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Kei aku rangatira, tēnā koutou, With the COVID-19 (Coronavirus) continuing to spread globally and the possibility for it to spread within Aotearoa, Te Kotahitanga o Te Atiawa have been working through our responsibilities as an organisation to ensure we do our best to mitigate further impacts for our kaimahi and our whānau. Our Approach –...
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PRESS RELEASE  Monday 16 March 2020 Te Kotahitanga o Te Atiawa  RIRI ME TE RAUKURA 2020 CANCELLATION Due to the most recent announcements regarding COVID-19 (Coronavirus), Te Kotahitanga o Te Atiawa and the working party for Te Riri me te Raukura wish to advise of the cancellation this year’s Te Riri me te Raukura commemoration and events scheduled for 16...
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PRESS RELEASE  Wednesday 26 February 2020 Te Kotahitanga o Te Atiawa  The formal lodgement of Tai Whenua, Tai Tangata, Tai Ao – Te Atiawa Iwi Environmental Management Plan, with relevant local authorities and the Department of Conservation was completed on Tuesday 25 February.   This lodgement follows the formal launch of Tai Whenua, Tai Tangata, Tai Ao by Te Kotahitanga o Te Atiawa with its members at the annual general meeting held at Kairau Marae in December 2019.   Tai Whenua, Tai Tangata,...
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Rauhī Te Atiawa

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...
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‘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...
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Whio whio whiti ora e! – Whio prospers on Te Atiawa rivers.

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,...
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