Te Arawa


Te Kotahitanga o Te Arawa   -    Te Arawa Fisheries

The Te Arawa Fisheries Group manages fisheries assets on behalf of the iwi of Te Arawa. The proceeds are used for the benefit of all Te Arawa descendants.

An excellent resource for Te Arawa:  Latest News, Te Arawa Origins, Scholarships,   Iwi Partnership Program, Kaimoana for Tangihanga, Publications and Forms and more...

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Located upstairs at the Rotorua Public Library, the Don Stafford houses Local History, Tribal History, Maori Land Court Minutes, Te Rangikaheke Manuscripts, Maori Magazines and Newspapers, Whakapapa, and much more.

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A brilliant resource, the Hulton Patchell Ltd website provides details and individual webpages for many local Maori Incorporations, Trusts, Grants and Scholarships.

 

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A very informative site for Ngati Whakaue. View Whakapapa, Tribal Registration, History, Grants, Ngati Whakaue Education Endowment Trust, and more.

 

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Pukeroa Oruawhata Trust monitors the use of Ngati Whakaue lands donated by the tribe to Rotorua City. Information and Contact details. 

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Te Arawa Lakes Trust website provides information on the Trusts administration, Social Services, Employment and Training, the Te Arawa Youth Unit, Claims, Registration, and Contact details.

 

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