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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

Key Responsibilities

  • 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)

Key requirements

  • 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

    • Your Iwi

  • 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

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Kaumatua Grant Payments

Updated on 6 July at 10:22am

In 2020 the Board reviewed its Distributions Policy including Kaumatua Grants. The review received feedback from Kōeke of Ngāti Mākino, who queried equal kaumatua grant payments to those who actively engage in all kaupapa on Ngāti Mākino marae and those who do not yet they receive the same amount. From 30 June 2021 the Kaumatua Grant will:


  • Recognise and acknowledge the significant contribution made by Kuia and Koroua who uphold and maintain ahi kā, who uphold Ngāti Mākino mana, kawa, and tikanga at Ngāti Mākino Marae ($300).


  • Recognise and acknowledge the significant contribution made by Kuia and Koroua who are now aged or infirmed but who have upheld and maintained the ahi kā in their younger life at Ngāti Mākino marae ($300).


  • Recognise and acknowledge that the Ngāti Mākino Kaumatua Grant is given as a contribution to the well-being of all uri of Ngāti Mākino who are 65 years or older ($150).


Kaumatua Grants for 2021 have been paid on this basis.

Awhi Awhimate
Chairman
Ngāti Mākino Heritage Trust

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Wānanga a Mākino Update

Updated on 25 June at 9.00am

In light of the most recent COVID-19 Alert level announcement where Wellington has moved to Alert Level 2 from 6.00 pm on 23 June until 11:59 pm 27 June while the rest of New Zealand will stay at Alert Level 1, The Wānanga a Mākino (Part 2) that was scheduled for this Saturday 26 June at Otaramarae will still go ahead.

We will ensure the following;

  • Sufficient spacing is provided between each attendee in the wharenui

  • Sufficient spacing is provided between each attendee in the wharekai

  • Covid-19 QR Code Tracker is available

  • Manual Covid-19 Attendance register is available

  • Masks will be available (please bring your own if you prefer)

  • Hand sanitiser is available

If you are from Wellington stay there!

If you have been in Wellington or have visited any of the locations of interest do not come to the wananga. We need to ensure that our Kuia and Koroua are kept safe.

If you’re sick, stay home.

If you have cold, flu or COVID-19 symptoms, call your doctor or Healthline on 0800 358 5453 and get advice about being tested.

If you have been told to self-isolate you legally must do so immediately.

It’s important that you use basic hygiene measures, including washing your hands, coughing or sneezing into your elbow, and cleaning surfaces.

We look forward to seeing you all this Saturday.

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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.

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Te Rā o Matariki

Updated on 16th June at 15.32pm


Haere mai ki te whakamānawa ia Matariki. Come celebrate the rise of Matariki, remembering the past; celebrating the present, and welcoming the hope of the New year...

Matariki Ahunga Nui - When the land was mounded in preparation for planting...

Matariki Tāpuapua - The heavy rains of Matariki...

We encourage you to register now and be part of an amazing experience to listen to the world-renowned navigator - Tohunga Jack Thatcher as he shares his expertise and experience of navigating by the stars; sailing the oceans and the kete kōrero he has acquired through the years.

Te Rā o Matariki

Date: 3rd July 2021

Time: 3.00pm-8.00pm

Location: Ōtamarākau Marae, 2655 State Highway 2, Ōtamarākau

Program Format

Mihi Whakatau (Wharenui) 3.00pm - 3.30pm


Guest Speaker Q & A 3.30pm - 4.50pm


Planting 4.50pm - 5.00pm


Dinner & Entertainment 5.00pm - 6.00pm


Gift Presentation 6.00pm - 6.10pm


Entertainment 6.10pm - 7.30pm


Clean up

Click here to register

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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


Location: Otaramarae

Date: 26th June 2021

Time: 8.30am- 8.30pm


If you are keen to learn Ngāti Mākino Whakapapa, Ngāti Mākino Kōrero and Ngāti Mākino Mōteatea, you are invited to register.


Registrations are open for all members, their partners and children.


Session 1 9.00 - 10.30am
Cup of tea 10.30 - 11.00am

Session 2 11.00 - 12.30pm

Lunch 12.30 - 1.30pm

Session 3 1.30 - 3.00pm

Afternoon tea 3.00 - 3.30pm

Session 4 3.30 - 5.00pm

Kai o te pō 5.00 - 6.00pm

Final Session 6.00 - 8.00pm

REGISTER HERE TO ATTEND

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Hungatiaki ia Waitahanui

Updated on 28 May 4:57pm

E hari e koa ana mātau kua tau mai ēnei pūkenga hai whakaringa hai whakawaewae i a mātau mahi whakarauora ia Waitahanui awa Waitahanui whenua. It is with great pleasure that I introduce two new staff, Te Hau Mitai Ngatai and Blake Stephens who have joined our team at Ngāti Mākino Iwi Authority as Hungatiaki ia Waitahanui. Both Te Hau and Blake have experience and expertise in environmental management .


Our Hungatiaki ia Waitahanui have been extensively involved in Te reo me ōna Tikanga Maōri, and actively involved in ecololgical restoration projects within the Bay of Plenty region. Having spent many years alongside their koroua and kuia the knowledge gained will provide an indepth approach into the environmental space with a Te ao Māori lens.


This key partnership with Te Uru Rākau and Wildlands Consultants provides a unique relationship that will assist Ngāti Mākino Iwi Authority to achieve our environmental objectives.


No reira, whakatau mai ra kōrua ki roto o Ngāti Mākino. Ma korua a ma tātau ka ora anō to tātau awa tatu atu ki ōna whenua. Tihē mauri ora!

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Poutiri Trust Pahi - COVID Vaccinations

Updated on 27 May 2021 at 3:24pm

The Poutiri Trust Pahi will be situated at the following venues on the following days and times to provide COVID vaccinations and free health checks for our elderly members and Community Service Card Holders living in Ōtamarākau, Pukehina and Paengaroa. If you are an elderly person or an individual who holds a current Community Service Card and you want a COVID vaccination, simply call 0800 573 0091 to make both appointments.


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: PUKEHINA MARAE, 1903 State Highway 2, Pukehina


DAY(S): Tues 8, 22nd JUNE

Tues 6, 20 and 28 JULY


TIME: 10.00am - 11.30am


VENUE: ŌTAMARĀKAU MARAE, 2655 State Highway 2, Ōtamarākau


DAY(S): TUES 8, 22nd JUNE

TUES 6,20 and 28 JULY


TIME: 12.00pm - 1.30pm


VENUE: ŌTAMARĀKAU PRIMARY SCHOOL, 2216 Old Coach Road, Ōtamarākau


DAY(S): TUES 8, 22nd JUNE

TUES 6, 20 and 28 JULY


TIME: 2.00am - 3.30pm


Proudly bought to you by Poutiri Trust

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REMINDER: Kaumatua Grants, Tertiary Grant and Marae Grant closing 14 May 2021

Updated on 13 May at 10.52am


Kia ora koutou, a reminder that our Tertiary Grant, Kaumatua Grant, Kaumatua Heating Grant, and Marae Grant closes on 14 May 2021. Grants can only be applied for using your "Your Iwi" Membership. If you received a Kaumatua Grant last year your application will automatically roll over. Once a grant application is submitted through Your Iwi the grant status will change (pending, approved or declined). A decision for each grant will be given after the closing day of 14 May 2021 and if approved payment arrangements will be made by the end of June 2021.

If you haven't received a Kaumatua Grant before and you meet the criteria you can apply below.

Tertiary Grant: https://youriwi.com/dashboard/iwi/ngati-makino-iwi-authority/forms/tertiary-grant-2021

Kaumatua Grant: https://youriwi.com/dashboard/iwi/ngati-makino-iwi-authority/forms/kaumatua-grant-2021

Kaumatua Heating Grant: https://youriwi.com/dashboard/iwi/ngati-makino-iwi-authority/forms/kaumatua-heating-grant-2021

Marae Grant: https://www.ngatimakino.co.nz/grants/marae-grant

You can only apply for a grant if you have activated your " Your Iwi" account. If you haven't been through this process you will need to go through either the "Invite Screen Onboarding Process" (if you were registered with us prior to 1st March) or if you are not registered with Ngāti Mākino as an iwi member you can register. Click here to go to the option that you require https://www.ngatimakino.co.nz/register_1

If you have whanau who do not have email access, internet access or social media access please encourage your whanau to apply for their necessary grants and to contact our office if they have any queries regarding our grants application process or require more support with using Your Iwi.


Ngāti Mākino Iwi Authority

Email: grants@ngatimakino.co.nz

Phone: 07 348 3599

Level 1, 1108 Fenton Street, ROTORUA

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EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST CALL FOR:

Updated on 4 May at 11:55am

Hunga tiaki ā rohe - Cultural Monitor

Purpose of position

The purpose of this mahi - Hunga-tiaki-ā-rohe - Cultural Monitor is to monitor and record cultural and environmental projects within the Ngāti Mākino rohe. This is a multi-faceted kaupapa that includes:

  • on-site cultural monitoring of earthworks and roadworks

  • drone deployment

  • gathering data for cultural monitoring purposes.

The successful candidate is expected to:

  • have excellent communication skills both oral and written

  • have a strong work ethic

  • have a Te Ao Māori understanding

  • have a good grasp of the RMA 1991; the Pouhere Taonga Act 2014; BOPRC - Land, Water and Environmental Policies

  • be trustworthy and able to work independently and effectively.

Work involved

Monitoring of Cultural and Environmental development within Ngāti Mākino Iwi Authority whenua and areas of interest. Working collaboratively with Key personnel and Senior Archaeologist within a team environment.

Responsibilities

  1. To represent and uphold the values of Ngāti Mākino Iwi Authority onsite and throughout the proposed activity

  2. To fully grasp the Ngāti Mākino Iwi Authorities Cultural Monitoring framework and to reflect that in your day-to-day mahi (IF YOU ARE SUCCESSFUL, YOU WILL RECEIVE THIS AT YOUR INDUCTION. PLEASE DISREGARD FOR YOUR EOI PROPOSAL)

  3. To uphold Ngāti Mākinotanga and te mana motuhake o Mākino in your daily mahi

  4. To fully grasp the intent of all relevant legislation and policies that fall within the purview of all cultural monitoring mahi

  5. Maintain a high work, health and safety standards at all times

  6. Health and safety equipment (PPE) worn at all times.

  7. Ensure Protocols and procedures are enforced throughout the life of the mahi.

  8. To identify, catalog, and report the discovery of exceptional sites and artifacts.

  9. Progress Reports completed to appropriate standard and according to the agreed timeline.

Tikanga / Cultural

  • Ensure the correct procedure, customs and practices are adhered to at all times.

  • In the event of an accidental or significant discovery, refer to the procedures set out in the Cultural Monitoring Agreement.

  • Discretion of Data and Communications is of high importance.

Next Steps

  • Please complete and submit an expression of interest (EOI) proposal

  • In your proposal please address: The successful candidate is expected to and the Responsibilities section

  • Email your EOI proposal to: info@ngatimakino.co.nz

  • EOI process closes 5.00pm May 21, 2021

  • EOI applicants will be notified of the outcome by 2.00pm May 27, 2021

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Marae, Kaumatua, Kaumatua Heating & Tertiary Grants to close 14 May 2021..

Updated on 28 April at 11:18am


A reminder that our Tertiary Grant, Kaumatua Grant, Kaumatua Heating Grant, and Marae Grant closes on 14 May 2021. Grants can only be applied for using your "Your Iwi" Membership. If you received a Kaumatua Grant last year your application will automatically roll over.


Once a grant application is submitted through Your Iwi the grant status will change (submitted, pending, approved or declined). A decision for each grant will be given after the closing day of 14 May 2021 and if approved payment arrangements will be made by the end of June 2021.


If you haven't received a Kaumatua Grant before and you meet the criteria you can apply below.


Tertiary Grant: https://youriwi.com/dashboard/iwi/ngati-makino-iwi-authority/forms/tertiary-grant-2021


Kaumatua Grant: https://youriwi.com/dashboard/iwi/ngati-makino-iwi-authority/forms/kaumatua-grant-2021


Kaumatua Heating Grant: https://youriwi.com/dashboard/iwi/ngati-makino-iwi-authority/forms/kaumatua-heating-grant-2021


Marae Grant: https://www.ngatimakino.co.nz/grants/marae-grant


You can only apply for a grant if you have activated your " Your Iwi" account. If you haven't been through this process you will need to go through either the "Invite Screen Onboarding Process" (if you were registered with us prior to 1st March) or if you are not registered with Ngāti Mākino as an iwi member you can register. Click here to go to the option that you require https://www.ngatimakino.co.nz/register_1


If you have whanau who do not have email access, internet access or social media access please encourage your whanau to apply for their necessary grants and to contact our office if they have any queries regarding our grants application process or require more support with using Your Iwi.


Ngāti Mākino Iwi Authority

Email: grants@ngatimakino.co.nz

Phone: 07 348 3599

Level 1, 1108 Fenton Street, ROTORUA

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Settlement Dinner 10th April 2021

Updated on 13 March at 4.07pm


On Saturday 10th April Ngāti Mākino came together to celebrate 10 Years since signing the Deed of Settlement with the Crown at Ōtamarakau Marae. It was and is always a privilege to come together to celebrate this milestone.


We would like to extend our thanks to our guest speakers Wai Vercoe Nepia, Hare Wiremu, Glenn Webber, and Nathanael Dei Gratia.


Ka tutuki pai i nga mahi katoa na tō aroha me tō whakaaro atawhai


nā Ngāti Mākino Iwi Authority


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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

Updated on 30 March at 1.40pm


Two job opportunities are available within Ngāti Mākino Iwi Authority. See below for the advertisement. To make an application please email John@ngatimakino.co.nz with your CV and include verified copies of your certificates if necessary.


Applications will close on 6 April 2021 at 5.00pm

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Update on Grants

Updated on 30 March at 9.51am


A reminder that our Tertiary Grant, Kaumatua Grant, Kaumatua Heating Grant, and Marae Grant closes on 14 May 2021.

Grants can only be applied for using your "Your Iwi" Membership.

If you received a Kaumatua Grant last year your application will automatically rollover. Your grant status will change in your Your Iwi account shortly before 14 May. If you haven't received a Kaumatua Grant before and you meet the criteria you can apply below.

You can only apply for a grant if you have activated your " Your Iwi" account. If you haven't been through this process you will need to go through either the "Invite Screen Onboarding Process" (if you were registered with us prior to 1st March) or if you are not registered with Ngāti Mākino as an iwi member you can register. Click here to go to the option that you require.

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10 Year Celebration (Deed of Settlement)

Updated on 29 March 2021 at 2.36pm


A gentle reminder that we have our 10 Year Celebration (Deed of Settlement) coming up on 10 April from 2.00pm - 7.00pm @ Ōtamarākau Marae. You are able to register using the link below.


Once you click on the link you will be prompted to sign in to your "Your Iwi" account so you can register for this event.


Click here to register for the 10 Year Celebration


Click here to go through the invite screen process if you have not completed the onboarding process yet. Please contact our office to get your new Member ID


Click here to register to be an iwi member with Ngāti Mākino Iwi Authority

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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.

https://careers.doc.govt.nz/jobs/DOC-400-04145

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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.

Other Workdays

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.

Trap Network

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.

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Wānanga & 10 Year Celebration - Deed of Settlement

Updated on 9 March at 1.34pm


We would like to extend our gratitude to those that were in attendance at the Wānanga last week Saturday 6 March at Ōtamarākau Marae. The feedback and the contribution (both physically and digitally through the Survey) to the Ngāti Mākino Strategic Plan now enables and highlights where we will focus our efforts over the next three years.


We would like to thank Arapeta Tahana for facilitating our wānanga session and Margaret Williams for recording the great korero that was being shared. A reminder that if you were unable to attend the wānanga last week that the survey is still available for completion until Friday 12 March 5.00pm.


Our next scheduled event is our 10 Year Celebration of the Deed of Settlement that was signed with the Crown. This will be held at Ōtamarākau Marae on 10 April 2021. Sometimes we need to look back so we know where we came from and who lead us to here and now. Only then can we know how far we have come and how much further we need to go. Then...we can truly honor those who lead us... A registration form is now available. See below for all relevant links.


Strategic Plan Development Survey click here


Registration for 10 Year Celebration Settlement Dinner click here

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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:

  1. Listen to the radio and/or TV for updates, or check www.civildefence.govt.nz

  2. Listen to local Civil Defence authorities and follow any instructions regarding evacuation of your area

  3. Stay out of the water (sea, rivers and estuaries, this includes boats)

  4. Stay off beaches and shore areas

  5. Do not go sightseeing

  6. 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.

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Tsunami WARNING

Updated on 5 March at 12.04pm


Just a reminder that coastal areas WEST OF MATATA should expect strong and unusual currents and unpredictable surges near the shore. This means a threat to beach, harbour, estuary and small boat activities. People MUST stay out of the water (sea, rivers and estuaries). STAY OFF beaches and shore areas. There's a danger to swimmers, surfers, people fishing, small boats and anyone in or near the water close to shore.

If you have whānau that have been asked to evacuate following this morning’s magnitude 8.1 earthquake, please remain evacuated until the warning has been lifted. In the Bay of Plenty this covers those in low lying areas EAST of Matatā – including Whakatāne and Ōpōtiki.

Keep an eye on www.civildefence.govt.nz for the latest information.

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REGISTRATION ROADSHOW (ŌTAMRAKAU MARAE) 5 MARCH 11AM - 3PM (POSTPONED)

Updated on 5 March at 10.00am

In light of the most recent Tsunami warning we have decided to postpone our registration roadshow at Ōtamarākau Marae today. We will advise when the next scheduled date will be as soon as practical.

Kia haumaru e te iwi

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)