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Tēnā tātou e te iwi, hui ā marae to elect trustees for three of our marae have been taking place over the course of the past week as follows:
Te Iti ō Hauā Marae, 10th September
Waimakariri Marae, 11th September
Rukumoana Marae, 17th September
The final hui was held on Sunday and we can confirm the results:
Rukumoana Marae: Mitchell Rakatau (Re-elected)
Waimakariri Marae: Linda Raupita (Re-elected)
Te Iti ō Hauā Marae: Raylene Walters
Ngā mihi nui ki a koutou
Ngāti Hauā Iwi Trust is seeking Trustee nominations for one (1) representative from Rukumoana Marae, one (1) representative from Waimakariri Marae and one representative from Te Iti o Hauā Marae.
The Trustees shall be elected to office in accordance with the rules and procedures set out in the Ngāti Hauā Iwi Trust Deed. Both marae, acting through the Adult Members of Ngāti Hauā listed in the Ngāti Hauā Register as registered with that Marae shall be entitled to elect one (1) Trustee.
The Trustees will be appointed by Hui-ā-Marae to be held as follows:
|Rukumoana Marae||Sunday 17th September 2017, 1pm||Rukumoana Marae, Kiwitahi Road, Morrinsville|
|Te Iti o Hauā Marae||Sunday 10th September 2017, 2pm||Te Iti o Haua Marae, 780 Tauwhare Rd, Tauwhare|
|Waimakariri Marae||Monday 11th September 2017, 5pm||Waimakariri Marae, 819 Victoria Rd, Cambridge|
Any person seeking nomination must:
- Be registered with the Marae for which the election is being held, at least seven (7) days prior to the Hui-ā-Marae
- Not have ceased to hold office in the last three (3) years for any of the reasons set out in sub-rules (a) to (e) of Rule 7 of the Second Schedule of the Deed of Trust
- Not be a person to which any of sub-rules (f) to (i) of rule 7 of this Schedule apply.
If you are a qualified person but not currently registered on the Ngāti Hauā Register, with the
Marae for which the elections are being held contact the Office Administrator to request a Registration Form by phoning 07 8895049 or via email to firstname.lastname@example.org or register online via our website www.ngatihauaiwitrust.co.nz
For any general enquiries regarding the Trustee Election Process, please contact our office on (07) 889 5049 or:
Te Iti o Haua Marae Chairperson Lance Rapana – 027 413 8706
Waimakariri Marae Chairperson Charlie Raupita – 027 228 5860
Rukumoana Marae Secretary Ariana Adams – email@example.com
Tēnā koutou katoa
The Ngāti Hauā Iwi Awards acknowledge and celebrate the outstanding achievements and success of
Ngāti Hauā people in various fields. The Awards will foster and promote leadership, participation,
role modelling and excellence.
Nominate Ngāti Hauā Haua iwi members who have demonstrated excellence in any of the listed
categories before Friday 14th July 2017 at 4pm so that we may celebrate their achievements at a
Gala dinner to be hosted by Ngāti Hauā Iwi Trust on Saturday 22nd July 2017 at 4pm.
All nominees must be a registered beneficiary of Ngāti Hauā Iwi Trust, please contact our office to
check registration or register online www.ngatihauaiwitrust.co.nz
∞ One nomination form is required for each category entered
∞ Whanau maybe nominated for more than one category
∞ All nominee information must be filled in completely on the nomination form
∞ Supporting letters can be attached to support nominees application
∞ Suitable colour photographs of all nominees must be included for possible use in the promotion and at the awards (head and shoulder shot for individuals, or team shots as appropriate)
∞ Any material submitted may be used by Ngāti Hauā Iwi Trust or Judge Panel / organisers to promote the awards, and at the awards evening.
∞ Any material submitted may be used for future awards promotion, and for reference purposes
All entries received will be treated as confidential to the judges and the Ngāti Hauā Iwi Trust Office
Friday 14th July 2017 at 4pm. Nominations will only be accepted on the official nomination form. No late entries will be accepted. Download NHIT Award NOMINATION FORM 2017
ENTRY FORMS TO:
Ngāti Hauā Iwi Trust
PO Box 270, Morrinsville
19A Allen Street, Morrinsville 3300
ENTRY QUERIES TO:
Teri Whaiapu, firstname.lastname@example.org or 07 889 5049
Ngati Haua Iwi Trust Annual Report 2016
Anei te puurongo aa tau! here is our Annual Report for 2016, presented at our Annual General Meeting on Sunday 25th September 2016, Raungaiti Marae starting at 2pm. Hard copies are available for collection from our office…view online by clicking on the Cover image or download here. Ngaa mihi
Notice is hereby given that the 2016 annual general meeting of Ngati Haua Iwi Trust will be held at Raungaiti Marae, State Highway 27, Waharoa on Sunday 25th September 2016 at 2pm for the following purposes:
- To receive the report on the operations of the Ngati Haua Group;
- To present the Annual Report and duly audited Consolidated Financial Statements;
- To present the proposed Annual Plan;
- To approve the appointment of the auditor for the next Income Year;
- To approve the Trustees remuneration;
- To receive an overview of the Draft Strategic Framework 2016-2026
- To discuss any other General Business matters.
Copies of information to be laid before the meeting may be collected from the Ngati Haua Iwi Trust Office, 19a Allen St, Morrinsville from Tuesday 20th September 2016 or viewed online at www.ngatihauaiwitrust.co.nz
Queries to be directed to our office (07) 889 5049
Our Annual Report 2015 will be delivered at the AGM to be held on 27th September 2015 at Kai a Te Mata Marae, copies are now available to be collected from our Morrinsville office (33 Studholme St). You can also download a copy here
Wiremu Tamihana – One of Ten Greatest New Zealanders according to NZ Herald
13 November 2013 marked the 150th birthday of the New Zealand Herald. As a part of the 150th celebrations, the Herald asked its editors to retrospectively select NZer’s of the year for every year since the paper was founded in 1863. A shortlist of 25 was determined and then a final top ten greatest NZer’s.
Whether you read this publication or not, it is noteworthy that Wiremu Tamihana was named as one of the top ten based on his vision for Maori and Pakeha partnership, Maori self-determination and overall peace amongst the two peoples.
More information can be found at http://www.nzherald.co.nz/tengreatest/
Ngati Haua Claims Settlement Bill Third Reading
The third and final reading of the Ngati Haua Claims Settlement Bill took place on 10 December 2014 at Parliament Buildings. The final reading of the Ngati Koroki-Kahukura Claims Settlement Bill was also held on the same day making for an extremely historical day for both iwi.
This significant milestone marks the formal end of the settlement negotiations process and allows for the balance of the cash and assets to be transferred to Ngati Haua.
Detailed information in relation to the legislation can be found at http://bit.ly/15UCfRz
A large Ngati Haua delegation including the Tumuaki travelled to Wellington to attend this significant event. Each Ngati Haua marae was given the opportunity to select people from their respective marae to travel. Priority was given to kaumatua and those that had been involved with and instrumental in the claims and settlement negotiations process. A number of whanau based in Wellington also attended this special occasion.
Minister for Treaty of Waitangi Negotiations Hon Christopher Finlayson told Parliament the settlement had been a long time coming. “The Crown recognises the long and the heavy burden this iwi has shouldered in pursuing justice for the wrongs of the Crown,” he said. “It is my hope that the settlement heralds the beginning of a new relationship between the Crown and Ngati Haua based on the principles of the Treaty.”
Students from Te Wharekura to Te Rau Aroha entertain during the lunch break, along with Principal and Co-Chair of Ngati Haua Iwi Trust Mokoro Gillett.