“Aroha ki te tangata / For the love of the people”

He toka tū moana, ka tū, ka tū, ka tū ahakoa i āwhātia mai e te rangi, i whakapākākātia e te whitinga o te rā;
He toka tū moana, tū tonu, tū tonu! Tīhei Mauri ora!

Mō ngā Wātene Māori

Ehara ngā Wātene Māori i te pirihimana, heoi, he kawenga ā-ture ā rātou i raro i te Māori Community Development Act 1962.

Ko te tino painga o ngā Wātene Māori ko tō rātou mōhio ki te rohe me tō rātou whanaungatanga ki te hapori.

Ko ngā mātāpono hei ārahi i te Wātene Māori ko te whakamana tangata, ko te awhi, ko te aroha me te whanaungatanga. Ko ēnei ngā uara:

  • Rangimārie
  • Manaaki
  • Kōrero
  • Whakaiti
  • Tautoko
  • Pono

Ko tā ngā Wātene Māori, he hāpai i te haumarutanga o ngā hapori, he whakatenatena, he āwhina i ngā rangatahi, he tautoko anō i ngā whānau.

He kaimahi tūao te Wātene Māori huri noa i Aotearoa, arā, ko tāna he tautoko, he whakamarumaru, he tohutohu motukā me ngā huinga tāngata, he āwhina tūroro me te tuku i ētahi atu ratongo ki te hapori.

Ngā Karere me ngā Kōrero

Kei raro iho nei ngā karere me ngā kōrero o te wā:

New interim Māori Warden Warranting process ensures consistency throughout the motu

PĀNUI TONU

Sitting down for a cuppa tea with the Prime Minister

PĀNUI TONU

Māori Wardens, Kōhanga Reo and NZ Police solidify relationship at 35th Annual Kōhanga Reo Conference

PĀNUI TONU

Māori Wardens: A proud tradition

PĀNUI TONU

Ngāti Toa Māori Wardens Praised for Service to Community

PĀNUI TONU

Māori Wardens Assist at Royal Visit

PĀNUI TONU

Seeing the Kids Happy and Seeing Them Safe

PĀNUI TONU

Murihiku Māori Wardens Win Supreme Community Award

PĀNUI TONU

Talking and listening are key: Ray Coffin

PĀNUI TONU

Ngā Putanga Kōrero

A Guide to the new interim Māori Warden Warranting process – for new applicants and re-warranting

PĀNUI TONU [PDF, 2.46MB]

The Māori Warden Warranting Application Form – for new applicants and re-warranting

PĀNUI TONU [PDF, 292KB]

He pūtea tēnei hei āwhina i a koe ki te tuku ratonga i te hapori, hei whakapakari i te kaha me te āheinga o ngā whakahaere, hei tautoko anō i ngā kaupapa ā-motu.

PĀNUI TONU [PDF, 2.80MB]

He puka whakamārama mā ngā Wātene Māori hou hei ārahi i a koe i roto i tō tūranga hou.

PĀNUI TONU [PDF, 3.19MB]

Ngā momo hōtaka whakangungu mā ngā Wātene Māori hei hāpai i te whanaketanga o ō tātou tāngata.

PĀNUI TONU [PDF, 980KB]

 

 

Pānuitia mai ētahi atu putanga mō ngā Wātene Māori

Ngā Kaiwhakarite ā-Rohe o ngā Wātene Māori

He Kaiwhakarite ā-Rohe kei ia rohe huri noa i te motu (e whitu ngā rohe). Ko tā te Kaiwhakarite ā-Rohe he tūhono atu i ngā umanga ā-rohe me ngā momo rōpū i taua hapori hei whakatairanga i ngā momo ratonga a ngā Wātene Māori.

Tāmaki Makaurau me Te Taitokerau

Ko Hoana Parangi (nō Ngā Puhi) te Kaiwhakarite ā-Rohe e mahi ana i ngā rohe o Te Taitokerau tae atu ki Tāmaki Makaurau, arā, mai i Puketutu i te tonga ki Te Hiku o te Ika i te raki.

Kei te noho a Hoana ki Tāmaki Makaurau. Ko tāna, he tautoko i ngā wātene e pā ana ki ā rātou kaupapa huhua, he ārahi hoki i a rātou i ngā wā e tika ana. Nā tēnei tūranga kei te hāpai ia i ngā mahi a ngā Wātene Māori e mahitahi ana ki ō rātou ake hapori, arā, ko ngā whānau, ko ngā hapū, ko ngā iwi anō.

Tau waea: 027 598 9871 or 09 571 2966 Īmēra: parho@tpk.govt.nz.

Waikato Tainui

Ko Pareaute Panapa-Solomon (nō Waikato, nō Ngāti Maniapoto, nō Ngāti Whātua, nō Ngāpuhi, nō Rongowhakaata, nō Ngāti Porou).te Kaiwhakarite ā-Rohe i te rohe o Waikato – Tainui, arā, mai i Puketutu me te Pūaha o Waikato i te raki, ki Mōkau i te uru, whakawhiti atu ki te Rohe Pōtae i te rāwhiti, tae atu ki te pae maunga o Kaimai, ki Hauraki anō, e hoki atu ana ki te raki ki te takiwā o Te Tara o te Ika a Māui.

Ko tā Pareaute he whakaū i ngā hononga i waenga i ngā whānau, i ngā hapū, i ngā marae me ngā momo whakahaere hei whakapakari i ngā mahi a ngā wātene i tōna rohe. Kei raro tēnei rohe i te marumaru o te Kīngitanga. He kaupapa motuhake tēnei i tōna rohe.

Tau waea: 027 465 5843 or 09 571 2966 Īmēra: panap@tpk.govt.nz.

Te Whanganui-a-Tara, Kāpiti, Horowhenua me Manawatū

Ko Diane Kawana (nō Ngā Wairiki) te Kaiwhakarite ā-Rohe i te rohe o Te Whanganui-a-Tara. E kapi ana tēnei rohe i Te Whanganui-a-Tara tae atu ki Kāpiti, ki Horowhenua me Manawatū

Hei tā Diana, nā tana tūranga hei kaiwhakarite ā-rohe kua āhei ia ki te whakarato rawa whai take hei hāpai i ngā hiahia o ngā Wātene Māori e mahitahi ana ki ngā whānau, ki ngā hapū me ngā iwi i ō rātou hapori whānui.

Tau waea: 027 415 9837 Īmēra: kawad@tpk.govt.nz.

Whanganui, Taranaki, Rangitikei me Ruapehu

Ko Wayne Seeley (nō Ngāpuhi) te Kaiwhakarite ā-Rohe i te rohe o Whanganui. E kapi ana tōna rohe i te takiwā o Whanganui, o Taranaki, o Rangitīkei me Rapehu, waihoki, ko te rohe o Waiariki tae atu ki Tauranga me Whakatāne. E 22 tau a Wayne e mahi ana hei Wātene Māori. Kua mahi ngātahi hoki a ia ki te Kaunihera Māori ā-Rohe.

E ngākaunui ana a ia ki āna mahi i te taha o ngā Wātene Māori i tōna rohe. Kei te hiahia ia kia whakanuia ngā mahi a ngā Wātenei Māori i ō rātou hapori. Hei tāna, mā te whakapakari i ngā wātene ka ea ai tēnei wawata.

Tau Waea: 027 415 9651 Imēra: seelw@tpk.govt.nz .

Te Tairāwhiti, Heretaunga me Te Wairarapa

Ko Robert Whaitiri (nō Rongowhakaata, nō Ngāti Kahungunu) te Kaiwhakarite ā-Rohe mō ngā rohe o Tūranga me Heretaunga. E kapi ana tōna rohe i Te Tairāwhiti, tae noa atu ki Heretaunga (Te Matau a Māui) me Te Wairarapa.

Mā tōna tūranga kei te pīrangi a Robert ki te whakakotahi i ngā rōpū wātene katoa, kia ahu whakamua rātou. Hei tāna, nā runga i te āhua o ngā whakahaere i ēnei rā, kei te whakataetae ngā rōpū wātene mō ngā kaupapa mahi me te pūtea.

He toa takitini taku toa. Mehemea ka kōkiri whakamua tātou, kia toitū tō tātou noho, waihoki, kia aro nui tātou ki te taha pakihi me te whai kirimana ka pakari haere te tū o ngā Wātene Māori e eke ai ā rātou mahi ki te taumata e tika ana.

Tau waea: 027 296 9654 Īmēra: whair@tpk.govt.nz.

Te Waipounamu

Ko Meikura Taiaroa Arahanga (nō Kāi Tahu, nō Te Arawa, nō Ngāti Rangi) te Kaiwhakarite ā-Rohe i ngā tari o Ōtautahi me Whakatū. Ka kapi tōna rohe i te katoa o Te Waipounamu. I mua i tana hokinga atu ki Ōtautahi, i te noho ia i te rohe o Te Wairarapa. Hei tāna, hei kinaki noa te mahi a te Kaiwhakarite ā-Rohe ki ngā mahi a ngā Wātene Māori.

Tau waea: 027 415 9951 Īmēra: arahm@tpk.govt.nz.

Ngā Kaupapa me ngā Pānui

Kua rārangi mai ngā kaupapa me ngā pānui ki raro iho nei.

  • Funding will move rangatahi Māori from learning to earning

    • Date: 17 May 2018

    $14 million in Budget ‘18 has been set aside to support outcomes for rangatahi Māori that enhance their education and employment opportunities.

    "We want to help rangatahi Māori overcome the challenges preventing them from fulfilling their potential.  This funding will be focused on identifying the enabling factors that motivate rangatahi towards greater and more meaningful goals for them, and more enduring outcomes overall for their whānau," says Minister Mahuta. 

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  • New funding to support Māori Wardens work with disengaged rangatahi

    • Date: 16 May 2018

    $1 million in Budget 2018 has been set aside for Māori Wardens to support outcomes for rangatahi Māori that will enhance their education and employment opportunities.

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  • New interim Māori Warden Warranting process ensures consistency throughout the motu

    • Date: 27 April 2018

    Mā whero mā pango ka oti ai te mahi

    With red and black the work will be complete

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  • Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern with Whangārei Māori Warden, Henare Hape

    Sitting down for a cuppa tea with the Prime Minister

    • Date: 16 February 2018

    Everyone enjoys sitting down for a chat with friends and whānau over a nice cuppa tea including Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern who did so with a group of Māori Wardens at Waitangi.

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  • Māori Wardens, Kōhanga Reo and NZ Police solidify relationship at 35th Annual Kōhanga Reo Conference

    • Date: 04 December 2017

    The 35th Annual Kōhanga Reo National Conference and Expo held in November 2017 was an opportunity for Māori Wardens, NZ Police and Kōhanga Reo to show case their services to conference attendees as well as solidifying their long-standing relationship with each other.

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