Victoria University Te Ātiawa o Te Waka-a-Māui Award (2 Science Scholarships)

Two Scholarship opportunities for registered Te Ātiawa Trust students studying towards a Bachelor of Science or Bachelor of Science (Hons) at Victoria University of Wellington. The scholarship is available for online application during March 2021 (to be advertised by Te Ātiawa Trust email blast in early March 2021) by using the following link to access the scholarship detail. The closing date for applications is 31 March 2021

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The RMA and planning documents


Part 2 of the RMA, through sections 5 to 8, makes specific reference to cultural values, the

relationship of Maori to land and water, kaitiakitanga (guardianship by mana whenua) , and the treaty of Waitangi. An application must meet the purpose of the RMA, which incorporates these elements for consideration. Iwi and council planning documents provide guidance, through policies and objectives, about what needs to be considered in relation to Te Ātiawa values, in order to satisfy Part 2 of the RMA.

Some of the sensitive areas of Te Ātiawa can be identified using the council maps (Statutory Acknowledgement Areas of Te Tau Ihu) with the layer labelled ‘Te Ātiawa o Te Waka-a-Māui’.