Tahu Holdings Corp celebrated a substantially improved profit result by pledging to distribute more money to its marae-based communities.
South Island iwi Te Runanga o Ngai Tahu has appointed Arihia Bennett to the role of chief executive, the first female to hold the role.
South Island iwi Ngai Tahu says it is comfortable with ongoing negotiations with the Government over water rights and says the Maori Council's Waitangi Tribunal claim is "premature".
Iwi that negotiated the right to buy state assets as part of their Treaty settlements will have that right continue under the partial privatisation of state-owned enterprises (SOEs).
Ngai Tahu Holdings Group chief executive Greg Campbell has been appointed chief executive of fertiliser company Ravensdown.