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Panui

Ngāti Mākino whakatau mai ra kia Panui me āna kōrero whakakata whakamārama whakahua anō hoki i nga kaupapa o te wa, tena tātau katoa. 

Welcome to panui featuring stories, feedback or updates on what’s happening in Ngāti Mākino....These are stories told by you, in your words, capturing you and our many flavours.

We are a part of the continuum that connects us to our tupuna and their rich legacy and this reminds us that our strength is collective and not individual. Inherent in this kaupapa is respect for and of each other caring for and of each other...Kia Mākino e!

Environmental/Cultural Monitoring Workshop


UPDATE Mākino Wānanga 26th September 2020


Tēnā tātou, ngā uri o Mākino,


Ka whakakāhorengia tō tātou wānanga a Mākino mō tēnei wikena nā te itinga o te rahi o te tini ki te honohono, ki te here ki tēnei kaupapa. 


The Mākino Wānanga to be held this weekend on the 26th of September has been cancelled due to low numbers registered.  


Nāku iti noa,


Ngāti Mākino Iwi Authority


Mākino Wānanga on 26 September & 31 October

Tēnā tātou, the wānanga will be held on the 26th of September and 31st of October from 10am-2pm online via ZOOM.  Please ensure that you click on the link provided so you can register online and join us on our live sessions.

REGISTER HERE 

Ngāti Mākino Iwi Authority

Updated at 5.14pm on 8 September 2020



Update regarding Koeke Hui today 7 September 2020

Morena all, on behalf of the Chair Te Ngaru Awhimate the Kōeke hui scheduled to take place today has been postponed until next month...more information to follow....

Hēoi anō

Muriwai

Ngāti Mākino Iwi Authority

Updated 11.15am on 7 September 2020


Update on Wananga

Tena Koutou e aku rangatira Koroua e aku rangatira Kuia otira e te iwi nui tonu koia tenei ka mihi ake. Due to Covid 19 and the announcement today by the Prime-minister that Aotearoa will remain at level 2 for another twelve days and the need to enforce social distancing we are postponing the wānanga scheduled for September 12. 

However we will shift the wānanga to online and instead of one long day we will do the wānanga as two four hour sessions ( 2x 4hour sessions with 3x 15minute breaks) on two different days. We will put up more information and registration on Monday 7 Sept.

Take care Whānau arohanui 

Matau o Te Tari

Ngāti Mākino Iwi Authority

Updated 4.30pm on 4 September 2020










COVID-19 Update as at 1.00pm on 12 August 2020

Kia ora e te whānau,

A quick update following the Prime Minister’s press conference just now.

A whānau in Auckland tested positive for COVID-19 – four of the family have now tested positive. They are not connected to overseas travel or the managed isolation or quarantine sites and this is considered community transmission.

As a result, Auckland has moved to Level 3 at midday today until midnight on Friday night. You can refresh you memory about the Alert Levels here ➡️ https://bit.ly/33WpBmh

The rest of Aotearoa – including the Te Arawa rohe – has moved to Level 2 at midday today until midnight on Friday night.

❗️Two of the positive cases (an adult and a toddler) visited Rotorua last weekend. We are seeking urgent information about their movements while in the rohe and we will provide updates as soon as possible.

Regardless, it is critical that we all take appropriate precautions to keep ourselves, our whānau and our community safe.

    Wash your hands regularly with soap and water for 20 seconds

    Use alcohol based hand sanitiser

    Keep track of where you have been and who you have seen by downloading the contact tracing app – you can now add in manual details if the place you go doesn’t have a QR code

    Stay at home if you are sick. Don’t go to work or school. Don’t socialise.

    Get tested if you have any symptoms – there will be a second testing site in Rotorua soon

    Wear face masks if you are in public places like supermarkets or on public transport

Keep your distance from other people in public

    Take appropriate measures on marae – you may wish to consider postponing any planned hui in the next few days

It is really important that we are all fully informed and well prepared, but please don’t panic whānau Be kind and look after one another – he waka eke noa.

Thank you to Te Arawa COVID-19 for the regular updates. To keep up to date with Te Arawa COVID-19 whanau please like and follow their page as well

https://www.facebook.com/TeArawaCOVID19





Thursday Te Reo Classes (Kanohi ki te kanohi)

REGISTRATIONS STILL OPEN

Thursday Te Reo Classes are underway and we are due to have our second class this Thursday. A slight change to the hours which are now 5.30pm - 7.30pm in Rotorua.

We still have spaces available!

Kanohi ki te kanohi classes

Updated on 11 August 2020

at 4.20pm


Thursday Te Reo Classes (Kanohi ki te kanohi)

REGISTRATIONS OPEN

We are opening registrations for a kanohi ki te kanohi class (Beginner Level) located in ROTORUA. Click on the link to register for these classes, be quick as the first class starts 6 August 6.00pm

Register for kanohi ki te kanohi classes


Monday Online Te Reo Classes - REGISTRATIONS NOW CLOSED

Kia ora koutou,

Registrations for our Monday Online Te Reo Classes are NOW CLOSED. Our Thursday Online Te Reo Classes (Advanced) still have spaces for registrations, if you would like to register for the Advanced Classes click on register now. 

REGISTER FOR ADVANCED CLASSES

Ngāti Mākino Iwi Authority

5 August 2020 at 9.35am



Online Te Reo Classes - Beginner & Advanced

We are excited to launch 2 more online Te Reo Classes Beginner and Advanced. All you need to do to register is click on the buttons below and complete the registration forms. 

Ngati Makino Iwi Authority

Saturday 1 August 2020 




Settlement Dinner hei te wa o Matariki 

Only 3 Days to go until we celebrate our Settlement Dinner hei te wa o Matariki on 11 July @ Otamarakau Marae from 2.00pm.

Sadly we are now closing registrations for this event as we have now reached the registration limit.

We look forward to seeing you all there.

As we approach Matariki with much anticipation and hope, we reflect and acknowledge the great work carried out by our kaumatua and kuia. Ngāti Mākino Iwi Authority are holding a dinner in their honour while celebrating the emergence of Matariki.

Tīraha mai rā kei ngā whetu hei tohu maumaharatanga ki a rātou kua wheturangitia, kia titiro whakamua kei ngā whetu kei tua o te pae hei oranga mō te katoa



Ngāti Mākino Iwi Authority

8 July 2020 at 1.00pm

Online Te Reo Class - UPDATE

We would like to thank those who registered to participate in the Online Te Reo Classes.

Now that registrations have closed, our Pouako (Tutor) and Assistant will contact you over the next two days to organise a one to one 15 minute session via ZOOM before any classes officially begin.

The purpose of the one to one session is;

  1. To introduce your Pouako and his Assistant to each student
  2. For the Pouako to assess your level of speaking and understanding of Te Reo Māori
  3. For the Pouako to determine which class is suitable to your learning needs
  4. For the Pouako or Assistant to provide you with a brief outline of the online tools that need to be downloaded prior to the first class;

Once the one on one sessions have been completed, the Assistant will confirm the following details via email to both your personal email and new email;

    • Date  and time of class (scheduled by Assistant in advance)
    • Level of learning (Beginner or Intermediate)
    • Your username and password for Google Suite
Ngati Makino Iwi Authority 
1 July 2020 at  5.32pm

Online Te Reo Class Registrations - CLOSED

Due to the high number of registrations received (52 in total) for our Online Te Reo Classes we have now closed registrations.

If we are able to negotiate more teaching capacity for these Online Te Reo Classes we will reopen registrations at a later date and welcome you to apply if you missed out.

Ngati Mākino Iwi Authority

1 July 2020 at 12.00pm




Click here to register for the Settlement Dinner & Matariki Celebration





Kua whakarewatia te waka o Te Reo Māori mā te ipurangi mai i te Hiku o Te Hika tae ake kei ngā pitopito o te motu nō reira ngā uri o Mākino nau mai, piki mai ki tēnei o ngā kaupapa whakahirahira e ako ai, e kōrero ai, e whangai ai i tō tātou reo rangatira! 

Ngāti Mākino Iwi Authority is offering an opportunity for all our registered members to learn Te Reo Māori online! The programme will begin from 1 July 2020 to 14 December 2020. This programme comes at no cost therefore all you need is your own device preferably a Chromebook, iPad, Laptop or PC and a reliable internet connection.  

Click here to register for the online Te Reo Classes. Registrations will be open from 22 June 2020 to 12 July 2020.


To register your attendance to the Matariki Celebration and Settlement Dinner click here






firewood subsidy available for registered

iwi members

As a response to COVID-19 Ngāti Makino Iwi Authority will be subsiding 2 cubic meters of firewood for our registered iwi members within the Bay of Plenty. This subsidy will be available from 12 May 2020  to 9 June 2020. 

Click here to complete your Firewood Subsidy Application and a staff member will make contact with you.

The eligibility criteria is;

  • You must be a registered member with Ngāti Makino Iwi Authority. If you haven't registered please register at www.ngatimakino.co.nz/register
  • You must be between 18 - 64 years of age to apply
  • You must be residing within the Bay of Plenty, New Zealand
  • You must apply for the Firewood Subsidy using this online application form
  • Only one delivery per household
  • The subsidy amount is $100.00 only
  • You can only receive this subsidy once
  • We will organise payment of the subsidy with the firewood merchant directly. You will need to ensure that the remaining amount ($100.00) due for the firewood is paid by you.
  • If you are applying for your home in Rotorua, your fireplace must be compliant with the Solid Fuel Burner Regulations for Rotorua

We hope that you and your whanau are keeping safe and warm during lockdown.

Ngāti Makino Iwi Authority


otamarakau pahi tahi mobile covid-19 clinic

Ngati Makino Iwi Authority with support from Otamarakau School and the Otamarakau Marae Trustees will be welcoming a Kaupapa Māori Community Based Assessment Clinic back into our community – Pahi Tahi will have a doctor, a nurse, and Kaiāwhina who will work with us to help whānau who need to be assessed for COVID-19 and provide support to get you through Alert level 4.

If you, or someone in your whānau have a runny nose, sore throat, cough, shortness of breath or fever then come and see the Pahi Tahi team.

If your child has a sore throat please bring them down to be seen by the Doctor or contact your GP.

This is a drive through service so come in your carwith people from your bubble only.

Pahi Tahi will be at Otamarakau School this Friday from 10am-2pm

For the latest updates on COVID-19 visit www.health.govt.nz/coronavirus









OTAMARAKAU PAHI TAHI MOBILE COVID-19 CLINIC

Ngati Makino Iwi Authority with support from Otamarakau School, Maketu Hauora and Poutiri Trust will be welcoming a Kaupapa Māori Community Based Assessment Clinic to our community – Pahi Tahi will have a doctor, a nurse, and Kaiāwhina who will work with us to help whānau who need to be assessed for COVID-19 and provide support to get you through Alert level 4.

If you, or someone in your whānau have a runny nose, sore throat, cough, shortness of breath or fever then come and see the Pahi Tahi team.

This is a drive through service so come in your car, with people from your bubble only.

Pahi Tahi will be at Otamarakau School this Monday (20th April 2020) from 10am-2pm

For the latest updates on COVID-19 visit www.health.govt.nz/coronavirus

Mā tatou katoa ka ārai atu i te COVID-19







Kia ora koutou,

Please see below a link to a survey which has been developed to enable us to get a better understanding of where our people are located across the Te Arawa rohe and what their needs might be – for example, kai, transport, medical support etc. This has specifically been designed for Te Arawa whānau who are currently living in the Otamarakau, Rotorua, Maketu, Te Puke etc area only, as unfortunately we are unable to cross geographic boundaries to provide support during the COVID-19 Lockdown. 

This information will be held securely by the Te Arawa Hub for the purposes of our COVID-19 response.


https://arcg.is/XeOif


Ngāti Mākino Iwi Authority

Phone: 07 348 3599

Email: Admin@ngatimakino.co.nz 



E ngā reo, e ngā mana , e rongo ai tātou i ngā pitopito kōrero ō tēnā rangatira, ō tēnā mātanga ki tēneki o ngā tūmomo mate, arā te urutā e pā kino ana te tini me te mano puta noa i te ao.  Ka pānekeneke nei ō tātou pātuwatawata, ngā pā harakeke o te kāinga, nō reira me noho tūturu ki rō whare, hei oranga mō te katoa.

COVID-19 Level 4 Alert in its second week provides messages of heartiness and positivity from our Ngāti Mākino Iwi. These include korero encouraging whanau to stay safe and be well in their bubbles/home, tips for shopping and engaging in a daily dose of exercise whilst breathing in the fresh air. These are great to hear and see during the COVID-19 pandemic rāhui!

There remains plenty to do. Here is an update of coordinated efforts of the Board and Staff in collaboration with the Te Arawa COVID-19 Response Forum and Te Arawa Whanau Ora during the pandemic in the past 7 days.

“Nōku te rourou, Nōu te rourou, ka ora ai te Iwi”

  • Kaumatua calls focused on their welfare checks and confirming contact details.
  • Delivering hygiene and/or food packs.  Please note these are limited and distribution is given to groups of most in need, the first being kaumatua. We are anticipating two more deliveries across the coming weeks. 
  •  Regular updates of COVID-19 on our website panui and Facebook. 
  •  Firewood deliveries to those kaumatua who require it and meet the council obligations for fireplaces.
  •  Kaumatua grants will be processed earlier so that our registered Kaumatua will have their grants during this time.

If you are in need of urgent assistance and support please contact Cintina on 0272359345. There are many government agencies that are providing assistance, we do implore that you try those avenues first. 

To help us, to connect with you, we do encourage you to update your online details, and/or register by using the  following link www.ngatimakino.co.nz/register or ring Cintina.

We, the Board, also salute our staff and all Essential workers for their time and efforts during the COVID-19 rahui.   


Whakapūpūtia ō mānuka, kia kore ai e whati

Collectively working together for each other





Kia hiwa rā, Kia hiwa rā!!  

Ngāti Mākino Iwi Authority supports the Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern’s recent COVID-19 announcement that we have moved to Alert Level 3 and at midnight on Wednesday 25 March the country will be at Alert Level 4. 

We, the Ngāti Mākino Iwi Authority Board and staff, have been working with many others (Iwi, Maori, non-government and government agencies) to develop a coordinated COVID-19 approach to address the safety and well-being of our pākeke and, whānui.

To do this effectively and efficiently we ask for your patience and, when our staff members contact you please provide them with information that we can refer you to for further awhi/help and tautoko/support aligned with the COVID-19 response approach.  

For any urgent administrative queries can you please use the following contact details:

cintina@ngatimakino.co.nz

0272359345 

If you are experiencing COVID-19 symptoms, please Call your GP before you visit. Or call Healthline on 0800 358 5453.

The best advice to slow the spread of the virus is to:

  • To keep your distance from people
  • Stay at home and only go out if you need to.
  • Wash your hands with soap for 20 seconds
  • Sneeze into the inside of your elbow.

We encourage you to stay safe and follow all guidance from the government: https://covid19.govt.nz/help-and-advice

We will also make regular announcements to update you via our website and Facebook.

Ehara taku toa I te toa takitahi, I te toa takitini a Makino, Toitū te mana, Toitū te whenua, Toitū te tangata, Toitū ā Mākinotanga!

Nga mihinui


Laurance Tamati

Chairperson

Ngāti Mākino Iwi Authority

Phone: 027 616 7212







WANANGA ON 21 MARCH 2020 - POSTPONED

E aku rahi, e aku tini, he pānui matua tēnei mā tātou e hikaka ana, e ngakau nui ana kia tae ake ki tō tātou wānanga a tēnei hātarei e tū mai nei.  Nā te whakatau o Ngāti Mākino Iwi Authority e whakaruruhau ai e haumaru ai i o tātou kaumatua kuia nā tēnei tumomo mate ka whakatārewa ai te wānanga. Ko tō tātou arotake matua, kia manaaki, kia tiaki i ō tātou whānau, hapū, iwi hoki.

Ngāti Mākino Iwi Authority would like to advise that this weekend’s wānanga has been postponed due to the growing concerns regarding the COVID-19 (Corona Virus) that could potentially affect our most vulnerable, this includes our kaumatua and kuia.  Our main focus is to keep our people safe and healthy at all times especially when we come together as a whānau, hapū and iwi. We will advise when a new date will be scheduled. 

Kia noho ora mai tātou i raro i te manaakitanga o te wāhi ngaro.


Ngāti Mākino Iwi Authority


 



KO AU KO MĀKINO, KO MĀKINO KO AU


Ngāti Mākino Iwi Authority will be holding a Wānanga (1 of 3) on 21 March 2020 from 9.00am at Pukehina Marae (1903 State Highway 2, Pukehina. 


BACKGROUND

Our SEED Community Roadmap has been up and running since 2016 and in this time significant steps have been made to meet the overall needs of our whānau, hapū and iwi. Ngāti Mākino Iwi Authority will be providing an overview of these events and new initiatives to take us forward beyond 2020.

In the afternoon, we will be learning about our whakapapa connection to Mākino and the attributes and skills our ancestress possessed in looking after her people and the places she occupied.

This is an opportunity for you to learn about your connection to Mākino!

To register for this Wānanga you need to be a registered iwi member with Ngāti Mākino Iwi Authority.

Click here to register for this Wānanga.

Ngāti Mākino Iwi Authority


Kia hiwa ra Kia hiwa ra!

He ika hui rua kua tau ki runga ia Tawakemoetahanga ia Waitaha a Hei, Haere ra e Wharekawa korua ko Arumia e tangi nei o korua
hapū e mōteatea ana i to kōrua hinganga haere e moe, a , moe mai ra korua i te rangatiratanga o te mate 
Tihei Mauri Ora!

The Ngāti Mākino Iwi Authority Whānau Health and Seed Wānanga Day is Cancelled. We join with Ngāti Whakahemo and all Ngāti Mākino in supporting the families of Wharekawa Raihi and Arumia Takuira as they prepare to mourn their mate.

Kia tau ra nga manaakitanga o te wāhi ngaro kia tatau katoa. Mauri Ora!

Updated on Wednesday 5th February 2020



Opportunity to work in the Taiao (environmental) space.....

The Department of Conservation are looking to provide 20 Tauira with an opportunity to undertake tertiary study and be employed on a 2 year fixed term contract with the expectation of permanent employment at the conclusion. 

See below for more.... Click here for a PDF Version




GRANTS ROUND OPEN FOR 2020


Apply now for the following grants online;

Kaumatua Grant

Tertiary Grant

Discretionary Grant & Hauora Grant


Te Arawa Fisheries Scholarship Applications now open for the Te Arawa 500

2020 Scholarship program




Ngāti Mākino iwi Authority


Grants Round 2020

kaumatua & TERTIARY GRANTS

Opening Date - 6 January 2020

Closing Date - 15 May 2020


Discretionary Grant & Hauora Grant

Opening Date - 6 January 2020
Closing Date - 11 December 2020

     

Notice of the Group Annual General Meeting


Ngāti Mākino Iwi Authority Internship Programme 2019


Tēnā koutou,

We are currently seeking applications for Ngāti Mākino Iwi Authority internship programme. We have three internships available over the summer period to be based at our office on Level 1 at the GHA Centre in Rotorua. Interns will be paid a student stipend of $6000.00 with the programme running for ten weeks between November 2019 and February 2020. Our internships are aimed at developing whanau/hapū and iwi, while supporting Ngāti Mākino in its endeavour to connect our people within our Iwi management space. 

Internship available to descendants of Ngāti Mākino specialising in the fields of

  1. Māori and Indigenous Development

  2. Environmental Science or Environmental Planning i.e. Hydrology, Ecology, Earth Science or Resource Management. 

  3. Social Health, sport and human performance i.e. Papa Takaro, Health & Well-being

  4. Computer Science i.e. ArcGIS, Social platform

We’re looking for people who have a desire to grow their skills, and use them to enhance whanau, hapū and iwi. You must be hard-working, organised, a good communicator, and able to speak to a wide range of audiences. You will be working with a team who are passionate about building capacity in a range of disciplines, so having an open mind and the ability to cross-over multiple tasks is a must.

While we are looking for a broad range of skills we will consider all applicants.  Please note that the internship does not cover accommodation expenses.

Applications must be received by 5pm on 30 October 2019 

Click here to apply, or if you have further questions please contact admin@ngatimakino.co.nz  


ROTOITI - First Division Champion Cup Winners for Queenstown 2019

All the efforts and preparation to finally arrive in Queenstown paid off. To see the kids' faces being at an airport, to watching them go through the process of checking out, from lift-off to being in a place outside their comfort zones was heart-warming. We farewelled two of our Bay of Plenty reps before the starting of the tournament with a hearty haka that left a few tears from our boys to see their brothers leave, so we played for them.

To know we had the support of our families, friends, organisations and Iwi trusts was a bonus. We had many compliments from Air New Zealand attendants, people from all walks of life, on how the kids carried themselves in public with politeness and respect. We represented the club and our sponsors with pride and respect which flowed through our entire tour.

We can't thank you enough for the support.

First division Champion Cup Winners for Queenstown 2019.

Pool Games

Rotoiti 60 vs St Peters College 0

Rotoiti 26 vs Silverdale 0

Rotoiti 26 vs Methvale 17

Semi-Final

Rotoiti 63 vs Brother Queensland 7

Final

Rotoiti 21 vs Auckland Grammer 7


MSc Opportunity

NIWA are seeking a high calibre graduate student with demonstrated skills in written and oral communication and strong self-motivation to work.

The student will be co-supervised by Dr Paul Franklin (NIWA), Dr Eleanor Gee (NIWA) and Professor Brendan Hicks (University of Waikato).

The Scholarship is for study at the University of Waikato and consists of a NZ $17,500 student stipend in the thesis year only to cover course fees and living expenses.

Start time for the thesis component of the work is July 2020

Applications close 31 October 2019. Click here for more information


Opportunity for employment with Sanford

For the opportunity to be part of New Zealand’s largest and most diverse seafood company who is on a journey to become “The best seafood company in the world”, send your application to us at: careers@sanford.co.nz or contact James Thian on 027 286 8909

Applicants for these positions need to be either NZ citizens or NZ residents click here for more information

  • 22 Jan 2019 9:41 AM | Anonymous

    Tena koutou katoa,

    The Ngāti Mākino Heritage Trust Annual Grants round is now open.  Apply for your Tertiary, Marae, Hauora & Discretionary grants today.  Kaumatua who are applying for the first time can apply online.  Kaumatua who have received a grant in the past can expect a letter shortly to confirm their details are still correct. This letter must be signed and returned by the applications closing date of 29th March 2019. 

    Apply today by logging in to your Ngati Makino profile on our website and navigating to grants and distributions. Online and paper-based application forms can also be downloaded from our website.  Alternatively, feel free to contact our office on 07 5733370 for more information.  

    Nga mihi, 

    Ngāti Mākino Heritage Trust

  • 21 Jan 2019 11:14 AM | Anonymous

    Tēnā koutou members of Ngāti Whakaue, Waitaha, Tapuika, Rangiwewehi, Mākino, Papahikahawai Trustees and Tunohopu

    Appointment for your calendars for:

    • Site walkover and project update
    • Discussion on Tangata Whenua Collaboration Plan opportunities

    There are a number of opportunities that were identified in the Plan that we would like to discuss:

    • Pouwhenua: what and possible locations need to be considered so they can be prioritised for budgeting purposes
    • Wetland restoration: we have a proposed planting plan for consideration
    • Sites of significance: as appropriate, sites are to be identified so they can be acknowledged in an appropriate manner
    • Interpretation: throughout the project area there is an opportunity to tell pakiwaitara
    • Mural:  this is a new opportunity we want to raise. There is a control building to be constructed for the equipment that will operate the culvert gates. There is an opportunity to paint the sides of the building with a mural (or similar) instead of just green paint
  • 21 Dec 2018 2:10 PM | Anonymous

    Tena koe,

    As 2018 comes to an end we want to leave you with our final Pānui for the year that reflects on some of the things we've done this year and highlights many of our upcoming events in the New Year.  

    The team at Ngati Makino Iwi Authority want to wish you all a very Merry Christmas and a Safe and Happy New Year where ever you may be.

    All the best for 2019!

    Download our PĀNUI Hakihea - Dec 2018.pdf

    Nga mihi

    The team at NMIA

  • 22 Nov 2018 9:44 AM | Anonymous

    Kia ora Whanau,

    Please be advised a bus is being provided for our Koeke to attend the Te Arawa Lakes Trust AGM on Sunday 9th December 2018 at Owhata Marae commencing 10am.

    Bus Pick up times / departure times

    7.30am           Otamarākau Hall

    8.00am           Pukehina Marae

    8.30am           Paengaroa Carpark

    9.00am           Mourea Old Fish and Chip Shop

    9.30am           Arrive Owhata marae

    A kai will be provided following the hui.  

    After kai the bus will return to Otamarakau Marae making drop offs along the way.

    Any questions please contact the office 07 5733370.

  • 20 Nov 2018 3:32 PM | Anonymous

    Kia ora whanau,

    Just a reminder that the Ngāti Mākino Iwi Authority Group Annual General Meeting is scheduled for this Saturday 24th November 2018.

    NGĀTI MĀKINO IWI AUTHORITY GROUP
    NOTICE OF ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING

    NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Annual General Meeting of the Ngāti Mākino Iwi Authority will be held at Otamarākau Marae on Saturday 24th November 2018 at 10am.

    AGENDA   

    1.              Apologies                                                                                                       

    2.              Minutes & Matters Arising

    3.              Ngāti Mākino Group Annual Report for the Financial Year Ended 30 June 2018:

    a.     Chairman’s Report

    b.     Operations Report

    c.     Summary of the Audited Consolidated Group Financial Statements

    4.              Announce newly elected Trustees

    5.              Appointment of Auditor Recommendation

    6.              Trustee Remuneration Recommendation

    Nā,

    Laurance Tamati

    Chairperson

    Note:

    a.     A copy of this notice has been posted to Iwi members registered on the Ngāti Mākino Iwi Register with known addresses
    b.     Any other general business raised at the meeting will be undertaken at the discretion of the Chairperson.
    c.     A copy of the annual report will be posted on the Ngāti Mākino website www.ngātimakino.co.nz on Tuesday 20th November 2018 and hard copies will be available at the AGM.

    d.     The meeting will conclude at 12.30pm followed by kai. 

  • 30 Oct 2018 12:46 PM | Anonymous

                                                                                                 

    Tēnā koe e te Rangatira.

    From an initial hui held on Friday 24 August at the Western BoP District Council office hui we have developed three Mauri Monitoring survey questions that we wish to use as a basis for a conversation with members of iwi groups involved in the Kaituna River Re-diversion project, including individuals who wish to be involved in the Mauri Monitoring online survey.

    We would like to ask you to respond to the following three open-ended questions:

    Question 1: What are your views about the mauri of the Kaituna River, Te Awa o Ngātoroirangi and the Maketu Estuary?

    Question 2: What specific areas and activities are significant to your mauri within the Kaituna Re-diversion area?

    Question 3: What are the likely impacts on your mauri and the mauri of the Kaituna River, Te Awa o Ngātoroirangi and the Maketu Estuary over time?

    To enable us to gather as wide a response as possible to these questions, we would like to:

    EITHER

    • 1.     Talk to you individually. To do that, please respond to this email with a suggested time and place to talk to you.

    AND/OR

    • 2.     Meet you with iwi representatives to discuss the questions. We would like this to take place before the last week of November if possible. We can attend a hui already planned or support a hui specifically for this purpose.

    In both instances we would, of course, like listen to and record the conversations, which will enable us to proceed with establishing the baseline Mauri Monitoring Indicators

    OR

    • 3.     Invite you to answer the three questions via the on-line survey link: https://goo.gl/forms/o6cmEztVh5Hzk4Xh1
    • Please note that are the three questions are the same as the above but framed more tightly to enable better analysis.

    Please address all responses to:

    Te Atarangi Sayers         ta.sayers@gmail.com

    Paora Howe                  paorahowe@slingshot.co.nz

    Ngā mihi nui,

    Paora and Te Atarangi

    On behalf of the BoP Regional Council and Iwi involved in the Kaituna River rediversion - Ngā Awa o Ngātoroirangi and the Maketu Estuary.


  • 12 Oct 2018 11:00 AM | Anonymous


    Ngāti Mākino Iwi Authority 

    Nominated Candidates for 2018 Trustee Election 

    Notice is hereby given that the following persons have been nominated as candidates in the 2018 Trustee Election. 

    Awhi Awhimate, Tamihana James Coxhead, Stewart Tawhairiri Ngatai and Dr. Margaret Hinepo Williams 

    All registered adult (i.e. persons aged 18 years and over) members of Ngāti Mākino Iwi Authority have been mailed a Voting Pack. 

    The Voting Pack includes profile statements of the nominated candidates, a Ballot Paper for voting and a FreePost return envelope. 

    Ballot Papers must be completed and signed by the member whose name is on the Ballot Paper. 

    Members registered online will be eligible for electronic online voting and details of this are included in the Voting Pack. 

    Members can return their completed Ballot Paper using the FreePost envelope or put their Ballot Paper in the voting Ballot Box, located on Level 1, GHA Centre, 1108 Fenton St, Rotorua. 

    Members can vote for no more than three candidates. 

    Voting closes at 5pm on Thursday 15 November. 

    Voting and Election results will be posted on the Ngāti Mākino Iwi Authority website and notified at the AGM on 24 November at Ōtamarākau Marae. Results will also be published in local newspapers. 

    For additional Ballot Papers or any enquiries please contact the Returning Officer, Rachel Hoffman at GHA, 1108 Fenton Street, Rotorua ph (07) 348 3599 email rachel@gha.co.nz 


  • 10 Oct 2018 1:23 PM | Anonymous


    NGĀTI MĀKINO IWI AUTHORITY GROUP
    NOTICE OF ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING

    NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Annual General Meeting of the Ngāti Mākino Iwi Authority will be held at Otamarākau Marae on Saturday 24th November 2018 at 10am.

    AGENDA   

    1.              Apologies                                                                                                       

    2.              Minutes & Matters Arising

    3.              Ngāti Mākino Group Annual Report for the Financial Year Ended 30 June 2018:

    a.     Chairman’s Report

    b.     Operations Report

    c.     Summary of the Audited Consolidated Group Financial Statements

    4.              Announce newly elected Trustees

    5.              Appointment of Auditor Recommendation

    6.              Trustee Remuneration Recommendation

    Nā,

    Laurance Tamati

    Chairperson

    Note:

    a.     A copy of this notice has been posted to Iwi members registered on the Ngāti Mākino Iwi Register with known addresses
    b.     Any other general business raised at the meeting will be undertaken at the discretion of the Chairperson.
    c.     A copy of the annual report will be posted on the Ngāti Mākino website www.ngātimakino.co.nz on Tuesday 20th November 2018 and hard copies will be available at the AGM.

    d.     The meeting will conclude at 12.30pm followed by kai.

  • 13 Sep 2018 9:28 AM | Anonymous


    Ngāti Makino lwi Authority 

    Nominations for the Election for Trustees 

    NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the term of office of three (3) trustees, Edith Sykes, Stewart Ngatai and Awhi Awhimate expires on Saturday 24 November 2018. 

    Nominations are called for the three (3) trustee positions being vacated and must be made on the Nomination Form available from the Returning Officer: 

    Level 1 GHA Centre
    1108 Fenton Street
    P.O. Box 1712 ROTORUA
    Phone 07 348 3599
    rachel@gha.co.nz 

    The nomination form may also be accessed from the Ngāti Makino lwi Authority website www.ngatimakino.co.nz 

    The Nomination Form is to be completed by the Nominee and countersigned by three Adult Registered Members of the lwi Authority. Nominations will close at 3:00pm on Thursday 4 October 2018. 

    Candidates are required to provide a brief curriculum vitae detailing their experience relevant to the role of trustee of the lwi Authority. 

    For the purposes of this election the iwi register will be closed at 3:00pm, Thursday 4 October 2018. To be eligible to nominate, be a nominee or vote in the election you must be registered by Thursday 4 October 2018. Only Adult Members of Ngāti Makino shown on the Ngāti Makino iwi register will be eligible to vote. 

    Board of Trustees

  • 7 Sep 2018 3:10 PM | Anonymous
    Kia ora Whanau,


    Please see attached your September update.

    PĀNUI Mahuru 2018.pdf

    We will endeavour to bring you regular updates in order to keep you informed of whats happening within our Iwi, on our marae and in our rohe.  If you have any material to share please feel free to contact our office.  

    Nga mihi, 

    Ngāti Mākino Iwi Authority

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