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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Exciting Mahi Opportunities

Exciting Mahi Opportunities

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Tribal Register

Tribal Register

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

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NEW UENUKU BOARD CONFIRMED

The following Uenuku Board of Trustees has been confirmed following the first AGM of the Charitable Trust on 12 July 2015 and a Special General Meeting at Raetihi Pā on 23 August 2015: Aiden Gilbert (Ngāti Tara hapū representative) Moana Dawson (Ngāti Māringi hapū representative) Mahanga Williams (Ngāti Tamakana hapū representative) Clyde Connell (Ngāti Tūkaiora

He Whiritaunoka: The Whanganui Land Report

Wai 903 Waitangi Tribunal Report Release He Whiritaunoka: The Whanganui Land Report 22 October 2015 Putiki Marae, Whanganui Tentative Program Brief: Please note that this program is subject to change Day One: 21 October 2015 8.30 am Setup and preparation Putiki Marae 1.30 pm Travel – Bus/buses will depart designated areas to arrive at accommodation

UENUKU’S POPULATION

Kia Hiwa Ra! Kia Hiwa Ra! People tell us Uenuku Iwi population is 40,000 strong. The time is now to stand up and be counted. UCT needs its registered adult members to tell us the number of children in your whanau. Why? According to Statistics NZ, Uenuku Iwi population is recorded with other Whanganui Iwi

Whanganui Iwi Nau Mai! Haere Mai!

Whanganui Iwi Nau Mai! Haere Mai! Tangi wheorooro atu ana te pūkaea naa Te Awanui ā Rua, Ki koutou ee ngaa manga iti, e ngaa manga nui o te ara whanaungatanga, Mai ara raa te tiipua, mai ara raa te taawhito, Kuu ea te whanga nui, te whanga roa aa te tini, aa te mano.