Phone / 06 758 4685
Email / firstname.lastname@example.org
35 Leach Street, New Plymouth
RIRI me te RAUKURA Conflict and Consolidation 16–19 March 2018 The defensive resistance and the passive resistance during the Taranaki British Wars from March 17, 1860 to November 5, 1881 Learning and sharing about New Zealand’s history in various bi-cultural environments for the future Listen to invited experts Two dawn ceremonies that acknowledges the losses of Māori and British forces Travel to Parihaka to be involved in the teachings of Te Whiti and Tohu Nau mai, haere mai! Kairau Marae…Find out more »
The Maunga Negotiations team invites Te Atiawa uri and whānau to a hui to provide an update on the progress of the negotiations so far. Wednesday 30 May 2018 5.30pm-8.00pm Mahia Mai A Whaitara Office 8 Warre Street WhaitaraFind out more »
Where: Ōwae Marae, Manukōrihi Pā Waitara When: Friday 29th June - Kawe Mate Saturday 30th June - Te Rā o Pōmare The theme for this year 2018 is to highlight the importance of education and the positive impact it can have on the health and well-being on our people. Like many other indigenous leaders around the world, Māui Pōmare set a course of lifelong learning and established strong networks to address social issues and political imperatives and also enabled him…Find out more »
Notice of election of trustees and call for Nominations Te Kotahitanga o Te Atiawa Trust (‘Te Kotahitanga’) is the Post Settlement Governance Entity ('PSGE') established to receive and manage the Treaty settlement assets of Te Atiawa (Taranaki). Te Kotahitanga is governed by seven trustees, all of whom must retire by rotation later this year. Te Kotahitanga now invites nominations from suitably qualified candidates to fill the seven available Trustee positions. The retiring trustees can stand for re-election if they choose.…Find out more »
AGM – Otaraua Hapū | 5th August 2018 Mangaemiemi Marae Tikorangi Road West, Tikorangi 10.00am Hui-A-Tau 2018 | 5th August 2018 Pukepapa 3 Ahuwhenua Trust Otaraua Hapu Management Com Inc A G E N D A P U K E P A P A 3 10.00am 5th August 2018 @ Mangaemiemi Marae Mihi & Karakia Present & Apologies Financial Report for Pukepapa3 Chairs Report for Pukepapa3 Open Forum Break for shared Lunch A G E N D A O H M C Inc 1.30pm 5th August 2018 @ Mangaemiemi Marae Mihi & Karakia Present & Apologies Financial Report for OHMC Inc Chairs Report for…Find out more »
VOTE ONLINE NOW! If you have received your user pin and password, either in the post or via email, please visit the following link to vote online – https://ivote.electionz.com/e/tkota2018 IMPORTANT: You must be a registered member of Te Kotahitanga o Te Atiawa Trust to vote. If you’re not registered but want to vote in the Election please contact the Returning Officer – Anthony Morton – for more info (contact details below). Nominations for the 2018 Trustee election for Te Kotahitanga…Find out more »
An update for members on key Trust activities for the year. Muru Raupatu Marae Saturday 1 September 2018 @10am For more info call the office on 06 758 4685 or email email@example.comFind out more »
A N N U A L G E N E R A L M E E T I N G
NGĀTI RĀHIRI HAPŪ O TE ATIAWA (TARANAKI) SOCIETY INC
When: Saturday 13 October 2018 at 10am
Where: Mahia Mai Offices, Warre Street, Waitara
The Annual General Meeting of Te Kotahitanga o Te Atiawa Trust is to be held at 10am on Saturday 24 November 2018 at Owae Marae, Waitara.
All Te Atiawa uri are invited to attend.
The Annual Report and Financial Statements will be made available from 26 October 2018.
For further information please contact: Hemi Sundgren – CEO
Ph (06) 7584685
Kairau Marae Matarikoriko Road, off Waitara Road, WAITARA Parihaka Papakāinga 249 Mid-Parihaka Road, Parihaka Sat. 16th March 4.30pmPōwhiri, Kairau Marae Sun. 17th MarchDawn Ceremonies ki Waitara Mon. 18th MarchTe Paepae o te Raukura ki Parihaka Tues. 19th MarchToroanui ki Parihaka Observations and Discussion Points Active Resistance and Peaceful Resolution of Conflict during the Taranaki British Wars from March 17th, 1860 to November 5th, 1881. Learning and sharing Aotearoa New Zealand history in various bi-cultural environments to ensure a prosperous future…Find out more »