May 14, 2021

Maori News & Indigenous Views

Members of the new Maori Statutory Board for Auckland

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The Maori Statutory Board has been established under the Local Government (Auckland Council) Amendment Act 2010 as part of the local governance reforms for Auckland to provide advice on issues that affect mana whenua and mataawaka.

The appointments were be made by an Iwi Selection Body, appointed by the Minister of Maori Affairs, who began their task on the 27th August 2010.

The nine inaugural members are:

Mana whenua representatives

Ms Anahera Morehu (Ngati Whatua)

Mr Glenn Wilcox (Ngati Whatua)

Mr David Taipari (Ngati Maru, Ngati Whanaunga, Ngati Tamatera, Ngati Paaoa)

Mr Glen Tupuhi (Ngati Paaoa/Waikato)

Mr James Brown (Nga Tai Ki Tamaki, Ngati Paroa, Ngati Porou, Nga Puhi)

Mr Wayne Knox (Te Kawerau a Maki, Ngati te Ata)

Ms Patience Te Ao (Waikato/Ngati Wai)

Mataawaka representatives

Mr Tony Kake (Nga Puhi, Waikato/Tainui)

Mr John Tamihere (Ngati Porou, Whakatohea, Tainui)

Chair of the Iwi Selection Body, Tame Te Rangi, says this inaugural group is made up of people regarded as leaders in their respective communities. Their role will present challenges none of which are outside their range of skill and capabilities.

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