This report is an important document in this transition process, as it identifies those assets that belong to our NgāiTakoto members and the benefits that come with settlements
“Ko Wai Au” written to educate the younger generation about our NgāiTakoto Iwi, with the hope to provide our younger generation with the knowledge and stories as our ancestors saw
The Te Runanga O NgāiTakoto Annual Management Report highlights and summarises activities and work streams that have been undertaken over the last 12 month period, by the Board, and Management team.
The 2013-2016 Business Plan is the first of “our own steps” towards completing that journey which we initiated as the NgāiTakoto 20/20 Vision Plan in 2000 (Te Ata Hapara)
This NgāiTakoto Environmental Strategy/Plan is a major step towards reshaping that environmental future. It is the immediate need and ability of us to control, manage, protect and enhance those lands and assets and enact our ongoing obligations and responsibilities ‘to live our NgāiTakototanga.
This report is an overview of the NgāiTakoto Land Claims which began in 1986. The summary of NgāiTakoto sites of significance is to provide a snapshot of the lands and specific places that we of NgāiTakoto can identify with and relate to, and to provide to our NgāiTakoto people a visual library of information that brings to life our NgāiTakoto expressions of Mana Atua, Mana Tūpuna, Mana Whenua.
Te Runanga o NgāiTakoto quarterly Panui sharing news, events and our people.