Tauwhao Te Ngare Trust

Rangiwaea Island Kaumatua unit available

Tauwhao Te Ngare Trust currently has one Kaumatua unit available, if you are over 65 years and are considering making the move back to Rangiwaea Island please contact Coralie Gardiner via email: coralie@tauwhaotrust.co.nz or by phone: 07 578 1045 for further details or to download a Papakainga housing application form go to: http://www.tauwhaotrust.co.nz/cs/Services.asp?type=25


Tauwhao Te Ngare Trust
Papakainga Meeting

When: Saturday 20th November 2010
Where: Tauranga Moana Trust Hall

Meeting commences at 10.00 am.

(a) Licence to occupy
(b) WBOPDC resource consent
(c) Section allocation and criteria
(d) Finance options

For further information contact
Coralie Gardiner 07 5781 045 or coralie@tauwhaotrust.co.nz

Update 6/10/08:  New Trustee to replace Puhirake Ihaka.  Jeffrey Rolleston was voted in at the last Tauwhao Te Ngare AGM.  

Update 17/3/08:  The Trust has a new Chairperson, Phil Gardiner.  Phil replaces Will Gardiner and comes with a wealth of experience particularly in relation to business finance.   

Applications are invited from owners or their descendants for the 2009 Education and Scholarships for tertiary level study (special conditions apply).  Application forms are available from:

Kelly Morgan, Te Awanui Huka Pak Co-op Ltd., telephone 07/5725955 or http://www.tauwhaotrust.co.nz/  Applications close every year on 31 March.  The 2008 applications are now closed.

Brendon Taingahue (Orchard Manager) advises that the harvesting of kiwifruit happened in March and was very successful.  Picking every year is getting quicker so as to catch the Asian markets that attract top dollar. 

Recent developments include the building of a holding shed in the orchard for kiwifruit.

Election of a new Trustee, Brendon Taingahue (also Manager) at the recent Trust AGM held in early October, 2007.

The Tauwhao Te Ngare Trust AGM is held on the first Friday in October every year at Rangiwaea Marae.  Make a note of that date to attend and hear about the positive developments happening within the economic arm of the Hapu.

Check out the Tauwhao Te Ngare website as follows:


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