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140828 E Mara E Pānui - 28 August 2014

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Rāniera (Sonny) Tau Elected Chair of Tūhoronuku
Rāniera (Sonny) Tau has been elected chair of the Ngāpuhi settlement entity, Tūhoronuku Independent Mandated Authority (Tūhoronuku IMA). Read more...


Treaty Settlement Minister Meets with Tūhoronuku
Treaty Settlement Minister meets the Trustees of the new Ngāpuhi settlement entity and says it's important to move on with settlement. Watch the video...   


Te Tai Tokerau Candidate Launches Te Tai Tokerau Party
Te Tai Tokerau candidate Clinton Dearlove took the opportunity during one of the meet the candidate meetings to launch the new Te Tai Tokerau Party. Read more...


PM Dismisses Abolishing the Māori Seats                                                          Prime Minister John Key has dismissed the idea of demolishing the Māori seats saying it would lead to "hikois from hell." Read more...  


Māori Party Releases List to Contest Election
Meanwhile the Māori Party has released its list of candidates contesting this year's general election. Read more...


Iwi Chairs Back Labour's Climate Change Policy
The powerful Iwi Leaders Group has thrown its weight behind Labour's climate change policy. Read more...


Māori TV Covers the Electorates
Māori TV has produced a series of electorate profiles including candidate debates and talking to grassroots about the issues that are important to them. See their coverage here...


Commissioner's Report Upsets Whangaroa Parents
The commissioner of a Northland kura has filed a draft report that has upset parents at the Whangaroa school. Read more...


Dredging Plans Don't Go Down Well with Whangarei Hapū
The country's only oil refinery is nervous about its plans to dredge Whangarei Harbour. Read more...


Kiwi Fashion Designer Offends on the Catwalk
Top fashion designer, Dame Trelise Cooper, has been forced to apologise for using accessories considered offencive. Watch the video...


80 Jobs Expected to go in TPK Restructure
The Public Service Association says about 80 jobs will be lost as the Māori Development Ministry works through restructuring. Read more...


Tai Tokerau Academic Writes First Article in Te Reo for Journal
University of Auckland lecturer writes the first article in te reo Māori published by academic journal, New Zealand Journal of Educational Studies. Read more...


Businesses Can Learn from Māori: Researcher
Massey Researcher says organisations could benefit by adopting a Māori approach to leadership. Read more...


End of Life Care Puts Whānau Into Debt
A Māori health researcher says end of life care is placing whānau in debt. Listen to the full interview...


All Black Legend George Nepia Honoured 
All Black legend George Nepia has been inducted to the International Rugby Board Hall of Fame. Watch the video...


Scholarships and Funding

The AMP is calling for applications. Click on the link...                                                                                     So is Vodafone for their World of Difference programme. Click on the link...                                                       To find out about Ngapuhi scholarships and funding click here...


Hui Notices
The JR McKenzie Trust is hosting a hui on September 10 at the Copthorne Hotel, Waitangi, about engaging whānau in their children's achievements. Morning tea and lunch is provided and it starts at 9am. To register click here... or email lindabiggs@inspire.net.nz.

Anyone with an interest in Māori forestry, whether you're a trust, landowner or incorporation, is invited to a wananga on October 3 at the Moerewa Christian Fellowship Centre starting 10am. The kaupap is to develop a Tai Tokerau Māori forestry strategy. RSVP to Louisa Kopa (louisakopa@gmail.com) or ph 021 025 91532.

Ngawha Marae Trustee Komiti is inviting beneficiaries to attend the triennial meeting at the marae this Saturday, August 30, starting at 11am. Contact Pam Tane (09) 405 9837.


Unsure About Your Registration?

Ever received an acknowledgement? Do you have a registration number? If you're unsure about your registration details contact us. Ph 0800 NGĀPUHI (0800 6427844), 09 401 5530 or email the registrations team at registrations@ngapuhi.iwi.nz.

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Email runanga@ngapuhi.iwi.nz
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