Since our last pānui to members, our commercial board Te Atiawa Iwi Holdings Limited Partnership (‘TAIHLP’) has been engaged extensively in progressing due diligence on commercial property rights in our Deed of Settlement (‘Deed’). This has included obtaining independent valuations, negotiating with the Crown, conducting geotechnical surveys, and finalising business cases for the acquisition of targeted...Read More
Over the last few months, Pukerangiora Hapū has been exploring opportunities on how Pukerangiora Pā can be best presented to uphold the mana of the hapū and the Pā. This is a collaborative partnership between Pukerangiora hapū, Te Kotahitanga o Te Atiawa and DOC. The current stage is to complete an Interpretation plan, this involves identifying possible stories the hapū want to share and how these are presented. Pukerangiora Pā has a long history and utilising structures onsite to increase awareness is an aspiration...Read More
Ngaungaua noa nei te kiri tāngata e te hau tūreperepe o Hine Takurua. Rere tāuru ana a Puanga whērikoriko ki runga i a Te Kakau, i a Tautoru, rere tōmuri iho ko Matariki whēkorakora. Ko te wāhanga o te tau tēnei kia noho koniahi ai te iwi, ā, kia tangi auē ai ki ngā mate,...Read More
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...Read More
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...Read More
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...Read More
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