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Posted on 15 September, 2020
HUI a TAU/AGM
Sunday 20 September 2020
The Waikawa Marae Inc AGM will be held Sunday 20 September 2020 at Waikawa Marae Waikawa, Picton at 10.00am
Business to be discussed will include:
- Receive Annual and Financial Reports
- Receive Management Reports
- Appointment of Auditor
- General Business
To vote you must be a financial member on the day – $ 5 membership fee payable prior to meeting commencement.
For further information email firstname.lastname@example.org
Light refreshments will be served at the end of the AGM
Waikawa Marae Trustees
Posted on 12 August, 2020
Kia ora Whānau
Following the announcement on the evening of Tuesday the 11th August 2020, Marlborough will move to Alert Level 2 again in response to community transmission of Covid 19 in Auckland.
As we move back into Alert Level 2, we need to ensure that we are operating in line with the government guidelines, while keeping the office safe for everyone as we did before. Please reacquaint yourself with our guidelines for Alert Level 2 and contact us should you have any queries.
- If you’re unwell, stay home, and please don't come into the office.
- Maintain a 2-metre physical distance from people from outside of your household or workplace
- Sanitise your hands upon entering the office, or prior to using any office equipment. Hand sanitiser dispensers are on the reception desk and in each office. They are also in the ablution facilities. Please ensure you use it.
- Upon entering the office, please sign the Covid 19 tracing register.
This register will only be used to assist in the event contact tracing is required.
Stay safe. Reduce Contact, Reduce Risk, Reduce Spread. Please contact us if you have any queries, and check our website for news and updates.
Posted on 3 July, 2020
Te Ātiawa o Te Waka-a-Māui Trust would like to invite you to the Pou Unveiling at Picton Library, 2 Dublin Street, Picton 7220 on Friday 17th July 2020.
0615 a.m Public/Iwi to start meeting at the library
0630 a.m Unveiling Ceremony
0700 a.m Light refreshments
Please RSVP by Monday 13th July 2020 to email@example.com or call 0800 284 292
Harry Love (Trustee)
Posted on 2 July, 2020
Te Ātiawa o Te Waka-a-Māui Trust
Half yearly Hui Update
Sunday 26th July 2020, 11am
Te Āwhina Marae, Motueka
“E titia nei e Te Ātiawa’
Te Ātiawa o Te Waka-a-Māui Trust invite all registered whānau to attend our Half Yearly Hui, that is being held at Te Āwhina Marae, 133 Pah Street, Motueka.
This is an opportunity to connect with whānau/whānui, share and whakawhiti kōrero on what we have achieved so far, and what we are currently working on.
Free bus transport is available. Please contact the Office on 0800 284 292 by Friday 17th July 2020 to avail of this service. Pick up/drop offs for this service are as follows:
Waikawa Marae 8:00 a.m, Nelson Square-Picton 8:15 am, Awarua Park-Spring Creek 8:35 am, i-SITE Havelock 9:05 a.m and Whakatū Marae, Nelson 10:05 am.
All enquiries and RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org or call 0800 284 292. RSVP by Friday 17th July 2020.
Please share this pānui with your whānau and networks.
Chair Harvey Ruru
Posted on 24 June, 2020
This coming July and August the Trust will be sending out a Survey to gather information for future projects. We are looking at what a Te Ātiawa Cultural Revitalisation Plan may look like for us in Te Tau Ihu. It is imperative that we as a Trust embrace and empower our Whānau to know and understand where they have come from and who they represent in our world today.
We learnt some important lessons over Covid-19. One of thoses things was the importance of whānau being there for each other (not all of us were able) due to Lockdown which is why the Te Tau Ihu Tangihanga group was formed. As a Iwi Trust we want to listen to your thoughts on what we could do better. These questions will be simple but specific asking for input into our Cultural Revitalisation Strategy Plan. Questions will be whānau based and will focus on the well being of the whānau in the areas of Education, Balanced lifestyle and Te Ātiawatanga. In July and August I will be at our mārae to discuss these kaupapa and look forward to recieving your Survey feed back on line or in person at these hui.