Ka pari te tai whakamiha ka whati ki runga ki a tātou, ngā uri o Tapuika Nui a Tia. Nei rā te reo manahau, te reo aumihi ki a koutou katoa e hono nei ki ngā kōrero o te wā.
E te whānau, we have a few pānui below for you. Please feel free to email or phone the tari if you have any pātai.
1. AFFCO Consents to Discharge into Kaituna - Hui
Date: Thursday 17th February 2022
Venue: Tapuika Iwi Authority Office, 46 Jellicoe Street, Te Puke (entrance on Palmer Court)
Kaupapa: BOPRC received 30 submissions and of these 19 were Tapuika whānau. This hui is to bring these whānau together and those who tautoko this kaupapa, in the lead up to the pre-hearing at Orchard Church on Tuesday 22 February 2022. Nau mai, haere mai.
2. Tapuika Iwi Aspirations Survey – We need your input
Closing Date: Thursday 17th February 2022
We are currently gathering whānau feedback to guide the strategic plan and we are encouraging as many whānau as possible to click the link and complete the Tapuika Iwi Aspirations Survey. It would be great if you could find time to complete this and also forward it on to your whānau members to complete. Closing date for online is this Thursday, 17th February.
3. Tapuika Iwi Authority AGM 2021 - Online
Date: Saturday 19th February 2022
Venue: Zoom Webinar To Register: CLICK THIS LINK
Kaupapa: The 2021 Tapuika Iwi Authority & Fisheries Trust Plus subsidiaries, Annual General
Meeting. Click here to view the Agenda https://www.tapuika.iwi.nz/202...
4. Tapuika Whānau Environmental Forum – Hui
Date: Sunday 13th March 2022
Venue: Tapuika Iwi Authority Office
Registration: Register your interest by emailing the tari
Whānau interested in water, whenua, and other taiao matters in the Takapū, come along for a kōrero and bring with you any take/whakaaro you have about any taiao matters that you think need to be addressed. Nau mai, haere mai.
5. Rangiuru Business Park – Update
To date 7 areas containing archeological features have been located within the development. The most recent sites comprise several crop storage pits, smaller bin pits and post holes. An As per your direction at the whānau hui held at Tia Marae on 23rd January 2022, an Auckland based osteologist has been contacted to carry out the analysis of the kōiwi found and we will keep the whānau updated as we are notified.
Heoi anō e te whānau, koirā noa iho ngā kōrero mō tēnei wā. If you have any pātai, tukuna mai.
Mauri ora ki a tātou.