Te Kupenga O Ngati Hako Te Kupenga o Ngati Hako was established in 1989 and became an Incorporated Society in 1992. Te Kupenga o Ngati Hako Inc consists of 15 trustees. Our trusteeship is made up of two representatives from each of the three marae; the Ngati Hako representative on… Read More
The descendants of Hako are warmly invited to attend a Hui-a-Iwi to discuss the elements of a Ngati Hako treaty Settlement in Hauraki and Tamaki, and to further consider a Hako Post Settlement Governance Entity.
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Te Ara Hou and Te Ara Whakamua. Are programs that have been designed to assist people working on finding work.
Our objective is to work with participants to achieve sustainable employment. Te Ara Whakamua is focused toward supporting single parent’s in exploring pathways forward and developing a plan that will achieve individual Part-time or fulltime employment.Read More
Te Kupenga o Ngati Hako was established in 1989 and became an Incorporated Society in 1992. Te Kupenga o Ngati Hako Inc consists of 15 trustees.
Our trusteeship is made up of two representatives from each of the three marae; the Ngati Hako representative on the Hauraki Maori Trust Board and eight other trustees of Ngati Hako descent who are nominated at Hako Hui a Iwi every three years.Read More
Te Kupenga o Ngati Hako is the iwi organisation of Ngati Hako. We were established in 1989 and enacted as an incorporated society in 1992.
Te Kupenga o Ngati Hako is currently represented by three Ngati Hako marae; Te Kotahitanga Marae in Tirohia, Paeahi Marae in Waitoki and Te Iti o Hauraki Marae in Kerepehi.
Our marae alongside of the hapu, whanau and individuals of Ngati Hako have come together
“Kia mau ki te tino Rangatiratanga o Ngati Hako.”
Our vision is to achieve positive and empowering outcomes for our people through increased opportunities in the following areas
• Cultural Integrity and development
• Spiritual Growth
• Economic Growth
• Social Development
Our mission is: to preserve protect and enhance the identity, integrity, interest and general well being of Ngati Hako iwi.”
The mission of the trustees is to advance the case of our people in every way possible and to preserve and promote our cultural posterity.