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Te Kāhui Rangatahi o Te Atiawa Wānanga 2019 Hosted at Muru Raupatu Marae this year 2019, the annual Te Kāhui Rangatahi o Te Atiawa wānanga was attended by 45 rangatahi with great enthusiasm.  Friday afternoon, the rangatahi were welcomed by Puketapu hapū members, Hōani Eriwata (Pou Kōrero), Marama Sionetama (Pou kuia), Kenny Trinder (kaumatua).  Lead...
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The Māori Education Trust 2020 Scholarship Programme is open and offers scholarships to Māori secondary school and tertiary students who meet the respective scholarship’s criteria.  The 2020 Tertiary Scholarship Programme is made up of the following scholarships: Undergraduate·         Frances Irwin Hunt Art Scholarship·         Māori Education Trust Undergraduate Scholarship·         Nicholas Irwin Hunt Writing Scholarship·         Norman Kirk Memorial Scholarship (to be confirmed)·         Rose...
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Te Kohia hau! hau!  Māhoetahi hau! hau!  Puketakauere hau! hau!  Ōnukukaitara hau! hau! Pukerangiora hau! hau!  Waitara ee… hau! hau pai mārie. Inanahi rā, i tutuki noa nei te huihuinga o Te Pūtake o Te Riri ki Waitara.  Tū whakahīhī noa nei a Te Atiawa i runga i te ngākau iti, ā, i runga anō...
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Pae Wānanga Te AtiawaHosted at Owae Marae, the second Pae Wānanga commenced on a sun-filled Saturday afternoon 19th October. This reo Māori immersion-based wānanga was an opportunity to assist cultural practitioners; reo advocates, writers, facilitators, artist and teachers to express their Te Atiawatanga in their field of choice.  Content-focused this wānanga caters for Te Atiawa uri...
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TARANAKI TŪ MAI 29 Nov – 1 Dec 2019 Have you registered yet? Tū Mai Taranaki is 1 1/2 months away and we are getting geared up for another fun-filled weekend hosted this year by our Ngāti Maru whānau. Te Atiawa Iwi whānau can register via our website (link below) Adults $5 and Tamariki (12...
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PROPERTIES UPDATESince our last pānui in August, the commercial subsidiary has been continuing to progress the pipeline of property acquisition opportunities available via rights secured as part of the Treaty settlement. This has included due diligence, valuation and negotiation with the Crown and its agents. If appropriate this leads to full business cases and ultimately...
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NEW ZEALAND LAND WARS COMMEMORATION IN TARANAKI – 28-30 OCTOBER 2019 MEDIA RELEASETaranaki Māori Trust Board26 September 2019 With five weeks to go, preparations are in full swing to host a national initiative, Te Pūtake o te Riri, He Rā Maumahara, to commemorate the New Zealand land wars in Taranaki. Te Pūtake o te Riri,...
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Earlier on in the year, the government released further options through the Māui and Hector’s Dolphin Threat Management Plan (TMP) on protection mechanisms for the threatened dolphins along our coastline.  The Hector’s and Māui Dolphin are unique marine mammals found only in New Zealand waters. These species live close to the coastline, making them particularly vulnerable....
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Ka Uruora LaunchA pathway towards raising financial independence and prosperity for whānau. Monday evening, Te Atiawa and Taranaki Iwi launched Ka Uruora, a programme to support iwi members to achieve financial independence and improve their financial wellbeing. The programme will include a range of integrated services on financial education, a savings scheme and future opportunities to support whānau to enter homeownership.   Whānau in attendance at...
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Pae Wānanga Te Atiawa Nō te pounga wiki kua hipa atu, i whānau mai ai a Pae Wānanga Te Atiawa ki Kairau Marae, ki roto i te pou whare o Te Hunga Ririki.  He whare tūranga kōrero, he whare tūranga wānanga. He herenga kōrero, he herenga tāngata.   Makamaka kau a koke rāua ko whakawai, pīereere noa a Wī wā rāua Te Ua.  Poupoua ngā oati  tē rū, tē ngārue, tē uea.  Pupuru te whenua, pupuru te mana, pupuru te rangatiratanga, hue hā, hue hā!       Ka nui te mihi ki te haukāinga o Kairau Marae, Pukerangiora who hosted our first Pae Wānanga Te Atiawa in the weekend. Looking at the various connections with our Waikato-Tainui whānaunga, our whānau were treated to a wealth of content;...
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