Ngāti Tama ki Te Tauihu Communications; Hui, Events and Pānui for our members and Tama Group.
Te Pūtahitanga o Te Waipounamu is the Whānau Ora Commissioning Agency for the South Island. The commissioning agency model contributes to realising the power of Whānau Ora by developing strategies based on four guiding principles:
- Kotahitanga – collaborative approach to integrated solutions and delivery
- Kāinga focus – local solutions. Whānau initiated solutions are best.
- Panoni hou – innovation through investing in new solutions, encouraging social innovation and entrepreneurship to incentivise new services, new approaches and integrated solutions
- Kōkiritanga – partnering for success
Te Pūtahitanga o Te Waipounamu, works to support and enable whānau to create sustained social impact. We do this by developing and investing in ideas and initiatives to improve outcomes for Māori, underpinned by whānau-centred principles and strategies.
As a result of our successful #Manaaki20 campaign identifying the need to support whānau through the long-term impact of COVID-19 an exciting new role has been created.
Study New Zealand Certificate in Ngā Toi LEVEL 3
Start 17 July 2020
Experience and learn Ngā Toi consistent with te reo me ona tikanga Māori.
Through this new programme you will learn to explore your own Ngā Toi work and the work of others to identify artistic variation and evolution, and to demonstrate introductory art form practices in artistic and creative processes, tikanga, and project management, across a range of Toi Māori.
More information here: https://www.nmit.ac.nz/…/new-zealand-certificate-in-nga-to…/
The Marlborough District Council 2020-2021 Annual Plan includes:
- Highlights of major areas of expenditure.
- The activities Council is to undertake in the 2020-21 year, levels of service to be provided and the measurement thereof.
- Council’s programme of asset renewal and improvement.
- The budgeted cost of undertaking the activities and related asset renewals and improvements.
- The means of financing the cost of those activities and assets, including rates, fees, charges and debt.
Download the whole document
Part 1 contains:
- Mayor’s Introduction
- Elected Council Members
- Result of Consultation
- Financial Overview
- Annual Plan Disclosure Statement for the Period Commencing on 1 July 2020
Part 2 contains:
Activity Groups and Activities
- Democratic Process
- Culture and Heritage
- Housing for Seniors
- Community Support
- Library Services
- Emergency Management
- Community Facilities
- Roads and Footpaths
- Flood Protection and Control Works
- Sewerage Including Treatment and Disposal
- Stormwater Drainage
- Water Supply
- Solid Waste Management Environmental Management
- Environmental Management
- Environmental Policy
- Environmental Science and Monitoring
- Resource Consents
- Environmental Protection
- Biosecurity (Pest Management)
- Building Control
- Environmental Health
- Animal Control
- Regional Development
Part 3 contains:
- Statement of Comprehensive Revenue and Expense
- Statement of Other Comprehensive Revenue and Expense
- Statement of Changes in Net Assets/Equity
- Statement of Financial Position
- Statement of Cash Flows
- Notes to Financial Statements
- Statement of Accounting Policies
- Funding Impact Statement
- Assumptions, Disclosures and Compliance
Part 4 contains:
- Rates Funding Impact Statement
- Rate Movements 2020-21
- Indicative Impacts on Benchmark Properties
- Council Committees and Members
- Ward Boundaries
- Council Staff Structure
- MDC Directory
- Glossary of Terms
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Rate Funding Allocations
The rate funding allocations summary page contains documents illustrating General-type Rates, General-type Charges, Targeted Rates and Charges and Services Charges sources for the various activities/services provided by Council each year.
Your Rates Forecast
Manawhenua ki Mohua are looking for a Whānau Ora Navigator to join the team
Whānau Ora Navigator is to provide key activities to support whānau to be self-determining including, but not limited to:
- Identify whānau current circumstances and steps to achieve aspirations
- Navigate services and opportunities around whānau, enabling whānau to be more self-managing and responsible for their economic, cultural and social development and well-being.
- Support whānau to identify strengths within whānau, facilitate and mentor whānau to identify aspirations, and draw on a range of approaches to support whānau in achieving their aspirations.
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org for details
Applications close Wednesday 15th July
Ngāti Tama ki Te Waipounamu Trust would like to hear from you, our iwi members.
Take part in Ngāti Tama’s first CENSUS so we can plan the next 10 years with whānau in mind.
We are capturing whānau information in our first official member count. It takes a snapshot of our registered iwi members in New Zealand, abroad and the places where we live.
This census and will be done regularly to help understand how our iwi changes over time. We encourage all our members 13 years and older to participate, if you have rangatahi in your household who are Ngāti Tama, please get them to complete the census.
This information will help inform Ngāti Tama’s strategic direction for the next 10 years in areas such as education, health, housing and Te Reo me ōna Tikanga to name a few.
Kaumātua and some whānau will be sent printed copies of the census. If you would like a printed copy, please contact the office.
For help completing this form contact Ngāti Tama office on:
- 0800 8262 494
- (03) 548 1740 or
See here for a copy of our privacy statement and FAQ
Project Moturoa – Kaitaiaki Whenua Trainee Ranger programme still open for registrations for a short time
Kia ora koutou,
Project Moturoa is full steam ahead for a June start. Applications are still open. The course starts on 15 June, however there is a window of a couple of weeks where participants can join the programme. There are 12 students enrolled which is great, and room for more. This is an amazing opportunity for Maori learners to be exposed to a conservation programme with a strong focus on Te Ao Maori. This is a fees free eligible programme which is full time, with a mix of classroom, field, and marae-based learning.
Please encourage whanau to enrol online here https://www.nmit.ac.nz/study/programmes/kaitiaki-whenua-trainee-ranger/
A handbook outlining the course programme can be found here https://www.nmit.ac.nz/assets/Uploads/Forms-and-guides/Supporting-documents/Moturoa-Project-eHandbook.pdf and is also attached as a PDF.
If you or someone you know who would like to enrol have any questions and would like to speak with the programme coordinator directly, please contact Pene on email@example.com or phone 0223119458.
He mihi maioha,
Tēnā koutou e te iti, e te rahi e whakarauika mai nei ki tēnei marae kōrero o Ngāti Tama. Tuatahi, me huri ō tātou ngākau ki te hunga kua nunumi atu ki te pō, haere, oti atu rā. Ko rātou te hunga wairua ki rātou, ko tātou ngā mahuetanga iho o rātou mā, tēnā koutou, tēnā tātou katoa.
Welcome to this platform to help us ‘hiki wairua’ – boost our spirits and encourage us to keep doing what we’re doing during this trying time of the Covid-19 lockdown. We will take this opportunity to provide ‘food for thought’ with some snippets from our local history in Te Tauihu, discussion about place names and customs, some Māori language tips, waiata and karakia.
Te Hiki Wairua o Ngāti Tama ki Te Tauihu gives whānau the opportunity to connect with their whakapapa and iwi through stories, information and teachings. This pānui will be a regular segment, each week focusing on different aspects of Ngāti Tama, we welcome whānau contribution.