Nau Mai, Haere Mai
Tangitū ki te moana
Maungaharuru ki uta
Mōhaka te awa
Ko Ngāti Pāhauwera te iwi
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.
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.
Nau mai, Haere mai ki tēnei Pae Tukutuku!
Our logo represents the unique and iconic “reti board” that is synonymous with 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”.
Are you currently unemployed and wanting to work?
Contact Peter Eden by emailing email@example.com or calling 06 8343808. Peter is based in the new Napier office at 170a Waghorn street on the second floor. Let him know what assistance you may require with regards to training and employment. Drop-in your CV or email him to register your interest. If you do not have a C.V yet this can be arranged (free for a limited time) for those who are registered on the benefit.
The Manaaki Committee is responsible for developing the social strategy for the Trust.
It is also responsible for the distribution of Community and Educational grants to our many beneficiaries.
Be sure to register with the Trust and keep you contact details up to date. You can now do this online – just complete the form.
Rēhita – Register
We invite all those who whakapapa to our Hapū to register with the Ngati Pahauwera Development Trust. Your registration will allow you:
- to be kept in touch with the exciting things that are happening for our Hapū and Marae;
- to participate in the decisions at the AGM and other General Meetings;
- to elect Trustees to Ngati Pahauwera Development Trust; and
- be counted – allowing us to identify who and where our whānau are, thereby helping the Trust to better serve our whānau and Hapū.
He aha ō whakaaro
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