NIWA

NIWA (National Institute of Water & Atmospheric Research Ltd) is offering a boat trip to the whānau/Trustees to discuss, amongst other things, special areas of interest to Te Ātiawa, in preparation to support a potential mutual, cultural mapping project in the first half of 2022. NIWA has offered: • When: Mon 24/Tues 25 May 2021 • What: Opportunity to take up to three people (12 in total over the two days) per voyage – 2 voyages per day. Potentially up to 2-3 hours per voyage. Please note there will be three trained NIWA staff onboard. • Where: Kura te Au/Tōtaranui – agreed sites of importance or significance to Te Ātiawa. Time is tight and NIWA needs to know if we have anyone interested in joining them. If anyone is interested, they should contact Shappy (Ian Shapcott) by the 18th of May and let him know their availability / timing. (Shappy’s contact details: Ph: 03 573 5170 or 0800 284 292 and kt@teatiawatrust.co.nz)

Pānui Issue 28 (April 2021)

What's going on around our Rohe?

What's going on around our Rohe?

The tri-annual release of our Pānui has been published and is now available.

Click here to
download »
(3.6Mb PDF)

For further enquiries, please contact the office on 0800 284 292 

2018-2023 Mahere Rautaki

(Strategic Plan)

(Strategic Plan)

E Titia’ is the Strategic Plan for Te Ātiawa o Te Waka-a-Māui Trust 2018 – 2023. Te Ātiawa o Te Waka-a-Māui Trust (the Trust) was established as the Mandated Iwi Organisation and Post-Settlement Governance entity for Te Ātiawa o Te Waka-a-Māui. These responsibilities include a range of statutory obligations and functions outlined in the Deed of Trust.
Click here to download »

Grants & Sponsorships

Are you eligible for a grant?

Are you eligible for a grant?

Our grant funds are intended to support any activity that enhances the matauranga / academic prosperity, leadership, cultural, artistic, physical, sporting aspects and wellbeing of Te Ātiawa o Te Waka-a-Māui people.

Click here to find out more »

Whānau Claims

Unsure about Whānau claims?

Unsure about Whānau claims?

In an effort to assist those Whānau who had claims included in the Trust Settlement, herewith the process to be followed

Click here to download »

Resource Management Enquiries

Unsure about developments on
Te Ātiawa Rohe?

Te Ātiawa Resource management dealings are managed by 2 separate offices. If you are unsure about developments in Te Ātiawa Rohe, you need to contact one of the 2 offices as below:

Unsure about developments on <br />
Te Ātiawa Rohe?

1.) Manawhenua Ki Mohua and 2.) Te Ātiawa Marlborough.

Find out more here »

Manaakitanga

Generosity, contributing and caring, behaviour that gives more than it demands or takes

Whānaungatanga

Pride and dignity in our relationships

Kaitiakitanga

The responsibility of guardianship and stewardship

Pūmau

Unity and commitment

Āta Kitenga

Transparency, accountability, and communication

Tika

Fairness

Pono

Honesty and openness

Tino Rangatiratanga

Self determination