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15 hours ago

As you may know we have partnered with Westpac, to deliver a series of workshops to help whaanau feel more confident when it comes to making decisions about your money. “Managing your Money,” is a collective of 6 online workshops over a course of 10 weeks, held from the comfort of your own home. We are now reaching the final 2 workshops, make sure you register so you don't miss out!

Here are the dates for the upcoming workshops:

Session Five: Managing Your Mortgage
📅 Date: Wednesday, 24 April
🕖 Time: 6:30pm – 8pm
🏢 Platform: Microsoft Teams

Session Six: Buying your first home
📅 Date: Wednesday, 8 May
🕖 Time: 6:30pm – 8pm
🏢 Platform: Microsoft Teams

👉 Register for any of our sessions here - ow.ly/v3Fg50RlI5m
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As you may know we have partnered with Westpac, to deliver a series of workshops to help whaanau feel more confident when it comes to making decisions about your money. “Managing your Money,” is a collective of 6 online workshops over a course of 10 weeks, held from the comfort of your own home. We are now reaching the final 2 workshops, make sure you register so you dont miss out!

Here are the dates for the upcoming workshops:

Session Five: Managing Your Mortgage 
📅 Date: Wednesday, 24 April
🕖 Time: 6:30pm – 8pm 
🏢 Platform: Microsoft Teams

Session Six: Buying your first home
📅 Date: Wednesday, 8 May
🕖 Time: 6:30pm – 8pm 
🏢 Platform: Microsoft Teams

👉 Register for any of our sessions here - https://ow.ly/v3Fg50RlI5m
24 hours ago

E te iwi nui tonu kia manawanui!
E te hunga kaumaatua kia manawaroa, kia mataara! 🍃

Me puurangiaho koutou ki te tono i taa koutou Takuhe Kaumaatua, meenaa kaaore anoo raa kia tonoa!

Me whakamiha ka tika ki a koutou e kaha aawhina mai i oo koutou taikaumaatua ki te whakakii i oo raatou pukapuka tono kaumaatua – mei kore ake koutou hei aawhina i oo koutou pakeke!

Kei koonei maatou te tiima tuku puutea ki te aawhina i a koe ki te whakaoti i te pukapuka tono kaumaatua nei.

Teenaa, waea kore utu mai ki a 0800 TAINUI araa, 0800 824 684 (Mane ki te Paraire – 9am – 4.30pm). Tuku iimeera mai raanei ki a [email protected].

Ka aahei te tikiake teetehi kape, ki te whakakii aa-tuihono raanei i konei: ow.ly/VTxo50RlIg1

Noo reira, tuunohunohu maa - Karawhiua mai! ⚡

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He Whakamahara

Reminder for all kaumaatua to apply for your kaumaatua grant if you haven’t already done so this year!

We would like to send a big mihi out to all mokopuna and whaanau that have helped our kaumaatua complete their applications. They do this because they want to see their kaumaatua living healthier and longer and expect nothing in return.

Our grants team are here to help. If you or other kaumaatua you know need support to complete your application, please call us on 0800 TAINUI (Mon-Fri, 9am-4.30pm), or email us on [email protected] or pop in and see the team at 2 Bryce Street (Mon-Fri, 9am-4.00pm).

You can complete an online application or download a copy via the following link:
ow.ly/upFG50RlIg0

Karawhiua! ⚡
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E te iwi nui tonu kia manawanui! 
E te hunga kaumaatua kia manawaroa, kia mataara! 🍃

Me puurangiaho koutou ki te tono i taa koutou Takuhe Kaumaatua, meenaa kaaore anoo raa kia tonoa!

Me whakamiha ka tika ki a koutou e kaha aawhina mai i oo koutou taikaumaatua ki te whakakii i oo raatou pukapuka tono kaumaatua – mei kore ake koutou hei aawhina i oo koutou pakeke!

Kei koonei maatou te tiima tuku puutea ki te aawhina i a koe ki te whakaoti i te pukapuka tono kaumaatua nei. 

Teenaa, waea kore utu mai ki a 0800 TAINUI araa, 0800 824 684 (Mane ki te Paraire – 9am – 4.30pm). Tuku iimeera mai raanei ki a aawhina@tainui.co.nz. 

Ka aahei te tikiake teetehi kape, ki te whakakii aa-tuihono raanei i konei: https://ow.ly/VTxo50RlIg1

Noo reira, tuunohunohu maa - Karawhiua mai! ⚡

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He Whakamahara

Reminder for all kaumaatua to apply for your kaumaatua grant if you haven’t already done so this year! 

We would like to send a big mihi out to all mokopuna and whaanau that have helped our kaumaatua complete their applications. They do this because they want to see their kaumaatua living healthier and longer and expect nothing in return. 

Our grants team are here to help. If you or other kaumaatua you know need support to complete your application, please call us on 0800 TAINUI (Mon-Fri, 9am-4.30pm), or email us on aawhina@tainui.co.nz or pop in and see the team at 2 Bryce Street (Mon-Fri, 9am-4.00pm).

You can complete an online application or download a copy via the following link:
https://ow.ly/upFG50RlIg0 

Karawhiua! ⚡

57 CommentsComment on Facebook

Is there a closing date and what is it please?

Kia Ora Waikato Tainui. My siblings and I so appreciate our Kaumatua Grants we have been receiving for many years. This is only one of the ways that Tainui support us. Make sure Whanau are registering as Tribal Members . 😀

As i live away Australia) can i apply

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5 days ago

Kia ora e te iwi,

Applications for the Waikato Regional Council and Waikato—Tainui – Te Arikinui Dame Te Atairangikaahu Scholarship 2024 are open now until 30 June.

Eligibility:
✔️ Māori descent that resides within the Waikato Regional Council’s operational boundaries
✔️ University of Waikato students
✔️ Enrolled in full-time at undergraduate or honours level

For more information here: ow.ly/HXNV50RjtFw
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Kia ora e te iwi,

Applications for the Waikato Regional Council and Waikato—Tainui – Te Arikinui Dame Te Atairangikaahu Scholarship 2024 are open now until 30 June.

Eligibility:
✔️ Māori descent that resides within the Waikato Regional Council’s operational boundaries
✔️ University of Waikato students
✔️ Enrolled in full-time at undergraduate or honours level 

For more information here: https://ow.ly/HXNV50RjtFw

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AK plz look in2 this scholarship

Rakai Smiler

Waimarama Mahuta

5 days ago

Kaumaatua Grant - Drop in Session Apr 20, 9:00am2 Bryce Street, HamiltonWe have a drop-in sessions this Saturday whaanau, so head on in to 2 Bryce Street between 9am - 2:30pm and we'll help get your Kaumaatua Grant sorted.

With up to $1,650 worth of healthcare services available to you by choosing Southern Cross, this is a great opportunity to understand how you can best maximise your HealthEssentials plan.

See you Saturday!
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Kaumaatua Grant - Drop in Session

We hosting our third and final drop in session for whaanau wanting assistance with Kaumaatua Grant application or to koorero with Southern Cross Health Insurance about the HealthEssentials option.

If you're unable to get down in person, no stress, give us a call on 0800 TAINUI (0800 824 684) and one of our amazing Tribal Connectors will be happy to help.
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We hosting our third and final drop in session for whaanau wanting assistance with Kaumaatua Grant application or to koorero with Southern Cross Health Insurance about the HealthEssentials option. 

If youre unable to get down in person, no stress, give us a call on 0800 TAINUI (0800 824 684) and one of our amazing Tribal Connectors will be happy to help.

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Is that Uncle Charlie 🤔❤️ - aunty Rona Paekau

And yet pakeha continue to put forward the notion that maori squander their $ers and do nothing for their people.

Thomas Pikia

I runga raa i te reo raahiri o Ngaati Wairere i huihui ai ngaa kaimahi o Te Roopuu Marutau o Aotearoa ki runga o Te Papanui ki te matapaki ngaa kaupapa o te waahi mahi, me te haumarutanga o aaua kaimahi i roto i aaua waahi tuu mahi.

Neke atu i te rua rau tangata i tae aa-tinana mai ki teenei hui taumata tuarua.

Kaimahi Maaori from thru-out Aotearoa are gathering today under the cloak of Ngaati Wairere to waananga safe work practices and how we can make our workers and the environment they work in safe!

Maa te rongo, ka moohio - maa te moohio, ka maarama!

Maa te maarama, ka maatau - maa te maatau, ka ora!
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I runga raa i te reo raahiri o Ngaati Wairere i huihui ai ngaa kaimahi o Te Roopuu Marutau o Aotearoa ki runga o Te Papanui ki te matapaki ngaa kaupapa o te waahi mahi, me te haumarutanga o aaua kaimahi i roto i aaua waahi tuu mahi.

Neke atu i te rua rau tangata i tae aa-tinana mai ki teenei hui taumata tuarua.

Kaimahi Maaori from thru-out Aotearoa are gathering today under the cloak of Ngaati Wairere to waananga safe work practices and how we can make our workers and the environment they work in safe!

Maa te rongo, ka moohio - maa te moohio, ka maarama!

Maa te maarama, ka maatau - maa te maatau, ka ora!Image attachmentImage attachment+5Image attachment

Kua waatea mai ngaa tatau o te whare hauora hou i te ata nei. Ko Taakiri Tuu te ingoa.

Our whaanau at Te Koohao Health have worked tirelessly under the leadership of Lady Tureiti Moxom to establish this community Wellness and Diagnostic facility.

It will focus on fighting the big five cancer killers of Maaori ie cardiovascular, bowel, lung, breast and cervical cancers.

In order to do this it has Radiology, consultation and Pharmacy services on site..

Mauri ora ki te kaupapa nui!
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Kua waatea mai ngaa tatau o te whare hauora hou i te ata nei. Ko Taakiri Tuu te ingoa.

Our whaanau at Te Koohao Health have worked tirelessly under the leadership of Lady Tureiti Moxom to establish this community Wellness and Diagnostic facility.  

It will focus on fighting the big five cancer killers of Maaori ie cardiovascular, bowel, lung, breast and cervical cancers.

In order to do this it has Radiology, consultation and Pharmacy services on site..

Mauri ora ki te kaupapa nui!Image attachmentImage attachment+Image attachment

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Kaa mau tee wehi🎉👋👍🏼🤚

👏👏

💚🌿

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Kia ora e te iwi,

A quick update that our current Vacancy with the Group Investment Committee has been extend to Sunday, 21 April 2024.

If this sound like you or someone you know please check out the details below to find out more about the roleThe Group Investment Committee (“GIC”) acts in an investment advisory and monitoring capacity. It reviews the performance of the funds managed by the Chief Investment Officer and reports directly to the Executive Board, Te Arataura.

A vacancy has arisen on the GIC. The independent GIC Nominating Committee has commenced a process to recommend an outstanding candidate for appointment to the GIC in 2024.

Members of the GIC must have, as a group, significant skills and experience in: investment strategies and reporting models risk analysis and oversight market trends and reporting conveying complex investment and financial concepts to various audiences operating in a kaupapa Maaori environment

For this appointment, the Nominating Committee is particularly interested in candidates who offer the following:

🟡Financial capability/commercial acumen (e.g. accounting qualification and/or demonstrated commercial experience);
🟡Independence of thought, open-mindedness, forward thinking, and both persuasive and persuadable;
🟡Iwi, hapuu, marae and/or Ahu Whenua Trust investment experience;
🟡Experience with impact investing, purpose driven investing, direct investment and/or private equity (desirable).

For more info and to view the candidate information head to the following link 👉 waikatotainui.com/about-us/governance/investment-committee-2024/

To apply, please send your cover letter and CV to [email protected].

Applications close at midnight on Sunday, 14 April 2024.
UPDATE: Application now close at midnight on Sunday, 21 April 2024

Please direct any queries to the above email address in the first instance.
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Kia ora e te iwi,

A quick update that our current Vacancy with the Group Investment Committee has been extend to Sunday, 21 April 2024.

If this sound like you or someone you know please check out the details below to find out more about the role

A massive mihi to all our whaanau who took the time to speak with the Settlement & Claims team during Poukai rounds. The robust koorero and feedback shared are critical in shaping the mahi we do in this space.

“Poukai are a fundamental institution of who we are as Waikato and provides the perfect platform for engagement with our marae, hapuu and whaanau on our progress in the resolution of the concluding chapter of our remaining Treaty claims. Having the opportunity to communicate directly with the whanau at the flaxroots level is integral for our settlement process going forward."

Naa Taipu Paki, GM Rights and Interests
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A massive mihi to all our whaanau who took the time to speak with the Settlement & Claims team during Poukai rounds. The robust koorero and feedback shared are critical in shaping the mahi we do in this space.

“Poukai are a fundamental institution of who we are as Waikato and provides the perfect platform for engagement with our marae, hapuu and whaanau on our progress in the resolution of the concluding chapter of our remaining Treaty claims.  Having the opportunity to communicate directly with the whanau at the flaxroots level is integral for our settlement process going forward. 

Naa Taipu Paki, GM Rights and Interests

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Looking good team

The “A” team right there 👍🏽

Choice photo pick 😊

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