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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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Hui Tānguru | February Hui Tānguru | February
Poutūterangi | March Poutūterangi | March
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2 days ago

Ngāti Koata Trust

HE AITUĀ: Noel Robinson

He kapua manawa pōuri kei runga i a tātou. Kua mate a uncle Noel, tāne pūmau o aunty Maria (nee Hippolite), i te ata. Kei te kāinga ia mo te pō, kātahi ka nuku atu ki runga ki a Whakatū Marae apōpō. Ka nehu a te Rātū.

Uncle Noel passed away peacefully early this morning in his home. He will be brought onto the marae at 12pm Sunday afternoon. The nehu will be on Tuesday, church service at the LDS chapel at 11am

Kanokanoā nei mātou mōhou e te hoa taokete. Me moe i te rangimārie. Mā Te Runga Rawa koutou ko tō whānau e pani ana e manaaki e tiaki.

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7 days ago

Ngāti Koata Trust

HE KAI KEI AKU RINGA: Māori Enterprise Hui

Regionally focused business hui are being held around the country including Nelson!

Please register for this unique opportunity to learn more about available information and support in the Māori Economic Development space.

Saxton Oval Pavilion, 142 Saxton Road East, Stoke on Saturday, 17 Nov from 9am - 3pm

With the support of the Ministry of Business, Innovation & Employment, Ministry for Primary Industries and Te Puni Kōkiri, the programme for the day will focus on helping you to figure out your own economic and business development pathway. Anyone who has a great business idea or who is interested in Māori enterprise is encouraged to attend, including Māori Business networks, Māori landowners, iwi, hapū, whānau groups and rangatahi.

The hui includes an insight in to small business challenges and opportunities and we want to hear from you about your experiences as well. What can we do to help you to achieve your dream, and to make a difference in the lives of your whānau?
During the day there will also be plenty of opportunity to meet kanohi ki te kanohi to discuss capability and innovation pathways of support and partnership with Government and local business agencies and organisations. There will also be short introductions by government agencies on support and partnership for Māori enterprises. A copy of the final programme will be sent to you upon completion of your registration.

To register click here: mbie.wufoo.com/forms/psfx3650ab1gac/

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7 days ago

Ngāti Koata Trust


The 28th Māori Battalion D Company Te Tau Ihu o te Waka a Maui Charitable Society is to hold their Annual General Meeting on Saturday 17 November, 1pm at the Masonic Lodge, 107 Nile Street Nelson.

1. Receive previous minutes
2. Receive Chairman’s report
3. Election of Officers
4. Financial Report
5. General Business

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1 week ago

Ngāti Koata Trust

Applications Now Open

The MMIL is an applied, professional, and flexible programme led by Bentham Ohia, and Sacha McMeeking. This programme is dedicated to supporting the advancement of Māori and Indigenous self-determination.

Graduates will gain knowledge, skills and networks that will enable them to lead change, innovation and transformation within communities and organisations. This qualification is designed for people wanting to strengthen their ability to step into management and governance leadership roles with responsibilities for delivering on Māori aspirations within Iwi, Māori, government, community and private sector organisations.

The programme is specifically designed for mid-career Māori and is open to applicants who may not have an undergraduate degree but can demonstrate service to the Māori community. The MMIL can be completed while in full time employment, from anywhere in New Zealand over an 18-month period.

For more information please click on the following link: ngatikoata.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/11/MMIL-Applications.pdf

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2 weeks ago

Ngāti Koata Trust

REMINDER: Takahia te Whenua Logo Competition

Entries for this competition close on Monday 12 November. Please submit your designs to Ammon on ammon@ngatikoata.com or ring 03 548 1639.LOGO COMPETITION: Takahia te Whenua

*** win win win***

The Takahia te Whenua wānanga is approaching. Details will be released shortly. In the meantime, we need a logo/brand/label.

There is a $200 prize for the winning design.

The last Takahia te Whenua was based on Rangitoto, and the logo (pictured below) was designed by Manaaki Walker. It depicts Te Kawau a Toru, the shag that belonged to Kupe's daughter Toru and is immortalised in the reef at Te Aumiti.

The upcoming Takahia te Whenua wānanga will be based in the Croisilles Harbour. The design should take into account the local environment and/or pūrākau related to this takiwā.

Designs must be submitted to Ammon by Monday 12 November. Either email ammon@ngatikoata.com; post to PO Box 1659, Nelson 7010; or come up to the Trust office.

The winning design will be (blindly) chosen by a panel of kaumātua. The winning designer will then be notified.

Go on whānau... get designing! And send us the best designs you have!!!

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2 weeks ago

Ngāti Koata Trust


Tipu Ora are holding roadshows throughout Te Waipounamu to promote their Whānau Ora qualifications.

Go along to find out more about their programmes, the New Zealand Certificate in Whānau Ora Level 4 and the New Zealand Diploma in Whānau Ora Level 5; and meet the teaching staff.

The Nelson hui are to be held on Monday 5 November, 3pm - 4:30pm, and Tuesday 6 November, 9am - 11am.

Focusing on the growth and development of our people and whānau this learning journey is one for ALL.

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2 weeks ago

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2 weeks ago

Ngāti Koata Trust


We always love to hear about the successes of our people, and to share them with all our whānau!

Our congratulations and admiration go out to these two handsome young men on their achievements at the recent Hamilton Boys' High School 2018 Māori and Pasifika Awards.

Dion Keogh is the son of Nadia and Jack Keogh, and received the He Tohu Manaaki Award. He was also a finalist for the Leadership Awards - Senior.

Dion's brother Hohaia was also a finalist for the Academic Awards - Junior.

Manaaki Hemi is the son of Jojo and Motoko Hemi, and received The Good Samaritan Award. He was also a finalist for the Service Awards - Junior.

We are incredibly proud of our tamatāne and their accomplishments. He tama kaingārahu, he tama kairangatira. Mauri tū, mauri ora!

Photos courtesy of Hamilton Boys High School

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2 weeks ago

Queen in between. ...

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