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  This web site is run by the Ngāi Tai ki Tāmaki Tribal Trust, the body mandated to settle all outstanding historical treaty claims for Ngāi Tai ki Tāmaki with the Crown. Feel free to browse through our site and please ensure you return regularly for Updates and News about Ngāi Tai ki Tāmaki our Claims and our People.  

Ngai Tai ki Tamaki Tribal Trustee Elections
Trustee Election and Annual General Meeting

Sunday 17 September 2017 at 10 am, Umupuia Marae, Maraetai


The Ngāi Tai ki Tāmaki Tribal Trust is holding elections for two (2) trustee positions on Sunday 17 September 2017.  The election is being held in accordance with provisions of the Ngāi Tai ki Tāmaki Tribal Trust Deed.  Copies of the Trust Deed are available from the Ngāi Tai ki Tāmaki Tribal Trust website.

  Notice Calling for Nominations for Trustee Election  

All nominations must be in writing and signed by two adult registered members (aged 18 years or over) of Ngāi Tai ki Tāmaki.  Nominations must be signed by the candidate.  Any adult registered member of Ngāi Tai ki Tāmaki is eligible for nomination provided he or she meets all other eligibility criteria as set out at clause 8.3(f)(i) – (iv) of the Trust Deed. Click here for Deed


Trustee nomination forms are available from:

  a. The Returning Officer by calling the tollfree Election Helpline 0800 666 935 or emailing nominations@electionz.com  

b. The Trust Office at 102 Maraetai Drive, Maraetai; or

c. Click Here to download a Nomination Form

Nominations must be received by the Returning Officer on or before 5pm Monday 14 August 2017.

  Registration for Voting  

All adult registered beneficiaries (aged 18 years or over) of Ngāi Tai ki Tāmaki are eligible to vote in the election.   We invite all adult members of Ngāi Tai ki Tāmaki to vote in the election.


If you are already a registered beneficiary, you do not need to register again for the election.


New registrations from members of Ngāi Tai ki Tāmaki must be received by 5pm Monday 14 August 2017.   You can register:

(a)          Online at http://www.ngaitai-ki-tamaki.co.nz/registration.html; or

(b)          By downloading a registration form from the website and returning it to the Trust Office at 102 Maraetai Drive, Maraetai or by post to PO Box 59, Beachlands, Auckland 2147.

  Voting in the Election  

If more than two nominations are received an election will be required to determine the Trustees.  The vote will be held under the conduct of the Returning Officer, Anthony Morton of electionz.com, who has been appointed by the Trust.


Voting papers will be posted to all registered beneficiaries from 23 August 2017.   If you have not received a voting paper, please contact the Returning Officer via the election helpline 0800 666 935 or iro@electionz.com.


Votes can be cast by:

(a)       Posting the completed voting paper to the returning officer, PO Box 3138, Christchurch 8140 to reach him before 17 September 2017; or

(b)       Handing your completed voting paper to the voting representative at the Annual General Meeting on 17 September 2017.

(c)       Voting online at  www.ngaitai-ki-tamaki.co.nz. (details of how to vote online will be available in the voting paper and from the Returning Officer. - iro@electionz.com)


Anthony Morton, Returning Officer,  electionz.com Ltd,  PH:0800 666 935  iro@electionz.com


  If you descend from our Ngāi Tai ancestor Te Whatatau, then please register.  
  Method One - Online
Click here to 'Register Online' - Easiest and fastest method
  Method Two - Download a form
Download and print out one of our Registration Forms, fill it in and return it to our office
  PO BOX 59  
  AUCKLAND 2147  
  Method Three - Phone our office
If you do not have a printer, phone our office on (09) 537-9485 and our Administrator can send you an enrolment form

If you are unsure whether you are on our roll please fill out an online application. It only takes 5 minutes.If you have children under 18 then please add them to your form. Please update your details when they change


  Ngai Tai