Pare Hauraki Fishing Trust
The Pare Hauraki Fishing Trust together with its commercial subsidiary Pare Hauraki Kaimoana has diversified investments in fishing, aquaculture, property and financial sectors.
The Trust was established in 2006 through the Pare Hauraki Fishing Trust Deed. The Trust is responsible for the control, governance and operations of the Fisheries and Aquaculture treaty settlement assets of the Iwi of Hauraki and it’s Deed complies with the Māori Fisheries Act 2004.
Hauraki Māori Trust Board
The Hauraki Māori Trust Board was established over 30 years ago out of a desire of 12 Iwi in the Hauraki region to use their collective strength as whānau, hapu and Iwi to effectively influence decisions being made about their future and environment.
In the absence of legislation, which properly recognised the status of Iwi and their collective aspirations, the Board was established under the umbrella of the Māori Trust Boards Act 1955. The Hauraki Māori Trust Board has its own Act Of Parliament, the Hauraki Māori Trust Board Act 1988.
〉 Mana Motuhake
Enhancing the identity, confidence, influence, and self rule and self determination of the whānau, hapū and iwi of Hauraki.
Knowing who we are and what our relationships are to each other.
〉 Te Taiao
Acknowledging and accepting our manawhenua role and taking care of the environment so that it supports our well-being.
Doing things together for the benefit of all, where appropriate.
Protecting and preserving our taonga tuku iho of the iwi of Hauraki.
〉 Titiro whakamua
Acting in the best interests of future generations.
Looking after people from mokopuna to kaumātua.
Making our decisions with integrity and wisdom.
Respecting the spiritual essence in all of us.
〉 Whai Rawa
Growing wealth and prosperity.