Notice of Annual General Meetings and Whānau Day
The Ngāti Apa ki te Rā Tō Whānau Day will be held at Omaka Marae on Saturday 29th August 2015.
Notice is hereby given of the 3rd Annual General Meeting for the Ngāti Apa ki te Rā Tō Post-Settlement Trust to be held on Sunday, 30th August 2015 at 11:30am.
Notice is hereby given of the 22nd Annual General Meeting of the Ngāti Apa ki te Rā Tō Charitable Trust Sunday, 30th August 2015 at 1.00pm.
Both meetings will be held at Omaka Marae, Aerodrome Road Blenheim.
10.30am: Members Forum
11.30am: Post-Settlement Trust AGM
* Financial Reports
1.00pm: Charitable Trust AGM
* Trust Annual Report
* Ngāti Apa ki te Rā Tō Investments Limited – Annual Report
* Ngāti Apa ki te Rā Tō Asset Holding Company – Report
* General Business
Iwi members wishing to attend the Whānau Day and AGM are eligible for transport assistance from both North and South Islands, and accommodation is available at Omaka Marae. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or Freephone 0800 578 900 for more information.
Literacy & Numeracy Programme
The programme is for those who are already employed or in the workforce and want to improve their literacy and numeracy skills which can help to improve future employment opportunities.
We have 14 places available to Ngāti Apa ki te Rā Tō iwi members throughout the country.
If you would like to know more or register for consideration, please contact Lynne Owen at email@example.com
You are invited to join this year’s Ngā Whetū Hei Whai: Charting Pathways for Māori Industry Futures Conference for 2015, at the Claudelands Event Centre in Hamilton, 31st August-1st September 2015.
The theme of Ngā Whetū Hei Whai: Charting Pathways for Māori Industry Futures Conference 2015 is about setting a course that will influence our future.
Coming together are stunning leaders of our Māori economy, and global economic leaders who will challenge our current thinking and influence our future. Our leadership of tomorrow will also be in the same room, to inspire their current thinking and influence their futures.
For more information contact Karleen Everitt on
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Kua Takoto To Mānuka
C.A.R.E Marlborough and Te Hauora o Ngāti Rarua have the privilege of promoting Like Minds like Mine, Mental Health, within Marlborough. The aim of C.A.R.E Marlborough and Te Hauora o Ngāti Rarua is to increase social inclusion and reduce stigma and discrimination for all people who experience mental distress within the Community.
The programme will profile existing community leaders and tāngata whaiora who are willing to tell their stories so that living with a mental distress is better ‘appreciated’ within our communities.
Encouraging people to access community support is recognized as an effective way to promote and enhance people’s experiences of social inclusion and participation. This support by the community has a number of advantages.
- It enhances Service User’s connections and relationships with others.
- It strengthens and builds those same communities.
- It challenges stigma and discrimination
- It helps normalize the experience of Mental Distress or addiction issues.
- It increases Social Inclusion.
For more information, please contact: Larna MacDonald or Ron Riwaka on (03) 577 8404
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