Consultation on proposed National Environmental Standard for Marine Aquaculture

Letter received from Ministry of Primary Industries dated 14 June 2017 on the consultation on proposed National Environmental Standard for Marine Aquaculture.  To read click on link below: Marine...
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Drug Policy Symposium

The New Zealand Drug Foundation is holding a parliamentary symposium in July, Through the Maze: Healthy Drug Law. We are bringing together some amazing speakers and thinkers for this symposium. Wednesday, 5 July, 2017 – Thursday, 6 July, 2017 9am Banquet Hall,...
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Te Rau Matatini Panui Haratua 2017

Te Rau Matatini welcomes a new Chief Executive. http://teraumatatini.com/news/new-headship              
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Kia Ora, Welcome

Te Ropu Wahine Maori Toko i te Ora (Maori Women’s Welfare League Inc), is a prominent, reputable Maori organisation in New Zealand’s social and commercial environment.

2017/18 Branch Affiliation
Click on the Branch Affiliation form below to open the PDF.  Print the form and fill in the details. Then, email or post directly to National Office. Payment methods are online direct credit, in person at any BNZ branch, or via cheque to head office. For help, please contact Nikki at nikki.phillips@mwwl.org.nz  

What it means to be a League member

National President Prue Kapua

I am humbled and proud to have been welcomed to the whare with my whanau, friends and members of Te Ropu Wahine Maori Toko i te Ora.

I acknowledge and pay respect to tangata whenua, our past Presidents, National Executive members and National Office staff.

League Events

65th National Conference

This event will be held at the TSB Stadium in New Plymouth on 27-30 September 2017.
More information to come. Download Conference Form

Koroneihana 2017

Turangawaewae Marae

Paraire 18 o nga ra o Akuhata
Nga Kawe Mate o Tainui

Rahoroi 19 o nga ra o Akuhata
Nga Kawe Mate o Te Motu
Nga Whakangahau me nga Papa      Taakaro

Ratapu 20 o nga ra o Akuhata
Karakia o te Ratapu
Nga Whakangahau me nga Papa  Taakaro

Mane 21 o nga ra o Akuhata
Te Ra Koroneihana o Kingi Tuheiti
Nga Haka me nga Papa Taakaro

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