Posts Tagged ‘Lisa Tumahai’

Tā Mark Solomon re-elected Kaiwhakahaere

E te iwi whānui, nāia te mihi kau atu ki a koutou i runga i ngā tini āhuatanga o te wā. Mauri ora ki a tātou. Te Rūnanga o Ngāi Tahu held an election for Kaiwhakahaere and Deputy Kaiwhakahaere at its meeting this morning, Saturday 20 September 2014, in accordance with the policy adopted in…

Read More

Talking trade and investment with American Indian and Alaskan Native tribes.

Ngāi Tahu deputy kaiwhakahaere Lisa Tumahai is among five emerging Maori business leaders on their way to the United States to talk economic development, trade, investment and community networking with American Indian and Alaskan Native tribes. Lisa  says she  is looking forward to gaining an insight into American Indian economic development. “The trip creates an…

Read More
23rd May 2013
Posted under: Pānui

Ngāi Tahu leaders honored

Tēnā kōrua e ngā manu taupua, kai ngā manawa tītī; mā mātou kōrua e whakamihi. E whakamanamana ana mātou i a koutou ko whiwhi i te hōnore nui me ā kōrua mahi whakaharahara tonu. Nei rā te mihi kau atu ki a kōrua, anō he tai matapopore, e kore rawa tēnei puna whakamihi e mimiti…

26th April 2013
Posted under: Pānui

Ngāi Tahu youth on a hīkoi in Kaikōura

This weekend a group of Ngāi Tahu rangatahi (youth) are going on a hīkoi around Kaikōura and then up to the Marlborough Sounds to learn about some of the first footsteps their tīpuna took on their migration to Te Waipounamu. The hīkoi is part of Manawa Hou a youth initiative designed to pass on knowledge…

Hui ā Iwi 2012

With a new name and new look, Ngāi Tahu staged its inaugural Hui-ā-Iwi, attracting Ngāi Tahu whānau from all over Aotearoa. It was organised in response to consistent feedback that whānau wanted whanaungatanga – connecting and renewing relationships with each other – to be the focus for annual hui.

Read More
20th July 2012
Posted under: Pānui

The Ngāi Tahu position on the water debate

20 July 2012 In a climate where all Iwi/Māori are working to protect their interests with water, Ngāi Tahu welcomes the undertaking of the government not to legislate over those rights and interests. So called divisions between various stakeholders are often more a matter of perception than of reality. Ngāi Tahu believes its position on…

19th September 2011
Posted under: Pānui

Election results: Te Runanga o Ngai Tahu Kaiwhakahaere and Deputy Kaiwhakahaere

Mark Solomon was re-elected Kaiwhakahaere of Te Rūnanga o Ngāi Tahu at its ordinary monthly meeting held on Saturday, 17 September 2011. Lisa Tumahai was elected Deputy Kaiwhakahaere. Mark Solomon, the representative for Kaikōura Rūnanga, has held the position of Kaiwhakahaere for more than ten years. He says he is humbled to be elected unanimously…