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130808 E Mara E Pānui - 8 August 2013


Notice of Takiwā Annual General Meetings 2013

Te Takiwā o Ngāpuhi ki Whangarei AGM (Whangarei Terenga Paraoa Marae), 20 August, 6pm
​Te Roopu Takiwā o Mangakahia AGM (Waimarie Marae, Draffin Rd, Poroti), 3 Sept, 5.30pm
Ngāpuhi ki Waitematā Takiwā AGM (Te Mahurehure Marae, Pt Chevalier), 21 Sept, 9.30am Powhiri.Nominations for the position of Secretary and Treasurer close on Friday 9 August. Nomination forms are available from the Rūnanga office and can also be downloaded from www.ngapuhi.iwi.nz


Funding Stories

Representing Ngāpuhi at the World Dance Champs and Promoting Ngāpuhi in the USA...

Save Our Snapper - LegaSea Public Meeting @Monday 12 August 2013, 5pm (Te Rūnanga-Ā-Iwi-O-Ngapuhi Board Room, Kaikohe)

You are invited to come along to this public meeting.  Have your say: Get ready for action!



Te Kohanga Reo Poari Matua Hui @9 August 2013, Otiria Marae

Whānau are most welcome to attend.

Inauthentic pōwhiri irks Moon

Historian Paul Moon is calling for more authenticity in the use of Māori rituals.


Primary industries want more Māori in jobs

Primary export industries are working together to create career paths for Māori.



Iwi look to Lincoln for farm training

Two central Waikato iwi hope to be training people to work on the land as early as next year.


Growing Māori population gains attention of advertisers

An independent Māori communications advisor says the growing Māori population is gaining the attention of advertisers, who are eager to appeal to tangata whenua.

Fonterra scare poses risk to Māori agribusiness

The Federation of Māori Authorities says Māori have significant assest at risk from any damage to the country's agribusiness brand by the Fonterra contamination scare. 

Several iwi interested in Ngai Tahu saving scheme

Iwi interested in setting up saving schemes for their members are seeking advice from Ngai Tahu about how to do it.


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