Te Atiawa Leadership Mentoring Programme Integral to our collective wellbeing Te Kotahitanga o Te Atiawa Trust (Te Kotahitanga) continues to actively develop, influence and provide opportunities to grow leadership capacity and capability. In partnership with Mentoring Foundation New Zealand, Te Kotahitanga would like to announce the launch of Rauhī Te Atiawa, a six month Te...Read More
‘Developing an iwi eco-system of content creators’ Tēnā koutou katoa! Keeping in contact with whānau is a huge challenge for most iwi across the motu. Keeping whānau connected to their whenua, to where they belong, also has its challenges. However, as Māori, our stories and abilities to tell and share stories are inherent and very...Read More
Last week, Te Atiawa Iwi Charitable Trust was invited by DOC Biodiversity Ranger Jo Carson and her conservation labrador heading dog cross called Tai in a monitoring field exercise of whio, the rare native blue duck (featuring on the NZ $10.00 note). The planned excursion commenced at the lower reaches of the Kaiauai (Kaiauahi) River,...Read More
Te Kotahitanga o Te Atiawa Trust is committed to assisting our members to realise their educational aspirations and realise academic success. Our education grants are guided by the Educational Grants policy and the key principles of the policy are: Facilitating opportunities for Te Atiawa iwi members to be well educated and to participate in life-long...Read More
Te Kotahitanga o Te Atiawa and PKW Trust and are excited to offer the joint Te Atiawa Iwi/PKW Undergraduate Scholarship. The scholarship is initially designed to support Te Atiawa uri who are studying in the field of Environmental Planning and/or Resource Management. There is one scholarship available this year to the value of $2,500. The scholarship...Read More
E titia nei e Te Atiawa! From the 29th November to 1 December approximately 280 Te Atiawa uri took part in the biennial Tū Mai Festival hosted by Ngāti Maru in Tarata and Kohanga Moa. Te Atiawa was well represented in the different events and as always whakawhanaungatanga was prevalent during the whole festival. Te...Read More
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