Nau mau, haere mai ki Te Kāhui Maru,
Te Iwi o Maruwharanui

Located within the natural flora and fauna of Tarata, adjacent to the shimmering hue of the Waitara river, is a marae local Iwi and Hapu call Te Upoko o te Whenua.

Akin to the Ngāti Maru Iwi, the marae has over a generation become the foundation of many whānau, most of whom have partaken in the development of what it stands for today, “a place they can call home”.

Voting for our initialled Deed of Settlement – Te Hiringa Taketake is now open.

Voting is open to adult registered members from Wednesday 9 September – Friday 16 October.

Find out more about how you can vote, what is included in this Deed of Settlement and our Five Ratification Information Hui you can attend across the North Island from 21 – 26 September 2020.

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Deed of Settlement – August 2020

Te Rūnanga o Ngāti Maru, through the Negotiations Team, has been negotiating with the Crown since 2016 in relation to the settlement of the historical claims of Ngāti Maru.

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Ngāti Maru Deed of Settlement – Te Hiringa Taketake

MARU ORA

MARU MUA

Understanding and learning from our history

MARU MURI

Strengthening Maru’s
future prosperity

MARU ROTO

Strengthening Maru within

MARU TAHA

Strengthening relationships and building connections

MARU PAE

Connection to place

MARU TIKETIKE

Reaching for the heavens

NGĀTI MARU HISTORY

Pare Hayward, Ngāti Maru uri and historian,
shares some history of Ngāti Te Ika.

 

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