Ngā Kaiwhakahaere

Marae Management

Taniwha Marae Trustees

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Mary Wilson

Trustee

Chair

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Michael Tahu

Trustee

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Jackie Colliar

Trustee

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Jerelene Nelio

Trustee

Secretary

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Tui Tawera

Trustee

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Ellen Sherwood

Trustee

Treasurer

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Harold Falwasser

Trustee

Taniwha Marae Charter

Taniwha Marae Committee

Papa
Sam Toka

Marae Committee

Chair

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Mike Moke

Marae Committee

Member

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Jerelene Nelio

Marae Committee

Secretary

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Tui Tawera

Marae Committee

Member

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Ellen Sherwood

Marae Committee

Treasurer

Te Whakakitenga o Waikato

Te Whakakitenga o Waikato (formerly known as Te Kauhanganui) is the tribal authority that represents the people of Waikato-Tainui. Tribal members elect three members from their marae to represent them for three years on Te Whakakitenga o Waikato.

 

The current elected representatives for Taniwha Marae are Sam Toka, Jackie Colliar and Jaedyn Falwasser.

Te Arataura

Te Arataura is the executive body that is made up of representatives from elected members of Te Whakakitenga o Waikato and the Kaahui Ariki representative. The Kaahui Ariki representative is appointed by the Head of the Kaahui Ariki. The remaining members are elected by Te Whakakitenga o Waikato for a three-year term.

Jackie Colliar is one of the eleven elected board members of Te Arataura.

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Ngā Marae Tōpū

Ngā Muka Development Trust

Ngā Marae Tōpū is a body that represents the collective voice of about 120 Tainui marae.

Currently there is no Taniwha Marae representative.

Ngā Muka Development Trust (Ngā Muka) is a cluster of marae including Maurea, Horahora, Waikare, Taniwha and Okarea who meet and discuss issues within their respective areas.

Tawhiao Falwasser is the Taniwha Marae representative.

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Te Riu o Waikato

Fisheries Regulations

Te Riu o Waikato started as a cluster of marae including Waiti, Te Hoe o Tainui, Matahuru Maurea, Horahora, Waikare, Taniwha, Okarea, Te Ohaaki, Kaitumutumu, Te Kauri, Waahi, and Taupiri who meet and discuss issues within their respective areas.

Harold Falwasser is the Taniwha Marae representative.

The Waikato River settlement established a new era of co-management that enables Waikato-Tainui in partnership with the Crown and with input from river users to establish fisheries bylaws for the Waikato River.

Willie Tipene is the Taniwha Marae representative.

Ngā Mīniti

Minutes

Trustee Minutes