I believe in a collective. By that I mean we all stand as one, to strengthen us all. Leadership, teamwork, unity. One voice that echoes the same.

Annie Hearndon-Jones. He uri no Uenuku, Tamakana, Tamahaki.

Treaty Settlement

Treaty Settlement

Latest information on Treaty claims negotiations.

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Scholarship

Scholarship

Applications are open for the Mākōtuku Pure Capital Education Scholarship

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Tribal Register

Tribal Register

Register here as uri of Uenuku, Tamahaki and/or Tamakana.

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Rating of Whenua Māori changes

In February 2020, Māori Development and Local Government Minister Nanaia Mahuta announced significant changes to the rating of Māori land. The proposed legislative changes are part of the Government’s wider commitment to supporting whānau and regional development through whenua. Below is the link to the legislation that will come into force on 1 July 2021, and attached is TPKs

Mangapurua Track Closure

Mangapurua Track Friday 28 May 2021 The Mangapurua track from the Trig to the Bridge to Nowhere will be closed to cyclists and other users from Tuesday 8th June (after Queens Birthday weekend).  It is intended to reopen for Labour Weekend (22 October 2021).  All other cycle tracks in the area remain open including access

UCT Education Scholarship now open to all students

The Mākōtuku Pure Capital Education Scholarship is again being offered by Uenuku Charitable Trust (UTC) in partnership with international investment advisory firm Pure Capital. This scholarship is offered annually to registered beneficiaries of UTC who are currently enrolled in an educational institution. Expanded this year to include primary, secondary or tertiary level applicants, our aim