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Annual General Meeting

VENUE:        Pounamunui Marae, Whangamoa Drive, Okere Falls, Rotorua

DATE:           Sunday 8 December 2019

TIME:            10am - 12:30pm

 

Agenda

 

  1. Mihimihi
  2. Karakia
  3. Apologies
  4. Minutes of Previous Meeting
  5. Chairman’s Report
  6. Te Arawa Management Limited Chairman’s Report
  7. Te Komiti Whakahaere Chairman’s Report
  8. CEO Report
  9. Financial Report
  10. Resolution – Approve Appointment of Auditor
  11. General Business

 

 

Nā Tā Toby Curtis

Chairman

Te Arawa Lakes Trust

 

Te Arawa Management Ltd developments

03/04/2018

Te Arawa Management Ltd has a new director with David Tapsell joining Tanira Kingi, Geoff Rolleston, Lana Ngawhika and Mana Newton (chair) on the Board.   David is well known to many of us. The Ngāti Whakaue commercial lawyer has been on the board of the Pukeroa Oruawhata Group, Te Puia and Waihunuhunukuri Holdings for some…

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Fisheries bylaws close next week

03/02/2018

Our vision is that the Te Arawa taonga fishery is healthy, plentiful and sustainably managed, to ensure that our people have appropriate access to this fishery and that our tikanga and customary practices are promoted and recognised.” Tā Toby, Feb 2018. The key considerations for Te Kōmiti Whakahaere in the development of the proposed freshwater fishery…

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Change of name for Kaitiaki Wānanga

03/01/2018

We have heard that hunga tiaki is the appropriate term for a Te Arawa tangata/wahine taking care of the taiao hence the name change! Our hunga tiaki wānanga have so far resulted in the establishment of the Climate Change working group, Harry Carson (intern at BOPRC) produced a review of Iwi Managements to identify how…

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Climate change poses genuine threat to Te Arawa

03/12/2017

Rising sea levels, greater fluctuations of lake levels and increasing water temperatures pose a genuine threat to many hapū and their tāonga around the Te Arawa rohe, and a new group established to address these concerns has already identified key areas where it can make an impact. The Te Arawa Climate Change working group, established…

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TALT to embark on Cultural Health Assessment project

03/11/2017

We are embarking on a long term project to measure and monitor the health of our lakes, rivers, streams and wetlands, from a cultural point of view. We want to develop a way of doing so that is simple, measurable, and recognises the different ways in which whānau at each lake know that the environment…

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Developing a Te Arawa Lakes Trust Iwi Management Plan

03/10/2017

Over the next few months we will be preparing a concise Iwi Management Plan to voice the overarching policy direction for the Te Arawa Lakes, particularly where generalities apply, and consistency is required (e.g. lakes structures, surface water activities, pest plants and animals). We will use this plan to: give stronger and more tangible effect…

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Resource consents and the RMA

03/09/2017

There has been a steady reduction of resource consent applications for lake structures since the cultural values work begun. May last year saw 51 consent applications for new and modified lake structures, compared to 26 currently being processed. Jetties make up approximately 90% of the applications. Tangata whenua participation in the cultural mapping project has…

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Proposed Te Arawa fisheries bylaw to protect freshwater taonga for the future

03/08/2017

The Ministry for Primary Industries has publicly notified proposed new Te Arawa Lakes Fisheries Bylaws, which aim to protect the sustainability of freshwater taonga species and recognise traditional Te Arawa fishery practices. The proposed bylaws have been developed by Te Komiti Whakahaere, the Te Arawa Fisheries Committee, which sits within Te Arawa Lakes Trust. They…

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Te Arawa working group formed to combat climate change

03/07/2017

A new working group has been set up to help Te Arawa iwi and hapū with the growing issue of tackling climate change. The Te Arawa Climate Change Working Group has been established following feedback from iwi and hapū and aims to ensure tangata whenua are leading the discussions about what can be done on…

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