WE SIGNED TE TIHI O TE RAE

On Saturday, after generations of mamae, we received our apology and signed our deed of settlement of historical Treaty of Waitangi claims at a ceremony at Raetihi Marae. Te Korowai o Wainuiārua (TKOW) comprises three iwi: Tamahaki, Tamakana and Uenuku ki Manganui-o-te-Ao, nā Tūkaihoro. Our area of interest covers approximately 613,000 hectares and includes the central…

Treaty Settlement

Treaty Settlement

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We Signed Te Tihi o te Rae

On Saturday, after generations of mamae, we received our apology and signed our deed of settlement of historical Treaty of Waitangi claims at a ceremony at Raetihi Marae. Te Korowai o Wainuiārua (TKOW) comprises three iwi: Tamahaki, Tamakana and Uenuku ki Manganui-o-te-Ao, nā Tūkaihoro. Our area of interest covers approximately 613,000 hectares and includes the central

Let your voice be heard

Consultation Closing Soon! You have one week left to have your say in the National Park name correction Kia ora whānau, many of you may already be aware that Te Korowai o Wainuiārua has called for National Park and its railway station to revert to the historic name Waimarino, which was changed after a shipment

Ngā Mihi o te Tau Hou

Ngā mihi o te tau hou, whānau! As the sun sets on 2023, we celebrate a year that has seen the hard work of many come to fruition through the signing of our Deed of Settlement – Te Tihi o te Rae. What a milestone in the journey of our people! We now stand together

Kaumātua Whanaungatanga

Kaumātua Travel to Waiouru and Celebrate Christmas Together Last week, the Waiouru Army Museum was filled with songs from Raetihi School kapa haka as they paid tribute to the 28th Māori Battalion. The moving performance was witnessed by staff, kaumātua and visitors alike. The Museum’s Education Team had worked closely with Raetihi School throughout the