To celebrate the signing of Te Tiriti o Waitangi in Whanganui in May 1840, we held the follow Kaupapa Kōrero seminar on May 31, 2022 on Te Pā Auroa, the Te Awa Tupua framework.
Te Pa Auroa, the Te Awa Tupua framework, was constructed deliberately to withstand the constant policy and legislative changes. This seminar will lead with the proposition that management of water and other resources in the Whanganui catchment has already occurred. It will discuss how any planned national reforms will have to fit into a Te Awa Tupua context, rather than the other way round.
To learn more about Te Pā Auroa, click here.
We are pleased to present to you Te Rautaki o Te Whawhaki 2020-2040
Te Whawhaki Trust, a subsidiary of Ngā Tāngata Tiaki, is focused on advancing the wellbeing of Whanganui whānau and hapū through cultural and social benefits.
As a charitable trust comprising up to five Trustees, Te Whawhaki will promote the environmental, education, economic, social, and cultural advancement, and overall well-being of Whanganui Iwi.
Held at Pūtiki Marae over two days in March, He Waka Pakoko - Pathway to 2040 provided an opportunity for our uri to be inwards facing and future focused.
For more information about the outcome of the hui including what was discussed, download the Summary Report here.
Written by Che Wilson, 31 March 2020 to assist whānau during the 2020 COVID-19 lockdown
To download the paper please click here
Clicking the link below will open the report
Do you whakapapa to the Whanganui River? Would you and your whānau like to be registered on the Whanganui Iwi Database? What does that mean?
It means that you get sent pānui and updates on kaupapa related to the Whanganui River and Te Awa Tupua, the people and the river from the Mountains to the Sea. You can also apply for the different grants that are advertised on our website and facebook page.
If you are already on the database and need to up date your details please head to the database or send us an email at email@example.com