Nau mai, haere mai ki Te Rūnanga o Ngāti Awa.
2017 TERTIARY GRANTS AND SCHOLARSHIPS
If you are undertaking tertiary study in 2017 you may be eligible for a Te Runanga o Ngati Awa Tertiary Grant or Scholarship. You will need to be registered with us and know your registration membership number to complete your application.
For registration enquiries Freephone 0800 464 284 or email email@example.com
Applications for the 2017 tertiary grants and scholarships are open now and close 4pm 31 March 2017.
You can apply for a Tertiary Grant here.
You can apply for a Tertiary Scholarship here.
Te Rūnanga o Ngāti Awa Hapū Representatives 2017
||Joe Mason (Chair)
|Ngāi Te Rangihouhiri
|Ngāti Awa ki Tamaki Makaurau
||Te Kei Merito
||Boyce Rangikawehea Kingi
|Ngāti Awa ki Poneke
|Ngāti Hokopu ki Te Whare o Toroa
|Ngāti Hokopu ki Hokowhitu
||Te Arani Barrett
||Te Rauotehuia Chapman-de Vos
The next Runanga meeting will be held on Friday 24 February 2017.
You can contact your representative here.
Te Rūnanga o Ngāti Awa Annual Report 2015/2016
The 2015/2016 Annual Report can be downloaded and viewed here.
Proposed draft 2017/2018 Annual Plan
The proposed draft 2017/2018 Annual Plan can be downloaded and viewed here.
You can provide feedback on the proposed 2017/2018 Annual Plan through your hapu representative or by contacting the office:
E: firstname.lastname@example.org T: 07 307 0760
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