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Maniapoto Māori Trust Board CEO pursues further opportunities

Today marks the last day at the Maniapoto Maori Trust Board (MMTB) for Chief Executive, Cadence Kaumoana who has resigned to pursue opportunities in the education sector. Ms. Kaumoana shares her time at MMTB as one of her most rewarding roles in serving the interests of her tribe. "It has been an honour and privilege [...]

Maniapoto sign Deed of Settlement with the Crown

Today marks a significant milestone between Maniapoto and the Crown; the signing of the Deed of Settlement (DOS), a process that has taken over 30 years to complete. “It has been a long journey for our people to reach the point to where we are today” says Maniapoto Māori Trust Board (MMTB) Chair, Keith Ikin. [...]

Te Nehenehenui Trust appoint new roles

Chairman of the Maniapoto Māori Trust Board (MMTB), Keith Ikin, has confirmed the appointment of Bella Takiari-Brame as Chair and Kruger Wetere as Deputy Chair of the Establishment Board for the post settlement governance entity, Te Nehenehenui Trust (Te Nehenehenui).   In anticipation of the Ministers’ decision regarding the signing of the Maniapoto Deed of [...]

Maniapoto Treaty Settlement ratified

On Monday 27th September, the Minister for Treaty of Waitangi Negotiations (Minister Little) and Minister for Māori Development (Minister Jackson) advised that the Maniapoto Treaty Settlement ratification results demonstrated sufficient support from our people to enter into settlement with the Crown. “We are satisfied the ratification process was carried out in a robust manner and [...]

Media Statement – Maniapoto Treaty Settlement Ratification results confirmed

On Wednesday 25th August, the Maniapoto Māori Trust Board (MMTB) received confirmation of ratification results for the Maniapoto Treaty Settlement and proposed Post Settlement Governance Entity. All whānau who whakapapa within Te Nehenehenui aged 18 and over, were asked to vote on three resolutions pertaining to their support for the Maniapoto Deed of Settlement (DOS) [...]

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