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Background The Parihaka Masterplan was approved in 2014. The Parihaka Papakāinga Trust are currently in an assessment phase which will inform the implementation of the Masterplan. At this important and exciting time we wish to facilitate one more hui with all beneficiaries to finalise the Masterplan. We also wish to facilitate an Aspirations session which...
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Taranaki Whanui Benefits is a joint initiative between iwi in Taranaki and the BNZ Bank. Taranaki Whānui Benefits primary role is to maximise our collective purchasing power to negotiate benefits for uri. Benefits available at this point include reduced rates for banking and insurance with more opportunities to be negotiated and confirmed. In order to...
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The Board and Management of Te Kotahitanga o Te Atiawa Trust is pleased to introduce Sera Gibson as our newly appointed Pou Taiao – Policy Advisor- Environment. Sera is a qualified Marine Biologist with over seven year’s professional experience working in environmental policy roles within the Taranaki Region, her most recent role has been as...
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  The Trustees of Te Kotahitanga o Te Atiawa Trust are pleased to announce the appointment of the inaugural directors to its newly formed commercial subsidiary, Te Atiawa Iwi Holdings Limited Partnership. Mark Tume (Chair), Mike Pohio and Adrian Taylor have been appointed as independent directors to the commercial subsidiary, and will be joined by...
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Te Kotahitanga o Te Atiawa Trust is the post-settlement governance entity for Te Atiawa in Taranaki. Our Trust provides a diverse range of responses to local and central government, alongside contributions to local, regional and national iwi groups. We’re looking for a person with a passion for the effective management of natural resources, and be...
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A proposal for the future of the Waitara Endowment Lands is currently being progressed between New Plymouth District Council (NPDC) and Te Kotahitanga Board with input from our Waitara hapū. The following information is set out for members of Te Atiawa following a unanimous vote by councilors of New Plymouth District Council to begin a...
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The latest edition of our Newsletter- Te Hauwhenua is now available online. Click here to read more    
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Commercial Director – Te Atiawa Iwi Holdings Limited Partnership The Board of Te Kotahitanga o Te Atiawa Trust is seeking expressions of interest (‘EOI‘) from within Te Atiawa iwi for one (1) Director for appointment to our newly formed commercial subsidiary, Te Atiawa Iwi Holdings Limited Partnership. Te Atiawa Iwi Holdings Limited Partnership is responsible...
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A community feels betrayed by a third sewage overflow in Waitara in just seven weeks. A power failure to the system that controls at the Waitara Pump Station on Wednesday night or Thursday morning resulted in the overflow of raw sewage being discharged 1.25km out to sea. No sewage went into Waitara River. Click here to read more….
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The mandate for representatives of Te Rūnanga o Ngāti Maru was recently recognised by the Crown, following an iwi vote in which 91% of the registered members of Ngāti Maru supported the Board to proceed with negotiations to settle all Ngati Maru Treaty settlement claims. Click here for more information
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