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Ngāti Awa

 

 

NOTICE OF ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING 2016

The 2016 Annual General Meeting for Te Runanga o Ngati Awa will be held on Saturday 10 December 2016 at Kokohinau Marae, 345F Te Teko Road, Te Teko.

 

AGENDA

9:00am Pohiri

9:30am Morning Tea

10:00am TRONA AGM opens

• Chairman’s Welcome

• Confirmation of previous AGM Minutes – 5 December 2015

• Presentation and Adoption of Annual Report for 2015/16

• Presentation of Proposed Annual Plan 2017/18

• Report – Ngati Awa Group Holdings Limited 2015/16

• Report – Ngati Awa Asset Holdings Limited 2015/16

• Appointment of Auditor for 2016/17

• Approval of Representatives’ remuneration for 2017/18

• General Business

12:30pm TRONA AGM closes

• Closing remarks

1:00pm Lunch

 

Copies of the Annual Report and Annual Plan will be available in the week before the AGM for inspection by members at Te Runanga o Ngati Awa, Ngati Awa House, 4–10 Louvain Street, Whakatane.

All enquiries should be directed to the Runanga office: (07) 307 0760 or by email runanga@ngatiawa.iwi.nz

This notice is issued in accordance with Section 14.3 of the Charter of Te Runanga o Ngati Awa.

 

Dr Hohepa Mason

Chairman

 


 

 

Ngati Awa Iwi Management Plan Survey

This survey has now closed. A further update will be posted here on the next phase of development of our Iwi Management Plan.

Te Rūnanga o Ngāti Awa is developing an Iwi Management Plan (IMP) which identifies the issues affecting our natural resources and how we want to effectively manage those resources. The survey responses provided will assist us to develop the Ngāti Awa IMP and any information provided will remain confidential.

Snapshot of survey data:

  • 195 people took the survey
  • 64% of respondents are women
  • 61% of respodents are aged between 39 and 59
  • 26% of respondents affiliate to Ngati Pukeko, 20% affiliate to Te Pahipoto, and 20% affiliate to Ngai Taiwhakaea
  • 58% of respondents live in the Eastern Bay of Plenty
  • 53% of respondents identified that the discharge of contaminants affects our rivers the most
  • 49% of respondents identified that contaminated sites affect our whenua the most
  • 30% of respondents identified that development, including buildings and earthworks affects our cultural heritage the most

You can learn more about Iwi Management Plans here:  Iwi Management Plans - Bay of Plenty Regional Council


2016 Hapū Representative Elections

DECLARATION OF FINAL RESULTS

I declare the result for the 2016 Te Rūnanga o Ngāti Awa Hapū elections which closed on Saturday 1 October 2016.

Nga Maihi (1 vacancy) Votes Received

O’BRIEN, Gina 218

PRYOR, Joseph Edwin 69

INFORMAL / BLANK VOTING PAPERS 0

I therefore declare Gina O’BRIEN elected as the Hapū Representative for Nga Maihi.


Ngai Taiwhakaea II (1 vacancy) Votes Received

RATAHI-PRYOR, Enid Aneko 105

HARAWIRA, Joe 94

TARAU, Manukorihi 79

INFORMAL / BLANK VOTING PAPERS 0

I therefore declare Enid Aneko RATAHI-PRYOR elected as the Hapū Representative for Ngai Taiwhakaea II.


Ngai Tamaoki (1 vacancy) Votes Received

KINGI, Boyce Rangikawehea 115

SALMON, Patrick 43

INFORMAL / BLANK VOTING PAPERS 0

I therefore declare Boyce Rangikawehea KINGI elected as the Hapū Representative for Ngai Tamaoki.


Ngati Awa ki Poneke (1 vacancy) Votes Received

TUNUI, Brian 26

NICHOLSON, Serenah 24

INFORMAL / BLANK VOTING PAPERS 0

I therefore declare Brian TUNUI elected as the Hapū Representative for Ngai Awa Ki Poneke


Ngati Hokopu - Te Hokowhitu a Tu ki te Rahui (1 vacancy) Votes Received

BARRETT, Te Arani 51

PAUL, Cletus Maanu 42

INFORMAL / BLANK VOTING PAPERS 0

I therefore declare Te Arani BARRETT elected as the Hapū Representative for Ngati Hokopu - Te Hokowhitu a Tu ki te Rahui.


Ngati Hokopu - Te Whare o Toroa (1 vacancy) Votes Received

HUNIA, Dayle 87

HUDSON, William 61

COPELAND, Vincent 24

INFORMAL / BLANK VOTING PAPERS 0

I therefore declare Dayle HUNIA elected as the Hapū Representative for Ngati Hokopu - Te Whare o Toroa.


Te Patuwai (1 vacancy) Votes Received

SHORTLAND, Ruihi Te Kowhai Lorrin 90

PAUL, Adrienne 46

INFORMAL / BLANK VOTING PAPERS 0

I therefore declare Ruihi Te Kowhai Lorrin SHORTLAND elected as the Hapū Representative for Te Patuwai.


Warahoe (1 vacancy) Votes Received

CHAPMAN-DE VOS, Rauotehuia 48

KOHUNUI, Aubrey 14

INFORMAL 0

BLANK VOTING PAPERS 1

I therefore declare Rauotehuia CHAPMAN-DE VOS elected as the Hapū Representative for Warahoe.

 

Warwick Lampp

Returning Officer - Te Runanga o Ngati Awa

 

 


Notice of Appointment as Representatives on Te Rūnanga o Ngāti Awa

In accordance with the Second Schedule of the Te Rūnanga o Ngāti Awa Charter, following the close of nominations, the following people have been nominated as representatives for their respective hapū:

Ngāi Te Rangihouhiri II                         Manurere Glen

Ngāi Tamapare                                    Paul Quinn

Ngāi Tamawera                                   Alfie Morrison

Ngāti Awa ki Tamaki Makaurau             Pouroto Ngaropo

Ngāti Hāmua                                       Miro Araroa

Ngāti Hikakino                                     Stan Ratahi

Ngāti Maumoana                                 Putiputi Koopu

Ngāti Pūkeko                                       Joseph Mason

Ngāti Rangataua                                  Te Kei Wilson Merito

Ngāti Wharepaia                                  Materoa Dodd

Te Kahupāke                                       Mihipeka Sisley

Te Pahipoto                                         Tuwhakairiora O'Brien

Te Tawera                                           Amohaere Tangitu

Tuariki                                                Meri Mary Hepi 

As only one nomination was received for each of the hapū listed above, the nominees will be confirmed as Representatives following the 2016 AGM of Te Rūnanga o Ngāti Awa.