Selected highlights from the 2016 TRONPnui Annual Report
In this issue
Stories inside this edition include: Nati-preneur Bailey Mackey goes global; Ngati Porou Hauora battling to keep services on the Coast; Whanau honour tipuna with pilgrimage to France; New exhibition reflect's artist's personal journey; Ngati Porou East Coast rangatahi head to Silicon Valley. Click here for printing &viewing as a single page spread. Click here for printing & viewing as a double page spread.
The basic facts of what you need to know about the TRONPnui Trust Deed Review.
Over the past four years, a $6 million short-fall in government funding to East Coast health services has had a significant impact on Ngati Porou Hauora (NPH).
The Nga Hapu o Ngati Porou Takutaimoana hui have been postponed until January 2017.
Respected Ngati Porou educationalist and author Wiremu Mangai Kaa was recently honoured at a ceremony recognising the achievements of Indigenous scholars.
The battle for the Waiapu has exposed a new front writes Tina Ngata, our kaituhi for the December 2016 edition of Kaupapa Nati.
Ngati Porou East Coast secondary students head to Silicon Valley & Stanford University
Few Natis fly the flag as high or as far afield for Ngati Porou as broadcasting Nati-preneur, Bailey Mackey (Te Whanau a Karuai).
The post-settlement environment is proving a fertile ground for communities in Ngati Porou to progress local development opportunities.
The Kohere whanau journeyed to the Somme Valley in France recently to pay homage to their tipuna, 2nd Lieutenant, Henare Mokena Kohere.
Te Kapa Haka o Whangara mai Tawhiti, Hikurangi and Te Aitanga a Hauiti ki Uawa will represent Ngati Porou at the 2017 Te Matatini festival, in Heretaunga.
The deeply personal search for identity, whakapapa and whanau is the kaupapa behind a new photographic exhibition by Ngati Porou artist, Chevron Te Whetumatarau Hassett.