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Published: 26 October, 2021

WAI124 Whānau Claim - NOTICE OF HUI/MEETING – TRUST CREATION

WAI124 Whānau Claim - NOTICE OF HUI/MEETING – TRUST CREATION

 

Please inform other whānau that whakapapa or may whakapapa to Whawhai Rihari Tahuaroa OR to the union of Whawhai Rihari Tahuaroa and Roka Pawau. Due to COVID-19 uncertainties we have decided to hold a Zoom Hui to protect our whakapapa. The Māori Land Court have confirmed that this approach is permissible. We will maintain  our tikanga at the hui.

 

PURPOSE OF HUI/MEETING:

 

1) Agree and confirm the creation and type of Trust that will be the management entity and kaitiaki over our WAI124 whenua when it is returned by Te Ātiawa o Te Waka-a-Māui Trust

2) Agree and confirm the terms of the Trust as set out in its Trust Deed

3) Determine and agree the number of trustees for the Trust

4) Election of trustees for the Trust

 

The details of the hui are as follows: 

 

DATE:

Sunday 21st November, 10am to 1.00pm

VENUE:

Zoom hui – Zoom Hui link to be provided our Whānau Group Facebook Pages as detailed below or email dtawhaibodsworth@gmail.com for the Zoom Hui link to be emailed to you. Instructions for setting up Zoom and accessing the Zoom Hui will also be posted to our Whānau Group Facebook Pages these can also be emailed to you upon request.

Note: If you are not a member already of our Whānau Group Facebook Pages please request membership via the Facebook pages below.

TIME:

9:00am to 1.00pm

CONTACT:

Email: dtawhaibodsworth@gmail.com

Mobile: 022 050 4865

WHĀNAU FACEBOOK GROUPS – WAI124 AND TAHUAROA

Karira Tini Pere Tahuaroa-Watson Whanau Group link: https://www.facebook.com/groups/528014574044135

Te Hokinga Mai o te Whenua - WAI124 Claim Group link: https://www.facebook.com/groups/333281841254304

Please visit these pages and request membership if you believe/know, you whakapapa to Whawhai Rihari Tahuaroa OR to the union of  Whawhai Rihari Tahuaroa and Roka Pawau.

 

Published: 26 October, 2021

Teacher of Te Reo

Secondary (Years 7–15) / wharekura, Certificated teacher

Our college is committed to providing a high-quality education for its students and emphasises the importance of achieving personal standards of excellence in academic, sporting, cultural and recreational activities.

The college combines excellent facilities and a progressive curriculum with values such as Caring, Belonging and Learning, along with strong house spirit, pride in the school and high expectations of performance and behaviour.

These values are reflected in the school motto: Semper Contendite (Always Strive).

 

How to apply

 Please complete and include the Waimea College application form and submit this along with your CV and covering letter to:

Nicola Cruise
nicola.cruise@waimea.school.nz
(027) 837 6387

Published: 20 October, 2021

Full time field-based apprentice position with Vector Free Marlborough for a Te Ātiawa o Te Waka-a-Maui Whānau member

Full time field-based apprentice position with Vector Free Marlborough for a Te Ātiawa o Te Waka-a-Maui Whānau member

Vector Free Marlborough is looking for a motivated, and keen apprentice (17yrs+) to join its predator field team in work across Te Tau Ihu.

This person would be undertaking various Predator related tasks, mostly field based and needing to be away from Blenheim working on the Westcoast for 7 to 10 days, then back to home for the break off.

No experience required.

See the attached for more information.

Full time field-based apprentice position with Vector Free Marlborough for a Te Ātiawa o Te Waka-a-Maui Whānau member Vector Free Role - (382 KB Adobe Acrobat PDF file) »

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