Ratification of Deed of Settlement & Post-Settlement Governance Entity 

Ngāti Rangi Trust Ratification of Deed of Settlement & Post-Settlement Governance Entity
On 17 August 2017, Ngati Rangi Trust initialled a Deed of Settlement (DOS) with the Crown relating to all outstanding historical Treaty of Waitangi claims of Iwi and Hapū of Ngāti Rangi. Ngāti Rangi now seeks the agreement of its members to accept the DOS and proposed Post-Settlement Governance Entity (PSGE), Te Tōtarahoe o Paerangi. Ngāti Rangi encourages members to attend the following hui where information will be shared on the DOS and proposed PSGE.




Maungārongo Marae

36 Burns St, Ohakune

Saturday 30 September 2017, 12pm-4pm

Te Ao Hou Marae

Somme Parade, Aramoho, Whanganui

Sunday 1 October 2017, 12pm-4pm

Ngā Kete Wānanga Marae

Manukau Institute of Technology, Gate 12, Otara Rd, Otara

Monday 2 October 2017, 6.30pm-9.30pm

Te Wānanga o Aotearoa

Mangakōtukutuku Campus, 254 Ohaupo Rd, Glenview, Hamilton

Tuesday 3 October 2017, 5.30pm-8.30pm

Te Wharewaka o Pōneke

2 Taranaki St, Wellington

Wednesday 4 October 2017, 6.30pm-9.30pm

Te Pā o Rākaihautū

7 McLean St, Linwood, Christchurch

Thursday 5 October 2017, 6.30pm-9.30pm

Ngā Mōkai Papa Kāinga

Oruakukuru Rd, Karioi, Ohakune

Sunday 8 October 2017, 12pm-4pm

Voting Arrangements:
All registered members of Ngāti Rangi (with known mailing addresses), who are 18 years and over, will be sent a ratification information pack by Saturday 30 September. Votes can be submitted by post (in the Freepost envelope enclosed in the ratification information pack), online at ngatirangi.com or by placing the voting form in the ballot box at any of the above hui.
To register or update your contact details please contact the Trust office on (06) 385 9500 / 0800 NRANGI or office@ngatirangi.com before the close of voting at 5pm on Friday 3 November 2017.
For voting enquiries please contact the election helpline on 0800 666 030, or email iro@electionz.com
The voting period commences on Saturday 30 September 2017 and closes on Friday 3 November 2017 at 5pm.

Two resolutions will be voted on:
1. I, as a member of Ngāti Rangi, support the Ngāti Rangi Deed of Settlement and authorise the trustees of the Ngāti Rangi Trust(1) to sign the Deed of Settlement on behalf of Ngāti Rangi.
2. I, as a member of Ngāti Rangi, support the establishment of Te Tōtarahoe o Paerangi as the Post-Settlement Governance Entity to receive and manage the settlement redress on behalf of Ngāti Rangi under the Ngāti Rangi Deed of Settlement.
Copies of the DOS and the Te Tōtarahoe o Paerangi Deed can be viewed at the Ngāti Rangi offices in Ohakune or at regional offices of Te Puni Kōkiri, and at ots.govt.nz or ngatirangi.com.

(1) The trustees of the Ngāti Rangi Trust means the trustees of the Ngāti Rangi Trust as at the date the Ngāti Rangi Deed of Settlement is signed. The trustees of the Ngāti Rangi Trust will be the Initial Trustees of Te Tōtarahoe o Paerangi, the proposed Ngāti Rangi Post-Settlement Governance Entity.

Posted by 04 September 2017 06:30:00

More local jobs for local people 

If you need any help preparing to apply for this position give us a call on 0800 NRANGI or email comms@ngatirangi.com

Posted by 22 August 2017 18:47:00

Our 2017 support programme for wāhine is back 

If you would like to find out more about our Kaitoko Whānau programme for wāhine please give Kaihono Whānau Mel Evans a call on 021 631 545 - self referrals are more than welcome.

Posted by 15 August 2017 16:32:00

Inspiring job opportunity @ Te Pae Tata 

If you're keen to apply or find out more head to our Ruapehu Recruitment website HERE

Posted by 15 August 2017 15:54:00

Keen to come home? 

Looking to find out more information then why not give Kathy a call on 0800 Ruapehu? You can also apply online HERE

Posted by 08 August 2017 11:40:00

Nau mai e te iwi... 

Ngāti Rangi Trust & Te Kāhui o Paerangi Hui-ā-Tau (AGM) is being held on Saturday, 16 September 2017 at Raetihi Marae, Raetihi Ohakune Road, Raetihi from 9.30am. Our agenda for the day is:
9.30am Whakaeke (Welcome)

10am Paramanawa (Morning tea)

1. Roll call of Marae and apologies
2. Chairs Report(s)
3. Management Report
4. Financial Report and Audit for 2016-17
5. Confirmation of Whangaehu and Mangawhero Representatives on Trust
6. Claims Update
7. Minutes of Previous Hui-ā-Tau
8. Other Business
9. Pānui and end of Hui-ā-Tau
12.30pm Wā tina (Lunch)

1.30pm Iwi Information Session
• Treaty Settlement progress
• Cultural Revitalisation Wānanga reflection

3.30pm Karakia

Posted by 03 August 2017 08:41:00

2017 Paepae Elections are on 

Posted by 27 July 2017 19:21:00

August Kāhui change of date 

Posted by 27 July 2017 09:36:00

NRT Cultural Revitalisation Wānanga series announced 

E kōkiri tahi ana a Ngāti Rangi i ngā kaupapa hei oranga mō te katoa, kia rapu ai i te mea ngaro. E te iwi e, nau mai, haere mai rā.

As part of the Ngāti Rangi 2035 – Te Ara ki te Moungaroa Strategic Plan, we are holding Ngāti Rangi Cultural Revitalisation Wānanga to hear the cultural aspirations of the iwi, share cultural knowledge and scope the need of cultural revitalisation. The three focus areas for this wānanga are; Whakarauora Reo Māori (Māori Language Revitalisation),Ngā Kōrero Tuku Iho (History, Archives, Traditional and Contemporary Arts) and Te Tātakitanga (Leadership Development and Rangatahi Aspirations).

When: 4-6 August 2017
Where: Maungārongo Marae, Ohakune
There will be a whakaeke on Friday 4 August, 4pm

Throughout the wānanga, there will be workshops facilitated on the focus areas and evening wānanga sessions to discuss our Ngāti Rangi Cultural Aspirations. We encourage you to bring any research, information, photos, recordings you may wish to share at the wānanga.

To register, please RSVP to Whetu Moataane on (06) 385 9500 or 0800 NRANGI or email events@ngatirangi.com 
Keen to learn more about Ngāti Rangi’s Cultural Revitalisation journey? Please click HERE

Posted by 10 July 2017 18:25:00

Te Manu Atatū Whanganui Māori Business Awards 

Nau mai e te taonga hei painga mo nga iwi me nga hapori o Raetihi, Ohakune me Waiouru. Tenei te po! Nau mai te ao!
We have been very humbled to have been awarded the 2017 Te Manu Atatū Whanganui Māori Business Award for the best Māori Rising Star – Best Emerging and New Māori Enterprise.
Congratulations to Kathy and the team. Congratulations to all of us! Whakamihi also to Dan, Annie and the team at Ohakune New World for taking out the award for being the Most Community Minded Māori Business.


The innovative vision of Ngāti Rangi and our communities has been celebrated at the Te Manu Atatū Maori Business Awards. In Whanganui on Saturday night the iwi-owned company Ruapehu Recruitment won the prize for Best Emerging and New Māori Enterprise.
It was also named runner up in the Most Community Minded Maori Business category which was won by another local firm, Ohakune New World. Ruapehu Whānau Transformation Plan project manager Erena Mikaere-Most said everyone involved has been humbled by the honour.
“Ruapehu Recruitment seeks to link our local people, our local whānau with local employment and training opportunities.
“The company was established in 2015 as one of 23 sustainable solutions to advance ourselves and our communities and is 100% owned by the Ngāti Rangi Trust. Ultimately through the Plan’s solutions we are seeking to help enable transformation for everyone in our communities of Raetihi, Ohakune and Waiouru regardless of ethnicity.”
There are four main areas of the business. The first two (recruitment and work placement) provide commercial services to local companies like Ohakune New World, WPI and RAL [Ruapehu Alpine Lifts].
“This is so we can provide the second two (training and development). These are about providing free or subsidised training services for our local whānau.”
Since Ruapehu Recruitment’s inception they have held highly successful Careers Expos annually.
“Through this we have been able to achieve 220 positive employment outcomes, this equates to about $5.5-million of income going into local homes, to local whānau. Local Careers Expos bring together our local employers and businesses to meet face to face with our whānau and job seekers. The change and positivity this brings into the homes of whānau is almost unmeasurable.”
Ngāti Rangi Trust’s Che Wilson said he was full of emotion and humbled by the award.
“Many of our people thought they were unemployed because they were not good enough for the jobs and moved away from home to secure work. The heart cries. These are real people, real families, real transformation."

For more on our local jobs for local people enterprise head here: ruapehurecruitment.co.nz


Posted by 02 July 2017 19:08:00
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