May 15, 2021

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TangataWhenua.com’s own CEO runs for Ngati Pikiao Iwi Trust

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Kia ora nga whanau

My father is John Tule (son of Mihiorangi Waaka & Fasiaga Tule) and my mother is Karen Tule (daughter of Cecelia Kameta & Rangiora Rakuraku). I was raised in Rotorua, yet spent a lot of my youth in Rotoiti, Mourea and Okere Falls.

VotePotauaFMy name is Potaua Biasiny-Tule and I am looking for your support this Sunday (hui to be held Ngati Pikiao Iwi Trust Elections. 1 PM 28 Feb 2010 – Tapuaeharuru Marae, Rotoiti)

As an organisation of today, we must always consider the teachings of our past and action them collectively in order to create a better tomorrow for all Ngati Pikiao.

My candidacy is based on:

  • LEADERSHIP – Listening to our people; planning, action and reporting back;
  • PARTICIPATION Engaging all Ngati Pikiao to make informed decisions;
  • DEVELOPMENT Ensuring a robust structure, sound policies and maintaining a Ngati Pikiao focus on all matters of planning, growth, action and results.

The Trust is an amazing opportunity for our Iwi to work together in developing programmes that we want to see, to design plans that best suit and benefit our whanau, marae & hapu and to boost support for services currently available to our tamariki, our students, our parents and our kaumatua.

I hope you consider voting Potaua for the Ngati Pikiao Iwi Trust.

Kia kaha. Kia maia. Kia manawanui.

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