Te Puni Kokiri

Te reo ka pīrangitia: Māori English

Te reo ka pīrangitia: Māori English

Te Tai Hauāuru

There are six Te Puni Kōkiri Offices in Te Tai Hauāuru – Porirua, Nelson, Palmerston North, Taranaki, Taumarunui and Whanganui.

Office locations

Our offices can be reached via contact details below.

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Nelson

Level 1
105 Trafalgar Street
Nelson 7010
P O Box 1830, Nelson 7010
P:
0800 875 884
E:
tpk.tetaihauauru@tpk.govt.nz
F:
0800 875 329

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Palmerston North

109 Princess Street
Palmerston North 4410
PO Box 12029, Inner City, Palmerston North 4444
P:
0800 875 884
E:
tpk.tetaihauauru@tpk.govt.nz
F:
0800 875 329

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Porirua

Te Upoko o Te Ika Regional Office
Te Puni Kōkiri House
12 Hagley Street
Porirua City Centre
PORIRUA 5022
P O Box 50631
PORIRUA 5240
P:
0800 875 884
E:
tpk.tetaihauauru@tpk.govt.nz
F:
0800 875 329

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Taranaki

465B Devon Street East
Strandon
New Plymouth 4312
P O Box 744, New Plymouth 4340
P:
0800 875 884
E:
tpk.tetaihauauru@tpk.govt.nz
F:
0800 875 329

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Taumarunui

Te Tititihu House
32 Miriama Street
Taumarunui 3920
PO Box 192, Taumarunui 3946
P:
0800 875 884
E:
tpk.tetaihauauru@tpk.govt.nz
F:
0800 875 329

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Whanganui

Te Taura Whiri Building
357 Victoria Avenue
Whanganui 4500
PO Box 436, Whanganui Mail Centre, Whanganui 4540
P:
0800 875 884
E:
tpk.tetaihauauru@tpk.govt.nz
F:
0800 875 329

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Our Rohe

Te Tai Hauāuru is a combination of two former Te Puni Kōkiri regions, Te Taihauāuru and Te Whanganui ā Tara. 

The  region covers the western side of the lower North Island from the Mohakatino River in the north through to Wellington incorporating Taranaki, Whānganui, Manawatu, Horowhenua.  It then crosses the sea to Tau Ihu o te Waka a Māui – the top of the South Island.  The region also includes Rēkohu-Wharekauri, the Chatham Islands.

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Regional Manager

Willis Katene (Ngāti Toa, Ngā Ruahinerangi, Ngāti Tūwharetoa)

Regional Manager, Te Tai Hauāuru

Meet Willis Katene, the new Regional Manager for Te Tai Hauāuru. No stranger to hard work, when asked what she is most looking forward to in her new role, the tertiary education practitioner is nothing but upbeat about what lies ahead.

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Iwi in our Region

There are 33 iwi and other tribal authorities represented in Te Tai Hauāuru region:

  • Ngāti Tama
  • Ngāti Mutunga
  • Te Atiawa
  • Taranaki
  • Ka Ruu a Poutama
  • Ngāti Maru
  • Ngāruahine
  • Ngāti Ruanui
  • Ngaa Rauru Kiitahi
  • Te Atihaunui a Pāpārangi
  • Ngāti Hāua
  • Ngāti Rangi
  • Ngāti Apa
  • Ngāti Hauiti
  • Ngāti Whitikaupeka
  • Ngāi Te Ohuake
  • Ngāti Tamakōpiri 
  • Rangitāne
  • Muaūpoko
  • Ngāti Raukawa ki te Tonga
  • Ngāti Toa Rangatira
  • Te Atiawa ki Whakarongotai
  • Te Atiawa (Wellington)
  • Taranaki Whānui ki te Upoko o te Ika
  • Te Atiawa o Te Waka-a-Māui
  • Ngāti Apa ki te Rā Tō
  • Rangitāne o Wairau
  • Ngāti Kuia
  • Ngāti Rārua
  • Ngāti Kōata
  • Ngāti Tama ki Te Tau Ihu
  • Ngāti Kauwhata
  • Ngāti Mutunga o Wharekauri
  • Moriori.

The iwi listed have been sourced through a directory of iwi and Māori organisations, Te Kāhui Māngai, and our regional offices. The iwi listed do not necessarily reflect the views of Te Puni Kōkiri. Please do not hesitate to contact us if you have any queries.

About Te Kāhui Māngai

Te Kāhui Māngai (Directory of Iwi and Māori Organisations) gives information on iwi identified in the Māori Fisheries Act 2004, and those iwi/hapū that have begun the process of negotiating settlement of their historical Treaty of Waitangi claims; and mandated Iwi Organisations to represent these iwi/hapū that have been recognised by the New Zealand Government.

You can view Te Kāhui Māngai here http://www.tkm.govt.nz/

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Local events and updates

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

  • “We want more people, speaking more Māori, in more places” says Chief Executive Michelle Hippolite. Image: Adrian Heke.

    Kei te mihi a Te Puni Kōkiri i te ngākaunui o te Kaunihera ki te reo Māori

    • Date: 20 February 2018

    "Me mihi te Kaunihera o Pōneke i tō rātou māia ki te whakamana i te reo Māori hei reo kōrero i te tāone matua o Aotearoa," te kī a te Toihautū a Te Puni Kōkiri, a Michelle Hippolite.

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  • The Australian indigenous business delegation in New Zealand

    Te Puni Kōkiri hosts Australian indigenous business delegation

    • Date: 16 February 2018

    Australian Indigenous and Māori business leaders realise they both face similar barriers.

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  • Photo by Te Rāwhitiroad Bosch

    Mass haka to welcome fleet of waka

    • Date: 15 February 2018

    About a thousand people in Wellington are gearing up to perform in a mass haka on the waterfront, to pōwhiri a dazzling fleet of ocean-voyaging waka.

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  • Conservation Board Vacancies 2018

    • Date: 21 December 2017 to 02 February 2018

    The Minister of Conservation is responsible for appointing members to Conservation Boards across Aotearoa New Zealand and is seeking nominations for membership.

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    • Open to the public, no booking required
    • Organiser: Department of Conservation
  • Father of four, Kenny Moenoa (Ngāti Toa) and son Zion Moenoa, 2017. Photo credit. Arian Heke.

    Giving whānau a fresh start

    • Date: 20 December 2017

    The Porirua Whānau Centre has been looking after whānau for the last 23 years. One of six family centres in New Zealand, the Porirua Whānau Centre in Cannons Creek is a friendly, welcoming place. Chief Executive, Liz Kelly, describes it as a ‘hub’ for the community.

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