Te Tatau o Te Arawa has compiled its annual report for 2021 to present to Te Arawa uri at its upcoming AGM on 14 December from 4:30pm.  The hui will be held at GHA on Fenton Street. Due to limited space (up to 25 people) Te Tatau o Te Arawa has organised for the meeting...
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Tēnā tātau katoa, Te Tatau o Te Arawa will be holding its AGM from 4:30 pm on 14 December 2021 at GHA, 1108 Fenton Street, Rotorua. The hui will be live-streamed via the Te Tatau o Te Arawa Facebook page. The AGM will cover: ·  Minutes from the 2020 AGM · ...
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Te Tatau o Te Arawa is urging Rotorua district councillors to vote carefully on a recommendation that would guarantee only one Māori seat on Rotorua Lakes Council. Tomorrow (19 Nov 2021), Full Council will revisit the 2022 Representation Review and consider a Stra...
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More than 20 mandated Te Arawa entities have endorsed Te Tatau o Te Arawa’s submission to the Rotorua Lakes Council about the make-up of its elected representatives. Every six years councils are required by the Local Electoral Act 2001 to review their representation arrang...
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An anonymous letter criticising a Rotorua kuia for flying the United Tribes and Tino Rangatiratanga flags on her property has been forwarded to the Race Relations Commission. Local, Jenny Jones, was disgusted by the letter. Her mokopuna, Kahutapeka Ututaonga, who's a Te Tata...
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Media Release

In recognition of this year’s Māori Language Moment, Te Tatau o Te Arawa has established a fund to support iwi, hapū and community-led reorua events and activities. The charitable trust leads Rotorua Reorua with support from Rotorua Lakes Council which made the declarati...
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A partnership agreement is being signed tomorrow (27 July) between the Te Mānuka Partnership, which consists of Te Tatau o Te Arawa, Datacom, Toi Ohomai and Rotorua Economic Development to work towards the establishment of a contact centre. It signals a commitment from all ...
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Come join us!

May 19, 2021
Te Tatau o Te Arawa board members are encouraging descendants who are free from midday on Friday (21 May 2021) to join them to attend the Rotorua Lakes Council’s Māori Wards meeting in the Council Chamber. At the hui, councillors will decide whether to establish Māori Wa...
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A hui to reach a decision on whether to introduce Māori Wards in Rotorua will be live-streamed on Friday, 21 May 2021. The public meeting, which is due to start at midday and end at 2pm that day, will be held at the Rotorua Lakes Council.The council confirmed the hui would ...
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Te Arawa uri (descendants) have reached a decision on whether Māori wards should be established in the Rotorua District thanks to a Māori Wards consultation led by Te Tatau o Te Arawa. Based on consultation and feedback from Te Arawa, Te Tatau o Te Arawa recommends th...
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