Ngati Whakaue ki Maketu Hui, Sunday 21 Feb, 11am – Whakaue Marae

Tena koutou katoa, Te Komiti Nui o Ngati Whakaue, is the Ngati Whakaue mandated body to engage with the Crown on behalf of all extant historical claims.  The Board has arranged a hui for 21 February 2016 at 11am at Whakaue Marae and invite Ngati Whakaue Claimants and Iwi ki Tai, to attend and discuss next steps in regards to Maketu representation on the Board. Nau mai, haere mai. Te Komiti Nui o Ngati Whakaue Ngati Whakaue ki Maketu Hui 11am, Sunday 21 February 2016, Whakaue Marae Settlement update and next steps for Maketu representation Nau mai, haere mai Office 07 3477673 info@whakaue.com

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Ngāti Whakaue Community, Sports & Recreation Fund 2015/16

The distribution of any funds distributed by Te Kotahitanga ō Ngāti Whakaue Assets Trust  are to be in accordance with the current Benefits, Allocations and Distributions Policy, as approved by the Trustees and Te Komiti Nui. The purpose of the Fund is to make a contribution to activities or events held by Ngāti Whakaue Community, Sports and Recreation groups that will have an overarching benefit for Ngāti Whakaue as an iwi. Please find the criteria and Application attached. AT Community Sports Recreation Application Form 2015_2016 Applications must be completed and received by the Secretary by 4:30pm 29 February 2016

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Mai Maketu February Newsletter

February Mai Maketu includes: Wānanga Series – Six wānanga are planned to support and strengthen the people of Maketu as required to the tikanga of Ngāti Whakaue on Maketu marae; Maketu Kura celebrations between the 18th—20th November 2016; TALT update including the Whakapoukorero Wetlands Project and goals of the Biodiversity Management plan; and much more!

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Mai Maketu – April edition

Surf Lifesaving Club On Saturday 28th March we had our Raft Race and Beach games. What a sight! Congratulations to all those that participated in the games. Wow! Never too old, we had people in their 70’s and 80’s running through the sand. And of course the tug-o-war. Shared honours to all. The Raft Race was great fun. So many different designs. Although some had to alter their crafts along the way; with a number of them ending with 2 legged dolphins as rudders. Back to the drawing board or rowing lessons or both for them. But it was fun. Congratulations to the Rotary Club of Maketu whom were first place winners, also well done to Maketu Kura, Maketu Fire

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