Selwyn Parata provides his first regular korero as Chairman of Te Runanganui o Ngati Porou, for the July issue of Nati Link.
In this issue
A special tribute issue inspired by and dedicated to the legacy of Dr Apirana Mahuika. Stories include: He Tipua, He Tangata (korero from various contributors about Dr Mahuika; TRONPnui Elections 2015 information; the establishment of Ngati Porou Miere Collective; Click here for the July 2015 edition of Nati Link best for printing. Clink PDF link below for version best for viewing as double page spread.
Teepa Watai, Chief Executive of Te Runanganui o Ngati Porou, shares some insights from a recent visit to Australia.
The July 2015 Edition of Nati Link was dedicated to and inspired by the legacy of Dr Apirana Mahuika, former Chairman of Te Runanganui o Ngati Porou.
Albie Mc Farlane ( nee Kaui) from TRONPnui shares her personal reflections about Dr Mahuika.
Ta Tipene O'Regan shares the eulogy he delivered at the funeral service for Dr Apirana Mahuika
Charlie Harrison celebrated his 100th match for NPEC Rugby in June.
The clock was wound back to a more genteel time when a Pakeke ball was held in Ruatoria.
Keita Kohere shares her experience as a Nati living in the Super City.
The establishment of the Ngati Porou Miere Collective encourages landowners to move up the Manuka honey value chain
Tarere Station Trust shares their experiences as a participant in the Ngati Porou Miere Pilot
Huti Watson shares her thoughts about the opportunities for Ngati Porou and our Miere.
A Q & A with the "father" of UMF, Dr Peter Molan
Empowering Ngati Porou women towards economic independence kaupapa of recent workshops.
Cherry Blossom Floristry is the name of a “budding”new business, owned and operated by Cherry Henry (nee Dewes).
Profile about a new Coast based business, Makaretu Farms Earthmoving
A profile about TRONPNui Chairman, Selwyn Tanetoa Parata
The confirmed dates for the TRONPnui 2015 elections and where to find more info
Meet Geovarna McClutchie, key point of contact for Iwi Insurance, the first insurance scheme created primarily for Ngati Porou members.
Stage one of Te Tini rebuild on track for August opening
Learn about the mahi TRONPNui is doing in the housing space for Ngati Porou
Rangatahi aged between 16 to 24 years are invited to attend the free 3 day Ngati Porou Whai Rawa – Money Smart wananga at the end of July.
Gisborne whanau encouraged to support Puhi Kaiti clinic to help ensure survival of Ngati Porou Hauora
EIT East Coast students Tihei Turei and Jarrod Rogers-Hughes are on their way to successful careers.
Hilton Collier spent an inspirational week spent at Stanford University New Zealand Bootcamp