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Aotea

Kia ora – Welcome to Aotea District Māori Council.

The Boundary of Aotea starts from the Mokau River, heading east to Lake Taupo at the Waitaha River, across Lake Taupo to Rangitikei, then south to Whangehu River

On the 16th May 2015 Aotea District Māori Council elections were held.

  • Aotea District Māori Council Executive are:
  • Chair:John Hooker
  • Senior Deputy Chair:Te Reo Hemi
  • Junior Deputy Chair: Ross Tiepa
  • Secretary:Diane Ratahi
  • Treasurer: Pat Hinga

Appointments to NZMC are:

  • John Hooker
  • Te Reo Hemi
  • Pura Whale

Elected proxies are:

  • Diane Ratahi
  • Lorraine Kiriona
  • Carol Te Huna

Aotea District Māori Council contact:       Diane Ratahi dianeratahi@hotmail.com

The Māori Committees listed below formed the Aotea District Māori Council:

  • Winiata Māori Committee
  • Ngā Ruahine Iwi Authority Māori Committee
  • Ngā Ruahine Kaumatua Kaunihera Māori Committee
  • Ngātiki Māori Committee
  • Opunake Māori Committee
  • Whakahurangi Māori Committee
  • Parikino Māori Committee
  • Otaihape Māori Wardens Trust
  • Taumarunui Māori Wardens Trust
  • Whanganui Māori Wardens Trust
  • Ruaputahanga Māori Wardens Trust
  • Ngā Watene Māori o Whanganui
  • Aotea District Māori Wardens Trust
  • Ruapehu Māori Wardens Sub
  • Marton Māori Wardens Trust
  • Mangakino Māori Wardens Trust

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About Us

The general functions of the New Zealand Māori Council are set out in the Māori Community Development Act 1962. This Act conveys the Council’s purpose and gives us the framework in which we operate.

Our Team

The NZ Māori Council is spearheaded by elected representatives from each Māori District. From within this national body, representatives are elected to advance the goals of the NZ Māori Council.

Our History

  • NZ Māori Council's rich and unique history can be traced back to the Kotahitanga movement and the Māori parliaments in the 1800s.

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