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2020 Scholarship Applications now OPEN
Registered Members are invited to apply
Up to $750 per scholarship
Applications close Friday 31st July 2020, 5pm
Each year Ngātiwai Trust Board offers tertiary scholarships to Secondary School Leavers and Adult Tauira to assist with their tertiary education. Scholarships for 2020 are now open, the criteria to apply is outlined in the application forms below.
For any further information please contact Hannah Edmonds on 09 430 0939 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Te Tohora – \”Te Kowhiti\” – Stranded during COVID-19
The team of Hori Parata, Te Kaurinui Parata, Poai Neha, Blake Te Kata, Jaycee Tipene-Thomas, Sylvia Wano, Aotea Parata, Ngariki Ngatai, Melissa Brown and Christopher Haika completed the Flensing of a Tohara that stranded in a remote beach just around from Ngahau Bay in Whangaruru. The Tohara stranded during COVID-19 level 4, and it is only today that the team have been able to assemble to complete this kaupapa.
The conditions and weather were perfect for this difficult mahi, and with the taonga having been lying here for over 5 weeks, to say the smell was ripe would be an understatement……tino haunga!! You can\’t smell it through these pictures.
Blake, Te Kaurinui, Jacycee have worked on over 30 whales with uncle Hori, with the Taranaki strandings being a significant kauapa in time for this team a couple of years ago that Poai and Sylvia were of part of too. Now with their experience and guidance of Uncle Hori, the team were quick on the knives on a beautiful winters day to get the mahi tahi done.
Ko wai te ingoa? Te Kowhiti!
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Hua Para Kore – 21 June 2020
If you are on this journey and wanting to learn more, then check out Hua Para Kore on the 21st of June. See the pānui below for more details.
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pite her 15 years service to the job, she only gets a pay rise when minimum wage goes up. Click here to read the full story