This is the first report of the independent advisor, David Gray, on the review of the trust deed of Te Rūnanganui o Ngāti Porou. The report has been prepared pursuant to clause 10 of the deed, which requires a review to be held five years after the establishment of the Rūnanganui. The report is broad in scope, encompassing “...the effectiveness of the arrangements” created under the deed.
This guide has been prepared to help hapu members
navigate the key principles and instruments of the Nga Hapu o Ngati Porou Foreshore & Seabed
amended Deed. The kaupapa covered within this
• the background to the Deed of Agreement between nga
hapu o Ngati Porou and the Crown;
• how the amended Deed of Agreement is expected to
provide better legal protections for nga hapu o Ngati
Porou over their rohe moana;
• how the ratification process will be administered and
what will happen after ratification.
The Ngati Porou Reo Strategy document has been published into a 40 page publication which has been enhanced with additional content and imagery. The revitalisation of te reo ake o Ngati Porou is one of the key priorities of Toitu Ngati Porou, the cultural arm of Te Runanganui o Ngati Porou. In 2015, a review of reo strategies previously developed by TRONPnui and its predecessor TRONP was conducted by Dr Wayne Ngata, on behalf of Toitu Ngati Porou.
A report submitted by Ngati Porou Seafoods Group in December 2014.
A calendar of upcoming events for 2015, including East Coast Rugby, kapa haka, Nati Connect visits, TRONPnui elections and more.
This Trust deed sets out the manner in which Te Runanganui o Ngati Porou will operate and administer the settlement and other assets to meet the cultural, social, environmental and economic aspirations of Ngati Porou, protect the mana of our tipuna and empower the mana of nga uri o nga whanau hapu o Ngati Porou mai I Potikirua ki Te Toka a Taiau.