Kia hiwa rā, kia hiwa rā!
"Ko au ko te pātiki, ko te pātiki ko au!" - Hori Tupaea
Te Ohu Mātauranga Reo are excited to share with you all a sneak-peak into our DIGITAL FLIPBOOK, Ngā Pātōtara o Te Awanui, for limited time only! The story follows an akomanga from Te Kura o Te Moutere o Matakana, who goes on a tipi haere with Koro Enoka to key areas around Matakana, learning about the importance of following tikanga Māori when catching pātiki, and the different taputapu (tools) used by our tupuna to catch pātiki.
See the link below to get access into our digital audio flipbook, available for a limited time.
N O M I N A T E
Y O U R
T A M A K I
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E te iwi,
We've reached out to our registered Auckland whānau and a lot of you have said you are all good. However, we also know some of our whānau in Auckland are struggling during this time.
If you know whānau who are doing it tough i.e. who can’t afford kai, we have a limited number of fish fillets we can get delivered direct to their whare in Tamaki Makaurau!
If you know a Ngāi Te Rangi whānau who needs nominating, but they aren't a tribal registered member, please give us a call and we will get you in contact with the right person.
Please nominate them in the following link:
Notice of Ngāi Te Rangi Trustee Election
The board of the Ngāi Te Rangi Settlement Trust (NST) and Te Rūnanga o Ngāi Te Rangi Iwi Trust (TRONIT) are calling for nominations for 5 Trustee positions on the board.
NST is the post settlement governance entity established in 2013 to receive and manage the Tribe’s Treaty Settlement assets. TRONIT was established in 2007 to receive and manage the Tribe’s Fisheries Settlement assets and is also responsible for the delivery of charitable
Call for nominations
In accordance with the Ngai Te Rangi Settlement Trust, Trust Deed, Trustees can hold office for no more than three years, so, the following 5 hapu communities are due for rotation, they are:
• Te Whanau a Tauwhao, Rangiwaea https://drive.google.com/file/d/1WcuJA6dJOXF_dXzW5AW0xeuB9K9JgmS2/view?usp=drivesdk
• Ngāti Tapu, Waikari https://drive.google.com/file/d/1PrSVeKF3QXUqbuWFtlghJqhAUjWUg5Bg/view?usp=drivesdk
•Ngāi Tamawhariua, Te Rangihouhiri https://drive.google.com/file/d/1PrSVeKF3QXUqbuWFtlghJqhAUjWUg5Bg/view?usp=drivesdk
• Te Ngare https://drive.google.com/file/d/1EzXyEaNr9Y8xOLfFh8m5GXHCMUKxTWuj/view?usp=drivesdk
• Ngāti Tauaiti https://drive.google.com/file/d/1WQAx0EGhrXcUbYOwQa6fmlKaeo-6aO5d/view?usp=drivesdk
Please note: the 5 retiring hapū representatives are available and also eligible to apply for re-election.
Nominees must be adult (over 18) registered members of Ngāi Te Rangi as of Friday 20 November 2020. They must also have chosen the Hapū Community they seek election for as their First Preference on their registration on the Ngāi Te RangI Tribal Register. Nominations must be made on the official Nomination Form available at www.ngaiterangi.com, by phone 07 575 3765 or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
Nominations closing 12pm noon on Monday 23 November 2020
Please go to the Tribal Register at www.ngaiterangi.com to check that your contact details are up to date, particularly your email address. Alternatively, contact the NST office on 07 5753 765 or email email@example.com. There are many members with outdated information, so if you could encourage others to check their registrations as well
A collective redress deed for Pare Hauraki, a collective of 12 iwi, was signed at Parliament in August 2018, which followed a series of public protests - including two to Parliament - led by Ngāi Te Rangi.
In December, a Treaty of Waitangi Tribunal report slammed the Crown's handling of overlapping claims in the Pare Hauraki settlement, finding the Crown had not adhered to Treaty principles, used an "ad hoc, opaque and ever-changing pool of settlement practices", rushed the process at the expense of due process and created fresh grievances between iwi.
At the time, Treaty Negotiations Minister Andrew Little said he accepted the tribunal's criticisms of the Crown's practices and the Crown would seek to work with both Tauranga Moana and Pare Hauraki to arrange a tikanga-based process.
Tauranga Moana and Hauraki kaumātua are working towards mending the relationship between their iwi groups caused by the Crown's approach to Treaty negotiations.
But efforts to meet as part of the first steps towards improving relationships, have been put on hold for the second time due to Covid-19.
The conflicted relationship was provoked by the Crown's handling of the Pare Hauraki Treaty settlement and overlapping claims.
Originally planned for earlier this year, the tikanga-based hui between Kaumātua had to be postponed due to Covid-19 lockdown restrictions and was rescheduled for August 19th.
However, to ensure the safety of iwi elders as more cases of coronavirus are recorded, it did not proceed for the second time.
A new meeting between the groups will be rescheduled when New Zealand goes back to Covid-19 alert level 1.
While a resolution of these longstanding issues is important the safety and well being of our elders must take priority.
Te Pou Whakahaere o Te Whare Reo o Te Rangihouhiri - Ngāi Te Rangi Reo, Culture and Heritage Unit Manager VACANCY
Kia Ora e te iwi
Click on the button below to view information regarding the vacant position - CAYAD coordinator
Kia Ora e te Iwi
Please click on the 'button' below to download the Ngāi Te Rangi Tertiary Education Grant application form. Alternatively you can email firstname.lastname@example.org or ring the Runanga on 07 5753765 and a copy can be emailed or snail mailed to them or they can pick up a hard copy from the reception.