TE KOTAHITANGA O TE ARAWA WAKA FISHERIES TRUST

Ehara taku toa i te toa takitahi engari he toa takitini

We come together not with our own strengths, but bring with us the strengths of our iwi, hapu and whanau together

FOR THE BENEFIT OF TE ARAWA IWI


Staying in touch with our iwi about what we do is important so we are keen to encourage as many of our people to register. Please complete a registration form to be added to our database and ensure you receive your benefits.All our current distributions are under review, please email for more information on this process or how to apply.

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TE ARAWA FISHERIES IWI PARTNERSHIP PROGRAMME

He takoha na nga taonga o Tangaroa
Sustenance from the children of Tangaroa.

The Te Arawa Fisheries Iwi Partnership Programme seeks to establish partnerships between Te Arawa Fisheries and Representative Iwi Organisations that will deliver community projects that provide direct social benefits to iwi members. Talk to your Representative Iwi Organisation if you have a project that might be suitable. For more information on who your Iwi Representative is please contact our office.Download the application form and when completed please submit it to by email or you can drop it into our office.

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KAIMOANA FOR TANGIHANGA

Ahakoa he iti, he pounamu
However small, it is precious (every contribution is appreciated)

We provide 20kg of frozen fish fillets for all tangihanga held on a Te Arawa Marae or 10kg of Fish fillets for all tangihanga held at home within the Te Arawa region.
Please call 07 349 3227 (during business hours) with details of the tangihanga to arrange collection.
Please do not contact others to make these arrangements.
Please note the following:


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KOHA

Piki kau ake te whakaaro pai, hauhake tonu iho
When a good thought comes up it is harvested, a good idea should be used immediately
Ma te hikoi tahi me te iwi, ka taea te arahi i a ratau
To lead the people is to walk alongside them

We provide small koha to events that support Te Arawa iwi members directly.  This fund is only for kaupapa that fit strict guidelines set out by our Trustees and must benefit the wider Te Arawa community and not individuals or individual whānau Should you wish to apply for a koha please contact our Office Administrator to discuss the process.   


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pānui

Te manu e kai ana i te miro nona te ngahere, ko te manu e kai ana i te matauranga nona te ao.

The bird that consumes the miro berry, owns the forest, the bird that consumes education owns the world.