The Minister for Māori Development, Hon Nanaia Mahuta is passionate about ensuring the role Māori Wardens play in New Zealand communities’ remains strong, valuable and relevant. It is timely to consider what the future for the Māori Wardens could look like.

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Want to know why – read the information booklet.

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Read the summary of feedback received at hui.

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Want to know more – read the Discussion Paper.

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What do you think? Do the survey.

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Read the pros and cons of each option.

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Modernisation Options Discussion Workshops

Event Date Location
Whangārei  28 May, 10am-1230pm Otangarei Marae 
Auckland  29 May, 10am-1230pm  Te Puni Kōkiri Office, Manukau 
Ngāruawāhia  29 May, 4pm-6:30pm Hopuhopu, Manukorero Room 
Rotorua 30 May, 10am-12:30pm Alpine Motor Lodge 
Gisborne 11 June, 11am-1:30pm  Te Tini a Porou, Kaiti 
Napier 12 June, 9am-11:30am  HB Regional Sports Park, Percival Road 
Palmerston North 13 June, 9am-11:30am  Te Manawa Museum 
Whanganui 19 June, 11am-1pm  Te Puni Kōkiri Office, Victoria Street 
Wellington 20 June, 1pm-3:30pm  Koraunui Marae, Stokes Valley 
Invercargill 25 June, 1pm-3:30pm  TBC 
Christchurch 26 June, 1pm-3:30pm  Ngā Hau E Wha Marae 
Blenheim 27 June, 10am-12:30pm   TBC

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