Dr Apirana Mahuika, Chairman of Te Runanganui o Ngati Porou provides an introductory korero to the December 2014 edition of Nati Link.
In this issue
Nati Insure: a collective approach to insurance launched, the re-launch of ngatiporou.com as a evolving digital platform, TRONPnui Hui a Tau, key dates for 2015 TRONPnui elections, photographs from the opening of C Company Memorial House and Nati Power joins Pa Wars.
Recently Pakirikiri marae in Tokomaru Bay set the scene for the launch of a collective Iwi Insurance programme which was primarily created to help Iwi kainga protect and maintain our most precious taonga for future generations.
On Friday 28th of November, 2014 ngatiporou.com (version 2.0) was launched into cyberspace.
Take a quick tour around ngatiporou.com - a constantly evolving platform.
The concept behind the Nati story section of ngatiporou.com was developed by young Ngati Porou historians Hirini Kaa and Michael Tamihere. In the following korero Michael outlines some of the thinking which inspired the first chapter of Nati story.
Tohunga, artists and community leaders of Ngati Porou descent were among those recently honoured for their contributions to preserving and promoting the future of high-quality Maori arts.
Next year Ngati Porou will have the opportunity to have their say to determine the outcome of the Te Runanganui o Ngati Porou elections. As well as also determining who will have overall responsibility over our $200 million plus asset base, and oversight of the three main TRONPnui subsidiaries
Building the Nati Nation, a high level overview of the Runanganui’s achievements, set the scene for the presentations which followed at the 2014 Hui a Tau.
TRONPnui CEO Teepa Wawatai outlines the framework for "Building the Nati Nation" a multi-generational strategic plan.
Nati Power could help your marae win Pa Wars....or at least some new mattresses and sheets.
Prime Minister John Key was among the new recruits who joined ‘Team Toka’ at the official launch of an exciting cross-sector initiative led by Te Runanganui o Ngati Porou.
Te Tumu Paeroa’s new online information and notification service is rolling out to Maori Land owners across the Tairawhiti and the rest of Aotearoa.
Ka tu te Whare Whakamaumahara i a Kamupene C hei taonga whakahi ma tatau, hei taonga korero ma nga uri whakaheke.
Tony Pereira (manager of Te Tini o Porou) shares with Nati Link readers a South Seas flavoured take on a popular Christmas/New Years hakari kai.
Reihana Tipoki (aka Boy Pakeha) was one of the horsemen who helped lead the march from Te Poho o Rawiri marae to C Company Memorial House on November 15th.