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In October 2018 History and Social Studies teacher Taryn Gadsby from Sacred Heart Girls’ College made contact with Te Atiawa Iwi Charitable Trust requesting assistance with a teaching programme called “Map of Stories” (https://www.treatysettlementstories.nz/). The aim of the programme is to change the way the Treaty of Waitangi is taught in schools, focusing on a...
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On Friday 12th April members of Te Kotahitanga o Te Atiawa Trust and Te Atiawa Iwi Charitable Trust lead the symbolic transfer ceremony of Aotere Pā from the former Ravensdown industrial site to the hapū of Ngāti Tāwhirikura. The ceremony commenced with karanga. Followed by karakia, the congregation descended upon the site circling a small...
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Taranaki Māori Trust Board / Taranaki Maunga Engagement Hui Owae Marae, Whaitara Sunday 24 march 2019, 9.30am Aotearoa Marae, Okaiawa Sunday 24 march 2019, 1.30pm Te Tatau o te Pō Marae, Petone Tuesday 2 April 2019, 6pm Whakatū Marae, Nelson Wednesday 3 April 2019, 6pm Please note that further hui dates and venues will be...
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Pukerangiora Pā Historic Reserve is managed by the Department of Conservation (DOC). The Reserve has been identified as a DOC ICON site within the department’s prioritisation ratings and it has also been recognised as a Landmark site within the NZ Heritage prioritisation schedule. The status of the Reserve is such that greater funding opportunities are...
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Tai Whenua, Tai Tangata, Tai Ao – Te Atiawa Iwi Environmental Management Plan (2019) is now open for consultation. Tai Whenua, Tai Tangata, Tai Ao is the Te Atiawa Iwi Environmental Management Plan. It is an expression of rangatiratanga (right to exercise authority) and kaitiakitanga (guardianship) from ngā uri o Te Atiawa (descendents of Te...
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Te Kotahitanga o Te Atiawa Education Grants for 2019 are now open! We are offering four types of grants to our members: Postgraduate grant ie. Post Grad Diploma, Masters, PhDUndergraduate grant ie. Bachelor’s DegreeTertiary grant ie. Certificate or DiplomaSecondary school grant ie. Year 11-13 students For more info visit the following link – https://teatiawa.iwi.nz/education-grants/ or,...
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Kaupapa: Whakaaraara te tangata, ka whakaora te wai, ka whakahoki te taonga – Restoring and revitalizing taonga species and habitats on Waiwhakaiho River to encourage mahinga kai rehabilitation and enhancement Saturday 16th February and Sunday 17th February 2019 at The Camphouse: Egmont National Park To register or for more information email sera@teatiawa.iwi.nz. For catering and...
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The Māori Education Trust 2019 Scholarship Programme is open and offers scholarships to Māori secondary school and tertiary students who meet the respective scholarship’s criteria. The 2019 Tertiary Scholarship Programme is made up of the following scholarships: Undergraduate Frances Irwin Hunt Art Scholarship Nicholas Irwin Hunt Writing Scholarship Norman Kirk Memorial Scholarship Rose Hellaby Bursaries...
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Parininihi ki Waitōtara Inc (PKW), Te Atiawa Iwi Holdings LP (TAIHLP) – the commercial entity for Te Kotahitanga o Te Atiawa Trust, and Taranaki Iwi Holding LP (TIHLP) – the commercial entity for Te Kāhui o Taranaki Trust, are pleased to announce the acquisition of the Novotel New Plymouth Hobson Hotel (Novotel New Plymouth) and...
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Kaupapa: Whakaaraara te tangata, ka whakaora te wai, ka whakahoki te taonga – Restoring and revitalizing taonga species and habitats on Waiwhakaiho River to encourage mahinga kai rehabilitation and enhancement Saturday 13th October and Sunday 14th October at Katere Ki Te Moana Marae To register or for more information email sera@teatiawa.iwi.nz. For catering and accommodation...
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