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Maori Land Court
The Māori Land Court has jurisdiction to hear matters relating to Māori land including successions, title improvements, Māori land sales, and the administration of Māori land trusts and Incorporations. It also has jurisdiction to hear cases under the Māori Fisheries Act 2004, the Māori Commercial Aquaculture Claims Settlement Act 2004 and a number of other statutes.
Tareha Lane Mangatawa
P.O. Box 4353 Mount Maunganui South
07 575 7152
Chairperson: Jack Thatcher
Secretary: Christine McLeod
Nga Potiki a Tamapahore (better known as ‘Nga Potiki’) are the descendants of our eponymous ancestor, Tamapahore. A renowned 14th Century leader and warrior, he led his own people and the descendants of his half brother, Te Rangihouhiri, into Tauranga Moana as part of Te heke a Ngai Te Rangihouhiri, later known as Ngai Te Rangi.
Nau mai haere mai ki tenei wharangi ipurangi o te iwi o Ngai Te Rangi. Welcome to the official website of Ngai Te Rangi. Our Iwi or Tribe is Tauranga Moana based with our principal localities including Tauranga, Mt Maunganui, Papamoa, Welcome Bay, Katikati, Bowentown, Rangiwaea, Matakana, Motiti and Tuhua(Mayor) Islands.
The AGM was held on 17 September 2016 and saw Kevin Haua re-elected onto the Committee of Management. Your current Committee of Management are Kevin Haua (chair), Neil Te Kani (deputy), Wakata Kingi, Victoria Kingi and Paula Werohia.more »
The 2017 Education Grant applications closed on 17 February 2017. Thank you to all those who submitted applications. We received a total of 35 applications. The applicants can expect to hear the outcome of their application in writing within the next few weeks.more »
The 2016/2017 dividends and kaumatua grants (distributed to those aged 65yrs+ upon application) have been paid to those shareholders with known addresses and current bank account details and have dividends owing to them over over $10.00. If you live overseas and we have your postal address, payment will be disbursed to in the new year. If you have any queries, please contact the office.more »