Who can register?
Any person who has whakapapa to any of the Iwi and Hapū of Te Rohe o Te Wairoa, regardless of age or where you live. Whāngai and legally adopted persons are also eligible to register, and we encourage you to register your tamariki too.
Why should I register?
Because as a descendant through your whakapapa you are entitled to become a beneficiary of this Settlement! Our Settlement will enable a better future for our whānau and more importantly for our future generations – our tamariki and mokopuna. Like our ancestors did for us, we are trying to leave what we have in a better place for our future generations.
How will I benefit from the Settlement?
The Settlement acknowledges that our land was taken, so we can move forward to regain our mana over our land, our Reo, and improve our opportunities for education, health and well-being.
Tātau Tātau o Te Wairoa is our Post-Settlement Governance Entity (PSGE) and is currently working through planning for how the Settlement is used and managed. We will keep you updated of any opportunities that might be of benefit.
How can I stay updated on what’s happening?
Keep an eye out for our regular pānui on our website and Facebook page.
We are committed to communicating with all our Iwi, Hapū and Whānau. We will try to come back to you as soon as we can to answer any questions.
If I have a question, who do I ask?
How do I register?
This registration form will be entered into our beneficiary database, which is administered by Tātau Tātau o Te Wairoa.
All whakapapa details will be kept confidential. If further whakapapa details are required we will contact you.
What if I live overseas?
This Settlement is for everyone with whakapapa to our iwi, hapū, and marae. It does not matter if you live at home or overseas, you can still register.
How am I represented?
Tātau Tātau o Te Wairoa Initial Trustees were elected by our members. Each of the seven Kāhui (clusters) voted for one Ahi-Kā Trustee and one general Trustee to represent their Kāhui.
Our initial Trustees are: Phillip Beattie, Darren Beatty, Huia LH Huata, Carwyn Jones, Heta Kaukau, Oha Manuel, Carmen Morrell, Pieri Munro (Deputy Chairperson), Richard Niania, Tamati Olsen, Moana Rongo, Apiata Tapine, Johnina Tewira Symes, and Leon Symes (Chairperson).