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!
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
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
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
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
Māori and Indigenous Development
Environmental Science or Environmental Planning i.e. Hydrology, Ecology, Earth Science or Resource Management.
Social Health, sport and human performance i.e. Papa Takaro, Health & Well-being
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
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.
Rotoiti 60 vs St Peters College 0
Rotoiti 26 vs Silverdale 0
Rotoiti 26 vs Methvale 17
Rotoiti 63 vs Brother Queensland 7
Rotoiti 21 vs Auckland Grammer 7
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
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: firstname.lastname@example.org 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
Ehara taku toa, i te toa taki tahi, Kātahi ko taku toa he toa taki tini ā Mākino.
Toitū te mana, Toitū te whenua, Toitū te Tangata, Toi tū te Mākinotanga