Te Karere TVNZ: Manawa Honey tastes sweet success locally and overseas
28 October 2018
Te Karere TVNZ talks about how Manawa Honey's business is booming. It started with 90 hives, now they have close to a thousand! Rapaera Tawhai reports how the business is looking to go even further.
Te Karere TVNZ: Te Urewera honey, Manawa honey
Take a look at the story of Manawa Honey NZ featured in this 'Marae' programme
Mataroa: Manawa Honey NZ
23 November 2015
Manawa Honey features in this programme from Mataora
Maori Television: Manawa Honey features in Te Iti Kuhurangi TV series
14 September 2014
Manawa Honey features in this programme from Te Iti Kahurangi TV series. Find out about what inspires Manawa Honey and some of the beekeeping that is involved in honey production.
Niwa short interview with James Tahae Doherty
Tuawhenua Trust Chairman, James Tahae Doherty talks to Te Upoko about the recent history of the area in Te Urewera (where he lives) before going on to talk about the exquisite honey being produced in Ruatāhuna by the business, Manawa Honey NZ.
Kei te kōrero a James mō ngā kōrero e whakapapa atu ana ki te kamupene miere i whakatūngia ki Ruatāhuna.
Manaway Honey and Te Urewera treks
Manawa Honey in Ruatāhuna
Maraea Rakuraku visits with Brenda Tahi to talk about how Ruatāhuna is determined to build the capacity of its community and thinks harvesting honey through Manawa Honey just maybe one of the ways to do it.
Manawa Honey CEO visits Thailand
Tūhoe Tuawhenua Trust, the founder of Manawa Honey CEO, Brenda Tahi and Atamira Nuku gathered with others in dialogue during late January in Thailand. This visit covered indigenous knowledge being linked with global assessment of pollination and pollinators.
Manawa Honey CEO presents at conference in Guizhou, China
Our CEO Brenda Tahi travelled to China for the IMTA Conference (International Mountain Tourism Alliance). As we are members of The IMTA, Brenda gave a presentation - here’s a short video clip...
Manawa Honey CEO presents at the Eastwoodhill 'Trees for Bees' conference
Take a look at the our story and views on "Trees for Bees" at a conference for this kaupapa...