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Wairere Mahi

We actively protect, restore and enhance our natural environment for current and future generations. 

Wairere Toi

We empower our tamariki with the aroha, wisdom and traditions of our ancestors.


Wairere Ako

We support and advocate for ākonga and whānau success within the education system.


Mahia te mahi, hei painga mo te iwi

Our Pepeha

Where We Are

Our Iwi Story

Our Marae

Te Puāwaitanga o Ngāti Hinerangi Iwi Trust

Our organisation works to advance the collective aspirations of our people as we work towards achieving our iwi vision – Whakatupuranga 2075.

Our mahi aims to bring meaningful and tangible benefit to our iwi and the wider community who live in our takiwā.

We’ve also set out to ensure our whenua, sites of significance and taonga species throughout the Kaimai Range is protected and maintained.

We look to our past for guidance, we stand united in the present, in order to walk confidently into the future.

Kia tika, kia mahi, kia puāwai.


Latest News

AGM date set for April 6

AGM date set for April 6

We are pleased to announce that the Te Puāwaitanga o Ngāti Hinerangi Iwi Trust Group AGM 2023 will be held on Saturday 6 April 2024, Matamata Club,...

All trustee elections complete

All trustee elections complete

We'd like to extend a big congratulations to the newly elected representatives for Te Puāwaitanga o Ngāti Hinerangi Iwi Trust: Tabitha McKenzie...

Emphatic welcome for new CE

Emphatic welcome for new CE

After a long and robust recruitment process led by JacksonStone & Partners, I am pleased to announce Chris McKenzie as the new Chief Executive...