10 FEBRUARY 2018 WAKA TRIP, LAKE ATIAMURI Te Runanga o Ngati Kea Ngati Tuara Trust invites you to attend our waka trip for 2018. Joining us will be the youth from the First Nations Lummi People who originate from Canada, specifically Washington’s northernmost coast and southern British Columbia. Known as Lhaq’temish, the Lummi People celebrate life on the shores and waters of Puget Sound, and are...
Kia ora whanau, Following the Kapa Haka muster that was held on the 10th December 2017, it was decided that practices will start on Sunday the 14th January 2018 at 1pm at Taharangi Marae, Tarewa Road, Rotorua and will continue every Sunday until the Te Arawa Regionals on to the 2-3 March 2018. The dates and times are listed below: 14 January 2018 1pm –...
NAU MAI HAERE MAI KI TENEI HUI A IWI Saturday 14th October 2017 KEAROA MARAE – APIRANA ROAD – HOROHORO Te Runanga o Ngati Kea Ngati Tuara Trust invites you to attend the Te Runanga o Ngati Kea Ngati Tuara Trust and Te Paiaka Lands Trust AGM Hui-a-Iwi to be held at Kearoa Marae, Horohoro, Saturday the 14th of October 2017. Two Te Runanga o Ngati...
Variety of Work • Hapu Engagement •Office Administration Te Rūnanga o Ngāti Kea Ngāti Tuara Trust is the post treaty settlement governance entity for Ngāti Kea Ngāti Tuara, and our hapu rohe covers Horohoro and the Tarewa area with our Rūnanga office and one of our marae, Tarewa Marae both based on Tarewa Road. As a key member of a small close working team, this...
The Ngati Kea Ngati Tuara Education Grants are now open for the 2017 year, please make sure you have your application form submitted by 30 April 2017 and if you have any questions contact the Runanga Office. Follow the link below to our Education page to find out more information on our Education Grants.
NAU MAI HAERE MAI KI TENEI WANANGA 5th March 2017 KEAROA MARAE – APIRANA ROAD Tena koutou katoa, Te Runanga o Ngati Kea Ngati Tuara Trust invite you to attend our Awa to Maunga wananga and hikoi, at Kearoa Marae, Horohoro, on the 5th March 2017. This is the second of two TARIT funded wananga where we explore our relationship with the Waikato River. This wananga...
Ngati Kea Ngati Tuara has 18 Māori Reservations under its care. In the past we have had a set of Reserves trustees for each of these reserves, so we now have 18 sets of trustees, many of whom are now deceased. We are now proposing that the reserves be amalgamated and managed by one Reserves Trust to look after all these taonga for the enjoyment...