Welcome to the Ngāi Tai ki Tāmaki web site.
  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.  

Ngái Tai ki Támaki Trust (PSGE)
  Please click on the button below to vote on the 2018 Election of PSGE Trustees and Proposed Trust Deed Amendments  
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  Notice of Hui-a-Iwi, Special General Meeting & Trustee Election  
  Notice of Hui-a- Iwi  
  Ngāi Tai ki Tāmaki members are invited to attend a hui-a-iwi, to be held on Sunday 5 August 2018 at  Umupuia Marae, Maraetai, commencing at 10am. The hui will give members an opportunity to discuss proposed  changes to the trust deed prior to the SGM and to hear presentations from the candidates nominated for  election as trustees in 2018 (see trustee election notice below).  
  Notice of Special General Meeting  
  A special general meeting (SGM) will be held at Umupuia Marae, Maraetai following the conclusion of the Hui-a Iwi on Sunday 5 August 2018. The SGM will be a more formalised meeting to allow presentation of the  proposed changes to the trust deed and to vote on seven resolutions covering those changes.  
  1. Karakia
2. Mihi
3. Apologies
4. Proposed amendments to the trust deed
5. Discussion and questions around proposed amendments
6. Karakia whakamutunga
  If adopted, the trust deed changes would i) allow for the establishment of other subsidiary entities, including  limited partnerships and additional charitable trusts or companies; ii) enable trustees to hold other roles  within  the Ngāi Tai ki Tāmaki Group; iii) correct any minor typographical or technical errors within the Trust  Deed and formalise amendments in an updated Trust Deed and; iv) amend provisions relating to meeting  quorums, casual vacancies, co-opting of trustees and trustee terms/election cycles to allow the Trust to carry  out its management requirements in more flexible and cost-effective ways.  
  Voter packs, together with information about the special resolutions will be sent to all registered adult  members of the Trust from 6 July 2018. Members will be able to return their votes on the resolutions by post,  internet or by ballot box at the special general meeting. Postal and internet voting will close at midday on  Sunday 5 August 2018. Further information on the special resolutions is available on request to the Trust’s  Secretary by email to admin@ngaitai-ki-tamaki.co.nz or ph (09) 537 9485.  
  Notice of Trustee Election  
  Nominations are now called to fill three trustee positions on the Trust. Nominations will close at 5pm on Friday  22 June 2018 and must be made on the official nomination form, available on request by phoning the election 
helpline 0800 666 038 or emailing iro@electionz.com. An information sheet covering the election process is   available with the nomination form.
  If more than 3 valid nominations are received, an election will be required to determine the trustees. The Trust will give further notice of the trustee election process after nominations have closed.  
  New Registrations  
  The Trust invites anyone aged 18 years and over of Ngāi Tai ki Tāmaki descent who has not already enrolled, to apply to be included on the Trust’s register.

Applications to register or to update existing details  should be made before 5pm on Friday 22 June 2018 and can be made via the online process on the Trust’s website www.ngaitai-ki-tamaki.co.nz or by downloading and returning a registration form to the Trust’s  office (details listed on registration form).
  Anthony Morton Returning Officer - Ngāi Tai ki Tāmaki Trust (PSGE) iro@electionz.com  
  Please click on the button below to vote on the 2018 Election of PSGE Trustees and Proposed Trust Deed Amendments  
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  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


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