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Nau mai, haere mai, piki mai, kake mai, whakatau mai

Welcome to the Home Page of the Kiwikiwi Whanau Charitable Trust

The descendants of Remana Kiwikiwi and Arihi Cope have set up this Trust to support the educational, economic and cultural welfare of the Kiwikiwi whanau, Ngare Hauata hapu and extended Nga Puhi tribal members.

We honour the legacy of our tupuna by participating in the affairs of our hapu through Maori Land Trust Boards administering blocks of land at Te TiiB3, Ngati Hine Forestry Trust, Ngati Rangi Trust  and Oromahoe Trust.

We meet regularly to further our knowledge of our tikanga Ngare Hauata, as well as for Trust business. All extended whanau are welcome at these meetings.
Ko Pouerua te maunga
Ko Waitangi te awa
Ko Nga-toki-mata-whao-rua te waka
Ko Nga Puhi te iwi
Ko Ngare Hauta te hapu
Ko Remana Kiwikiwi te tupuna


"Ko Wai Ahau - Who Am I?
The Story of Remana and Alice Kiwikiwi" was published in 2009. The Kiwikiwi Whanau Charitable Trust is currently updating the book and we will keep you posted on progress.


to progress the establishment of a trust to represent the hapu.
  • Sat, 5 December 2015
  • Pakaraka Hall
  • 10.00am - shared lunch to follow.
The last AGM was held on 3 Oct 2015 and the minutes will be posted in due course.


Next Reunion to be  held  in 2019 - watch this space.




The crown has officially recognised the Tuhoronuku Independent Mandate Authority ( Tuhoronuku IMA) as the entity to represent all Ngapuhi in treaty settlement negotiations.

This process will involve the opportunity for all 109 recognised hapu to elect a representative ( hapu kaikorero) and for Ngaphui in 4 Urban areas ( Auckland 2, Wellington & South Island) to also elect a representative.

To vote in these elections you need to be:

1)     a registered member of Te Runanga A Iwi O Ngapuhi (the Runanga) which can be done through their web site

2)     register using the “register to vote form “ available on the site

The election for hapu kaikorero will start in early April with urban to follow.
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