The great River flows from the mountains to the sea
The small and large streams that flow into one another form one River
Following on from the national Wai Māori hui hosted in Whanganui in January, a regional hui has been organised to ensure that iwi, hapū and whānau of the Te Ranga Tupua region (South Taranaki, Whanganui, Ruapehu, Rangitikei) are provided with up-to-date information about the current resource management and water reforms being progressed by the Crown.
For more information about the hui including agenda, please click here.
Please note that due to the ongoing caution being encouraged around Covid-19, we will require attendees to register their attendances.
If you are unwell, please remain at home and join us via Zoom.
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Ngā manga iti, ngā manga nui e honohono kau ana hei Awa Tupua.
Please find below the latest Annual Report and Supplementary Documents for Ngā Tāngata Tiaki for the period 2019/2020.
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Annual Report 2019/2020
Mouri Awa, Mouri Tangata, Mouri Ora - The health and wellbeing of the Awa, the health and wellbeing of the iwi.
Ngā Tāngata Tiaki o Whanganui would like to share with you our plan for the next year.
A Summary Report for He Waka Pakoko is now available!
More than 160 uri participated in the two day hui at Pūtiki Marae in March, to share their aspirations for Te Awa Tupua and our people for the next 20 years.
The report has attempted to weave the many strands of kōrero together into key themes and can be found here.