“Most of us don’t get far on our own; it’s the collective action that moves us all forward.”
“It hasn’t been plain sailing though,
as challenges within the industry have impacted on the budget,” he adds, “especially the effects felt from the
drought over the summer months.” “But we’re investing directly back into
the business and spending the money in the right places,” says Joe.
Hinerangi Edwards, PKW Trust
Chairperson, introduced scholarship recipient, Moesha Katene Rāwiri, who is studying towards her Bachelor of Design Innovation through Victoria
“We know we can’t be everything to everyone, but we want to work better and be stronger for our Taranaki people,” she says.
“Let’s always celebrate that we are resilient people, our tūpuna didn’t just Hinerangi was keen to help have land to have land, they used the shareholders understand just how land to nourish and nurture us and much difference the Trust can make to we are still here trying to do the same students like Moesha. thing.” University, to the hui.
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