Category: Panui

Pānui: Mahuru 2023/1

PanuiSep 13 20230 Comment

TE WIKI O TE REO MĀORI 2023 In celebration of te wiki o te reo Māori, Manaaki Kapiti have embraced this kaupapa with vigour this year by providing resources for whānau and paying homage to our beautiful marae and homelands of Kāpiti. Join them as they share our slice of paradise and meet up with our other kaupapa, Mahi mō te Taiao, ...

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Ātiawa ki Whakarongotai E-Pānui: Haratua 2023/1

PanuiMay 08 20230 Comment

NOTICE OF ONLINE HUI Ōtaki Porirua Trust Board (ŌPTB) future land use.  Tuesday 9th of May 2023, 7.30pm ŌPTB manage land throughout the rohe of the Confederation of Ātiawa, Ngāti Raukawa and Ngāti Toa Rangatira. They have begun a process to re-evaluate the land use of their Tasman Road farm in Ōtaki.  For the last 80 years, ...

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Tikanga Haumaru COVID Response Plan

He aha te mea nui o te ao. He aroha ki te tangata, he aroha ki te tangata, he aroha ki te tangata. We invite you to read our panui designed to keep the iwi well informed as to what is happening on the Kapiti Coast. And to serve as a platform to share stories of how we were able to mobilise our people and provide examples of resilience ...

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2019 Trustee Election – Final Results

PanuiSep 21 20170 Comment

The final result for the election of Trustees for the Ātiawa ki Whakarongotai Charitable Trust that closed on Sunday 15 December 2019 is:  Election of Three Trustees & One Alternate Trustee Candidate Votes ReceivedKEARNEY, Kara 122HIGGOTT, Rawhiti 91BAKER, Andre 71ELLISON, Alby 44EDWARDS, Sandra 40INFORMAL 0BLANK VOTING PAPERS 0 I ...

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Te Hunga Whiriwhiri Pānui – Hui Tanguru

PanuiMar 10 20160 Comment

Kia ora koutou, To view the Greater Wellington Regional Council Te Hunga Whiriwhiri Panui for  hui tanguru 2016 Please click this link:  Te-Hunga-Whiriwhiri-newsletter-Jan-2016 Contact details for this pānui: Shane Parata | Te Hunga Whiriwhiri | Pouhono a Iwi GREATER WELLINGTON REGIONAL COUNCIL Te Pane Matua Taiao Shed 39 2 Fryatt Quay ...

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Help shape the future of Waikanae Beach

In the interests of iwi (and iwi living locally) we share the local council’s pānui as follows: Help shape the future of Waikanae Beach Thank you to all of you who made it to last Sunday’s drop-in session at the Waikanae Beach Hall. The response was very positive and the feedback really useful. We’re offering another opportunity for ...

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