Ngāti Rehua-Ngātiwai ki Aotea Trust: Letter to Ministers – AOTEA & COVID19 Risks
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Ngāti Rehua Ngātiwai ki Aotea Trust – 2021 Trustee Election
WITHDRAWAL OF CANDIDATE NOMINATION
Since the distribution of voting documents, the nomination of SHELLY DAVIS has been withdrawn. (Public notice)
Any votes cast for this candidate will not be counted
We are taking registrations now.
Your application will then go on to Election Services who have been selected by Ngāti Rehua Ngātiwai ki Aotea Trust interim trustees to receive and record hapū membership applications. Once received and collated, the applications will be distributed to the Combined Kaumātua Validation Committee. They will continue to collate membership applications in the lead up to conducting a successful trustee election process.
To apply for registration:
1. In hard copy – download and print the registration form here
2. Online – fill out and submit the online registration form here
If you would like a registration form sent out to you, please contact Election Services on 09 973 5212 or 0800 922 822.
Ka tangi Tūkaiāia ki te moana e haere ana a Ngātiwai ki uta.
Ka tangi Tūkaiāia ki uta e haere ana a Ngātiwai ki te moana.
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Ngāti Rehua affiliates to Ngāti Wai. Aotea, also known as Great Barrier Island, is the ancestral land of Ngāti Rehua Ngātiwai ki Aotea. We are the tangata whenua and mana whenua of Aotea; Hauturu-a-Toi; Pokohinu; Rakitū; Rangiahua and other outlying islands, rocky outcrops and seascapes.
We have two marae located in the north of Aotea; Kawa and Motairehe. We also acknowledge our whakapapa connections to whanau and marae at Whangaruru, Whananaki and Matapōuri.
Ngāti Rehua have occupied Aotea exclusively and undisturbed since the 17th century and we hold fast to our ahi kā roa for the benefit our tamariki, mokopuna.
“Aotea moutere rongonui, Aotea whakahirahira, Aotea utanganui, Aotea taonga maha, Tihei wā mauri ora”.