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Many from Manukorihi Pā and Waitara will know Teremoana Porter-Rawiri and her whānau. Whether it is supporting kaupapa at Owae Marae or helping at community events, Tere is proud of her whakapapa and the place she calls home.  “It’s been a privilege to grow up so close to my tūrangawaewae, Owae Marae and to support...
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Kei ngā toki mārama, tēnā koutou, hei kupu tātaki māku me pēnei Tū mai Taranaki e, tiketike mai rā tātou, tihei mauri ora.  Earlier this year Te Kotahitanga o Te Atiawa took over the project management of the upcoming redevelopment of the North Egmont Visitor Centre. We are pleased to inform you about an important milestone in the development that holds...
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Te Kotahitanga invite uri to join us at our upcoming 2023 AGM on Saturday 2 December at 10.00am at Owae Marae, Waitara. You can join us in person or online. Register your attendance here
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Are you a registered member of Te Kotahitanga wanting grow your own maara kai? Join us and our whanaunga Pounamu Skelton (Te Atiawa, Taranaki) at an information evening sharing the kōrero of Tātai Tāngata ki te Whenua, on Tuesday 19 September 7.00pm – 7.30pm. Pounamu will talk about the programme which will have two separate...
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The planning for the North Taranaki Visitor Centre rebuild is well underway. We invite you to join an online wānanga next Wednesday, 13 September, at 6.00pm where we will share the project’s design and progress. Register for this online wānanga here: https://tinyurl.com/35h8jkdb
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Join us for an online hui-a-iwi on Wednesday 6 September 2023 as we recap our last six months of activities and our upcoming plans as part of our Annual Plan – Te Atatū. Register here – https://tinyurl.com/2nh9jzp9
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Te Kotahitanga o Te Atiawa are selling two freehold sections and would like to offer these exclusively to registered members to purchase prior to them going on the open market. The two properties were acquired through the deferred selection properties process as part of our treaty settlement. 79A Glen Park Avenue, Frankleigh Park in New Plymouth – This very generously sized...
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Whakamoe tai, whakamoe ahiahi, whakamoe te ingoa Atkinson Building ki tua, ki tua e hai! Nau mai te ao awatea, whakahō taku takapou a Ngāmotu House ki te whai ao, ki te ao mārama. Tihei mouri ora.    For over nine months the old Atkinson Building on Devon Street West has been under wraps while building...
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The 40-year-old North Egmont Visitor Centre is to be replaced with a new fit-for-purpose facility. The decision to build a new visitor centre was recently made by project partners Department of Conservation (DOC), Kānoa-RDU, the Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment’s Regional Development Unit and Te Kotahitanga o Te Atiawa (Te Kotahitanga). $2.89 million has...
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Realising the vision of the Taranaki Crossing project took another step forward this week with the start of on-site works for the North Egmont Visitor Centre within the National Park. The existing café within the visitor centre is now being decommissioned to enable a $2.9 million redevelopment project, a partnership involving the Department of Conservation...
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