Upcoming Trust Deed changes and AGM

January 27, 2021

Upcoming Trust Deed changes and AGM

Te Kotahitanga o Te Arawa Waka Fisheries Trust Board (the Trust Board) presented, for discussion, proposed changes to the trust deed at the annual general meeting held on 3 October 2020 as a result of a review of the trust deed. 

The trust deed had not been reviewed or amended since 2010.  The Trust Board undertook a review to modernise and update the trust deed.

The proposed changes have been available from the Trust Board since the October 2020 AGM for review and feedback.

The Trust Board now wishes to obtain approval for the proposed changes in accordance with the requirements of the current trust deed.



Casting your Ballot Vote

To vote, you must be registered. New registrations must be received by the Trust Board no later than 5PM, Wednesday 17 February 2021 to enable sufficient time to verify registrants (as per the Trust Deed). Head to our website to register.

To check you are registered, or to update address / personal info, call the office on 07 349 3227 before 5PM, Wednesday 17 February 2021.

Votes can be sent to the returning officer via NZ Post (return address envelopes will be provided with voting slips),online (voting slips will have a unique number to log in and cast your vote), Hand delivered to our office by 5:00pm Friday 26th March 2021, or at our AGM on Saturday 27th March – Otamarakau Marae, via ballot box. Should the AGM be postponed, the returning officer will be situated at the Te Arawa Fisheries Head Office.

If you require any assistance with voting please call our hotline on 0800 922 822.
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