HE PITOPITO KŌRERO / THIS WEEK'S NEWS

Te Rūnanga ā Iwi o Ngāpuhi Charitable Trust hereby gives notice that its Annual General Meeting will be held on Saturday 16 November 2019 at Maungarongo Marae, Mangakahia, commencing 10am.

Members are advised that the Trustees propose to amend the Trust Deed at the meeting and three resolutions have been put before the Trustees for consideration, pursuant to section 13.1 of the Trust Deed. The three resolutions will be voted on at the Annual General Meeting. Follow these links for the 2019 Annual Reportthe proposed changes to the Trust Deed (in table form)the Trust Deed with proposed changes, and the Voting Form for the Trust Deed Amendment Resolutions.


We want to take the opportunity to say thank you for supporting the Tahunakura Postgraduate Study Wānanga that was held on the 11-12 October 2019 at Northtec Marae.

Whiti Hoori (Ngāpuhi) is a step closer to pursuing his dream of becoming a neurosurgeon after winning the University of Auckland's Top Achievers Award.


Te Waka Kaupapa o Waikare

Having embraced the Waka Kaupapa since 2012, a new generation of kaihoe from Te Kura o Waikare travelled to the Hihiaua Cultural Centre in Whangārei yesterday, to watch the building and restoration of four waka. The tamariki got up close to observe both the traditional mātauranga (tārai waka) and contemporary art form. While they were learning about the 3D printer technology being used onsite to print a smaller bio-plastic version of an Hawai’ian  wa’a (outrigger canoe), the students were also able to watch live feed of the larger 3D printer in Wellington printing the full-size replica. During his mihi, Matua Te Wārihi Hetaraka acknowledged their Te Kapotai tūpuna Te Koukou and his interaction with the Tahitian navigator Tupaia. On Friday 8 November, Te Kura o Waikare tamariki and kaihoe will be supporting the Te Kapotai hapū commemoration ‘Te Mauri o Tupaia’, that is being hosted by Waikare Marae. 


Northland students dive virtually into kauri knowledge

Northland students get to experience the inner workings of kauri trees via new virtual reality technology. With kauri dieback prevalent in forests across the North, organisers hope students take away a deeper understanding of how they can help curb the disease from spreading.


Ngāti Hine gathers to celebrate their reo and tikanga

Tapeka Henare, of Ngāti Hine was happy to see the numbers that had come to support the kids last Friday. "He rawe ki te kite i te manomano kua tae mai i tēnei rā, ā, ki te tautoko i ō tātou taitamariki. Ko tēnei te rā mō rātou."


Māori and Pacific waka experts have been sharing their knowledge this week at the Hihiaua Cultural Centre in Whangārei.


Māori need bigger share of community sports funds

A wānanga in Palmerston North yesterday looked at ways to increase Māori participation in physical activity and sport.


The waka hourua - journey - design was the result of extensive collaboration between the Transport Agency and hapū, along with community feedback.


District health boards are being challenged to eliminated racism from their emergency departments and make them safe spaces for Māori.

 

HE HUINGA / EVENTS

Kororipo Heritage Park Management Group: Tūhono Kerikeri Karakia Atatū/Whakatuwhera

@Sunday, 27 October 2019, 5am (Gather at DOC carpark below St James Church, Kerikeri). RSVP by 27 September 2019 to [email protected] or 09 407 0470.


Te Tūwheratanga o Te Kura Kaupapa Māori o Hokianga

@8 o Noema (Whiringa-a-rangi) 2019, 5am (Koutu Point Road, Koutu, Hokianga). Haramai rā ki te tautoko i te tūwheratanga o Te Kura Kaupapa Māori o Hokianga.


Kura Reo ki Whirinaki

@28 o Noema, 3pm - 1 o Tihema 2019, 1pm (Moria Marae, Whirinaki). Kua tuwhera ngā rēhitatanga mō te Kura Reo ki Whirinaki. Registrations have opened. Nau mai, haere mai e te iwi!

 

TAKIWĀ

About Takiwā

Te Rūnanga-Ā-Iwi O Ngāpuhi is governed by a board of 9 trustees, elected triennially from nine Takiwā.

As outlined in the Rūnanga's Trust Deed, Takiwā means a representative group of Marae/Hapū and can also include individuals acting through their duly appointed Trustee.

Each Takiwā is governed by an executive committee, including but not limited to a chairperson, secretary and treasurer.  Takiwā also meet regularly. A list of current takiwā executive representatives are available here.

Takiwā Facebook pages

Ngā Ngaru o Hokianga 

Te Takiwā o Ngāpuhi ki Waitematā 

 

HE PĀNUI

Development Funding Opportunities

Te Rūnanga-Ā-Iwi O Ngāpuhi provide funding to assist and support Ngāpuhi marae and hapū communities achieve their development goals. The fund is delivered across three funding streams; the Hapū Development fund, Minor Capital Works fund and Major Marae Project Assistance fund. 


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Contact us on 0800 NGAPUHI (0800 6427844) or email [email protected]