The Office for Māori Crown Relations – Te Arawhiti invites submissions on the Ngāti Rangatahi Whanaunga Association’s (the Association) draft mandate strategy.
Published: Saturday, 15 June 2019 | Rāhoroi, 15 Pipiri, 2019
The draft mandate strategy outlines the Association’s representative structure and the processes it has in place to achieve a Crown recognised mandate to represent Ngāti Rangatahi in Treaty settlement negotiations with the Crown.
Ngāti Rangatahi Tūpuna - the draft mandate strategy notes Ngāti Rangatahi descend from either Tohiraukena or Tukawekai tūpuna.
Ngāti Rangatahi Hapū - Ngāti Hekeāwai, Ngāti Hinekiore, Ngāti Hinerangi, Ngāti Hinewai, Ngāti Hira, Ngāti Kauwhakarewa, Ngāti Kōwainga, Ngāti Ngātu, Ngāti Paretehō, Ngāti Pareuira, Ngāti Puha, Ngāti Reremai, Ngāti Rōpukauri, Ngāti Tamakaitoa, and Ngāti Wera. The Association will also undertake research on further associated hapū.
Ngāti Rangatahi Marae - Hia Kaitupeka, Kakariki, Maraenuku, Matahanea, Matuakore, Morero, Ngairo, Ngapuwaiwaha, Ngati Koata, Petania, Pukepoto, Pukerimu, Rukirangi, Takaputiraha, Tarewaanga, Te Hiiri O Mahuta, Te Karu O Ue, Te Peka, Te Tutu o Rangitane, Tuitahi, Tuwhenua, Waipu, Whanau Maria, and Wharauroa. The draft mandate strategy notes the marae listed are not exclusively Ngāti Rangatahi and may be included in the claimant definition of other iwi groups.
Waitangi Tribunal Claims - Ngāti Rangatahi Waitangi Tribunal claims to be settled through a Ngāti Rangatahi Treaty Settlement with the Crown include but are not limited to: Wai 264, 366, 651, 764, 987, 1064, 1097, 1147, 1203, 1230, 1299, 1461, 1623, 1638, 1803, and 2197 insofar as these relate to Ngāti Rangatahi.
Submissions on the draft mandate strategy can be mailed to the Negotiation and Settlement Manager, Te Hauāuru, Office for Māori Crown Relations – Te Arawhiti, SX 10111, WELLINGTON; or emailed to OTS_subs@tearawhiti.govt.nz. All submissions will be provided to the Association and will be subject to the Official Information Act 1982. The submissions period runs from 5.00pm, 15 June 2019 to 5.00pm, Tuesday 9 July 2019. To view the draft mandate strategy, please visit the Te Arawhiti website or see below.