Field Kaimahi Application for Haumanuhia te hononga Taiao

Field Kaimahi Application for Haumanuhia te hononga Taiao

Field Kaimahi Application for
Haumanuhia te hononga Taiao

Te Korowai o Ngāruahine Trust and the Taranaki Mounga Project are looking for Two Field Kaimahi – Kaiwhakamōkihi for its Haumanuhia te hononga Taiao programme.

These positions are fixed-term for three years and will be based in South Taranaki. We encourage applications from uri of Ngāruahine.

If you enjoy spending time on your Mounga and have an interest in predator control, this is the role to kick start your career restoring taiao. Your work will support the protection of whio/bule duck and the return of brown kiwi to the southern side of the Mounga.

For further information and to apply please download the application form and email to

Applications close 12:00pm, Monday 31 May 2021.

Applications Closed

Te Korowai | Issue 9 | Whiringa-a-rangi

The latest issue is now available to view or download. Articles include talk about important kaupapa in and around Ngāruahine and celebrates some of our uri and their achievements. 
Hardcopies are in the post to all registered households on the Iwi Register, or call into the office to collect one.


Taranaki Tū Mai 2019

Taranaki Tū Mai 2019

Taranaki Tū Mai 2019

Powhiri: 29 November, 11.00am

Venue: Te Ūpoko o te Whenua Marae, Tarata

Ngāruahine Vision: Ka ora taku toa (Kia tū Ngāruahine ai tātou)

We invite Ngāruahine register!  You will need to fill out one regsitration per person.

Ngāti Maru is hosting this year and we are anticipating another amazing event. Tū Mai 2019 will be the end of year event for Ngāruahine so we aim to participate in force by attending the pōwhiri (a must) and activities scheduled across the entire weekend.

Only those who complete the registration form will receive the traditional Sunday hangi, the official Ngāruahine 2019 Tū Mai Tshirt and enrolment into the different activities.   Accommodation for Ngāruahine has been booked at Owae marae so make sure you indicate if you will be staying.

The Tū Mai schedule is below and more information will be made available.

Ngāruahine Kaitiaki Plan

Te Korowai is in the process of developing an Environmental Management Plan or Kaitiaki Plan. The Plan will become an important document for Ngāruahine. It will establish the Iwi position on a range of environmental matters.

When adopted the statements and policies will be used to guide the Council’s, Crown Agencies and Resource Users about the priority interests and requirements of the Iwi. As part of the development process, we would like your input and your ideas.

  • What rules and policy statements would you like to see in the Plan?
  • How would you like to protect the taiao within our rohe?
  • What environmental issues do we need to respond to for today and our future?

Please take the time to let us know via this short survey –

This survey is the first stage of our engagement process. When we have this initial feedback we will be coming out to talk with you about the Plan.  Your input is really important to us.  Ngā mihi nui.

Te Pūtake o Te Riri

Te Pūtake o Te Riri

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Te Putake o te Riri

Date: 28 October – 30 October

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The kaupapa is being held by our northern iwi in Taranaki this year with a series of events taking place from 28-30 October 2019.

Large numbers are expecting so if you are attending please register here Te Pūtake o te Riri Registration Form

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Haka Pōwhiri practices

Practices are open to everyone who would like to participate and are being held every Sunday, 3-5pm, at Owae marae, Waitara until 20 October.

Kaimahi needed

If you’re keen to volunteer please complete the volunteer form at the following link and get involved.   Te Pūtake o te Riri Volunteer Registration Form
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