Te Tāhuhu oTawakeheimoa Trust
Kaikaitahuna Management Company
Te Tāhuhu o Tawakeheimoa Trust
Current Board of Trustees:
Henare Mohi (Chair)
Te Rangikaheke Bidois
12 Taui St, Ngongotaha
PO Box 131, Ngongotaha
Ph: 07 3575814
The Trust was proposed and ratified by the Iwi as the Iwi Post Settlement Governance Entity. The Trust was officially established and registered, with initial trustees in December 2012. It’s purpose is to receive and hold the settlement assets from the Crown for and behalf of the Iwi. The Trust Deed objects guide the trustee’s activities and decisions to protect and grow the assets. Two key objects:
- to establish a commercial company, wholly owned by Te Tāhuhu, to carry out commercial activities and
- community development trust
As per the Trust Deed, the election of trustees is by rotation, held at the annual general meeting in the year of election.
Te Toko Toru Tapu Settlement Legislation
Te Tāhuhu o Tawakeheimoa Trust Deed
Te Kaikaitahuna Management Company doc’s
Te Ara o Hinerua Limited Partnership documents
E Tū Ana a Ngāti Rangiwewehi 2040 Visions
Hamurana Springs Reserve Management Plan
Ngāti Rangiwewehi Iwi Environment Management Plan
Te Kaikaitahuna Management Company Ltd
Board of Directors
Henare Mohi (Chair)
Dean Witehira (Forestry)
Owen Mitai-Wells (Financial and Business)
Enquiries about Hamurana Reserve
Te Kaikaitahuna Management Company (TKM) is the general partner under the Te Ara o Hinerua Limited Partnership. TKM is responsible for managing the commercial assets on behalf of Te Tāhūhū O Tawakeheimoa Trust. As the commercial arm we are also responsible for identifying and progressing new commercial opportunities.
TKM current responsibilities include managing the iwi forestry portfolio and the Hamurana Springs Recreation Reserve.
Kaikaitahuna ‘Hamurana Springs’ is a place of special significance since the time of Tawakeheimoa. It was a place of abundance, where the tūpuna lived, raised their whanau, worked, fought, died, and, in some cases were even buried there. This reserve was returned to the iwi in the 2014 Ngāti Rangiwewehi Treaty Settlement.