‘Uerongo – September 2020

‘Uerongo – September 2020 This newsletter is a collaboration of Ngāti Whakaue entities – Ngāti Whakaue Tribal Lands, Ngāti Whakaue Assets Trust, Te Komiti Nui o Ngāti Whakaue, Pukeroa Ōruawhata Trust and Te Taumata o Ngāti Whakaue. The newsletter will help you as Ngāti Whakaue stay connected and informed, by providing an update from each entity on who they are, what they do, upcoming activities & events and key dates.

Read more

Kōrero mai! Have your say on the Proposed Kaituna River Document – open until 4pm 24 July, 2017.

Kōrero mai! Have your say on the Proposed Kaituna River Document – formal submissions are now open until 4pm 24 July, 2017. The document aims to promote the restoration, protection and enhancement of the well-being of our taonga, the Kaituna River and its tributaries. Within this document, you’ll see the proposed vision for the Kaituna River is for it to be in a healthy state, protected for current and future generations. To achieve this, we have proposed eight objectives and twenty one proposed desired outcomes. Do they capture your aspirations for the Kaituna River and its tributaries?  Do you have any suggested changes? Kōrero mai! Have your say on the future of our taonga, the Kaituna River and its tributaries.

Read more

Ngati Whakaue Mauri Model Discussions, 25 May, 5:30pm, Hurungaterangi Marae

Ngati Whakaue iwi, hapu and whanau are being encouraged to have input into what a “Mauri Assessment Model” means to us as kaitiaki of our environment and natural resources e.g. geothermal, lakes, and waterways.   To assist your thinking and views on how we assess the mauri of our natural resources and how we could develop a model or framework to measure the changes in the mauri, we have attached is a copy of a Literature Review Report on the current cultural monitoring models and environmental health indexes used by iwi across Aotearoa.   The development of these types of cultural monitoring tools are to assist Iwi and Councils to work together and make collective resource management decisions at a local and

Read more

Hui: Ngati Whakaue Education Strategy

Kia hiwa rā!  Kia hiwa rā!  Ngāti Whakaue! Please note new date: 21 May. He pānui tēnei kia tae ā-tinana mai ki te whakawhiti kōrero mō tētehī kura hou mō Ngāti Whakaue. A hui is being called for Sunday 21 May from 10am to 1.30pm to discuss a significant new development in the Ngati Whakaue Education Strategy. Date: Saturday 13 May 2017 Venue: Tunohopu Time: 10am   For catering purposes please RSVP to toni@taumata.org.nz

Read more