Items for sale
Updated on 26 November at 1.00pm
Registered Iwi members are invited to tender for the following items which were purchased in 2017. They have been fully serviced and independently valued as at the 28 October 2021
1x Husky Chainsaw 460 Rancher
1x 28 T Oregon Log Splitter
Tender to Close on 10 December. The items will be available for pick up on 13 December 2021 by prior arrangement.
If you have any queries please contact our office 07 348 3599 or email us email@example.com
Click here to place a bid for the Chainsaw
Click here to place a bid for the Log Splitter
Ngāti Mākino AGM Update
Updated on 16 November at 5.00pm
Ngāti Mākino Annual Report 2021
Updated on 16 November at 12.00pm
The 2021 Annual Report is now available online. Click on the image to view and download.
VOTING CLOSES TODAY
Updated on 15 November at 11.00am
Voting closes in 10 days....
Updated on 5 November at 1:20pm
Annual General Meeting venue change to Te Takinga Marae
Ngāti Mākino Iwi Authority
Updated on 22 October at 4.30pm
NGĀTI MĀKINO IWI AUTHORITY GROUP
NOTICE OF ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Annual General Meeting of the Ngāti Mākino Iwi Authority will be held at Ōtamarākau Marae on Saturday 20 November 2021 at 10.00am.
(Currently Otamarākau Marae is closed until Level 1. If this remains the case by 5pm November 5 2021 the AGM will be relocated to Te Takinga Marae, Mourea.) Further information will be available on our website and social media platforms from 5 November 2021.
Minutes & Matters Arising
Ngāti Mākino Group annual Report for the Financial Year Ended 30 June 2021:
a. Chairman's Report
b. Operations Report
c. Summary of the Audited Consolidated Group Financial Statements
Announce newly elected Trustees
Appointment of Auditor Recommendation
Trustee Remuneration Recommendation
a. A copy of this notice has been posted to Iwi members registered on the Ngāti Mākino Iwi Register with known addresses
b. Any other general business raised at the meeting will be undertaken at the discretion of the Chairperson.
c. A copy of the annual report will be posted on the Ngāti Mākino website www.ngatimakino.co.nz on Tuesday 16 November 2021 and hard copies will be available at the AGM. The meeting will conclude at 12.30pm followed by kai.
Updated on 22 October at 4.30pm
Online voting instructions are available here.
If you have any queries regarding the elections please contact Nero at GHA on 07 348 3599 or by email firstname.lastname@example.org
Rā Hauora on 6th November CANCELLED
Updated on 22 October at 4.30pm
Reminder: Nominations and iwi register closing at 3.00pm on Monday 11 October 2021
Update contact details
Updated on 28 September at 1:42pm
Updated on 23 September at 9.00am
Nominations are called for the three (3) trustee positions being vacated and must be made on the Nomination Form available from the Returning Officer:
Level 1 GHA Centre
1108 Fenton Street
P.O. Box 1712 ROTORUA
Phone 07 348 3599
The Nomination Form is to be completed by the Nominee and countersigned by three Adult Registered Members of the lwi Authority. Nominations will close at 3:00pm on Monday 11 October 2021.
Candidates are required to provide a brief curriculum vitae detailing their experience relevant to the role of trustee of the lwi Authority.
For the purposes of this election the iwi register will be closed at 3:00pm, Monday 11 October 2021. To be eligible to nominate, be a nominee or vote in the election you must be registered by Monday 11 October 2021. Only Adult Members of Ngāti Makino shown on the Ngāti Makino iwi register will be eligible to vote.
Rā Hauora 6th November Ōtamarākau Marae
Update on 11th October 1.23pm
We are inviting you all to come to our Rā Hauora (Health Day) to hear from our Māori practitioners and experts in the field of Health and Wellbeing. There will be activities for all our Kōeke, Pakeke, tamariki and mokopuna to enjoy.
Please click here to register
This event is dependent on the COVID Level restrictions
Ngāti Mākino Iwi Authority
Phone: 07 348 3599
Wānanga a Mākino Cancellation
Updated 6th September at 12.51pm
Due to the uncertainty of COVID restrictions, the Wānanga a Mākino to occur on the 18th September at Te Takinga Marae has been cancelled.
Poutiri Trust Pahi - COVID Vaccinations & Testing (New Date & Venue)
Updated on 21 August at 4.58pm
The Poutiri Trust Pahi has cancelled at Pukehina Marae on the 25th August and will now be at Te Kura Kaupapa Māori o Te Mātai on the Tuesday 24th August for those who require COVID vaccines or need to be tested. Bookings are essential therefore call this number 0800 573 0091 or simply text 027 6218449
You need to remain in your car at all times (Masks will be provided upon arrival)
In order for the vaccine to be most effective, you need two shots of the vaccine therefore the advice is that you make two appointments.
Venue: Te Kura Kaupapa Māori o Te Mātai Waitangi (Opposite Moko Marae)
Day: Tuesday 24th August
Time: 10.00am - 2.00pm
Proudly bought to you by Poutiri Trust
Level 4 Lockdown Office Hours
Wānanga a Mākino Part 3
Advertisement: Your Iwi Database Analysts
Updated on 12 July at 3: 50pm
We are looking to contract two contractors on a short term basis to assist with successfully onboarding our registered iwi members into the Your Iwi system. We migrated to Your Iwi on 1 March 2021 and have since then been ensuring that our iwi members are able to access this space to apply for grants, communicate directly with us, update their contact details and access important documentation. Your Iwi is a great way for us to communicate with our members and the transition so far has been positive.
Positions: Iwi Database Analyst x2
Timeframe: 4 weeks
Assist with troubleshooting
Hosting with the onboarding of iwi members during Online Sessions or roadshows
Manual entry of member details into the Your Iwi database
Hosting/training of iwi members with the onboarding Your Iwi process (During Roadshow or Zoom Sessions)
Database troubleshooting skills
Excellent knowledge of data backup, recovery, security, integrity and SQL
Familiarity with database design, documentation and coding
Database tuning and performance enhancements
A good understanding of software version control systems
Strong technical aptitude/rapport and ability to convey technical content in a clear, concise manner, using appropriate language appropriate for the audience (iwi members, developers, staff)
Understand and process technical information with ease
An eye for detail, with strong problem solving skills
Proven relevant experience in a similar environment/role
Ability to speak and understand Te Reo Maori (Medium - Fluent)
Excellent with the following cloud based systems;
Microsoft Office 365
Google Apps for Business
Medium - Excellent knowledge of Chrome, Safari, Firefox, Microsoft Edge
Medium - Excellent knowledge of Apple, Microsoft, Android systems
Please email your CV and a cover letter to Cintina@ngatimakino.co.nz if you are interested in applying for these roles.
Closing date for applications is 3pm on 16 July 2021
Kaumatua Grant Payments
Updated on 6 July at 10:22am
Wānanga a Mākino Update
Updated on 25 June at 9.00am
Wānanga a Mākino Part 2 Registrations Closed
Updated on 23rd June at 17.22pm
Due to Wellington moving to Level 2 and in order to ensure everyone's safety at the Wānanga at Otaramarae this Saturday, registrations are now closed.
Te Rā o Matariki
Updated on 16th June at 15.32pm
Wānanga a Mākino - Date change
Updated on 3rd June at 15.53pm
Ngāti Mākino Whakapapa, Ngāti Mākino Kōrero, Ngāti Mākino Mōteatea
"Due to the lockdown in Melbourne, our primary facilitator for the planned wānanga on the 12th June is unable to return home. Therefore, the 12th June wānanga has been rescheduled to June 19th at Ōtamarākau Marae and an additional wānanga for 26 June at Otaramarae".
Location: Ōtamarākau Marae
Date: 19th June 2021
Time: 8.30am - 8.30pm
Hungatiaki ia Waitahanui
Updated on 28 May 4:57pm
Poutiri Trust Pahi - COVID Vaccinations
Updated on 27 May 2021 at 3:24pm
REMINDER: Kaumatua Grants, Tertiary Grant and Marae Grant closing 14 May 2021
EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST CALL FOR:
Updated on 4 May at 11:55am
Hunga tiaki ā rohe - Cultural Monitor
Purpose of position
The successful candidate is expected to:
Tikanga / Cultural
Marae, Kaumatua, Kaumatua Heating & Tertiary Grants to close 14 May 2021..
Updated on 28 April at 11:18am
Settlement Dinner 10th April 2021
Kōeke Hui scheduled for 10am on 6th April @ Ōtamarākau Marae
Updated on 31 March at 1.31pm
On behalf of the Kōeke Chairman, Te Ngaru Awhimate, a Kōeke hui will be held at Ōtamarākau Marae on the 6th April at 10am.
Ecological Restoration Team Opportunities
Update on Grants
10 Year Celebration (Deed of Settlement)
Updated on 29 March 2021 at 2.36pm
Ranger, Biodiversity - TAURANGA
Updated on 24 March at 7.38am
There is a vacancy in the Department of Conservation Tauranga Team for a new Biodiversity Ranger, for more information or how to apply please see the advertisement at the link below, alternatively the role is also available on DOC Careers, GOVT jobs, Seek and Trademe.
Rotoehu Ecological Trust
Updated on 17 March at 11.52am
WORKDAYS workdays 2020: March to November
General volunteer workdays will be held on the 4th Sunday of each second month, running from March 2020 to November 2020.
These workdays are weather dependent, so are subject to change over the course of the year.
A day encompassing a talk on kokako background and the pest control programme, some bait line maintenance, and hopefully calling in kokako will be held for potential sponsors Bay Gold and again for the 'Future Foresters' group. A similar occasion will be held towards the end of the year for staff of Kokako Coffee in Auckland. This company has been a committed sponsor for several years.
A small team of five people have undertaken to do a monthly check of the 63 DOC 200 traps in Otari Block. Three people can comfortably complete the round during a morning. The team members will liaise each month to find a date suitable to those available.
Tsunami Warning (CANCELLED)
Updated on 5 March at 1.17pm
The Tsunami Warning has now been cancelled. Those people who evacuated can return home.
The threat to land and marine areas remains, so we continue to ask people to stay away from beaches and other shore areas – this includes harbours and estuaries until it has been lifted.
Currents may be strong and unpredictable and there is a danger to swimmers, surfers, people fishing, small boats and anyone in or near the water close to shore.
As a reminder people in all New Zealand coastal areas should:
Listen to the radio and/or TV for updates, or check www.civildefence.govt.nz
Listen to local Civil Defence authorities and follow any instructions regarding evacuation of your area
Stay out of the water (sea, rivers and estuaries, this includes boats)
Stay off beaches and shore areas
Do not go sightseeing
Share this information with family, neighbours and friends
Thank you again to everyone who evacuated this morning and for your cooperation in helping keep everyone safe.
REGISTRATION ROADSHOW (ŌTAMRAKAU MARAE) 5 MARCH 11AM - 3PM (POSTPONED)
Updated on 5 March at 10.00am
Registration Roadshow Panui
Updated on 2 March at 4.23pm
Strategic Plan Wānanga 6 March from 9.00am - 1.00pm
Upated on 2 March 2021 at 12.45pm
We have the strategic plan wānanga scheduled for this Saturday 6 March starting at 9.00am - 1.00pm. As you are aware we are at Alert Level 2 until at least until 6.00am Sunday 7 March 2021.
The wānanga will still go ahead as planned but we will ensure we:
will have a QR code check in at the marae for contact tracing
will practice social distancing
will have hand sanitisers available
If you are unwell please stay at home
If you are unwell and you have flu or cold symptoms, muscle aches and fatigue you should self - isolate and have a test
If there is a change in our current level 2 status we will update this panui. Kia haumaru te noho i o kainga kia tau te mauri kia tatau katoa
Ngāti Mākino Strategic Plan Development Survey
Updated on 26 February 2021 @ 4.21pm
We, Ngāti Mākino Iwi Authority are developing our new strategic plan and would like feedback from our Registered Iwi Members (18 years and older) to help shape and inform the Plan.
Originally the plan was to be completed in 2020 but Covid 19 impacted our ability to engage fully with you.
We have a planned wānanga for the strategic plan on March 6 2021 at Ōtamarākau marae ( 10 - 1pm). This survey is another opportunity for you to engage in this important kaupapa that will help focus our efforts over the next three years.
The feedback from the wānanga and this survey will help us finalise the new strategic plan.
*The survey will be available until 13 March 2021.
*You can only submit one response per person.
Your Iwi Database Announcement
Updated on 22 February 2021 @ 2.14pm
Ngāti Mākino Iwi Authority is excited to announce that we are migrating to a new Database called Your Iwi. Iwi members will be able to access their Your Iwi Profile from 1st March 2021.
So what does this mean for me as an Iwi Member?
It means that you will have the ability to log into your Your Iwi Profile to;
Update your details
Apply for grants
View our pānui
View and register for upcoming events
Communicate with Ngāti Mākino Iwi Authority
Who will assist me if I need support logging into my Your Iwi profile?
Logging into your Your Iwi account for the first time is called *onboarding. To assist with the onboarding process we will make available online resources (including how to videos etc) which can be accessed via our website.
We will also be doing a *registration roadshow with (Your Iwi Staff and Mākino Staff). You can visit us at one of these locations for some one on one support to be onboarded.
4 March 2021 @ GHA Office in Rotorua (11am - 3pm)
5 March 2021 @ Otamarākau Marae (11am - 3pm)
6 March 2021 @ Otamarākau Marae ( 12pm - 1pm)
11 April 2021 @ Pukehina Marae (Time TBC)