E nga rangitira, e nga whanaunga o Ngati Rarua me Atiawa ki Motueka, nga mihi nunui ki a koutou
No reira, tena koutou, tena koutou, tena koutou ka toa.
Draft Proposal for Ngati Rarua Atiawa Iwi Trust's Social and Cultural Implementation Plan 2012
We are now inviting people to view the current proposed draft pland and look forward to feedack from all registered owner's.
For your convenience we have attached a summarised version consisting of 12 pages for a general overview.
Please forward any feedback to Selina Tait at email@example.com or alternatively, call the office on (03) 548 0770.
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In 2001, Ngati Rarua Atiawa Iwi Trust's Business Plan identified the need to divide the commercial operations from the cultural/social functions. The interim name for the cultural/social komiti was "Social Co", and in 2004 it took on the name of Te Whanake – to grow and spread (diversify).
The trustees of Te Whanake are:
- Barney Thomas
- Paul Morgan
The majority of the Project Manager's work is to commence the implementation of the Social and Cultural Development Plan. This was developed by Kawau Limited after various owners' hui were held in late 2002 and early 2003. It was identified within the development plan that a Project Manger was needed to implement the plan and to ensure progress on the views and aspirations of the Trust are brought to fruition.
Te Whanake is dedicated to achieving the aspirations of our owners that were highlighted in the Social Cultural Development Plan.
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