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Ka nui te mihi atu ki a koutou nga uri o Haua.  It is with great pleasure that I take this opportunity to address you all. I am pleased with the efforts of the Ngati Haua Iwi Trust who have negotiated a Deed of Settlement with the Crown. We now have an opportunity to put the grievances behind us and turn our minds and hearts toward the future and establish a platform from which we can develop, and grow, and realise the aspirations we have to enhance the wellbeing of Ngati Haua.

Ngati Haua iwi has ratified the Ngati Haua Iwi Trust. I too support and endorse this Trust and its aims to steer our iwi into the new and exciting post-settlement phase.  I encourage you and your whānau to visit this website regularly to be kept up to date with news and events pertaining to Ngati Haua.

Ma te Atua koutou e manaaki, e tiaki.

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Annual Report 2015

Our Annual Report 2015 will be delivered at the AGM to be held on 27th September 2015 at Kai a Te Mata Marae, copies are now available to

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AGM 2015

The 2015 Annual General Meeting of Ngati Haua Iwi Trust will be held at Kai a Te Mata Marae, Kereone Rd, Morrinsville on Sunday 27th

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Te Hui Ahurei a Haua

Te Hui Ahurei a Haua
The Trust has allocated some resourcing towards a Ngati Haua Festival – an opportunity to come together to celebrate being Ngati Haua.

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Wiremu Tamihana – one of 10 Greatest NZers

Wiremu Tamihana – One of Ten Greatest New Zealanders according to NZ Herald
13 November 2013 marked the 150th birthday of the New Zealand Herald. As

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Ngati Koroki Kahukura and Ngati Haua have been given the opportunity by Te Wananga o Aotearoa to run a waka ama programme this year from March to November within our rohe. The qualification is a Certificate in Waka Ama and it is proposed to hold the weekend noho at Maungatautari and Pohara Marae with weekly classes to be held at Te Manawa o Matariki, Karapiro. The delivery team is Te Toki Waka Ama led by the man himself, Hoturoa Kerr so you have an opportunity to learn from one of the very best.....if not the best. Lake Karapiro would be the location when taking out the waka.

If you are interested, are eligible and can commit to the requirements (noho, wananga, assessments, weekly classes) please email Lee Ann Muntz on sperls@ihug.co.nz There will be an info evening this Thursday, 11th February at 6.30pm in Te Manawa o Matariki Cultural Room, Don Rowlands Centre, Karapiro. If you would like to enrol that evening and have never been a student of Te Wānanga o Aotearoa, please bring some primary identification, i.e.passport, birth certificate or marriage certificate. If you have been a past student and wish to enrol, a drivers licence is suffice.
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Kia ora whanau, he panui ma koutou. A date has been confirmed for the first Hui a Iwi of 2016 - Sunday 28th February 2016, Raungaiti Marae starting at 9:30am. An agenda will be circulated in the coming weeks. Any other queries, please contact Pare Holder via email to pprholder@gmail.com

Nga mihi
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Nga mihi o te Kirihimete ki a koutou!

Our office is now closed for the holiday period and will re-open on Monday 11 January 2016.

We wish you all a safe and happy Christmas. Enjoy!
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