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Te Kotahitanga o Te Atiawa Trust and Te Kāhui o Taranaki Trust are fundamentally opposed to seabed mining activities within their tribal rohe. Te Kotahitanga o Te Atiawa Trust and Te Kāhui o Taranaki Trust were notified of the exploration permit application by Ironsands Offshore Mining Ltd in 2016 and each iwi made a submission...
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The sight of Puanga on high followed by Matariki signifies the Māori New Year phase inciting remembrance of those who have passed on in the previous year. It’s also a time to plan for the year ahead, set family goals and for some it’s a time to identify some working and educational goals. But by...
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E te iwi, e te whānau! It’s important for us at Te Kotahitanga to have all of our members contact details as up to date as possible. We do our bit here and there to ensure that our membership’s contact records are up to date, but every now and then we need our members’ help....
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Taranaki Māori Trust Board Hui ā-Tau Notice is hereby given that the Annual General Meeting of the Taranaki Māori Trust Board will be held on Saturday 25 November 2017 9.30am Whakaahurangi Marae Celia Street, Stratford AGENDA Karakia Apologies Minutes of 2016 AGM Chairperson’s Report Financial Report General Business The AGM will be followed by a...
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The Māori Education Trust 2018 Scholarship Programme is now open and offers scholarships to Māori secondary school and tertiary students who meet the respective scholarship’s criteria. The Scholarship Programme is made up of the following scholarships: Secondary Rose Hellaby Scholarship RJ Graham Scholarship Sister Annie Henry Scholarship (open to secondary and tertiary) VW & LM...
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Confirm Your Spot: Myrtle Rust Surveillance Training We have received a lot of interest in Ministry for Primary Industries (MPI) recent Myrtle Rust training that was held at Muru Raupatu in August. Therefore MPI is offering a second round of field training on how to identify Myrtle Rust. Myrtle Rust is a fungal plant disease...
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Public notice An application by Te Kotahitanga o Te Atiawa Trust on behalf of Te Atiawa (Taranaki) Iwi gives notice that it has applied to the High Court for orders recognising customary marine title and protected customary rights in the common marine and coastal area between Herekawe Stream in the south and Te Rau o...
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The Taranaki Māori Trust Board is holding two Hui ā Iwi on Saturday April 8 2017. Check the following details for more information about the hui in your area. SOUTHERN HUI Saturday 8 April 2017 9.30am (Mihi Whakatau) 11.30am (Kai) Te Korowai o Ngāruahine Trust Office High Street, Hawera NORTHERN HUI Saturday 8 April 2017...
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The toutouwai / North Island robin translocation project is a project aimed to bring toutouwai back to Taranaki maunga so their song may once again be heard within the Egmont National Park. Over the months of March and April 2017, DOC staff, iwi and volunteers will catch toutouwai in Pureora Forest Park in the central...
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Two Whio / North Island blue duck will be released on Taranaki maunga on 16th March 2017 as part of a project to re-establish a self-sustaining whio population. The DOC staff supported by the Central North Island Blue Duck Trust, Whio Forever, iwi and local whio ambassadors have worked tirelessly on re-establishing a self-sustaining whio...
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