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Tūhoronuku IMA Information: Hui Presentation

Tūhoronuku IMA presentation for Ngāpuhi descendents, attending information hui, outlining the election and appointment process and how they can participate.

Kaumatua Kuia Hui on Deed of Mandate amendments presentation

Ngāpuhi Kaumātua and Kuia approved the mandate amendments proposed by Te Rōpū o Tūhoronuku, at a hui held in Kaikohe on Tuesday 5th March.

This brings Ngāpuhi one step closer to realising a mandate to begin negotiations with the Crown to settle treaty grievances.

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Hapu Representation Hui

In April 2012 Te Rōpū o Tūhoronuku convened four Hui with Ngāpuhi Hapū to discuss representation to Tūhoronuku.  

Ngāpuhi were invited and asked to share their views on Hapū representation.

On 24th and 30th April 2012 Hui were held at;

Otangarei Marae, Whangarei 
Te Tii Marae, Waitangi
Pakanae Marae, Hokianga
Kohewhata Marae, Kaikohe

Two further hui will be held in Auckland on the 30th and 31st of May (more details)




Kaumatua Kuia Hui Report Back on Mandate Voting


Tūhoronuku presentation to report back to Kaumatua and Kuia on the mandate voting results.

Hui held at Memorial Hall, Kaikohe - 29th September 2011

Deed of Mandate Booklet

It is time for Ngāpuhi to vote
Kua tae ki te wā e Ngāpuhi kia pōti

This booklet outlines the journey to settlement so far and how to participate in the mandate voting.
Ngapuhi_Ourtime_A4_lo-res4.pdf

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Whitiora Marae 21st July 2011 Hui Presentation

On Thursday 21st July 2011, the Rt Hon Jim Bolger facilitated discussions between Te Rōpū o Tūhoronuku and Te Kōtahitanga o Ngā Hapū Ngāpuhi on a united approach to resolving Ngāpuhi’s historical Treaty grievances.

All Ngāpuhi were invited to attend the Hui which was held at Whitiora Marae, Te Tii.

Ngapuhi A5 Booklet

Presentation brochure outlining Tuhoronuku History and proposed model for representation including Hapu, Kuia and Kaumatua, and Runanga representation.