Te Tao Tangaroa Ltd

Ngāti Rārua Iwi Trust formed Te Tao Tangaroa Ltd as a separate company to control its various fisheries interests. As well as managing the day to day marine farming and quota (wetfish and shellfish) interests, it also represents Ngāti Rārua with:

  • Fisheries allocation processes
  • Developing and implementing the aquaculture settlement
  • Working with other iwi and crown parties on cultural and traditional fisheries roles
  • Identification of any fisheries opportunities and acquisition/implementation of such where appropriate

Nga Tangata (Our People):

hemi

Hemi Toia– Director

 Hemi had a rural Māori upbringing in the Hokianga which led to a lifelong interest in, and passion for, māori development. For over 25 years he has worked with Māori trusts, incorporations and limited liability companies owned by Māori across the farming, forestry and hotel sectors.

Hemi was able to combine his practical background with an academic career as a senior lecturer in accountancy at Victoria University for a period of 10 years, followed by a five year appointment in Māori Resource Management at Auckland University.

Hemi has worked in the public sector, gaining senior management experience with both ACC and Plunket. He has worked as a consultant specializing in the development of māori capability in organisations, including strategic planning, leadership coaching and mentoring. Hemi believes his role as CEO of Te Rūnanga o Ngāti Rārua is an exciting opportunity to engage with an iwi looking to the future as it moves to the next stage of its development. 

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Cynthia de Joux - Director

Te Ātiawa me Ngai Tahu ana Iwi

Cynthia studied Aquaculture and Fisheries Management at the University of Tasmania in 1994, after working for New Zealand King Salmon as a training farm manager with Te Rūnanga o Te Tau Ihu o Te Waka a Maui, Joint Venture partnership. In 1998 she returned to Marlborough where she continued in the fisheries industry working in research and development, aquaculture management, and factory management and development.

Cynthia changed careers for family reasons in 2006, working as an accounts & payroll administrator in viticulture for four years. In early 2011, she started training in Maori Health Promotion with Parahia Te Ara, a bridging course lead by Te Rau Matatini. During that time, Cynthia was employed by Te Hauora o Ngāti Rārua Ltd as the Mobile Disease State Management Kaimahi, and then Aukati Kaipaipa kaimahi, which she remained in until 2014. Cynthia is a full time employee with Nelson Marlborough District Health Board as the Quit Coach/Health Promoter and graduated this year with a Graduate Certificate in Maori HealthScience with Auckland University of Technology.

Cynthia is an active sports person, and sits on the Board of Trustees for Mayfield School. She was born and raised in Marlborough and has two children, Harrison and Leana, with her husband Wayne.

Bill Udy - Director

William (Bill) Udy currently works with Ngäi Tahu Seafood Products Limited and is based in Wairau as their Northern Area & Trading Manager.

Some of his responsibilities include: ACE mangement and distribution of Ngäi Tahu Seafood and Settlement quota amongst fishers and other fishing companies; Ngäi Tahu rep on various fishing bodies, including CRAMAC 5/9/7, PAUAMAC 7; Director on Southern Inshore Fisheries Management Company Ltd and the Ngäi Tahu Seafood rep on FINZ (Fishing Inshore New Zealand).

Bill brings to the TTT Ltd Board over 25 years' experience in the commercial fisheries industry.

 

Contact details for the Company:


Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
Telephone: 03 577 8468,Tokomaru House, 15 Kinross Street, Blenheim

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Te Hauora o Ngāti Rārua Ltd

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Te Hauora o Ngāti Rārua Limited is an accredited Māori health provider with the DAA Group, operating out of Wairau. It is owned by manawhenua iwi Te Runanga o Ngāti Rārua, governed by a Board of Directors, and employs General Manager Amoroa Luke and 10 staff.

Since it began operating in 1996, Te Hauora o Ngāti Rārua Ltd (THONR) has been delivering free mobile health services to the Māori communities of Marlborough and Nelson, working collaboratively with other health providers to meet whānau health needs. A "by Māori for Māori" health service committed to delivering quality care to whānau who choose to access our service.

THONR’s mobile services are delivered directly by registered nurses and whānau workers in the Wairau community. The service works collaboratively with other Health Providers, GPs, non-government organisations, government departments, hospitals, and Primary Health Care Organisations (PHOs).

SERVICES

Te Hauora o Ngāti Rārua provides the following services:

  • Aukati Kaipaipa – Smoking Cessation
  • Te Ara Tautoko - Alcohol Harm Minimisation
  • Te Ara Mahana - Like Minds Like Mine
  • Whānau Ora Navigator Service
  • Kaumātua Care
  • Rongoā Māori
  • Maara Oranga

Nga Tangata (Our People):

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Dr Rod Bird - Chair

Ko Rod Bird tāku ingoa
He tauiwi ahau

Originally from Stratford, Taranaki, Rod graduated from medical school in 1976 and worked in Thames and Tolaga Bay prior to coming to Blenheim in 1993.

He works as a general practitioner at Springlands Health, is a clinical editor for the Nelson Marlborough District Health Board Health (NMDHB) Pathways project, and is a member of the PHO Clinical Governance Committee. His special interests in medicine include mind-body healthcare, Māori health issues, addiction medicine, pain management and acupuncture. Non-medical interests include music (barbershop singing) and the great outdoors.

Rod’s association with Te Hauora o Ngāti Rārua Ltd goes back 15 years as a director, and he is very proud of the work and achievements of the organisation.

He is married with four children and eleven (soon to be twelve) grandchildren.  

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Lorraine Eade - Director

“Lorr” has been involved with Ngāti Rārua Iwi Trust for the past 18 years, in positions that include Ngāti Rārua Iwi trustee, director on its fishing company Te Tao Tangaroa Ltd, manager of Ngāti Rārua Iwi Trust and as an advisor to support the trust through its Treaty settlement process.

Lorr holds a Doctorate of Psychology. In her spare time, she is an instructor of the Wairau Taekwon Do Club and regional director for South Island Taekwon Do. She also enjoys playing summer and winter netball.

She and Dave, her partner of 31 years, are blessed with three beautiful children.

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Dawn McConnell - Director

Te Ātiawa, Ngāti Tama, Ngāti Mutunga, Ngāti Ruanui, Ngā Ruahinerangi, Taranaki, Ngāti Toa, Ngāti Koata

Dawn worked in human resources with the Department of Māori Affairs, New Zealand Forest Service, State Services Commission and Ministry of Defence, spanning 30 years in the New Zealand Public Service.

She retired from the Ministry of Defence in 2000 and has been a director of Te Hauora o Ngāti Rārua since 2007, as well as a trustee on the board of Waikawa Marae since 2001.

She is currently the Te Tau Ihu representative on Te Atamira Taiwhenua (Department of Internal Affairs), a member (representing Te Atiawa) and chair of the Iwi Health Board, and a ministerial appointee to the Nelson Marlborough District Health Board.

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 Amoroa Luke – General Manager 

Ko Amoroa (Molly) tōku ingoa Ko Ngāti Rārua,
Ngāti Toa me Ngāti Maniapoto ōku iwi
Ko Ngāati Paretona te hapū
Ko Te Tana Pukekohatu te tangata
Ko Tainui te Waka Nō Wairau ahau

In 2013 Amoroa was made a Member of the New Zealand Order of Merit, in recognition of decades of services to Māori.

She has had a particular focus on Māori health and was the founder and chairwoman of Te Hauora o Ngāti Rārua, a Nelson-Marlborough Māori health provider of which she is now manager.

Her role on the Ngāti Rārua Atiawa Iwi Trust saw her involved in negotiations with the Crown to return more than 365 hectares of land at Motueka to Ngāti Rārua and Te Atiawa iwi.

Amoroa received a District of Marlborough Civic Honour in 1996 and has been a Justice of the Peace since 1993.

CONTACT DETAILS:

2c North Street, Blenheim
Amoroa Luke (General Manager) – This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
Carol Buck (Administration) – This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Phone: (03) 5778404
Fax: (03) 5778452

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Ngāti Rārua Asset Holding Company

Ngāti Rārua Iwi Trust formed the Ngāti Rārua Asset Holding Company as a separate entity, to hold the physical fishing assets owned by the iwi.  

Ngati Rarua Asset Holding Company Director:

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HemiToia – Director

Hemi had a rural Māori upbringing in the Hokianga which led to a lifelong interest in, and passion for, māori development. For over 25 years he has worked with Māori trusts, incorporations and limited liability companies owned by māori across the farming, forestry and hotel sectors.

Hemi was able to combine his practical background with an academic career as a senior lecturer in accountancy at Victoria University for a period of 10 years, followed by a 5 year appointment in Māori Resource Management at Auckland University.

Hemi has worked in the public sector, gaining senior management experience with both ACC and Plunket. He has worked as a consultant specializing in the development of māori capability in organisations, including strategic planning, leadership coaching and mentoring. Hemi believes his role as CEO of Te Rūnanga o Ngāti Rārua is an exciting opportunity to engage with an iwi looking to the future as it moves to the next stage of its development.

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