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Nau Mai, Haere Mai

E mihi kau ana ki te iti me te rahi o Ngāti Pāhauwera.  Kō nei tonu te ipurangi whakairi kōrero hei tirotiro mā ngā urī o Ngāti Pāhauwera.  Me mihi atu hoki ki te hunga i tua atu i te Iwi e pānui ana i ngā kōrero mō mātau – tēnā anō koutou katoa.

Welcome to the new official website for the Ngati Pahauwera Development Trust. Through this website the Trust will provide updates on news, events, and information on the activities of the Trust for members, whanau and the general public.  As this website has just been launched new content will be uploaded as it becomes available. We welcome comment and feedback that will improve our website communications for you.


He Tohu Whakamārama

Our logo represents the unique and iconic “reti board” that is synonymous to Ngāti Pāhauwera. The “reti board” is a Ngāti Pāhauwera exemplar of an ancient creation of innovation in catching the world famous Mohaka kahawai. Symbolised within the body of the “reti board” is “Paikea”, revered taniwha of the Mohaka. The Mohaka, Waihua and Waikare rivers are reflected in the logo background.

NGĀTI PĀHAUWERA DEVELOPMENT TRUST | EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITES

From time to time the Trust is provided with communications of employment opportunities. This provides an easy form of communicating these opportunities to our beneficiaries.

NGĀTI PĀHAUWERA DEVELOPMENT TRUST | COMMUNICATIONS SURVEY

Can you spare a few moments to take the Ngati Pahauwera Communications Survey?

NGĀTI PĀHAUWERA DEVELOPMENT TRUST | INFORMATION SHARING HUI

When: Sunday 17 May 2015 Venue: Kohupatiki Marae, Fardon Road, Clive Time: 9:30am to 12:30pm

NGĀTI PĀHAUWERA DEVELOPMENT TRUST | EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY

The Trust is seeking to employ a Chief Executive Officer. The Trust is an intergenerational iwi organisation responsible for the Ngāti Pāhauwera Treaty Settlement obligations and assets. The Trust has over the past three years transitioned through post-settlement challenges and is committed to fostering the economic independence and wellbeing of our 7000 Iwi members and their descendants.

NGĀTI PĀHAUWERA DEVELOPMENT TRUST | RANGATAHI FORUM

Where: Koraunui Marae – 146 Stokes Valley Road When: Sunday, 31st May 2015 – 9am For further information, please feel free to contact either: Elmaadi Te Aho – Project Coordinator 06 838 6702 or elmaadi@npdt.co.nz or

NGATI PAHAUWERA DEVELOPMENT TRUST | IWI CLOSER TO CUSTOMARY RIGHTS FIRST

NGATI Pahauwera could be the first iwi to secure customary rights over a marine area if its evidence is accepted by Attorney General and Minister of Treaty Negotiations Chris Finlayson.