NRT/Genesis Tokiāhuru celebration on soon 

 

After generations of mahi, you and your whānau are invited to join the Ngāti Rangi Trust and Genesis in celebrating the return of sustainable water flow levels to Karioi awa, the Tohiāhuru in 12 March, 2017 from 10.30am at Karioi

Free transport to the site is provided with buses departing 

Dempsey's, Raetihi @ 9.45am

Maungārongo Marae, Ohakune @ 10am

WPI, Karioi @10.30am and returning by 3pm

A picnic lunch is also being provided

Seats on the buses are limited so for catering and transport purposes, please RSVP to the Ngāti Rangi Trust asap.

Posted by 07 March 2017 17:46:00

Wānanga and Kāhui agenda out 

Note: February Kāhui papers will be available online to registered members next week

Posted by 02 February 2017 14:12:00

Win with the Ruapehu Express  

Keen to win a FREE entry and/or a FREE mountain bike rental to hit the tracks and ride, run or walk the Ruapehu Express?

The Ruapehu Express is on 25 February and is an amazing opportunity to head to the hills and explore some of the lesser-known tracks and trails of Tukino, Karioi and Rangataua.

Over the last six months Ngāti Rangi's Taiao team have been working closely with organisers to identify and mitigate any cultural and environmental concerns that could possibly arise from running such an event. This has not only helps us contribute to laying the foundations of our mahi around a large-scale events but also assists with further developing our expectations for any events being held in the rohe.

 

Through our mahi with the event management team, we have a TEN FREE ENTRIES and TEN FREE MOUNTAIN BIKE RENTALS to give away to uri.

Keen to get involved?

EMAIL events@ngatirangi.com with the names, addresses and daytime contact phone numbers for any whānau you would like to go into the draw to win one of the ten FREE entries and/or ten FREE BIKE RENTALS along with which leg of the Ruapehu Express you would like to enter them in: 58-kilometre &21-kilometre mountain bike or 16-kilometre & 21-kilometre run/walk by midday on 20 February.

Conditions: 
a) All entries will only be accepted by emailing events@ngatirangi.com and MUST be received by 12pm on Monday 20 February. All prizes will be drawn randomly under supervision with winners notified by 5pm, 20 February.
b) Entrants must be over eight-years-of-age
c) Entry passes and mountain bike rental prizes are transferable within whānau but may not be offered for sale and can only be used for the 2017 Ruapehu Express event

More information about this event can be found at ruapehuexpress.co.nz or on the Ruapehu Express Facebook page

Posted by 01 February 2017 15:39:00

NRT dates for 2017 including NRT Wānanga and Te Kāhui o Paerangi hui are set  

Keen to schedule up all this year's NRT Wānanga and Te Kāhui o Paerangi hui for the year. All the important dates on the Ngāti Rangi Trust calendar are now available for download by clicking either of the below links.

For quick reference our iwi hui are being held on the below dates (venue to be confirmed) and our Hui-ā-Tau (AGM) is on the 16th of September and is being hosted by Waimarino.

2017 Ngāti Rangi Trust Wānanga and Te Kāhui o Paerangi hui

18-19 Feb - Waimarino
8-9 April - Hautapu
17-18 June - Mangawhero
19-20 August - Whangaeheu
14-15 October - Hautapu
2-3 December - Mangawhero  

To download the 2017 Ngāti Rangi Trust calendar as a large PDF file please click HERE 

 

 

Posted by 19 January 2017 18:24:00

Upcoming NRT / RAL re license application hui 

While Ngāti Rangi objects to the way this application process has progressed we remain committed to an engagement plan with Ruapehu Alpine Lifts (RAL) in respect of their application for a new license in respect of the Turoa Ski Area. This allows Ngāti Rangi and RAL to work through the application in a planned and constructive way 

This coming Sunday our mahi continues with representatives from Ruapehu Alpine Lifts and the Department of Conservation coming to Maungārongo Marae to share more of their kōrero.
When: Sunday 20 November, 2016 
Where: Maungārongo Marae, 36 Burns Street, Ohakune
Time: The hui starts at 8.30am giving uri an opportunity to meet and have a brief discussion ahead of the pōwhiri for RAL and DOC at 9.30pm. The hui is scheduled to conclude around 2.30pm.

Lunch will be provided so for catering purposes, please contact Whetu Moataane on events@ngatirangi.com or phone the office.

For more information about this mahi please head to the dedicated Consultation section of our website HERE

Posted by 14 November 2016 13:11:00

1080 Community monitoring hīkoi on this Saturday 

Posted by 14 November 2016 13:08:00

New look Road to Settlement pānui is launched 

As the NRT Negotiation team work towards negotiating an innovative, pioneering and broad ranging settlement, which reflects “Ngāti
Rangitanga” and will advance the cultural, social, economic, environmental and political well being of Ngāti Rangi in the years ahead our new look Road to Settlement #4 highlights more of their mahi. To read the latest edition please click HERE For more information about all our settlement mahi head to the Treaty Section of our website under the About Us tab Ngā mihi

 

Posted by 30 October 2016 20:05:00

NRT encourages all Uri to make a submission 

As part of the Department of Conservation process, having announced THEIR intention to grant a licence concession to Ruapehu Alpine Lifts for Tūroa, submissions are CURRENTLY being taken from anyone in the community who wishes to express their views on the application.

Ngāti Rangi Trust OBJECTS to the way this application process has progressed as the Concession Officerʻs Report has NOT specifically discussed our views on the application and believe the application should not have been approved in principal and encourages all Uri to share their personal whakaaro with the Department.

Ngāti Rangi acknowledges its relationships with DOC and Ruapehu Alpine Lifts (RAL). Its relationship with RAL has led to positive initiatives such as the Kāhui Maunga Snow Academy and annual Puanga/Matariki Maunga community karakia.

Ngāti Rangi has agreed and remains committed to an engagement plan with RAL in respect of RAL's application for a new licence in respect of the Tūroa Ski Area ("application"). The engagement plan allows Ngāti Rangi and RAL to work through the application in a planned and constructive way. Ngāti Rangi had anticipated that this engagement process would be complete prior to DOC commencing its public notification of the application, but this has not proved to be the case.

Ngāti Rangi provides the following points of clarification regarding DOC's Notified Concession Officer's Report to the Decision Maker ("report") regarding the application:

The report does not accurately reflect the Ngāti Rangi relationship with Ruapehu, the Crown's assumption of control of the area that includes Tūroa ski field, or Ngāti Rangi's position in respect of the Application.
Ngāti Rangi has not agreed to DOC approving the Application "in principle" or to DOC publicly notifying the Application without a completed Cultural Impact Assessment and other relevant material. DOC has not yet engaged with Ngāti Rangi in relation to the content of the Application or the report, including the information DOC has recorded in the Appendix purporting to set out Ngāti Rangi's relationship and view of Ruapehu.
Ngāti Rangi remains in discussions with DOC and Ruapehu Alpine Lifts with respect to the Application. This statement is provided without prejudice to Ngāti Rangi's position.

Making a Personal Submission is simple...

To make an online submission please click here and then click the "Send to DOC" button by 5pm on 4 November, 2016
To download a hardcopy Submission Form, please click here and once completed, simply sign and send to The Department of Conservation by 5pm on 4 November, 2016. Like a hard copy version sent to you via mail? Feel free to drop into the office or call 0800 NRANGI. If it makes things easier? We are more than happy to post your Submission to DOC on your behalf.

To find out more about what is coming up as part of our Iwi consultation process please click HERE

Posted by 19 October 2016 09:19:00

Keen to learn more about Koro? 

Posted by 19 October 2016 09:13:00

Maunga Karakia (closing) date announced 

Posted by 19 October 2016 09:11:00
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