Kia pono ai te korero…

Kia pono ai te korero, he iwi rangatira tatou no mua iho, naianei, a, mo ake tonu – to restore the belief that we are a noble and self-sustaining people, from days past, today and forevermore.

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Ka nui te mihi atu ki a koutou ngā uri o Hauā.  It is with great pleasure that I take this opportunity to address you all. I am pleased with the efforts of the Ngāti Hauā Iwi Trust who have negotiated a Deed of Settlement with the Crown. We now have an opportunity to put the grievances behind us and turn our minds and hearts toward the future and establish a platform from which we can develop, and grow, and realise the aspirations we have to enhance the wellbeing of Ngāti Hauā.

Ngāti Hauā iwi has ratified the Ngāti Hauā Iwi Trust. I too support and endorse this Trust and its aims to steer our iwi into the new and exciting post-settlement phase.  I encourage you and your whānau to visit this website regularly to be kept up to date with news and events pertaining to Ngāti Hauā.

Ma te Atua koutou e manaaki, e tiaki.
Nā Anaru Te awaitaia Thompson, Tumuaki

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Message from Raylene:

Kia ora e te whānau,

Nei rā te whakamānawa atu nei kia koutou ko Ani Rangihau Hinekura Rangihau, Aunty Kay Patena me taku Māmā ā Hina Waaka, te tokoiti i whai pānga, i mutu anõ hoki i tēnei mea te BMPA! Anei rā õ koutou Kapa me te whanau whānui o Ngāti Hauā e poho kererū ana i ā koutou i tēnei wā. CONGRATULATIONS Whanau xx

Graduation held in Whakatāne on the 29th March 2019.

The Kāheru door is open for any of our whānau who is wanting to jump on the BMPA nau mai! I am planning a meet n greet (enrolment evening), where you can all come along, have a listen to the journey of our past and most recent graduates and one of our lecturers.

The Bachelor of Māori Performing Arts is FEE FREE (No hidden costs anywhere) I promise you this!

We, the (komiti whakahaere o Te Kāheru Matarau a Hauā) look after all tauira travel costs to Nohos (BMPA noho), haerenga, campaign fee's, regalia for graduation, accommodation and more...

What's awesome about this is networking with other roopū from across the motu.

This Tohu can take you anywhere and everywhere e te Iwi.

Please let me know if your interested in attending the evening. All information will be given out then.

VENUE: Rukumoana Marae
DATE: 3rd April 2019
TIME: 6 - 8pm

Cuppa will be provided as well e te whānau

Again.. congratulations to our Graduands of Te Kāheru Matarau a Hauā

Raylene xx
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Hauā Reo Hauā Tāngata 2019
Kia ora e hoa mā! 😊
Here are the dates and kaupapa for Hauā Reo Hauā Tangata this year.
As the events get closer more information will be shared
We don’t want you to miss out 🙌🏽
Some dates are TBC but will be confirmed shortly.
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Ngāti Hauā Iwi Trust are pleased to offer Career Pathway Workshops on the following dates at the NHIT Office in Morrinsville faciliated by Kereama Clarke:

- 27th March 2019, 5pm - 8pm
- 3rd April 2019, 5pm - 8pm

The workshops will cover:
- CV writing and updates
- Cover letter formatting
- Communication and interview skills
- Problem solving activities and employment options

If you are needing help finding work, getting a CV together, preparing for an interview or finding your chosen career path these workshops are for you! Nau mai, haere mai!

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Tena koutou Whanau
Just a reminder, Hui-A-Iwi this coming Sunday 17th March 2019, at Raungaiti Marae.
Uncle Russel has asked if whanau are able to be there before 9am so we can have karakia, and head to Tarore site by 9.15am.

Nga mihi
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