Manu Karere


Public Notice


For the shareholders and their beneficiares of Hairini 4A, Hairini4B, Hairini 1B1 and Te Urumingi Reservation.

SEPTEMBER 2018 at 10AM
Hairini Marae – 9 Tamahika Street, Tauranga

Resolution 1: Election of 3 Trustees for the Hairini Marae Trust vesting in Blocks Hairini 4A, Hairini 4B, Hairini 1B1 and Te Urumingi Reservation (Kaumatua Flats located in Haukore St)

Resolution 2: Ratify the amendments to the Hairini Marae Charter

Nominations must be received by 4.30pm, 3rd September 2018.
No proxies will be accepted.  All Nominees must be present in accordance with the rules of the Hairini Marae Charter.
For Nomination forms contact Lindsay Muru at or 021 209 1473



Notice of Combined 2016 / 2017 Annual General Meeting

Notice of Combined 2016 / 2017 Annual General Meeting

Notice is hereby given that the combined 2016 – 2017 Annual General Meeting of the Ngāi Te Ahi Raupatu Settlement Trust.  To be held at Hairini Marae on Sunday 3rd December, 2017 at 10:00am.  

Registrations from 9:30am


  1. Mihi/Karakia
  2. Minutes of the 2015 AGM held 17 Oct 2015
  3. Review of 2016/2017 Annual Report
  4. Audited Financial Statements YE 30 June 2016
  5. Audited Financial Statements YE 30 June 2017
  6. Appointment of Auditors for the YE 2018
  7. Election of Trustees
  8. General Business

This also gives notice of a Special General Meeting (SGM) of the Ngāi Te Ahi Raupatu Settlement Trust being held at Hairini Marae following the AGM on 3rd December. The Special General Meeting is being called by Trustees for the purposes of considering one or more Special Resolutions.

No other business may be transacted at this Special General Meeting.

Documentation and information available by calling the Trust Office from Monday 13th November.

The Ngāi Te Ahi Hapu Register closes 23rd November 2017 for the purposes of voting only.

Avy Gardiner – Chairperson

PO Box 7007, Maungatapu, Tauranga 3148 | 07 579 0900 |

Ngai Te Ahi Raupatu Settlement Trust Election of Trustees


Ka tangi te tītī!

Ka tangi te kākā!

K tangi hoki ahau!

Ki ā Te Iria Whiu tētahi ō tō mātou kuia o Ngāi Te Ahi kua whiwhi i tētahi Honōre nui ō Kūini Irihāpeti II i te wā ō tōna huirtau 2014, MNZM. He honōre nui tenei mōna, mō tōna whānau, hapū me ōna iwi kārangatanga maha o te motū. Kei te mōhio te nuinga ō mātou ki ōna mahi maha i waenganui i a tātou katoa, nā reira kāre he korero i tū atu i tēnei mihi maioha ki ā ia.


Te Iria Whiu is one of two prominent Maori women who have received Queen’s Birthday Honours for 2014 for their commitment and service to Maori in the Bay of Plenty area.

Mrs Whiu has been recognised with a Member of the New Zealand Merit for her services to education and Maori.

A former school teacher, with more than 40 years’ experience in the industry, she was elected as the first Maori president of the New Zealand Educational Institute in 1995.

“Education is important for everybody. Without education you’re no-one. Education gives you the pathways to open doorways,” she said.

After retirement she continued to mentor teachers and principals in Kura Kaupapa Maori and developed Maori educational services.

She has also worked in specialist advisory roles in the iwi and tribal education sectors.

She was involved heavily with Te Matahauariki o Tauranga Moana from 1999 to 2011 and deputy chair of the Runanga nui o Tauranga Moana from 2005 to 2007, which was responsible for the return of Mauao in 2007. She is a trustee of the Mauao trust.

Of all the roles Mrs Whiu had undertaken throughout her life she said the most rewarding thing was seeing children achieve and reach their potential.

“When you are teaching a child to read, they blossom and when they realise they can read their first sentence those are the highlights for me,” she said.

Mrs Whiu wanted to acknowledge all the people who put her forward for an honour.