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WHANGANUI IWI

Websites for Iwi and Hapu affliliated to Whanganui

Whanganui Hearings- Southern Cluster Office
The SWC Website was created to assist in keeping whanau, hapu and Iwi informed of events and issues within the Whanganui Inquiry District (WAI 903) Treaty of Waitangi Land Claims.
Parikino Marae
For all those Whanau who miss home and to the visitors who wish to learn more about the Iwi/Hapu o Whanganui, this link takes you to the site of Ngati Tuera-Hinearo. It has information on whats happening at Parikino Marae on the Whanganui River.

Koriniti Marae
Visit the homeland of the Ngati Pamoana people on the Whanganui River, or for whanau, check into your marae homesite to see what's happening.
Foreshore and Seabed
A comprehensive guide to the issue of the proposed Foreshore and Seabed legislation, including a full text of the Bill, speeches, media releases, framework documents, FAQs and general submissions.
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Te Oranganui Iwi Health Authority

Korowaitia te puna waiora hei oranga motuhake mo te iwi

Te Oranganui Iwi Health Authority is a leading Health Care provider delivering a quality service contributing to the mana motuhake of whanau, hapu, iwi and other peoples.

WHANGANUI FEATURES
Explore some of the area's more recognisable aspects
Whanganui District Health Board
The Whanganui District Health Board is located at 100 Heads Rd, Whanganui. For more information please go to the link (above).
www.uniquelynz.com/whanganui.htm
"This section of the site covers the history of the Whanganui River, the River Boats which served it and the Whanganui Journey, a 145km journey by canoe from Taumarunui to Pipiriki taking about 5 days."
Department of Conservation, Whanganui Region
An extensive reference to some of the area's more unique aspects; from conservation information regarding natural, historic and cultural resources and protection/enhancement of the land, to the latest news, media, releases and issues in relation to the Whanganui Region.
Whanganui Museum
The museum's home page showcasing some incredible Maori exhibitions; most recently the 'Flax Magic' exhibit exploring Traditional Maori and commercial uses of harakeke, developed with the assistance and enthusiasm of local and national artists and educators. Also the 'Te Ati Haunui-a-Paparangi', 'Te Pataka Whakaahua' and 'Nga Manu: Birds of New Zealand' displays.
Whanganui Regional Maori Tourism Organisation

For more information about 'Journeys on the Whanganui River', a tourism venture of local tourist operators working within the Whanganui rohe, visit the website (click link above) or contact:

Niko Tangaroa
Phone: +64 21496786
Email: wmrto@xtra.co.nz

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