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Ngāti Koata Trust Pānui

In this section you can read our our regular newsletters, Ka Rere Arorangi (the monthly Trust pānui) and Te Karere o Te Poari (pānui form our Board of Trustees). We will also post other news here that is of relevance and interest to Ngāti Koata uri. Below there is also a direct feed from our Facebook Page for those that do not have a Facebook account.

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2018

Ka Rere Arorangi

(Monthly Trust Pānui)

Te Karere o Te Poari

(Board Pānui)

Kohitātea | January I

Kohitātea | January II

Kohitātea | January
Hui Tānguru | February Hui Tānguru | February
Poutūterangi | March Poutūterangi | March I

Poutūterangi | March II

Paengawhāwhā | April I

Paengawhāwhā | April II

Paengawhāwhā | April
Haratua | May Haratua | May
Pipiri | June Pipiri | June
Hōngongoi | July Hōngongoi | July
Hereturikōkā | August Hereturikōkā | August
Mahuru | September Mahuru | September
Whiringa ā Nuku | October Whiringa ā Nuku | October
Whiringa ā Rangi | November Whiringa ā Rangi | November
Hakihea | December Hakihea | December
2017

Ngāti Koata Trust Monthly Pānui

Te Karere o Te Poari (Board Pānui)

Kohitātea | January Kohitātea | January
Hui Tānguru | February Hui Tānguru | February
Poutūterangi | March Poutūterangi | March
Paengawhāwhā | April Paengawhāwhā | April
Haratua | May Haratua | May
Pipiri | June I

Pipiri | June II

Pipiri | June
Hōngongoi | July Hōngongoi | July
Hereturikōkā | August Hereturikōkā | August
Mahuru | September Mahuru | September
Whiringa ā Nuku | October Whiringa ā Nuku | October
Whiringa ā Rangi | November Whiringa ā Rangi | November
Hakihea | December Hakihea | December

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6 days ago

Ngāti Koata Trust

WHAI MAHI: Gondola Project

There have been discussions around the possibility of building a gondola over Ngāti Koata land on Fringed Hill here in Whakatū. We could be looking for someone to record the history of the project as it develops; and someone who also has design and/or architectural experience. Whānau who have recently graduated are especially welcomed to register their potential interest.

If you fit the bill and this project excites you please email us on pa@ngatikoata.com.

Wepua e kare mā!
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2 weeks ago

Ngāti Koata Trust

WHAI MAHI: Kiri Nathan
An excellent opportunity for one of our budding fashionistas...KIRI NATHAN is accepting applications of interest for intern positions...

One on one with Kiri Nathan.

The KN label is developing several global projects during 2018 & 2019. We are looking for interns who have any of the following super powers 💪🏾administrative & communications abilities, fashion and manufacture skills, computer literacy and preferably a full drivers license. We need reliable interns that are available Thursdays and Fridays between 10am-3pm. The internship is unpaid work experience, mentorship.

You don't need to have degrees in any of the above requirements, we are looking for interns with the right heart, smarts and work ethic!

Nau mai, haere mai! please private message or email -
Info@kirinathan.com
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2 weeks ago

Ngāti Koata Trust

TIAKI TANGATA
One in four New Zealanders catches flu each year. Influenza, “the flu”, can be anywhere. It is easy to catch through coughs and sneezes. Influenza is much worse than a cold.

Some people are more likely to get very sick when they have the flu. They are young children, babies, pregnant women and older people. Also, people with some illnesses like asthma or diabetes.

Many people don’t know they have had the flu as they do not feel ill. But they can still pass it on and make other people very sick.

Having a flu shot helps your body protect itself from flu.

Flu shots are FREE for people 65 years old and over.
Flu shots are FREE for women who are pregnant.
Flu shots are FREE for anybody under 65 with diabetes, most heart or lung conditions and some other illnesses.
Flu shots are FREE for children under 5 who have had a stay in hospital for asthma or other breathing problems.

Ask your doctor or nurse about a flu shot today. It may be FREE for you. Encourage your whānau who can get a free flu shot to see their doctor or nurse.

Being fit and healthy won’t stop you getting the flu.
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