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Ratification of Deed of Settlement and Post Settlement Governance Entity (PSGE)

In December 2020, the Maniapoto Māori Trust Board (MMTB) initialled a Deed of Settlement (DOS) with the Crown with respect to the historical Treaty of Waitangi claims of Ngāti Maniapoto. Following many consultative hui over the past five years, MMTB are now seeking for all those aged 18 and over who whakapapa to Maniapoto tupuna [...]

Notice to Beneficiaries Inviting Nominations and Applications for Inclusion on the Roll of Beneficiaries

E te iwi,Nominations and applications for upcoming Maniapoto Māori Trust Board Triennial Elections are now OPEN. If you're interested in becoming a trustee or for more information, please see below details. Pursuant to Section 46 of the Māori Trust Boards Act 1955, the Board hereby calls for nominations for the election of SIX (6) members [...]

Hui Ā Tau 2021 – Agenda

Maniapoto Māori Trust Board & Maniapoto Fisheries Trust HUI Ā TAU 2021   E ngā kaumātua, e ngā rangatira, e ngā taitamariki, nau mai, huia mai rā! Hui te kura nui! Hui te kura roa! Hui ē, tāiki ē!   Te Rā:               Saturday 20th March 2021 Kei:       [...]

Kawenata Awards 2020 – Celebrating contribution and achievement

The Kawenata Awards is a prestigious event that celebrates contribution and achievement across all sectors of Te Nehenehenui. It is also the symbolic flagship of the 1904 Kawenata (Covenant) of Ngāti Maniapoto me ōna hapū maha inaugurated at the Māhoenui residence of Te Rangituataka Tākerei on Friday 1st January 1904. The awards are open to [...]

Te Kupenga o Maniapoto Limited – Independent Directors

Iwi asset holding company Commercial fisheries focus Contribute to the future of Maniapoto   Ngāti Maniapoto is a vibrant pre-settlement iwi based on the west coast of the Central North Island. Te Kupenga o Maniapoto Limited (Te Kupenga) is the commercial entity and asset holding company that governs the current commercial assets of Maniapoto Māori [...]

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