Te Uri-o-Hau

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Te Uri-o-Hau
Iwi of New Zealand
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Kaiwaka
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Rohe (region) Northland
Waka (canoe) Māhuhu-ki-te-rangi
Website www.uriohau.com

Te Uri-o-Hau is a Māori hapu (or sub tribe) of Ngāti Whātua.[1] Its rohe (area) includes Dargaville, Maungaturoto, Mangawhai, Wellsford and the Kaipara Harbour.[2]

Hapū and marae[edit]

Hapū[edit]

  • Ngāi Tāhuhu
  • Ngāti Kaiwhare
  • Ngāti Kauae
  • Ngāti Kura
  • Ngāti Mauku
  • Ngāti Rangi
  • Ngāti Tāhinga
  • Te Uri o Hau[1]

Marae and wharenui[edit]

  • Naumai, Ngā Uri o te Kotahitanga, Ruawai
  • Ngā Tai Whakarongorua, Ngā Tai Whakarongorua, Tinopai
  • Ōruawharo, Kote Rangimārie, Wellsford
  • Ōtamatea, Aotearoa, Whakapirau
  • Ōtūrei, Rangimārie Te Aroha, Aratapu
  • Parirau, Te Whare Mārama, Matakohe
  • Rāwhitiroa, Rāwhitiroa, Tinopai
  • Rīpia, No wharenui, Rīpia
  • Te Kōwhai, Te Kōwhai, Matakohe
  • Te Pounga, Te Pounga, Kaiwaka
  • Waihaua Arapaoa, Kirihipi, Tinopai
  • Waikāretu Pōuto, Waikāretu, Te Kōpuru
  • Waiōhou, No wharenui, Tinopai
  • Waiotea Tinopai, No wharenui, Te Kōwhai[1]

Organisations[edit]

Te Uri o Hau Settlement Trust represents the hapu following its Treaty of Waitangi settlement with the New Zealand Government under Te Uri o Hau Claims Settlement Act 2002. It also represents the hapu as an "iwi authority" during the resource consent process under the Resource Management Act 1991. It is a Tūhono organisation and a trust, and its governance board includes two represents from each of the four Ngā Mātua marae: Otamatea, Waikaretu, Oruawharo and Arapaoa. As of 2016, the trust chair was Russell Kemp, the executive officer was Deborah Harding, and the trust was based in Whangarei.[1]

The hapu has interests in the territory of Northland Regional Council, Auckland Council and Kaipara District Council.[1]

Prominent iwi members[edit]

See also[edit]

External links[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d e "Rohe". tkm.govt.nz. Te Puni Kōkiri, New Zealand Government. Retrieved 29 May 2018. 
  2. ^ "Te Uri o Hau Area of Interest from the Deed of Settlement" (JPG, 254KB). tkm.govt.nz. Te Puni Kōkiri. 13 December 2000. Retrieved 29 May 2018. 
  3. ^ "Te Uri o Hau mourn the loss of champion Russell Kemp". Waatea News. 12 January 2018. Retrieved 29 May 2018. 
  4. ^ "Honoured Northland iwi leader dies". Radio New Zealand. 11 January 2018. Retrieved 29 May 2018. 
  5. ^ "Russell Kemp, Northland kaumatua who 'exuded leadership', dies aged 71". NZ Herald. NZME. 13 January 2018. Retrieved 29 May 2018.