Tuesday, May 24, 2016

Te Atiawa ki Whakarongotai Charitable Trust (AWCT) with NO Treaty Claim invited CFRT Waterway Researchers to hui on Sunday 29 May 2016


At at the Ruanui & Rangitane Parata Whakarongotai Marae, Waikanae the Waterways Wananga in our Rohe.  No WAI claimants invited except maybe Parata WAI 88&89 claimants. 

19th May 2016 Submission for Parata WAI 88, 89 & 2361 claimants on behalf of Te Atiawa ki Whakarongotai Charitable Trust to Waitangi Tribunal.(click link below)

WAI 88, 89, 2361 Comprehensive Report  
The Trustees from this Charitable Trust rubber stamped the destruction of our Waterways with Kapiti Coast District Council and Greater Wellington Regional Council. Which Charitable Trust received compensation for destruction.  As always they have no transparency ethics. 

A complaint was laid by Ngaatiawa WAI Claimants to CFRT who were excluded from this Wananga.  CFRT also verified they did not initiate the Wananga AWCT.  

Sunday, April 24, 2016

Atiawa ki Whakarongotai Charitable Trust 2016

Your employees need to be very careful on what they say to strangers.   Christie Parata made a statement about a data-base with no evidence to back up her claim.   

However WAI 1018 claimants do.  No one was ever employed or signed a contract with Te Atiawa ki Whakarongotai Runanga or Atiawa ki Whakarongotai Charitable Trust to create a data-base to our knowledge.  
Te Atiawa ki Whakarongotai Runanga did receive funding from Te Puni Kokiri to create a professional data-base 2001-2002 according to Runanga financial reports.   Christie needs to follow the money, and ask Jack Rikihana, Danny Mullen, Bill Carter and her father and brother Ted & Damian Parata where the money went.   
Who received this cash to create data-base?  
This charitable trust-trustees and company directors need to comprehend.  Within the Ngaatiawa WAI 1018 claim hapuu are a few genuine, honest, law biding whanau members.  One a friend of Richard's did the Investigation on Runanga for Ani Parata and Richard Orzecki formally filed on record with government departments.  A retired Chief Inspector of Police has lived in Manawatu for many years. 
Justice of the Peace Appointed 2016
Pursuant to section 3(1) of the Justices of the Peace Act 1957, His Excellency the Governor-General of New Zealand has been pleased to appoint the following persons to be 
Justice of the Peace for New Zealand: 
Evans, David Rawiri Thomas, 17 Berkeley Road, Wainuiomata.
Dated at Wellington this 6th day of February 2016.
Hon. SIMON BRIDGES, Associate Minister of Justice. 

Saturday, February 6, 2016

Greater Wellington Regional Council

Greater Wellington Regional Council stated a couple of weeks ago to Te Atiawa Ki Whakarongotai Marae Trustees and Atiawa Ki Whakarongotai Charitable Trust - Trustees that the Chariable Trust (AWCT) is NO LONGER the ONE STOP for the Regional Council.  

A first, understandable AWCT does not have any beneficiaries and is non-transparent. Has been since Runanga constitution was changed in 2002 and adopted by AWCT on registration.   

Saturday, January 2, 2016

Waitara and Waikanae Ngaia-Moore Whanau

At NO stage will the Ngaatiawa ki Kapiti te taku tai me Waitara Ngaia-Moore whanau, voice in Ngaatiawa ki Kapiti te taku tai Waitangi Tribunal Hearings be oppressed.

David Doorbar from Otaraua Hapu mokopuna of Te Ihaia Kirikumara.  Who DID NOT support Te Rangitaake o Ngatiawa.
"Ihaia continued to oppose Te Rangitake for reasons of his own. Demonstrating political astuteness, he wrote letters to newspapers with the intention of rousing settler opposition to Te Rangitake. 
He supported Te Teira's sale of Waitara land to the government and when war began in March 1860 he assisted the government. On 27 June 1860 he guided British troops into position before the attack on Puke-ta-kauere pa. Although the British were severely defeated, Ihaia was praised for his part in the operation. In 1869 he helped raise Maori troops to fight Titokowaru and advised the government on Maori matters." click link
His mokopuna David has followed the same path to eliminate the Ngaia-Moore Te Rangitaake 2nd wife's whanau from having a voice in Waitara.  
He believes he has the right to speak for Te Rangitaake as the Otaraua mokopuna of Ihaia Kirikumara.   
He has lied about Ariki Reretawhangawhanga wife Te Kehu whakapapa and 1st and 2nd burial place, as he has with Te Rangitaake.  
Currently he is touting he is the "only person to know where Te Rangitaake is buried" in Environment Courts against one oil company while being the Otaraua spokesperson with the opposition oil company.  

The Ngaia-Moore whanau will not have their voice stolen from them by the Ihaia te Kumara Otaraua Whanau.  

As they did in 1860's, Taranaki WAI Hearings and OTS Settlement.  In the Ngaatiawa WAI Hearings on Kapiti Coast. Otaraua ki Taranaki will not speak for Ngatiawa ki Waitara.
We Otaraua Mokopurangi mokopuna have NO right to speak for our cousins on our Ngati Kura Pirikawau side, end of story. 

Parata WAI Claimants Hui with Ngaatiawa Claimants

We have heard talk other Parata claimants want to meet with Ngaatiawa Iwi WAI Claimants.  We are willing to do this, however;
  • We will not organise hui.  
  • We will not pay for hui. 
  • We will not cater for hui.
  • We will not attend hui at Whakarongotai Marae or AWCT offices.   
The date will have to suit all claimants and barristers concerned, at an agreed upon venue.
HAPPY NEW YEAR ONE AND ALL

Friday, January 1, 2016

Muaupoko Hearings Dec 2015 Agreement in Principle AMENDED

Decision made by Crown Counsel for OTS declining to enter into an "Agreement in Principle" with the "MANDATED MUAUPOKO TRIBAL COUNCIL."  

In the first quarter of 2016, is the "Mandated Iwi" process being challenged, this opens the door for Ngaatiawa Iwi claimants.   

To finally challenge the Te Ati Awa ki Whakarongotai Charitable Trust (Mandated Fisheries Iwi) who has had  NO BENEIFICIARES since 2002, with NON-TRANSPARENT POLICES as their operational processes.
This change of heart occurred because the Waitangi Tribunal gave 22 Muaupoko Claimants the right to have a WAI Hearing.  This decision was made after WAI 1018 Barrister and his clients gave evidence.  Which changed the adversaries and Crown Counsel minds.  Regarding "Agreement in Principle." 
The albeit "RADICAL" Muaupoko Iwi members were permitted to have a voice.   
Crown Law office has been notified - regarding Ombudsmans Reports, we will challenge Crown Counsel and OTS should they attempt to force us to be governed by Te Ati Awa ki Whakarongotai Charitable Trust (AWCT) "Mandated Iwi"
Using AWCT financial practices between 1995-2015 as non-transparency continues to thrive under government legislations.  
Corrupt morality with large ego's being the determining factors.  As their advisors who created these injustices in 2002 continue being the back room conductors to maintain division, coverups and corruption.   
"NON-TRANSPARENCY"
At the cost of everyone who has DNA to many honorouble Ngaatiawa Ariki, whom the government AND Parata Whanau attempted to erase from history.  On the Kapiti Coast.

Friday, November 6, 2015

Waitangi Tribunal Hui Whakarongotai Marae 17 Nov, 2015

WAI 1018 WILL NOT BE AT THIS HUI – WE WILL BE HAVE A SEPARATE HUI WITH TRIBUNAL WITH SEVERAL WHANAU.  Whom WHAKAPAPA TO NGĀTIAWA KI KAPITI COAST.
 descendants totally ostracized from Te Ati Awa ki Whakarongotai Marae, Charitable Trust and IWI for 168 years.
Reason for not attending ongoing GENERATIONAL  LATERAL VIOLENCE FROM WAI 88, 89 AND OTHER PARATA, ROPATA, BAKER CLAIMANTS. 
We invite Ngātiawa/Te Āti Awa claimants and their counsel to join us at a research hui with Tony Walzl.  Oct 2015 Scope Report: click link 

Tuesday 17 November 201511am - 2pmWhakarongotai MaraeWaikanae
The purpose of the hui is to discuss feedback on the attached draft research report commissioned for the Wai 2200 Porirua ki Manawatū district inquiry:

  

Thursday, October 22, 2015

WAI 88 NO Longer Called A Marae Claim

Te Āti Awa mai i Kukutauaki ki 

Whareroa claimants WAI 88
"As will be discussed further in the sub-section dealing with Terminology, there has been much debate around the nomenclature to be used to describe the respective claimant groups. For the purposes of this report, a certain position has been adopted which is explained below. For now, it is noted that although the Tribunal Directions and Project Brief originally used the term Te Ātiawa/Ngātiawa ki Whakarongotai, this has been altered in accordance with claimant perspectives"
Ngātiawa - Te Atiawa Scoping Report Draft 20 Oct 2015 released by Waitangi Tribunal today,  225 pages long ask your representatives Ani and Damian Parata for a copy.
WAI 88 for Parata - Nohorua Whanau Only, according to WAI 88 claimants Ani and Damian Parata Marae loses again.
At least we have been given fair warning of what the exclusive WAI 88 claimants are up too, interesting really.  We watch the word play and listen. 
Kiri Parata - Damian's sister 
giving a presentation
Healing Our Spirit Worldwide 7th Gathering, Hamilton 18 Nov 2015 - as are 2 other Ngātiawa ki Kapiti members. 

Whāia Te Ahi Kā : Ahi Kā and its role in hauora Author: Kiri Parata - Te Atiawa ki Waikanae, Ngāti Toa Rangatira, Ngāti Raukawa, Ngāti Ruanui. New Zealand 
(Topic) Hauora is enhanced and strengthened when whānau are actively participating in iwi and marae activities. 
(Context) In our small coastal iwi, Te Atiawa ki Waikanae, many of our whānau live outside our rohe, indeed we have a large population living overseas. 
Yet still our iwi members make a concerted effort to either come home on a regular basis or be engaged in iwi activities through social media and other avenues. 
In this small qualitative study we sought to understand the level of whānau participation in iwi and marae activities and whether this has changed over time. (Methods) A broad range of whānau were interviewed ensuring we had wide representation from those living in different geographical locations and good age and gender variations. Whānau with differing levels of participation were sought to be part of the study. The recruitment of participants was unusually easy as many whānau put themselves forward to participate. We sought to discover how engagement impacts on the health and wellbeing of the individual and their whānau. Early impressions of the data collected highlighted the emergence of key themes important to our people. Indigenous Potential (theme) will soar when we work together and manaaki each other, recognizing that differing approaches can be adopted to reach a common goal. (Findings) Our ahi kā, those people who have remained locally to keep the home fires burning, are our backbone, upholding tikanga for manuhiri (guests) whilst maintaining kaitiakitanga (stewardship) over our rohe (local area). (Main message) Whāia Te Ahi Kā has highlighted the need to support our ahi kā, our local families, creating opportunities to ensure our own people are flourishing and maintaining optimum health. Being engaged in iwi activities is not a choice, rather a way of life that cannot be separated from other components of everyday life. 
One of Kaumatua Interviewed WAI 88 Claimant Ani Parata
Summary (for use in the Programme if selected) Indigenous Potential: ‘Whāia Te Ahi Kā – Ahi Kā and its role in hauora’ shares the stories from one small iwi (tribe) of how active participation in marae and iwi activities impacts on the health and wellbeing of the individual and their whānau (family) in a positive way, enhancing connectedness and a sense of belonging.

Thursday, September 17, 2015

Ngaatiawa Iwi Website

Ngaatiawa Iwi Ki Kapiti Coast - Re-Est. 2013 Treaty Claim official site launch 18 September 2015.
Happy Birthday Ngamate Tamati-Pirikawau named after her father Mate-Reihana Tamati-Pirikawau.  
 Click link. Ngatiawa Iwi Ki Kapiti Te Taku Tai

Thursday, September 10, 2015

Te Atiawa ki Whakarongotai Marae Trustees Caught in Legislation Breaches

The Parata Te Atiawa ki Whakarongotai Marae Trustees also lose credibility again.

According to Trustee's Duties "A Guide" Te Ture Whenua Maaori Land Act 1993 p.14.  Marae trustee's are also bound by Charitable Trust Act. Anne-Maree Ellison/Parata-Bukholt is not permitted to be a Marae trustee.  
Another "clerical error" by Mr Carter JP, is not an acceptable excuse for the Atiawa ki Whakarongotai Charitable Trust or the Parata - Toa, Raukawa, Atiawa ki Whakarongotai Marae Trustees.  
The Marae Chairman well it is common knowledge he needs serious help, the Treasurer for both organisations an illegal trustee.  Who if honourable would have declared her situation in 2013.    
Call it what it is blatant dishonesty with intent, ignorance and arrogance again.  Ironically, majority of Marae trustees and all of Charitable Trust Trustees and company directors.  Support for dishonesty, bullying, lateral violence and legistlation breaches is astonishing.  With these two trust's and they dragged KCDC - Toa-Raukawa-Atiawa Whakameinga Komiti and  A.R.T Confederation in there with them.  
As Ngaatiawa Iwi ki Kapiti are entering into a higher lever phase of Treaty Claim discussions with updated "Statements of Claims."  An announcement in October 2015 by Tribunal will clarify this statement.
We give thank's the Min of Justice "Waitangi Tribunal" and "Office of Treaty Settlements" are bound by legislations and laws.  However, imperfect they are, it's a baseline to maintain a degree of dignity and integrity.    

Wednesday, September 9, 2015

Atiawa ki Whakarongotai Charitable Trust Illegal Trustee Updated 14/09/2015

Atiawa ki Whakarongotai Charitable Trust have done it again.  They have operated with a Trustee who since 2013 does not qualify.

As a Justice of Peace Bill Carter, should know when he registers a trustee they need to qualify under the Charities Act.
Anne-Maree Ellison Bukholt owned 50,000 shares of 100,000 of this "body corporate that is being wound up, is in liquidation or receivership, or is subject to statutory" click link document 1 of 2 Nu Image Interiors doc #2 Nu Link Final Liq Report  
Anne-Maree the Treasurer for Te Atiawa ki Whakarongotai Marae Trustees and Atiawa ki Whakarongotai Charitable Trust (AWCT).  She has no right as AWCT representative on Kapiti Coast District Council (KCDC) - Whakameinga Komiti.   
To tell Ngaatiawa Iwi ki Kapiti and Te Atiawa ki Whakarongotai Marae Trustees in front of a KCDC Councillors and staff  "No  Customary Water Rights will be discussed with KCDC at this meeting."  Ra Higgott fellow AWCT Trustee also agreed with this statement.  
 Issue the Marae NOT being charged water supply rates.  The letter KCDC and others are looking for, that sorts this issue out Ngaatiawa Iwi Treaty Claim researchers actually has a copy.    
Councillors from this government department need to think about what they are doing and who they take their advice from click link KCDC  regarding the "Customary Rights" of Ngaatiawa Iwi ki Kapiti.  It is really evident they are happy to breach multiple legislations to listen to dishonest people.  AWCT a trust with "NO BENEFICIARIES."
NZ Legislation - Charities Act 2005 
Qualifications of officers of charitable entitiespage1image4560
(1) (2) (a) A person who is not disqualified by this section is qualified to be an officer of a charitable entity. The following persons are disqualified from being officers of charitable entities:
an individual who is an undischarged bankrupt:
(g) - management under the Corporations (Investigation and Management) Act 1989:
a body corporate that is being wound up, is in liquidation or receivership, or is subject to statutory... click on link
NZ Charities Act