Te Kōtuku NGĀ KAUPAPA KŌRERO O NGĀTI TŪ WHARETOA
He whakaraupapa Kōrero 4 Calendar
From the CEO’s desk
Board members elected for 2021–2024 term
10 A nnual Hui livestreamed in a first 11 Education Grants open 12 W ork on marae renovation projects continues 13 I nternship opportunity broadens horizons
14 News from Ngāti Tūwharetoa mitigation committees 15 Lake and river water monitoring underway 16 Tau Kōura project update 17 T e Kupenga enters service following blessing
18 From the General Manager’s desk – Ngāti Tūwharetoa Fisheries Charitable Trust 19 A nnual General meeting livestreamed 21 I nternship provides insights into work of Trust 21 Iwi Collective Partnership marks 10th anniversary in Taupō
22 F rom the General Manager’s desk – Tuwharetoa Settlement Trust 23 A nnual General Meeting 24 Housing strategy update
COVER PHOTO :
Brett Taylor, Trust Board Environmental Coordinator carrying out water monitoring.
TŪWHARETOA SETTLEMENT TRUST M onday, 22 March A pplications open for STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering & Mathematics) scholarships. Closing date Friday, 30 April 2021.
Events may change at a short notice due to Covid 19 or other reasons.
NGĀTI TŪWHARETOA MERCURY DEVELOPMENT GROUP
NGĀTI TŪWHARETOA GENESIS ENERGY COMMITTEE
Monday, 29 March
Monday, 19 April
D ue date for project applications to be considered at the committee’s 7 April 2021 meeting
D ue date for project applications to be considered at the committee’s 28 April 2021 meeting
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NGĀTI TŪWHARETOA MERCURY DEVELOPMENT GROUP
CLOSING DATE FOR EDUCATION GRANT APPLICATIONS
NGĀTI TŪWHARETOA GENESIS ENERGY COMMITTEE
Saturday, 29 May
Monday, 31 May
M onday, 31 May
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D ue date for project applications to be considered at the committee’s 9 June 2021 meeting
MAHI RANGATIRA KI TE IWI
From the CEO’s desk:
NEW BOARD APPOINTED FOLLOWING ELECTIONS Tūwharetoa Māori Trust Board Tēnā koutou katoa, Welcome to our Ngahuru / Autumn issue of Te Kōtuku. Board Members elected for 2021 – 2024 term Following the 2021 triennial Trust Board elections in January, a new Board has been elected for the 2021 – 2024 term. I wish to acknowledge everyone who stood for election and I look forward to working with the appointed members. It was good to see strong interest in the elections.
• “... I would also like to thank everyone who voted. For the first time, online voting was permitted due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The online option was a popular choice with whānau.” Education Grant applications With the school and academic year now back in full swing, our team are busy processing education grant applications. I encourage you to apply early, online via our website www.tuwharetoa.co.nz/education/ The closing date for applications is 31 May 2021. The Trust Board acknowledges the support and collaboration of the Tūwharetoa Settlement Trust and the Ngāti Tūwharetoa Fisheries Trust in
providing Education Grants for our people.
COVID-19 It has been just over one year since COVID-19 was declared a pandemic by the World Health Organisation. The government has announced the rollout of the COVID-19 vaccine. It is being made available to everyone, but you need to give your consent to
receive it. Māori are identified as being at high risk of the Coronavirus – especially kaumātua and people with other illnesses. District Health Boards will play a lead role organising the vaccination programme in local communities. They will be working with local health service providers and medical centres to deliver the vaccine. Keep an eye out for further updates from your local DHB and health service provider. Many whānau have questions about the vaccine. It is important that you inform yourself as much as possible using trusted sources of information.
We recommend that you refer to the Unite Against COVID-19 website www.covid19.govt.nz and the Ministry of Health www.health.govt.nz If you have any concerns about the vaccine, you should discuss this with your doctor. Me tiaki i to tatou whakapapa – looking after our whakapapa, is important. Ngā manaakitanga,
Shane Heremaia Chief Executive
Tūwharetoa Māori Trust Board
Voting in the 2021 Election of Board Members was held between 5 January and 5 February 2021. Fifteen candidates stood for the ten (10) positions available on the Board.
The independent Returning Officer, Warwick Lampp, reported issuing more than 12,000 ballot papers to eligible Ngāti Tūwharetoa members. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, online voting was permitted with 1,961 online votes being made. A total of 948 postal ballot papers were received by the Returning Officer. The following people were provisionally elected for the 2021-2024 term (Ministerial approval was still pending at the time of print):
Te Takinga New
Hon Dame Georgina Te Heuheu
livestreamed Tūwharetoa Māori Trust Board The Trust Board convened the November 2020 Annual Hui by livestream – making it the first time this has happened. The Board made use of the available technology as a precaution to help safeguard people given ongoing concerns around COVID-19.
• “... There was strong interest in the livestream – nearly 300 people pre-registered.”
People from as far away as Western Australia dialled in. The Board presented its 2020 Annual Report, financial and performance information. More than 260 votes on resolutions were received. A number of participants said they enjoyed the online format. A video replay of the Annual Hui is available on the Trust Board’s YouTube channel.
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Education Grant applications opened on 1 February (except for Educational Scholarships which opened 1 March). The grants cover Early Childhood or Kohanga Reo, Secondary School NCEA, Tertiary, Special Needs, Trade Training and Educational Scholarships. The grants are co-funded by the Tūwharetoa Māori
Trust Board, Tūwharetoa Settlement Trust and the Ngāti Tūwharetoa Fisheries Charitable Trust. You must be registered with one of the above trusts to be eligible. Full details and application forms are available on our website www.tuwharetoa.co.nz/education/ We encourage you to submit your application online. Applications close 31 May 2021.
PROJECTS CONTINUE Tūwharetoa Māori Trust Board
PICTURED (L–R) :
Richard Mabin, Romaine Otimi, Matu Salelea, Pani Tutemahurangi, Jacob Joseph Martin, Raymond Te Rangi, John Wall and Te Whata Chase
A work crew of 10 Tūwharetoa people employed to carry out renovation work at five Tūwharetoa marae have settled into their mahi and are making steady progress. As part of the Trust Board’s Ringa Raupa project, the Board secured government funding under the Provincial Growth Fund to employ Tūwharetoa people to carry out renovation work at Waihī, Kakahi, Otūkou, Korohē and Nukuhau marae. The crew started their mahi in October 2020,
beginning at Waihī marae repainting the exterior of the whārekai and whārepuni. The team then moved to Kakahi Marae not long before the Christmas break. They built a covered walkway and kai karanga shelter. They also carried out flooring and external repairs to the whāre karakia. Following Kakahi, the project team will then move to Otūkou marae, followed by Korohē and then Nukuhau marae.
Tūwharetoa Māori Trust Board
Tertiary student, Rangimarie Pita Damora, undertook a summer internship in our Natural Resources team, working in the taiao during her university break. Rangimarie is in the process of completing an environmental degree at Waikato University. This is her account about her Trust Board internship:
Ko Tongariro te maunga, Ko Taupō te moana, Ko Tūwharetoa te iwi, Ko te Heuheu te tangata, Ko Waihī raua ko Hīrangi oku marae, Ko Ngāti Turumakina raua ko Ngāti Tūrangitukua oku hapū, Ko Rangimarie Pita Damora tōku ingoa, Growing up in Tūrangi I was raised to follow my dreams, which has stemmed from my love of nature. It is here, at my marae, I learnt of my ao Māori and the intrinsic connection our people have to our whenua and moana. ‘Whenua ki te whenua’. We are connected to all things; the sun, stars, water, land, trees, birds, people. We all share the same mauri. This connection drives my desire to help conserve, maintain and protect our taiao and is the reason I chose to study toward a degree in environmental
management / marine biology with Toi Ohomai Institute of Technology and Waikato University. It only seems natural to want to look after the environment for everyone’s wellbeing. The transition from student life and classroom to a professional work environment can at times have its challenges. However, the opportunity for me to be an intern for the Tūwharetoa Māori Trust Board has been nothing but rewarding. The awesome opportunities I had to see and experience first-hand the mahi that benefits and impacts our people, environment and values further drive my aspirations to maintain sustainable practices for generations to come. I am so grateful and humbled by all the mahi the Trust Board does to look after our taonga tuku iho. I got to work alongside our iwi, integrating conceptual knowledge with mātauranga Māori. Such as applying ancestral methods to Tau Kōura monitoring, researching kōrero tupuna pertaining to our awa, learning about micro-hydro systems and mahi pare kore to implement for our marae. Over the period of the internship I have learnt the importance of maintaining strong relationships within our iwi, hapū and whānau. As it is through strong relationships we can continue to establish, develop and strengthen our mana whenua, Tūwharetoa mātauranga, and holistic understanding of our taonga tuku iho.
MITIGATION COMMITTEEs Ngāti Tūwharetoa Genesis Energy Committee Ngāti Tūwharetoa Mercury Development Group
The Ngāti Tūwharetoa Genesis Energy Committee and the Ngāti Tūwharetoa Mercury Development Group held their Hui–a–Iwi in November 2020 at Rongomai marae. Both committees reported on their 2019-2020 activities and discussed areas of focus for 2020-2021. The committees approved 106 applications which amounted to $686,083 in support funding. It was also an election year, with nominations taken from the floor.
Congratulations were extended to Heemi Biddle and Ngahere Wall who will continue as members for the Ngāti Tūwharetoa Mercury Development Group. Marie Hartley and Te Waa Owens were newly elected onto the Ngāti Tuwharetoa Genesis Energy Committee, alongside Heemi Biddle. The hui acknowledged the contribution of Te Reo Whakakotahi Wall (Uncle Chulla), who officially stood down as a trustee after 16 years. As Chair, Uncle Chulla has steered the committee through some big changes. He was asked to remain involved as a Pou Tikanga / Kaumātua advisor, which he accepted. The elected Ngāti Tūwharetoa representatives sit on the committees for a three-year term. Both committees meet every two (2) months to assess applications. A reminder that funding applications can be made throughout the year. Full details about closing dates for applications and committee meeting dates are available on our website www.tuwharetoa.co.nz/ funding-initiatives/ If you have any pātai, please feel free to contact our Project Coordinator, Lauren Fletcher by email email@example.com or mobile 021 224 8268
LAKE & RIVER WATER MONITORING UNDERWAY Tūwharetoa Māori Trust Board In July 2020, the Trust Board became the first iwi authority in Aotearoa to receive a transfer of water monitoring functions from the Waikato Regional Council under Section 33 of the Resource Management Act.
Brett Taylor, Trust Board Environmental Coordinator
phosphorus) in our awa. A significant amount of work was carried out in 2000 to reduce 20% of manageable nitrogen within the Lake Taupō catchment. We collect samples through a series of ground water pumps which cover more than 40 sites in the lake catchment area.
River and Stream Monitoring
Following the formal transfer, our Natural Resources team has been working with the Regional Council to ensure a seamless transfer. Our monitoring work includes the following:
We carry out monthly testing of 12 rivers and streams which is geared towards tracking the health of our awa. These samples are also analysed by Hills Laboratory and NIWA.
Summer Beach Bathing
Doing the mahi
We monitor the health of our moana at five (5) key summer swimming sites around Lake Taupō to ensure the safety of whānau and the community. We take weekly water samples which are analysed by Hills Laboratory and NIWA – the National Institute of Water and Atmospheric Research. The test results are made available on the LAWA (Land, Air, Water Aotearoa) website www.lawa.org.nz
Brett Taylor (Ngāti Hinemihi) is our Environmental Coordinator leading the transition of the monitoring functions. “I feel privileged to be carrying out this mahi and to be contributing to the role of Ngāti Tūwharetoa as kaitiaki of Taupō moana and our rivers and streams,” says Brett. The team will look to transition the functions and embed them in the organisation during the next 12 months. Reviews will be ongoing to look at ways of further improving this mahi to help protect our taonga tuku iho for future generations.
Ground Water Monitoring The purpose of ground water testing is to track the level of nutrient phosphorus (nitrogen and
TAU KŌURA PROJECT Tūwharetoa Māori Trust Board Our Tau Kōura monitoring project is now in its second year. Our team has continued to work closely with hapū and this has enabled stability in results throughout the project. The purpose of using the Tau Kōura as a monitoring tool is to use kōura as our indicator species to monitor the health of our moana. This year, there has been one monitoring round of Tau Kōura undertaken. This has provided an indication about the way kōura respond to any environmental changes.
There are currently two Tau Kōura sites in Waihi, two in Motuoapa and two in Nukuhau, where there is also potential to increase this to three sites in the future. We anticipate an increase in the kōura population over the coming months as water temperatures get cooler. So far, through the water quality testing that is part of our monitoring we have not detected anything out of the ordinary. We extend a big mihi to our kaimahi from DOC and Korohē, Pākira, Nukuhau and Te Rangiita marae who have shown tremendous interest in the project.
PICTURED (L–R) :
Simon Jolly, Rakei Taiaroa, Ngahere Wall, Danny Loughlin, Greg Stebbing and Brett Taylor
Trust Board Commercial Manager, Rakei Taiaroa said “we are excited about this offering, as family groups can have their own time fishing and cruising on our taonga, Lake Taupō.”
Taupō Moana Group Holdings In late 2020, the Trust Board’s commercial subsidiary, Taupō Moana Group Holdings (TMGH) and Jolly Boats purchased another boat, Te Kupenga. Te Kupenga was blessed in December and will operate out of Taupō. The vessel, which will be hired out for charters, is focussed on family outings and can accommodate six (6) passengers. TMGH holds a majority shareholding in the TMGH/ Jolly partnership.
PICTURED (L–R) :
Simon Jolly, Chris Jolly Outdoors with Rakei Taiaroa, Trust Board Commercial Manager
General Manager Ngāti Tūwharetoa Fisheries Charitable Trust PICTURED :
Tēnā koutou katoa, On behalf of the Ngāti Tūwharetoa Fisheries Charitable Trust, I’m pleased to provide a summary of some of our key activities since we held our AGM last year. It has been a busy time for the Trust and I am also excited by what lies ahead in 2021. We were one of the first Tūwharetoa entities to hold our AGM online, we hosted 13 Tūwharetoa rangatahi on a seafood and marine industry insights programme as well as welcoming our summer intern, Aisha Short. We have also observed what impact the COVID-19 pandemic has continued to have on the economy
• “... Across the fisheries industry there is still concern about how the pandemic is likely to affect medium – long term productivity and returns.” and investments. Being a trading nation, our exporters are still facing challenges with costly (and limited) airfreight capacity. On behalf of the Trustees, I hope that you find this update of value and wish you and your whānau a successful year. Ngā mihi,
Danny Loughlin General Manager
LIVESTREAMED Ngāti Tūwharetoa Fisheries Charitable Trust The Ngāti Tūwharetoa Fisheries Charitable Trust was one of the first Tūwharetoa entities to hold an AGM via livestream due to concerns around COVID-19. Danny Loughlin was pleased with the number of people who pre-registered and joined the livestream on the day. “We’d never held our AGM in this way before – there were lots of new learnings and overall, we were pleased with the way everything ran on the day,” he said.
• “... The Trustees received a number of questions and over 50 lucky pundits received kai moana for taking part in a survey following the hui.”
A copy of the 2019 Annual Report which was presented at the AGM is available on the Trust’s website www.ntf.maori.nz
SEAFOOD & MARINE INDUSTRY TO RANGATAHI Ngāti Tūwharetoa Fisheries Charitable Trust A group of 13 Tūwharetoa rangatahi got to visit Nelson in January as part of a special programme organised by the Fisheries Trust to showcase the seafood and marine industry as a potential career pathway. Led by Directors Nathan Reid and Francene Wineti and Trustees Judy Harris (Chair) and Heemi Biddle, the group spent four days in the Nelson region. Three rangatahi hailed from Tūwharetoa ki Kawerau with the bulk of the group coming from Tūrangi. Judy Harris said “This was the first time the Fisheries Trust has hosted a group this size of our young people. By using our industry and stakeholder relationships we were really pleased that our rangatahi we able to experience practical insights into the marine and
seafood industry.” There was strong interest in the programme with a number of applications received. “It was challenging to schedule the visit between school examinations and the operational window of some of the big fishing boats,” said Danny Loughlin. Some of the key highlights for the rangatahi included being hosted by Whakatu Marae, experiencing computer simulators aboard fishing vessels, meeting Doug Paulin CEO of Sealord and visiting the Cawthron Institute. Following the visit, two rangatahi took immediate steps to progress enquiries with Sealord about ongoing training, development and employment opportunities. It is hoped the programme will be run again in the future.
Internship provides insights into work of Trust
During the three month internship, Aisha played an instrumental role organising the Nelson Rangatahi programme. General Manager, Danny Loughlin, who was a Chartered Accountant, is pleased to see more whānau like Aisha pursuing careers in accounting and business studies. The next summer internship is scheduled in November 2021.
Iwi Collective Partnership marks 10th anniversary in Taupō
The Fisheries Trust is committed to the career and professional development of its people and offers an annual summer internship. Aisha Short (Ngāti Rauhoto, Ngāti Rongomai) was the recipient of the Trust’s 2020 Internship Programme. Aisha is completing her final year of a Bachelor of Business Studies at Waikato University. The internship will contribute toward some of her degree programme credit requirements. Once her degree is completed, Aisha is aiming to complete five modules with Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand.
• “... The Ngāti Tūwharetoa Fisheries Charitable Trust internship has been a valuable opportunity to both apply my academic learnings and gain a deeper insight into the work of the Fisheries Trust.”
The Iwi Collective Partnership (ICP) held an event in Taupō in December to mark the 10th anniversary of its establishment. The ICP is a voluntary collaboration of 19 iwi fisheries companies from around the North Island. Ngāti Tūwharetoa was a foundation member when the collective was being established.
General Manager Tūwharetoa Settlement Trust
Kia ora tātou, We are now well into 2021, and we hope whānau have been able to enjoy some of the summer, despite some COVID-19 Alert Level shifts. No matter the challenges that the rest of the year may bring, we are optimistic for the year ahead. As your Settlement Trust we remain committed to further developing some key projects.
Tūwharetoa Kāinga Strategy Our work on our Tūwharetoa Kāinga Strategy is ongoing and we are having an impact across a number of areas, including developing good relationships with some key stakeholders. I encourage you to read more about this on page 24 Our Project Manager, Blandina Diamond, has been spearheading these efforts and we thank her for hard work in this space. I am very pleased to announce that Piki Waitapu Taiaroa has accepted a 12 month fixed term contract with TST as our Manager – Programme Management Office (PMO). She will start with us on 1 April. Piki’s current role is with Te Puni Kokiri Taumarunui as a Senior Advisor Regional Partnerships – Housing.
Investments update As mentioned at our AGM, our investments were slightly impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic but had fully recovered by the end of June 2020 and have continued to generate very positive returns through to January 2021. This is a good sign. We know international markets will continue to fluctuate over the coming year, but we have confidence in our investment advisors who have their eyes closely on the situation.
I encourage you to stay connected with us throughout the year. Continue to stay safe and to look after each other. Nāku iti nei nā,
Greg Stebbing General Manager
TST STEM Scholarships – now open Annual General Meeting It was great to have so many of you join us online at our Annual General Meeting livestream last year, and the Settlement Trust hopes to be able to connect with you in person over the course of this year. If you couldn’t make it, you can still watch the livestream here: https://www.tst.maori.nz/ documents/ We also encourage you to read our Annual Report on our website, which details our key activities over the course of 2020.
Membership It’s been great to see our Tūwharetoa membership numbers increases year-on-year. We have put together some statistics on our membership that may be of interest to you – see the infographic. If any of your whanau have not yet registered with the Tūwharetoa Settlement Trust, please encourage them to do so. Details on how to register are on our website and in this issue of Te Kōtuku.
As part of our commitment to promoting and advancing the educational aspirations of our people, TST acknowledges the importance of Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) in the future of Ngāti Tūwharetoa and Aotearoa. We are excited to offer a scholarship which acknowledges the academic excellence of tertiary students enrolled in STEM cources. There are three (3) scholaships available valued at $10,000 each. The scholarship is open to registered members of Ngāti Tūwharetoa who reside in NZ and are in their third year or higher, of university study. Applications open Monday, 22 March 2021 and close Friday, 30 April 2021. To apply and find out more visit our website www. tst.maori.nz/grants/
TŪWHARETOA KĀINGA STRATEGY UPDATE Tūwharetoa Settlement Trust
Te Wikitōria, Blandina Diamond
Our Tūwharetoa Kāinga Strategy is continuing to make good progress. Over the past three months, TST General Manager Greg Stebbing and Tūwharetoa Kāinga Strategy Project Manager Blandina Diamond have also been invited to a series of wānanga focused on the Government’s housing strategy. “This was a great opportunity to share our learnings and findings from our Tūwharetoa Kāinga Strategy, and our plans moving forward,” says Ms Diamond. We are also pleased to advise that the Ministry for Housing and Urban development have accepted
our application for funding to assist with our Pilot Programmes: Advice and Advocacy, Repair and Maintenance, and Residential Build. You can read more about these pilot programmes in our Annual Report on the TST website. “This support will enable TST to take on additional resources for Kāinga advice and advocacy programmes, and our residential projects,” says Ms Diamond. The last quarter of 2020 also heralded some further positive developments in the housing space, that presents opportunities for the Tūwharetoa Kāinga Strategy. It was great to hear the news that Kāinga Ora will be investing in social housing developments in Tūrangi and Taupō. “We plan to engage with them on the opportunities in this space and how we can be involved, and we look forward to updating you on further progress over the coming months,” says Ms. Diamond.
About the Tūwharetoa Kāinga Strategy The Strategy takes an in-depth look at what’s needed to realise affordable housing, assured housing, and healthy and accessible homes. It has been informed by six months of targeted research looking at the causes of
the current housing status quo throughout Aotearoa, and the solutions, challenges and gaps therein. By investigating and designing housing solutions for our future and current generations, and through collaborating with other entities within Tūwharetoa and agencies across Aotearoa, the hope is that the socio-economic housing related problems our people face today will be addressed. The Strategy indicates the solutions that are best-suited to the Tūwharetoa rohe, how initial projects will move forward, time frames and potential partnerships. The full strategy can be accessed on the TST website: www.tst.maori.nz
TST Members Growth
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TST Members By Age Age Group Members (Jun 20) 18-29
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INSIGHTS INTO OUR TŪWHARETOA MEMBERSHIP Tūwharetoa Settlement Trust Since our new combined membership database was successfully implemented in 2018, in collaboration with the Tūwharetoa Māori Trust Board and Ngāti Tūwharetoa Fisheries Charitable Trust, it has been fantastic to see a welcome boost in member registrations. To date, we have more than 10,000 members registered with us which is an increase of 20 percent since the new database was commissioned. The new system has made it easier for our people to register, update their details and apply for grants online. It also enables easier electronic communications with members.
Check out some key statistics on our membership below: Not yet registered? We strongly encourage all those who whakapapa to Ngāti Tūwharetoa to register as beneficiaries of the Tūwharetoa Settlement Trust. It’s important that you are registered, so that we can keep you up to date on what’s happening with Tūwharetoa whānau, hapū and marae, and ensure you know about the opportunities available to you through the Settlement Trust. It’s easy to register. Just fill out our online registration form here: https://www. tuwharetoa.co.nz/register/register-online/ If you need any help, call us on 0800 TUWHARETOA (889 427).
Already registered but need to update your details? You can do so in any of the following ways: • Download our form from our website or pick one up at our office. You can send it back to us in any of the following ways: Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Post: PO Box 1845, Taupō 3351 Drop off: 81 Horomatangi Street, Taupō • Send us a message via our Facebook page: www.facebook.com/ tuwharetoasettlementtrust • Call us on 0800 TUWHARETOA (889 427).
Te whai i te kano ārai i a KOWHEORI-19: ngā mea, i tōna tikanga, ka puta Ko ngā kano ārai mate tētahi huarahi e ārai ai tātou i te mate urutā o KOWHEORI-19, hei tiaki hoki i te oranga o ō tātou hapori. Te tiakanga Kāore he utu o te kano ārai i a KOWHEORI-19, ā, e wātea ana ki ngā tāngata katoa o Aotearoa. Ka tiaki ngā kano ārai mate i tō hauora, ā, ka ārai atu i te mate mā te mahi tahi me ngā wāhanga papare o tō tinana e kaha ai koe ki te ārai atu i te wheori, mehemea ka noho mōrearea koe. Ka whaihua te kano ārai i a KOWHEORI-19 mā te whakaoho i tō pūnaha awhikiri e hua mai ai ngā paturopi, ngā pūtau toto hoki e whai nei ki te ārai i te wheori o KOWHEORI-19. Ko te whai i te kano ārai i a KOWHEORI-19 tētahi mahi hei whāinga māu e ārai ai koe i a koe anō i ngā pānga o te wheori. Heoi anō, kāore mātou i te mōhio mēnā ka riro mā tēnei e mutu ai tō pāngia rānei e te wheori, tō whakapā atu rānei i te wheori ki tangata kē. Kia uru ki a koe te kano ārai mate, me tūpato tonu hei aukati wawe i te horapa haeretanga o KOWHEORI-19. Me āta horoi, me āta whakamaroke hoki ō ringaringa. Me maremare, me matihe hoki ki tō tuke, ā, me noho ki te kāinga mehemea ka māuiui koe. Mā tēnei koe e āwhina ki te tiaki i a koe anō, i tō whānau, i ētahi atu hoki.
Me whakamahi tonu i te taupānga whakatewhatewha mō KOWHEORI, whakakāngia te wāhanga o te Hono Iarere o tō waea, ā, tērā pea ka hiahia koe ki te mau i tō tākai mata, i tō ārai mata rānei.
Te haumarutanga Whakaae noa ai a Medsafe kia whakamahia te kano ārai mate i Aotearoa i te wā e whakaae ana rātou kua eke ki te taumata o te haumaru, o te whaihua hoki e tika ana kia whakamahia. Kotahi tonu te whakamātautau haumaru me whai e ngā kano ārai mate katoa e pā ana ki a KOWHEORI- 19, ka mutu me eke te katoa ki ōna paerewa ruarangi e ōrite ana.
Te kano ārai mate a Pfizer Kāore koe e pāngia e KOWHEORI-19 mā tēnei kano ārai mate. Me rua rawa ngā whāngaitanga, kia toru wiki te roa i waenga i ngā mea e rua. E eke ai te tiakanga ōu ki te taumata, me whai koe kia rua rawa ngā whāngaitanga ōu ki te kano ārai mate. Mēnā kāore koe e tae atu i te wā kua whakaritea, me wawe tonu tō whakarite i tētahi atu wā.
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Ngā mea hei whakaarotanga i mua i tō whai i te kano ārai mate Mēnā kua pāngia koe e te pāwera kino rawa atu, mēnā rānei i tere tonu te pāngia ōu e te pāwera nā te kano ārai mate, nā te werohanga rānei i mua, tēnā kōrerotia tēnei ki te kaiwhāngai i a koe ki te kano ārai mate. Mēnā e whāngaia ana koe ki te rongoā whakawaiwai toto, mēnā rānei e pāngia ana koe e te mate ā-toto, whakamōhiotia te kaiwhāngai i a koe ki te kano ārai mate. Mēnā e hapū ana koe, e whāngai pēpē ana rānei koe ki te ū, tēnā kōrero atu ki te kaiwhāngai i a koe ki te kano ārai mate, ki tō tākuta rānei, ki tō tapuhi whakawhānau rānei. Mēnā e whāngaia ana koe ki ngā rongoā mō te mate pukupuku, arā, ki a Keytruda rānei, ki a Opdivo rānei, ki a Yervoy rānei, ki a Tecentriq rānei, kōrero ki tō mātanga e mōhio ai koe mēnā me whāngai koe ki te kano ārai mate. I tēnei wā, kāore mātou i te whakawātea i te kano ārai mate a Pfizer ki te hunga e tamariki ake ana i te 16 tau te pakeke kia wātea mai he raraunga atu anō. Mēnā e rongo ana koe i ngā tohumate o KOWHEORI-19, whāia kia whakamātauhia koe, ā, e noho ki te kāinga tae noa ki te wā ka whiwhi koe i ngā hua mōu. E whakaaetia ana kia whāngaia koe ki te kano ārai mate ā te wā tonu e kī ana ngā hua o tō whakamātautau kāore koe e pāngia ana .
He aha ka hua mai ā muri i te whāngaia ōku ki te kano ārai mate? Me tatari kia pau te 30 meneti i muri i te whāngaia ōu ki te kano ārai mate kia kite ai ngā kaimahi hauora kāore e pērā rawa ana te kino o te pāngia ōu e te pāwera.
Ngā mate āpiti tērā pea ka puta Ko te kōrero nui katoa ka puta mō ngā tauhohenga, ko te mamae o te wāhi i werohia ai, ko te ānini o te māhunga, ko te rongo rānei i te ngenge, i te ruha rānei. Tērā pea ka rangona hoki te mamae o ngā uaua, te māuiui noa iho nei, te hūwiniwini, te kirikā, te mamae o ngā ponapona me te whakapai ruaki. He tohu tēnei e whaihua ana te kano ārai mate. Pēnei i ngā rongoā katoa, tērā pea he mate āpiti ka pā atu ki ētahi tāngata. Ko aua mate rā ka kitea nuitia ana, ka māmā noa iho i te nuinga o te wā, ka mutu kāore e roa ana te mate, ā, ehara i te mea mā ērā e aukati tō whai i te tuarua o ngā kano ārai mate, e whakararu rānei ō mahi o ia rā. Ka pā pea ētahi mate āpiti ki tō kaha ki te hautū waka, ki te whakamahi mīhini rānei. He wā ōna ka puta ētahi mate pāwera kino nei, engari me uaua ka kitea. Kua whakangungua ā mātou kaiwhāngai i te tangata ki te kano ārai mate kia whakahaerehia ēnei āhuatanga.
He tautoko atu anō, he pārongo atu anō hoki Ki te pāngia koe e ngā tohumate e hāngai ana pea ki a KOWHEORI-19, pērā i te maremare hou e auau ana, i te teitei o te pāmahana, i te kirikā rānei, i te korenga rānei, i te panonitanga rānei o ō tairongo māori ā-tako rānei, ā-ihu rānei, e noho ki te kāinga, whakaritea hoki kia whakamātautauria tō tinana mō KOWHEORI-19. Mēnā kāore koe i te mōhio ki te āhua o ō tohumate, ki te kino haere rānei ō tohumate, waeahia te Healthline mā te 0800 358 5453. Mēnā he māharahara inamata tōu e pā ana ki tō haumarutanga, waeahia te 111, ka āta kī atu ai ki a rātou kua werohia koe ki te kano ārai i a KOWHEORI-19 kia tika ai tā rātou tirotiro i a koe. www.health.govt.nz/covid-vaccine
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