Nau mai e ngā uri whakaheke o Uenuku

Whanganui river Bill puts identity of iwi and sub-tribes ‘at risk’

The identity of Uenuku iwi and its sub-tribes will be compromised if the Whanganui River Settlement is passed in its current form, according to Uenuku Charitable Trust. Uenuku Charitable Trust is asking for a number of changes to the Te Awa Tupua river settlement Bill to avoid what it describes … Continue reading

Uenuku Charitable Trust Research Committee

Uenuku Charitable Trust Research Committee Nominations are sought for the Uenuku Charitable Trust (UCT) Research Committee, being established as part of the Negotiation Structure of UCT’s Treaty Settlement process. The Research Committee will comprise experienced and knowledgable researchers who will undertake research to assist the UCT Negotiation Team to assess … Continue reading

All-mountain ski passes for registered members

All-mountain ski passes for registered members Tēnā koutou, whānau. In recognition of Uenuku’s interest in the maunga, Uenuku Charitable Trust has a limited number of complimentary Season Passes and All-Mountain Day Passes for the 2016 ski season. These are for Uenuku uri who are registered with Uenuku Charitable Trust. These passes are … Continue reading

Crown Recognition of Mandate

Great news whanau, on the 20th June 2016 the Hon Christopher Finlayson and Hon Te Ururoa Flavell recognised the mandate of Uenuku Charitable Trust to represent the uri of Tamakana, Tamahaki and Uenuku (claimant community) in negotiations for the comprehensive settlement of all outstanding historical Treaty of Waitangi claims of … Continue reading

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