Tenei te powhiri ki a koutou, Nga waihotanga a ratau, Nga toa a Tumatauenga. To honour the men of the 28 (Maori) Battalion, D Company, we are creating a Digital Touch Table to preserve and promote their war history and experiences. To add to the Table, we are seeking photographs, stories and information on the men of D Company. While all D company soldiers will be included with a military summary and portrait, it will be those of Ngati … Continue reading “28th Maori Battalion D Coy – Ngati Kahungunu Iwi Charitable Trust”
Registration of Interest – Ngati Pahuwera Commercial Development (NPCDL) Directors. Pakato i te ata, pakato i te ahiahi, maure mahi, mauri ora. Ngati Pahauwera Commercial Development Ltd (NPCDL) is the commercial arm of the Ngati Pahauwera Development Trust. NPCDL manages $82M in assets across a portfolio of forestry land, farms, orchards, listed shares, private equity investments, and managed funds. A key focus of the company over the next 5 years is to continue to develop its commercial investment opportunities. The … Continue reading “Vacancies are you Wanting Mahi/Work”
Kia ora koutou katoa I would like to take the opportunity to invite you all to the launch of the Wairoa Police Recruitment Strategy Monday 30th 6pm at the Age Concern Centre, Wairoa. Our local strategy is leading the way nationally as a collaborative approach to supporting Wairoa whanau to achieve their career aspirations, starting with a career in Police and developing the strategy to include other career options in the future.
The New Zealand Government allocates petroleum exploration permits in an annual tender called a ‘Block Offer’, the current block offer area goes right over the area we have applied for as our Takutai Moana and in some places is three nautical miles (5.5 kilometers) from shore. We oppose any oil exploration and exploitation and will do so until the Crown engages with Iwi on the issue. We opposed the Foreshore and Seabed Act through the hikoi to Parliament and a … Continue reading “OIL AND GAS OFFER IN OUR TAKUTAI MOANA”
Tēnā rā koutou ngā whānau o Ngāti Pāhauwera, Ngāti Pāhauwera Development Trust are pleased to provide to its members the Second Edition of its Newsletter for its beneficiaries, the newsletter is called Te Putorino a Pāhauwera or The Trumpet of Pāhauwera. The Trust has been striving to improve its communications to its beneficiaries for sometime now and are pleased to now offer a revamped informative print.
Tangitū ki te moana Maungaharuru ki uta Mōhaka te awa Ko Ngāti Pāhauwera te iwi In January 2017, 40 Pāhauwera members travelled to Maungaharuru as part of the Marae Ātea wānanga, run out of Te Whare Wānanga o Awanuiarangi. The programme provides tauira with a broad range of skills and knowledge to develop, support and participate in the rituals of the Marae Ātea within marae communities. All of our marae were represented. Some keen ones walked from the bottom … Continue reading “Marae Atea wānanga Maungaharuru trip January 2017”
Tēnā rā koutou ngā whānau o Ngāti Pāhauwera, Ngāti Pāhauwera Development Trust are pleased to announce to its members that it has prepared its first Newsletter for its beneficiaries, the newsletter is called Te Putorino a Pāhauwera or The Trumpet of Pāhauwera. We hope you approve of the name which refers to the area at Waikare. The Trust has been striving to improve its communications to its beneficiaries for sometime now and are pleased to now offer an informative print.
Kia ora whanau Please have a read of the attachment below regarding Environmental Issues. port-objection-december-2016-lv
We are well into a program that will soon have the farms producing at their optimum. One of the limitations of the farms, however, will be supplying enough feed during the winter period if we are to maintain high stocking levels. This problem is common across all farming operations throughout New Zealand. One way to address this is with supplemental feeding using baleage, lucerne, oats, maize, silage, etc. That creates an opportunity! We can and want to work with landowners … Continue reading “Talk to us about your land – Developed or not”