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Posted 23 March 2022

FOUNDATION PLANTING

If you have got fenced areas close to the waterway in the Kaipara Catchment the KMR Team want to hear from you. They are looking for land that is ready for planting!

If you meet the following criteria click on the link below email hono@kmr.org.nz or visit www.kmr.org.nz

  • You have a minimum of 20ha of land (or can join with neighbours to get a minimum of 20ha).

  • Fenced wetland areas

  • Riparian planting areas, or other fenced areas near waterways ready to spray and plant

  • Have a community planting restoration project (wetland or riparian)

  • Have a minimum of 1ha of land plant

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Posted 10 October 2021

Message from the Board 

Kia ora tatou nga Whanau o Te Uri o Hau.

As you will know by now Te Taitokerau is in Alert Level Three lockdown to avoid the Covid19 Delta plague. This shift in Alert Levels comes following the risk presented by the positive case tested in Whangārei earlier this week and confirmed in Tāmaki on Thursday.  That person is now in an Auckland Managed Isolation Quarantine facility.

 

Updated information shows the case moved throughout Northland after travelling there on Sunday 2nd October and leaving on Wednesday 6th October back to Auckland.  Given this travel throughout the north, possibly whilst infectious, the government agreed to an Alert Level change to keep our whānau and kaumātua safe, identify any spread, and work to contain the virus in the coming days.

 

It is out of an ‘abundance of caution’ the Government has changed these alert levels despite no further cases so far testing positive in the north.  The Te Uri o Hau Board supports this move to protect our whakapapa and ensure our mana remains intact against this plague.

 

We support testing at a local Covid19 testing centre close to you if you feel unwell or believe you may have come into contact with a location of interest, do it-get tested- its ok.  We need to limit the spread of this plague and keep it in Tāmaki at all costs.

 

We also support Covid19 Vaccinations, yes, it is your choice to vaccinate and we believe you need the correct scientific factual information to make that choice and not entertain the untested, unproven claims from those who don’t know us, know who we are or where we come from.  The more Te Uri o Hau whanau who are fully vaccinated, the more protection Te Uri o Hau has against Covid19 and the better we are off beating this plague.

 

Whanau, for the next few days #STAYHOMESTAYSAFE.  We are ensuring our Te Uri o Hau services are safe and able to support you, our whanau.  We are also working with the other hapū of the Kaipara, the Hauora services, and our own whanau ora service to ensure our health and wellbeing.  Alert Level 3 Restrictions will remain in place until 11:59pm Tuesday 12 October and will be reviewed at Cabinet on Monday 11 October. 

 

Together we’ll get through this- kia Kotahi Tatou

Where to get Assistance

  • For Hauora assistance freephone 0800 MY TE HA (0800 69 83 42) available 24 hours

  • For COVID-19 health advice freephone 0800 358 5453 available 24 hours

  • For COVID Vaccination advice and centres nearest you visit www.northlanddhb.org.nz (or)

  • Freephone 0800 28 29 26 between 8am and 8pm open 7 days 

  • For General Health advice and information freephone 0800 611 116 available 24 hours

  • Need to talk? Freephone or text to 1737

  • The Depression Helpline Freephone 0800 111 757

  • Lifeline Freephone 0800 543 354

  • Samaritans Freephone 0800 726 666

  • Youthline Freephone 0800 376 333

  • Alcohol Drug Helpline Freephone 0800 787 797

  • Whats Up? Helpline for children and young people Freephone 0800942 8787

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Posted 27 August 2021

Te Uri o Hau Settlement Trust (the Trust)

Notice of Postponement of 2021 Annual General Meeting

 

At a trustee meeting held on 26 August 2021, the trustees of the Trust resolved as follows, having considered their trustee duties, the COVID 19 restrictions imposed by the Government on gatherings, and health and safety risks posed to participants by holding an Annual General Meeting during the Covid 19 pandemic:

 

To postpone the 2021 Annual General Meeting to 30 October 2021 provided that the COVID Level reduces to 1 or less.

 

In the meantime, the Trustees wish to advise Te Uri O Hau that all reports, plans and audited financial statements for the Trust, sub-trusts and associated entities for the 2020/2021 Income Year are available for inspection on the Te Uri O Hau website at www.uriohau.com or by clicking here.

When COVID restrictions reduce hard copies may be obtained by contacting the Trust’s office during the hours of 9.00am to 5.00pm any business day, office phone (09) 459 7001, email office@uriohau.co.nz.