The Maniapoto claims workshop presentation from 5th March 2017 is now available for viewing in the treaty mandate section, please click the following link to view the document. Manaipoto Claims Worshop Presentation March 2017.
Please see below all key documents for the 2017 Maniapoto Maori Trust Board and Maniapoto Fisheries Trust Hui a Tau Maniapoto Maori Trust Board Annual Report 2015-16 Maniapoto Fisheries Trust Annual Report 2015-16 2016 Hui a Tau Minutes and Matters Arising Maniapoto Maori Trust Board Strategic Plan
Te Rā: 18th Juy 2016 Te Wā: 10am - 1pm Kei: Maniapoto Māori Trust Board Offices 49 Taupiri Street Te Kuiti This regional update hui from the Iwi Chairs’ Forum will provide an update on Freshwater issues, Te Ture Whenua Māori Reforms, and Marine Protected Areas. To view related information see below: Clean Agreed Paper
The Maniapoto Environmental Management Plan is a direction setting document and describes issues, objectives, policies and actions to protect, restore and enhance the relationship of Maniapoto with the environment including economic, social, cultural and spiritual relationships.
Te Mātāwai will lead the revitalisation of Te Reo Māori in the future and now is your opportunity to get involved. Maniapoto are calling for nominations for suitable candidates to represent our iwi and Tainui waka on Te Mātāwai. Attributes of the Te Mātāwai Candidate: Ability to speak Te Reo Māori Management ability Proven track
The Waikato Papakaainga Agencies Forum is about to start running the next round of papakaainga planning workshops for 2016 starting in the Maniapoto area. The start date for these workshops will be Saturday the 25th of June 2016 at Te Kotahitanga Marae Otorohanga. The workshops will be run once a month from June to August,
There is going to be a hui held on the TPPA at the Hamilton Novotel on 22 June at 5.30pm-8pm. The hui will be led by Dr David Walker, New Zealand’s Chief Trade Negotiator, who will explain the outcomes of the TPP negotiations and clarify what it does and what it does not do. He
On 11 May 2016, Te Ture Whenua Māori Bill went through its first reading in Parliament and was referred to the Māori Affairs Select Committee. The Select Committee has called for submissions on the Bill. Submission need to be lodged with the Select Committee by Thursday 14 July 2016. More information about the Bill and
Central North Island (CNI) Settlement - Further Update for Maniapoto Iwi An update on the CNI settlement of Waituhi/Kuratau and Pureroa South was provided at the MMTB/MFT hui a Iwi on Saturday 27 May 2016. The update resulted in the following resolutions being passed: Option A: That the MMTB propose to Minister Finlayson that the
Ella Golding (Rereahu, Te Ihingarangi), was the successful recipient of the 2015-16 Sister Grace Scholarship ($5,000). Ella started her journey in completing a Bachelor of Teaching at the University of Waikato this year, with a strong belief on the importance of education for and within Maniapoto. Ella aspires to be the type of teacher