Nau mai, haere mai!
Nau mai e ngaa uri whakaheke o Ngaa Rauru Kiitahi.
He hononga teenei ki a koutou katoa ahakoa ko hea koutou e noho mai ana i te ao tuuroa nei.
Te Kaahui o Rauru is committed to the revitalisation of Ngaa Raurutanga. This is our taahuuhuu koorero. We are mindful that our Hauoratanga (social, economic and environmental) development must assist in this revitalization in order to ensure our endurance as Ngaa Rauru whilst guaranteeing that our uri enjoy good health, a quality lifestyle and are able to contribute to a global society with their Ngaa Raurutanga intact.
It would be remiss of us if we were to strive for anything less than excellence in all that we do. We look to the future with confidence and determination that we exist to strengthen Ngaa Rauru Kiitahitanga on many fronts. Supporting development towards cultural, social, economic and environmental prosperity is our purpose.
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Te Haapai Mauri
Te Totara Hoe – Corporate Services
Te Totara Hoe is the Corporate Services team that provides internal support managing resources to achieve Te Kaahui o Rauru’s strategies, ensuring compliance with a number of governance obligations and improving corporate policies, procedures and outcomes. Te Totara Hoe also has co-ordinating role in standardising the operating model and accountability across the TKOR Group.
Te Ahi Kaaroa – Tribal Development
Te Ahi Kaaroa works to achieve the strategic objectives of Te Kaahui o Rauru by focusing on the social and cultural development outcomes for the marae, hapuu and whaanau of Ngaa Rauru Kiitahi.
Te Paataka o Rauru
Te Paataka o Rauru works to protect and grow the investment portfolio, develop strategic relationships with potential iwi co-investments partners and support the development of our uri. Te Paataka o Rauru is the shareholder of most our iwi businesses.
Te Paataka o Tangaroa
Te Paataka o Tangaroa hold our iwi shares received from Te Ohu Kaimoana as part of the Fisheries Settlement in 2008. Te Paataka o Tangaroa diversified in 2020 purchasing an existing fishing charter in Whanganui.