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Ngati Kuta Hapu Management Plan

Ngati Kuta Hapu Management Plan

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Ngati Kuta shares kaitiakitanga of Te Rawhiti. We are the kaitiaki of Rakaumangamanga.

We are the ahi kaa roa of Ngapuhi. We hold mana whenua and mana moana for this district of Ipipiri (Bay of Islands). This is what underpins our actions in developing this plan, and of placing our claim with the Waitangi Tribunal to redress the past.
This Plan is a product of many discussions from many hui. It identifies the vision of Ngati Kuta today. It is one of which we are proud. The driving force behind this document is the commitment, passion, and dedication of our whanau from Te Rawhiti. While Ngati Kuta proposes this plan, the benefits are not exclusive to Ngati Kuta.

We acknowledge that Te Rawhiti has great significance to iwi, to the community, to the nation and to government agencies. Our goal is to develop beneficial relationships with all stakeholders so that we participate in the management of our rohe. In this way we honour our bond with the past and the future, to care for the mauri, the life force, of ‘nga taonga tuku iho’, the treasures handed down. These treasures are the people, all people, and the environment. As we see it, developing ways to keep this mauri of people and the environment healthy is the main purpose of this Management Plan.
Ngati Kuta shares kaitiakitanga of Te Rawhiti. We are the kaitiaki of Rakaumangamanga.

We are the ahi kaa roa of Ngapuhi. We hold mana whenua and mana moana for this district of Ipipiri (Bay of Islands). This is what underpins our actions in developing this plan, and of placing our claim with the Waitangi Tribunal to redress the past.
This Plan is a product of many discussions from many hui. It identifies the vision of Ngati Kuta today. It is one of which we are proud. The driving force behind this document is the commitment, passion, and dedication of our whanau from Te Rawhiti. While Ngati Kuta proposes this plan, the benefits are not exclusive to Ngati Kuta.

We acknowledge that Te Rawhiti has great significance to iwi, to the community, to the nation and to government agencies. Our goal is to develop beneficial relationships with all stakeholders so that we participate in the management of our rohe. In this way we honour our bond with the past and the future, to care for the mauri, the life force, of ‘nga taonga tuku iho’, the treasures handed down. These treasures are the people, all people, and the environment. As we see it, developing ways to keep this mauri of people and the environment healthy is the main purpose of this Management Plan.

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The Ngati Kuta Charitable Trust is the mandated authority for Ngati Kuta Hapu ki Te Rawhiti. This Hapu ManagementPlan is not a substitute for consultation with Ngati Kuta. This work is copyright. No use of this work is permitted withoutthe prior written consent of the copyright holder. © 
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The information and vision for this Hapu Management Plan is based on feedback andsupport from the whanau of Ngati Kuta ki Te Rawhiti. Hapu workshops defined theissues we wished to be addressed and further hui detailed and expanded these
(See Appendix 1, Appendices, Section Five).
The Working Group has developed these into aDraft Plan and, following submissions, into a plan finalised for the next three years.The Hapu Management Plan working group appreciates, with deep aroha and respect,the wisdom, counsel and unfailing support of our Kuia and Kaumatua.Financial support for Section One and the Roopu Whenua Section of this document hasbeen received from the Far North District Council and is gratefully acknowledged. Ourappreciation also goes to the FNDC departments and other individuals andorganisations who gave us open-hearted, generous and positive contributions.The Working Group was Natasha Clarke, Robert Willoughby, Mavis Heremaia, DebbiePeacock, Louise Rewha Clark and Hana Ellis, including Marara Te Tai Hook, who wasalso the editor of the English and Maori languages. The Plan was compiled by HelenMountain Harte, with the help of Whitianga Peehikuru.
Mary Mokaraka
Ngati Kuta Hapu ki Te Rawhiti Charitable TrustC/- The Secretary203 Rawhiti Rd.,Te RawhitiHikurangi 0184Email: rhook@xtra.co.nz
Russell Hook Marara Te Tai Hook Chairperson Parani Cook PenneyTreasurerNgati Kuta ki Te Rawhiti Charitable Trust Ngati Kuta Hapu Trust

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