The Rotorua Reorua quarterly fund of $2000 is again available. This little pūtea may help towards upcoming Rotorua community events scheduled for Te Wiki o te reo Māori which runs from 12 - 18 September. We accept applications in te reo Māori and English. Visit https://b...
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Te Tatau o Te Arawa voting papers have been counted and the 2022 – 2025 rangatahi representatives are Te Waiarangi Merito and Kahutapeka Ututaonga.  Voting closed at midday. (05 August 2022) Election Services’ Dale Ofsoske, who is the Chief Returning Officer for Te...
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Outgoing Te Tatau o Te Arawa rangatahi representative, Danielle Marks, has some words of wisdom for the four wāhine vying for a spot on the board. Kahutapeka Ututaonga, Te Waiarangi Collier-Merito, Maringi James and Tara Sears are contending for the two rangatahi posit...
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Thank you to all our whanaunga of Te Arawa who gave us a heads up about an omission in the recent Te Tatau o Te Arawa Rangatahi election form mailout. Unfortunately, the online voting credentials (access voting code and password) in that correspondence were missed out in the...
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A Board election has been called for registered Te Arawa members to pick two rangatahi representatives for Te Tatau o Te Arawa before voting closes at midday on Friday, 05 August 2022. Board positions for the other 12 roles have been duly elected unopposed as candidate numbe...
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The Matariki 2022 Rotorua Reorua Fund of $10,000 was set up to support Te Arawa led or co-led Matariki projects that authentically recognise and celebrate te wā o Matariki - including the first ever official public holiday on June 24.  Te Tatau o Te Arawa and Rotorua L...
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Te Tatau o Te Arawa is calling for candidates to put their names forward for the Board's upcoming election.  Nominations open on 11 May 2022.  Click here to read the full e-newsletter including a call from manahautū, Jude Pani, and outgoing board member, Eugene Be...
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A special one-off fund is now available to Rotorua community initiatives that support Rotorua Reorua and celebrate this year’s first official Matariki public holiday on 24 June.Te Tatau o Te Arawa and Rotorua Lakes Council are pleased to announce the creation of a jointly ...
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Te Tatau o Te Arawa is urging our people to have their say on the Rotorua District Council (Representation Arrangements) Bill before submissions close on 20 April 2022.  Over the Easter break, Te Tatau o Te Arawa has written a submission in support of the Bill and we ar...
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The Local Government Commission has reached a decision on the Rotorua Lakes Council’s representation arrangement for the district, which will include three Māori seats in the upcoming local election. Published yesterday, the decision under section 19R of the Local Elector...
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