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Published: 24 October, 2018

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TŪ PONO:

TE MANA KAHA O TE WHĀNAU HUI Standing True for Violence Free Whānau

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Published: 23 October, 2018

Te Ātiawa Trust AGM 2019

Te Ātiawa Trust AGM 2019

 

Notice of 2018 AGM

 

Annual General Meeting

The Annual General Meeting of Te Ātiawa o Te Waka-a-Māui Trust is to be held at Waikawa Marae, 210 Waikawa Road, Waikawa, Picton from 10:00 am to 2:30 pm on Sunday, 25 November 2018.

 

All registered beneficiaries of the Trust are welcome to attend the AGM.

 

Agenda

1. Apologies
2. Trustees’ Annual Report
3. Appointment of Auditor
4. Trustee Fees
5. General Business

 

Enrolment

Descendants of Te Ātiawa (ki Te Tau Ihu) who have not yet registered with the Trust can obtain registration forms by contacting the Trust office on (03) 573 5170 or 0800 284 292.

 

Published: 18 October, 2018

Cultural Advisor - Māori

Cultural Advisor - Māori

Please click on the file for more information regarding the Cultural Adviser position for Tasman District Council

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Published: 17 October, 2018

AN OPPORTUNITY FOR TE ĀTIAWA UNIVERSITY AND HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS

Local Marine Science opportunity for Te Ātiawa students from 7 -16 November 2018

AN OPPORTUNITY FOR TE ĀTIAWA UNIVERSITY AND HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS – PLEASE RESPOND SOON!

 

 

Local Marine Science opportunity for Te Ātiawa students from 7 to 16 November 2018

 

 

(Led by Professor Conrad Pilditch of the School of Science, University of Waikato)

 

 

Marlborough Sounds’ research

 

Conrad (Professor Pilditch) has research plans that will provide for several (2-3) young Maori students to be ‘out in the field with us’ to share in data collection (Nov 7-16). Ideally, these young people would be students (university/high school) with an interest in the marine environment and wanting long term to be future environmental leaders. We would hope (especially if their time was being paid for - see below*) that these students would prepare a short report on their experiences and being willing to share it with their iwi. If there was interest, we could look into developing more science involvement through participating in longer-term research programs.

 

After discussing how flexible these arrangements might be, Conrad has said:  “For the time we are here, we would be very flexible with any interested Te Ātiawa students, e.g., the full duration (as above), a day, a half-day, or some hours of involvement can be accommodated.”

 

(*There is a fund available to facilitate iwi participation in research, so, if there was interest, we could fill in a short application for money to cover the costs of engagement/participation activities.)

 

If you would like to be involved please contact:

 

Ian (Shappy) Shapcott at the Trust’s RM Office in Waikawa

Rohe Management Team

Te Ātiawa Manawhenua Ki Te Tau Ihu Trust

Beach Road, Waikawa Marina, Waikawa, Picton 7220

(PO Box 340, Picton 7250)

Phone : 03 573 5170

 

Or

 

Conrad (Professor Pilditch)
School of Science
University of Waikato  
Hamilton 3240              p  +64 7 837 9393     

New Zealand                e   conrad.pilditch@waikato.ac.nz
http://conradpilditch.wordpress.com/

Published: 17 October, 2018

Marlborough Lines Tertiary Scholarship for Maori

Marlborough Lines Tertiary Scholarship for Maori

Please find attached information and an application form for the 2018 Tertiary Scholarship for Maori.


We would appreciate your assistance in circulating the attached information and application form to suitable people who may be interested in applying for this Scholarship.

Please note that Scholarship applications are restricted to those who reside within the catchment of Marlborough Lines (i.e. the Marlborough region westwards to D’Urville Island, north to the Marlborough Sounds and south to Waipapa Bay).

In previous years we have received applications from those living outside of the Marlborough area, and regrettably
have had to advise those people they are not eligible for the Scholarship.

The closing date for applications is Friday, 23 November 2018.


Application forms are also available from our offices at Alfred Street, or by phoning
577 7007, or emailing info@linesmarl.co.nz.

Should you require additional information please do not hesitate to phone me on 579 3849.

Yours sincerely
Anna Reed

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Marlborough Lines Tertiary Scholarship for Maori Maori Scholarship Information 2018 - (535 KB Adobe Acrobat PDF file) »

Marlborough Lines Tertiary Scholarship for Maori Maori Scholarship Application Form 2018 - (395 KB Adobe Acrobat PDF file) »

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