Kono, the food and drinks businessof Wakatu, has launched a new look.
“We’re really proud of the new face of Kono which encapsulates the power of four - four corners of beautifully woven harakeke (flax) kono from which we take our name, four iwi to whom our owners whakapapa, and ngā wāhanga e whā o te tau, giving us our four seasons,” Rachel Taulelei, Chief Executive, Kono said.
The outcome of our appeal to the Supreme Court has been successful. We are delighted with the result. We want to acknowledge all of the work and support of our owners and tupuna which has led to the result. We will keep you posted about the next steps. In the meantime, you can read the full decision of the Supreme Court and the summary decision here. Ngā mihi aroha ki a koutou katoa.
Complete Supreme Court Judgement, Proprietors of Wakatū - CLICK HERE
Nau mai, haere mai!
The Supreme Court is releasing its decision on our case, Proprietors of Wakatu & Others v Attorney-General, on Tuesday 28 February 2017, at the Supreme Court, Lambton Quay, Wellington at 9.30am. Please come along to support our whanau and hear the result of the decision.
It is with great pleasure that we bring you the announcement of the appointed Wakatū Incorporation CEO - Kerensa Johnston.
An update to all our owners regarding the Kaikoura Earthquake.
Click here >> Letter from the Board
A message from our Chairman, Paul Morgan, in regards to the natural disaster that struck our region this morning - Monday 14 November 2016.
Letter from the Board
All owners and whanau are invited to attend and hear the submissions of Wakatū Incorporation on Te Ture Whenua Maori Bill 2016, to be presented by Paul Morgan, Chairman at Parliament on Wednesday 17th August 2016 at 10am.
The attached clip captures the key milestones and activity of Wakatu for 2015 and was presented to shareholders and whānau at the AGM held on the 5th December 2015.
The Supreme Court has granted leave to the Proprietors of Wakatu (represented by Wakatū Inc), Rore Stafford, kaumatua, and Te Kahui Ngahuru Trust to appeal the Court of Appeal’s 2014 decision.