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1505 Te Riingi - 19 May 2015

Minutes of the Monthly Meeting of Te Takiwā o te Hauāuru held at Te Riingi Marae

19 May 2015

Present

Bill

Ashby

Pukerātā

Don

Edmonds

Secretary

Geneva

Hildreth


Hirini

Tau

Kōtuku

Iritoka

Willis

Te Iringa

Riki

Whiu

NZ Police

Joanne

Kiro

Te Huruhi

Keith

Wihongi

Puhimoana Ariki

Lucyanne

Yukich

Te Iringa

Marie

Martin

Kohewhata

Pearl

Hippolite

Education

Ramari

Lemon

Te Iringa

Reuben

Wharawhara

Te Rūnanga-a-iwi o Ngāpuhi

Rina

Tau

Ngai Tāwake

Robert

Lemon

Te Iringa

Sonny

Tau

Kōtuku

Te Miringa

Huriwai

Pukerātā

Ursula

Hampson


Waitai

Tau

Kōtuku

William

Reihana

Te Iringa

Winnie

Leach

Māhuhu-ki-te-rangi

Apologies

Atawhai Rameka, Nuru Tau, Pae Reihana, Gwen Tahana, Yvonne Komene, Ron and Hokimate Dixon, Hohipa Matene, Ted Wihongi, Roger Milner.


RESOLVED   Rina/Kuini

That the apologies are accepted.

Minutes of the Previous Meeting

RESOLVED    Rina/Kuini

That the Minutes are a true and complete record of the previous meeting (with the exception of the corrections noted below).

Matters Arising

Corrections

  • Te Hauora o Kaikohe will be owned by Te Rūnanga-a-iwi o Ngāpuhi from 1 July 2015 (Not as part of Ngāpuhi Iwi Social Services).

  • Marie Martin to be added to the list of apologies.

Marae Grant for Monthly Meetings


RESOLVED    Rina/Marae

That the Marae Grant for Monthly Meetings remains at $600.


RESOLVED    Winnie/Marie

That Te Hauāuru Takiwā asks Te Rūnanga-a-iwi o Ngāpuhi to increase the annual grant to takiwā from $6,000 to $7,500.

Noted in Discussion

  • Need many more names for Defibrillator Training. Register Here.

  • Keith to enquire about the possibility of Te Rūnanga-a-iwi o Ngāpuhi subsidizing defibrillators for marae.

Financial Report

RESOLVED   Don/Marie

That the monthly Financial Statement is approved.

Te Rūnanga-ā-iwi o Ngāpuhi

  • Keith reported on recent events.

  • The rūnanga hasn’t met since our last takiwā meeting.

  • Review of Te Ohu Kaimoana - various options being considered.

Marae Reports

Kaingahoa

  • Brief oral report.

Kohewhata

  • Marae is being well used.

  • Bookings are recorded on the website.

Te Riingi

  • Water Hui 10:00am 6 June.

  • Some whāriki from Te Riingi will feature in Northtec’s “Honouring Our Past Weavers” display.

  • Te Riingi will become alcohol free from 31 December 2015. This will be celebrated by whānau between Christmas and New Year.

Ngāi Tāwake

  • Wānanga on 12 June.

  • Marae Based Studies continue.

Other Reports

Rūnanga Operations

  • Communications workshops were very successful.

  • Scholarship selection panel met 9 May. There were 316 applicants for the 75 scholarships awarded, with a total value of $80,000.

  • The Hapū Development programme has included housing at Waimā and Rangihāmama.

  • Applications for Hapū Development grants close 6 June.

General Business

  • Riki Whiu and Geneva Hildreth led a wide-ranging discussion about issues relating to problems with young people in Kaikohe as raised at the last meeting.

    • Issues covered included:

      • Recent events at Kaikohe Intermediate School.

      • Family violence.

  • NZ Police is to appoint three Tai Tokerau Iwi Liaison Officers.

  • Post-Mortems may be moving to Auckland.


Future Meetings

16 June - Te Iringa, 346 Matarāua Road, Te Iringa

21 July - Kohewhata, 6869 Mangakahia Road, Kaikohe

18 August  - Te Huruhi, 34 Otaenga Road, Awarua