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Hui-ā-Hapū O Ngāpuhi


9th January 2019

Ngā Hapū Ō Ngāpuhi Announce ‘Hui-ā-Hapū O Ngāpuhi’

Kia Anga Mua Ngā Hapū Ō Ngāpuhi

A Hui-ā-Hapū is being held to develop and progress a shared pathway forward for Ngāpuhi.

A working group for Kia Anga Mua Ngā Hapū Ō Ngāpuhi was established following the Ngāpuhi evolving mandate process last year and the Hui-ā-Hapū is part of its commitment to facilitate the next steps for the hapū who voted to work collaboratively together.

Co-Chair of Te Kotahitanga O Ngā Hapū Ngāpuhi and Hokianga Taiwhenua Chairperson Rudy Taylor says “It is time for Ngāpuhi to reset and for hapū to consider how to reconfigure the mandate. Many hapū have already sent strong messages of support for a united way forward. This will enable hapū to co-design a shared pathway for evolving the Ngāpuhi mandate “

Chairperson for TIMA Hone Sadler says it is important to consider the impact on hapū and the hui will be a step towards an intent to progress and co-create a shared pathway for hapū. “Hapū are looking for a positive outcome with forward momentum.”

Hui-ā-Hapū: 10am Sunday 13th January 2019

Venue: NorthTech, Kerikeri

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