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The sun shone brightly as Puketapu hapū officiated the blessing ceremony to open the newly built classrooms at Te Kura o Puketapu recently. Puoro was played, karanga (Marnie Reinsfield) and karakia (Hōani Eriwata) delivered and waiata were on full display. All the students of the school (400+) were gathered and sat patiently on the outside...
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A landmark Heads of Agreement was signed today (Friday 29 April 2022) giving iwi greater autonomy and control in delivering housing solutions within their rohe. The partnership agreement is between Ka Uruora Trustee Aotearoa Limited (Ka Uruora – a collective iwi consortium focussed on housing and financial wellbeing) Te Tūāpapa Kura Kāinga (The Ministry of...
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Thank you to all uri who registered and attended our Property Development Update on Tuesday 3 May at 7.00pm. Te Kotahitanga o Te Atiawa Chair Liana Poutu and CEO Dion Tuuta provided attendees with a comprehensive overview of our commercial and residential developments. Unfortunately due to technical difficulties, we were unable to record this webinar....
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Recently our Pou Whakakori Te Poihi Campbell spent the day along the Waiwhakaiho River on Te Papakura o Taranaki searching for whio / blue duck. He shares what he saw that day.   The whio population on Mounga Taranaki is flourishing with a number of these healthy native blue ducks not only taking permanent residency on the...
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Ngāti Te Whiti hapū and Te Kotahitanga o Te Atiawa understand an occupation has been planned to take place at Puke Ariki Landing on Saturday 26 February. Puke Ariki is a wāhi tapu (sacred place) for Ngāti Te Whiti hapū and Te Atiawa iwi.  It has also become a special gathering place for the New...
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Te Atiawa is resourceful and secure, Te Atiawa thrives with the environment, Te Atiawa is strong and connected. Te Kotahitanga o Te Atiawa Trust is proud to share its five-year strategic plan – Te Atatū. This strategy document was developed from a four-month wānanga process (May – August 2021) with Te Atiawa uri in Taranaki,...
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For the last 100 years, Ko Tamawahine, the wharekai of Owae Marae in Waitara has cared and nourished tens of thousands of manuhiri and whānau from around the world. The wharakai’s name dates back to 1881 and the pāhua of Parihaka where the remaining women continued with the work of their tūpuna and take on...
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Thank you to all who joined us for our Te Kotahitanga o Te Atiawa Trust virtual hui on Saturday 4 December. You can watch our AGM broadcast online. Please follow Sign Up details to register. Feel free to also email comms@teatiawa.iwi.nz if you’d like further instructions to access the AGM broadcast. You can view our...
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Te Iho Tū, Te Iho Whenua, Te Iho Tangata Te Atiawa Secure, Te Atiawa Thriving, Te Atiawa Connected Te Kotahitanga o Te Atiawa Trust has released its draft five-year strategic plan – Te Atatū – for iwi member review and feedback. Te Atatū was developed following a four-month wananga process with Te Atiawa uri in...
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E te iti, e te rahi, te katoa! Te Kotahitanga o Te Atiawa Trustee (Te Kotahitanga) 2021 election results have been announced. ElectioNZ has declared (in alphabetical order) Shelley KOPU, Liana POUTU, Damon Paul RITAI, Kim SKELTON, Howie TAMATI, Wharehoka WANO and Anaru WHITE have been elected as Trustees for Te Kotahitanga o Te Atiawa Trust. Voting for Te Kotahitanga was held between 20...
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