News & Events
Posted 7 December 2020
2020 Te Uri o Hau Education Scholarships
Applications are now open to all registered Te Uri o Hau hapu members. To apply click on a link below. Applications close 1 March 2021. For all queries please contact Adam Taylor on (09) 459 7001 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Posted 28 September 2020
Applications are now open for the Fonterra Apprentice Programme. They are looking for apprentices across 4 different disciplines including Electrical, Mechanical, Heavy Automotive and Dairy Processing. Roles will be based at Fonterra manufacturing sites across Aotearoa, from Kauri in the Northland down to Edendal in Southland.
If you are interested in applying click here to set up an account to apply. More information about this opportunity can be found on Fonterra Early Careers facebook page and by clicking on the button below.
Posted 28 September 2020
Fees Free Short Courses - Introduction to the Labour Force
with Manaaki Fusion
Accepting enrollments now. Contact Andrea Laiman on (021)181 1230 or call in at the North Tec centre at 19 Dyer Street, Raumanga.
For the courses starting 27 Oct ending 26 Feb 2021 you must enroll by Monday 19 October click here
For the courses starting 9 Nov ending 8 Mar 2021 you must enroll by Monday 2 November click here
For the courses starting 16 Nov ending 19 Mar 2021 you must enroll by Monday 9 November click here
You will need a passport or birth certificate to enroll.
Posted 1 September 2020
Te Uri o Hau Settlement Trust (the Trust)
Notice of Cancellation of 2020 Annual General Meeting
At a trustee meeting held on 24 August 2020, 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 cancel the 2020 Annual General Meeting;
To reconsider in early 2021 whether to hold a Special General Meeting in place of the 2020 Annual General Meeting.
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 2019/2020 Income Year are available for inspection by Te Uri O Hau and copies can be obtained by clicking here or contacting the Trust’s office on (09) 459 7001 or by email to email@example.com during the hours of 8.30am to 4.00pm any business day.
Posted 16 January 2020
Results of Trustee Election Waihaua marae Voting Results
I, Gina Tarasiewicz (Returning Officer) hereby give notice of the results of the election for the election of one (1) new trustee to represent Waihaua marae on the Te Uri o Hau Settlement Trust, held 11 January 2020.
Antony Thompson 37 votes
Sidney Ashby 27 votes
Mikaera Miru 16 votes
Taiawhio Wati 12 votes
Toni Welsh 10 votes
6 invalid votes
The eight trustees of Te Uri o Hau Settlement Trust are Henry Holyoake and Malcolm Welsh (for Waikaretu marae), Georgina Connelly and Raniera Pene (for Oruawharo marae), Reno Skipper and Albert Shelford (for Otamatea marae) and Matiu Wati and Antony Thompson (for Waihaua marae).
A candidate may apply in writing for a recount (to the address below) within three working days of the publication of this notice provided that candidate requires less than 50 further votes to be elected.
Gina Tarasiewicz (Returning Officer)
9 Fertiliser Road, Whangarei 0110
PO Box 583, Whangarei 0140
Mobile: 021 686 330
Posted 17 December 2019
Hōkai Nuku is the authorised voice of the four Iwi and Hapū mana whenua for the Ara Tūhono Pūhoi to Wellsford Roading projects – namely Ngāti Manuhiri, Ngāti Mauku/Ngāti Kauae of Te Uri o Hau, Ngāti Rango of Kaipara and Ngāti Whātua. Hōkai Nuku was initially formed in 2010 to collaborate on the New Zealand Transport Agency Project, Ara Tūhono and has been contracted by the Transport Agency and Northern Express Group (NX2) to provide specialist advice for the Project.
As part of the Ara Tūhono Pūhoi to Warkworth Project, Hōkai Nuku has collected cultural harvest materials. First priority has been given to artworks for the Ara Tūhono Projects. The remainder is available to the Iwi and Hapū members of Hōkai Nuku for cultural use. They will need to be collected at your own cost.
If you are interested in any of these materials please contact Natasha Topia, Kaiawhina on phone: 021-409-908 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org on or before 28 February 2021 so that we can develop a list of interested parties to be considered by our Board.
All logs are 6m length and under
50cm diameter 12
35cm diameter 28
30cm diameter and under 15
30cm diameter and over 17
50cm diameter 14
30cm diameter 10