To securely manage communications and the data of iwi members we have recently moved to a new platform called YourIwi. We are committed to keeping members informed and by using this platform we can communicate important information including Ngāti Kea Ngāti Tuara activities and events, hui, wānanga, education grants and Covid 19 support.
What is YourIwi?
YourIwi is an online platform that allows us to connect with members and store member data in a secure way.
As many of our members are located all over the world, we want to make it easy for you to connect with us. YourIwi allows you to send private messages directly to Ngāti Kea Ngāti Tuara and we have the ability to reply directly as well.
In addition, YourIwi allows you to connect with your iwi and hapū groups in one place. If you are registered with other iwi such as Ngāti Mākino, Ngāti Rangitihi, Te Ātiawa, Ngāti Pukenga you’ll be able to stay updated, connect, and communicate with all your iwi from one single platform.
Are you registered with Ngāti Kea Ngāti Tuara?
If you’re registered and we have your email address on file, you’ll receive an email from YourIwi providing your login details to set up your personal profile.
- If you’re registered however we do not have your email address on file, you’ll receive a phone call requesting an email address OR you’ll receive an information pack in the post with your member ID, password, and instructions to register and setup your personal profile.
Already have an account with YourIwi?
- Login to your existing YourIwi account
- Click on ‘Home’
- On the left-hand menu click ‘Register’
- Ngāti Kea Ngāti Tuara will appear in the list of iwi to choose from
- Click ‘register’
Not yet registered with Ngāti Kea Ngāti Tuara?
We encourage you to become a member. As a member you can:
- Keep up to date with Ngāti Kea Ngāti Tuara activities and events
- Apply for tertiary education grants
- Vote in the trustee elections
- Access YourIwi: update your contact details, communicate directly with us, register your tamariki (under 18years old) and access pānui