Unclaimed money register
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Te Ao Māori
Trusts & incorporations that have unclaimed dividends/monies can submit their lists to be included in a searchable register.  Search your name or your tūpuna to locate and/or update your interests.
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MLC Pānui - March 2023
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MLC Panui
 The National Pānui containing a schedule of all upcoming applications for hearing by the Māori Land Court for March 2023
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Te Matatini Festival — What its all about
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Waiata
Previously known as "The Polynesian Festival" .. in 2004, the name Te Matatini was given to the event by Professor; James Te Wharehuia Milroy, an expert in Maori language, tikanga and Māoridom,Te Mata meaning "the face" tini denoting "many" —translating the meaning of Te Matatini to "the many faces".
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Are trustees meeting their obligations?
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Trusts & Incorporations
Assessing whether a trustee is meeting their obligations is often misunderstood so lets look at the facts
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MLC Pānui - February 2023
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ourt The National Pānui containing a schedule of all upcoming applications for hearing by the Māori Land Court for February 2023
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A journey of reconnecting to your tūrangawaewae...
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Marae
To gain an understanding of your cultural identity, all roads eventually lead home to your turangawaewae, your place to stand, to belong.
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MLC Pānui - January 2023
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  The National Pānui containing a schedule of all upcoming applications for hearing by the Māori Land Court for January 2023...
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Kia Pupu Ake Te Reo - Te Reo Māori Kura Pō Online Learning Programme
NZ Maori Council
Te Ao Māori
Kia Pupu Ake Te Reo - Te Reo Māori Kura Pō Online Learning Programme (google.com) Nau mai, hāere mai, piki mai koutou te hunga ngākaunui ki tō tātau Reo me ōnā huhua katoa. Are you ready to learn Te Reo Māori or strengthen the reo that you have? Do you want to learn with like minded people in a relaxed and informative environment? Do you have acces...
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MLC Pānui - December 2022
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 The National Pānui containing a schedule of all upcoming applications for hearing by the Māori Land Court for December 2022
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The Native Tuatara
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Taiao (Environment)
Imagine being the last representatives surviving 60 million years after all other members of your species became extinct! The Tuatara is that reptile and one can only imagine what the whakapapa would look like for our living fossils of today.
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He kākano āhau - Stan Walker
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Waiata
One of the waiata that cement Stan as a modern day leader in the normalization of te reo
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Waiata o te wiki - "Pokarekare Ana"
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Waiata
I wouldn't call it a national anthem … I think it's deeper than that. – Howard Morrison (nzonscreen.com)It's a mesmerizing type of melody ... It's easily remembered, most of the pertinent words are easily remembered and I think even for the hardened kiwi who's singing it, it still conjures up some interior view that that person holds for this country that we're in.– Late broadcaster Henare Te Ua (nzonscreen.com)
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MLC Pānui - November 2022
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 The National Pānui containing a schedule of all upcoming applications for hearing by the Māori Land Court for November 2022
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Whakarewarewa Village Trust
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Trusts & Incorporations
Whakarewarewa Village Trust is an Ahu Whenua Trust established prior to significant development in Whakarewarewa VIllage.
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MLC Pānui - October 2022
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The National Pānui containing a schedule of all upcoming applications for hearing by the Māori Land Court for October 2022 
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Beyond the Waharoa
Tangata Whenua Network
Marae
Are you Māori enough? Do you speak Māori? Is your skin too pale to be Māori? Do you wonder about your percentage of Māori? 
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Guide Sophia
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Tīpuna/Tūpuna
Mary Sophia Hinerangi Gray, also known as Te Paea, was the principal tourist guide of the Pink and White Terraces at Lake Rotomahana before the eruption of Mt Tarawera in 1886, and later guided at Whakarewarewa.
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MLC Pānui - September 2022
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The National Pānui containing a schedule of all upcoming applications for hearing by the Māori Land Court for September 2022
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He Tohu - Korero with Anne Salmond
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Tāngata (People)
How did the Declaration of Independence come about? The Treaty was written in a couple of days, was it a bit rushed? Why was the English translation so difficult to get right? Who were the Rangatira that influenced you?
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Whakatauki o te wiki
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Māoritanga
This whakatauki 'He kai kei aku ringa' which means, 'there is food in my hands.' signifies resilience, empowerment, hope and the economic self-determination of Māori. It refers to the ability to use the skills and resources they have to create success. It's about being responsible for the resources and capabilities one needs to grow and develop. (inspiringcommunities.co.nz)
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Mauri Tau
Tangata Whenua Network
Hauora
Hā- Breathe into the wairua of Rongo- mā- Tāne (Atua of Peace) , and with your exhale release the business of your day to Papatūānuku (Our Earth Mother).  Take a moment to breathe, ground and reconnect to you.
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He Waiata - Muramura
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Waiata
A beautiful upbeat waiata to uplift spirits and fun to learn with whanau and friends!
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Preserve Your Memories
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Tāngata (People)
Memories matter!We all have a box full of old images or audio that tells a story about your whänau. Traditional waiata documents our history, and recalls the past through mentions of tupuna, major hui or events and places in Aotearoa.
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He Tohu: Korero with Dame Anne Salmond
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Te Ao Māori
How did the Declaration of Independence come about? The Treaty was written in a couple of days, was it a bit rushed? Why was the English translation so difficult to get right? Hear a kōrero with Dame Anne Salmond, anthropologist and historian. Excerpts from this interview appear in kōrero which are part of the He Tohu exhibition. "...on the marae you can be very forthright, you can be very robust, but on the whole you don't delve into the depths of personal... you listen while people are talking, you listen."
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