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The Minister for the Environment announced a new direction for environmental issues and revealed new National Policy Statements (NPS), National Environmental Standards (NES) and regulations. Read more.
Partner Bill Holland was named the Tauranga Boys' College Old Boy of the Year this past Friday. Congratulations Bill! Check out the article below where Bill discusses what this title means to him and his involvement in the Tauranga Community.
Hobec are once again sponsoring the Tauranga Arts Festival which runs from 22 October to 1 November. Check out the article below where Dean Thompson is featured discussing Hobec's support of this event.
HOBEC Solicitor Dharmen Prasad has made it on to the Exec. Board of the Rotorua Chamber of Commerce. A conduit for the Rotorua business community which advocates for members by advancing their interests with the Council & other policy making stakeholders.
Kiwifruit growers have won the right to take the NZ Government to court over the vine disease Psa. Any growers wishing to be party to 'The Kiwifruit Claim'. See how HOBEC can help with your participation in the claim.
Hobec solicitor Tania Te Whenua was interviewed by Māori TV News - Te Kaea regarding the upcoming reforms to the Te Ture Whenua Māori Act 1993. These proposed changes will affect Māori land interests and the current utilisation of Māori land by its owners. Check out the interview.
Last night HOBEC Partner Bill Holland was awarded one of five Tindall Foundation Awards for outstanding contribution to the local community. Read more on Bill's award and his work in the Bay of Plenty Region.
Tania Te Whenua (Tūhoe, Whakatōhea) has recently joined Holland Beckett as a general practice solicitor specialising in property and commercial matters with particular expertise in Māori asset management and development.
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