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Morena tātou, whats your thoughts on our current waste system here in Aotearoa? Are you in support of the proposed landfill at Dome Valley? What do you think of Global Olivine New Zealand (GO) solution to the Worlds landfill crisis? Comment below and share to your whānau networks, we would like to know what your thoughts are whānau. Here is their website:http://globalolivine.com/
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Kia ora tatou, here is our last panui for 2019! Have a Mere Kirihimete me te tau hou!
Ka rere arorangi atu ngā whakaaro kia koutou kātoa i tēnei wāhanga o te tau, mai i a mātou kātoa o Te Rūnanga o Ngāti Whātua ki a koe me tō whānau kia noho haumaru tatou i ēnei rā whakatā.

From all of us at Te Rūnanga o Ngāti Whātua, we hope you all have an awesome Christmas and New Years, celebrated with good kai, making great memories and surrounded by all your whānau. Whatever you may find yourself doing these holidays, please be safe, look after one another and we will see you all again in the New Year...
One of our key Sponsors Philip Alexander-Crawford from North Tec came along and rode the 18km bike challenge! Our Hita whanau did the walk together as an acknowledgement of whanau who have passed from Cancer, Our Tamariki nailed the bike/run to Tauhara, chair of Waikaretu marae Deb was one of our Horse Marshalls along with Steve Nathan, yes horse marshalls! This is a great event and Waikaretu marae is available for accommodation Friday and Saturday, nau mai haere! Nga mihi Jo Nathan Founder of the event.
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