Our Hapū vision for our Marae is “Kia tū Māori te Marae – Building a proud, vibrant, modern Marae.” An important step towards our vision is reducing the flood risk to our Marae. Our Hapū asked that a Committee be established to investigate options to relocate Tangoio Marae or protect and develop it at the current location.
The process and results of the investigation are outlined in the information booklet which can be downloaded by members by clicking here. If you have any problems accessing it, please let us know by email to email@example.com or call 06 835 3300 or 0800 TANGOIO / 0800 826 4646.
This booklet was posted to the households of all registered members, and emailed to those on our pānui database. If you would like to provide us with your updated contact details, please click here.
The Marae Options Committee will be presenting their recommendation at a Hui-ā-Hapū on Saturday 8 December at Tangoio Marae. There will be fun activities for our tamariki and Kirihimete celebrations following the formal section of the hui.
- 10am – 12pm Marae Options Committee update for rangatahi & pakeke
- Fun activities for tamariki
- 12pm – 1pm Fun activities for all
- 1pm Christmas hākari
Please register your attendance for the Hui-ā-Hapū by calling 06 835 3300 or 0800 TANGOIO (0800 826 4646) or email the Office Manager on firstname.lastname@example.org.
To learn more about the journey the Committee has taken to provide the recommendations and information in the booklet, you can watch the video by clicking here.
For more detail on some aspects mentioned in the information booklet, please click on the links in blue below.
- Historical flooding information including videos, photos, news articles and quotes from our whānau about flooding in Tangoio
- HBRC Report 2015, Te Ngaru [sic] Catchment Flood Hazard Study
- Classification of the four major floods in the last 100 years
- History of flooding timeline (includes quotes and photos from our Hapū, best viewed downloaded onto your computer)
- Information on the flood on 8 March 2018 including rainfall map
- Videos of the flood on 8 March 2018
Climate Change Information
- Presentation slides from NIWA at Hui-ā-Hapū
- Information on the Manatū Mō Te Taiao (Ministry for the Environment) website