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Whakarongotai Marae Trustees | Te Puna o Te Aroha

Every year on 6 February, Aotearoa marks the signing of the Te Tiriti o Waitangi (Treaty of Waitangi) in 1840. The date is an important marker in this country’s history and is often celebrated by Iwi, communities, and individuals to mark the day in new ways. In recognition of 184 years since the Te Tiriti was signed, Whakarongotai Marae ...

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E-Pānui: Whiringa-ā-nuku 2023

Tēnā tātou We would like to announce the resignation of two of our kaimahi: Ruby-Mei Thomas and Melanie McCormick.   Ruby-Mei was with us in the tari as the office administrator, and Mel worked remotely as the Pou Takawaenga Taiao in the Taiao unit. The Trust Board would like to thank them both very much for their mahi and wish ...

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E-Pānui: Mahuru 2023/2

Ātiawa ki Whakarongotai M2PP Kaitiaki Monitoring report Ātiawa ki Whakarongotai’s M2PP Kaitiaki Monitoring report details significant environmental and human health effects of the M2PP Expressway.Our Taiao Unit have released a report detailing significant environmental and human health effects of the Mackays to Peka ...

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E-Pānui: Hereturikōkā 2023/1 WHY REGISTER WITH US & WIN! We dispatched this year’s Maramataka to whānau last week, We have done our best to ensure that we have the most recent database information and encourage you to update your details. If you have changed your residency or contact details in the past year please let us know. Also, ...

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The Kapiti Community Health Network 

Secretarial and Administrative support Looking for a role that fits with your values where you can utilise your Governance and administration skillset? The Kapiti Community Health Network (Network) is a partnership between Te Whatu Ora Capital Coast and Hutt Valley, Te Atiawa ki Whakarongotai and Tu Ora Compass Health. The goal of the Network ...

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The Ātiawa Toa Hauora Partnership Board

Position Available – Manahautū The Ātiawa Toa Hauora Partnership Board is made up of six members representing Ngāti Toa, Te Āti Awa and Taurahere from the community. The Board is responsible for ensuring the voice of whānau are included in the design and delivery of health and wellbeing services that meet their needs in the Porirua, ...

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Ātiawa ki Whakarongotai: E-Pānui: Haratua 2023/2

MANAAKI KAPITI: HE TONO!  Tungia te Ururua, kia tupu – Whakaritorito te tupu O te harakeke Clear the undergrowth so that the new shoots of the flax will grow. Have you had any issues using GP after-hours services or the Wellington Emergency Department, then we want to hear from you!  This survey will help us to be better informed ...

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