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Ngātiwai Trustees election results

Ngātiwai Trustees election results

The Ngātiwai Trust Board (NTB) has today been advised by Election Services of the results of its Trustees elections which was held last week.

There are two changes and these are at Mokau marae and Whananaki marae.

Max Thompson is the new trustee at Mokau marae and Isha Waetford replaces the long-standing Allan Moore at Whananaki marae.

The successful candidates are as follows:

• Matapouri Kristan John Macdonald

• Mokau Max Calvert Lewis Thompson

• Oakura Henry Bertie Purcell Murphy

• Otetao Gary Brian Reti

• Takahiwai Ngawaka Haswell Grant Pirihi

• Tuparehuia Rihi Ngaroimata Kathleen Pita

• Whananaki Isha Capri Waetford

Ngātiwai Trust Board thanks the outgoing Trustees for their services and welcomes on board the new trustees.

The first meeting of the Trustees for 2014 will be held on 28th of February.

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