Kia ora – Welcome to Te Arawa District Māori Council
On 20 May 2015 Te Arawa District Māori Council elections were held.
Te Arawa District Māori Council Executive are:
Appointments to NZMC are:
Te Arawa District Māori Council contact: RangimarieMahuika
The boundary for Te Arawa district are from Te Puke in Western Bay of Plenty across to Whangaparaoa in the east, and inland to the western shores of Waikaremoana. Across to Taupo and Taumarunui at the southern end, heading north to Mangakino and Tirau returning across the Mangorewa ranges to Te Puke
UP & COMING EVENTS
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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.
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.
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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