Last of the


Gumdiggers

Charlie Petera, the final member of the 28th Maori Battalion A-Company has died at his home in Ngataki

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The Great


Humpback Whale Trail

See regular updates as research scientists trace the whale's migration route between the Kermadec Is. and the Antarctic

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Deed of Settlement Enacted as Law

Following a successful reading on September 9, the Te Hiku Settlement BIll passed into law.

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Tohu talk all about our logo

Our logo is layered with meaning and symbolism that speaks to our identity as Ngāti Kuri.

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Our Rohe a piece of home

The Ngāti Kuri Rohe extends to some of Aotearoa's most picturesque places. (Photos: Tamati Norman)

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Who We Are as an Iwi

Kia ora koutou. Nau mai haere mai.

Ngāti Kuri are descended from the original inhabitants, the founding peoples of the northernmost peninsula of Aotearoa, in Te Hiku o Te Ika.

Today we have a strong core of kaumatua and kuia living in our rohe, and many of our whanau are all over Aotearoa and the world. In part this site represents an effort to virtually gather our whanau home and to provide a space were they and the world can see our strategic vision in action.

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The Ngāti Kuri Trust Board

The board represents the interests of Nga Uri o Ngāti Kuri. As an elected body, it is our responsibility to exercise tino rangatiratanga, to protect our cultural identity and authority as kaitiaki of our rohe, and to build the capability of our whanau, hapu and marae so we achieve optimal quality of life.

Ngāti Kuri are self-sufficient, strong and thriving.
Ma te huruhuru, ka rere te manu me whakahoki mai te mana ki te whanau, hapu, iwi.
(adorn the bird with feathers so it can fly and return the mana to us)

To strengthen and uphold the health and well-being of Ngati Kuri whanau, hapu and iwi.
Náu te rourou, naku te rourou, ka ora ai te Iwi.
(together we will get there)

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