Iwi - Tribal Information


* Kāi Tahu
* Marae, kāika, pā


* Federation of Māori Authorities Inc (FoMA) Me Uru Kahikatea
Portal on issues and matters relating to Māori Economic Development.
* Iwidex
An index to the sources of information on tribal history, tikanga-ā-iwi, and whakapapa held in the Heritage and Research Collections of Auckland City Libraries
* Iwi-Hapū Names List
The Iwi Hapū Names List has been developed as part of the Māori Subject Headings Project jointly sponsored by LIANZA, Te Rōpū Whakahau and National Library of New Zealand.
* Ko ngā Iwi @ Te Puna Web Directory
Te Kahui Mangai includes those organisations whose mandates to represent their iwi / hapu have been recognised by the Government.
* Māori New Zealanders
Contains links to entries on the main iwi in New Zealand as well as an entry on Māori overseas. Entries have mythological, historical, cultural information and statistics about each iwi. Entries consist of text and images, and in many cases audio and video also. From Te Ara: The Encyclopedia of New Zealand.
* Te Kāhui Māngai : directory of Iwi and Māori organisations
* Children of the mist Ngai Tuhoe
History, news & events for the Tuhoe nation
* Hokotehi Moriori Trust
Trust representing the interests of the Moriori people of Rekohu and Rangiaotea (Chatham Islands) and includes some historical information.
* Index of Māori Names
This index is from an unpublished manuscript compiled about 1925 by the missionary Rev. Henry James Fletcher (1868-1933). In its original form it was 987 pages long, a vast index of Māori names referred to in books and journals, including the names of boundaries, Māori individuals, canoes, trees, landmarks and geographical locations.
* Iwi Maps
Links to North and South Island iwi maps from Takoa.
* Mahaanui Iwi Management Plan 2013
The six Papatipu Rūnanga worked together to prepare this IMP and it has the mandate of each Rūnanga for their takiwā.
* Muaupoko Tribal Authority
Muaupoko are the Māori people who traditionally occupy the lands on the west coast at southern end of the North Island of New Zealand. The Muaupoko are also called Ngāi Tara. These days the largest population of Muaupoko is in the Horowhenua North of Wellington. Muaupoko has twenty-seven registered hapū, but only six of these are active today. The active hapū are: - Ngāi Te Ao, Ngāti Hine, Ngāti Pariri, Ngāti Tamarangi, Ngāti Whanokirangi, Punahau. The iwi has many organised events which can be found on this site. Muaupoko also have a rōpū of creative artists, and samples of their work can be seen on their page.
* Ngāi Tahu
Official website: culture, legends, business activities, editorials and Crown Settlement information
* NgāI Te Rangi Iwi
Official site of this Tauranga based iwi
* Ngāi Te Rangihouhiri
Official site for this hapū of Ngāti Awa
* Ngāti Apa
* Ngāti Awa
Official site of Te Runanga o Ngāti Awa (based in the Bay of Plenty).
* Ngāti Hawe Hapu
Hapu of Ngāti Ruanui iwi of South Taranaki.
* Ngāti Hinewaka
* Ngāti Kahu
* Ngāti Kahungunu Iwi
Official website of this organisation whose aim is "to enhance the mana and well being of Ngāti Kahungunu Iwi."
* Ngāti Maniapoto
* Ngāti Maniapoto Marae Pact Trust
A collection of 23 marae who have undertaken responsibility for the planning of the communal resources of Ngāti Maniapoto.
* Ngāti Mutunga
Website for this North Taranaki iwi.
* Ngāti Pāhauwera : te iwi o Mohaka
* Ngāti Paoa
* Ngāti Porou
This site has been established as a means by which Ngati Porou people can keep up with what is happening at home and abroad
* Ngāti Pukenga
* Ngāti Rehua Trust
Official website of Ngati Rehua iwi.
* Ngāti Tūwharetoa web portal
News, events and links for Ngāti Tuwharetoa people.
* Ngāti Toa Rangatira
* Ngāti Whakaue
Official website of this Rotorua based iwi.
* Ngāti Whare
* Ngapuhi
Ngapuhi is New Zealand's largest iwi, with more than 95,000 members. The Ngapuhi iwi takiwā comprises the northern districts of the North Island, namely the Far North, Whangarei and Kaipara districts. While these areas are the "home" of Ngapuhi, more than three-quarters of the iwi live in other parts of the country. This website provides Ngapuhi news,information and history.
* Official home page
Home of the .iwi domain registry.
* Raukawa Trust Board
* Tānenuiārangi Manawatu Incorporated
mandated iwi authority for Rangitāne o Manawatu
* Tūhono
Tūhono (meaning to link or connect) is an advocate for and contributes to a network of Māori individuals, iwi organisations and other entities who engage with each other in fostering identity, wellbeing and potential. If you are of Māori descent you can register with your iwi through Tūhono. Tūhono provide a channel where your iwi has your correct contact details so they can keep you informed on issues that may be of interest or benefit to you.
* Tūwharetoa Māori Trust Board
Administers lands and assets of Ngāti Tuwharetoa, of the Taupo area. From this site visitors can download forms for iwi enrolment and education grants.
* Tainui Tribal Management
information to the tribal register, land issues and education grants.
* Te Aitanga ā Mahaki
* Te Arawa ki Ōtautahi
This organisation aims to "...bring together descendants residing in Ōtautahi, whose tribal links are traceable to 'Te Waka o Te Arawa' (the Arawa canoe)".
* Te Iwi o Rakaipaaka
Provides information on whakapapa, iwi strategy, and projects for development. Te Iwi o Rakaipaaka is based in Nuhaka, Aotearoa New Zealand. Te Iwi o Rakaipaaka is comprised of a complex of descendants of the eponymous ancestor Rakaipaaka, of hapu, whanau, marae and bona fide institutions and organisations who are bonded by genealogy and historical relationships. The ahi kaa or heartland of the Iwi is historically and culturally defined in terms of significant phenomena, events, sites and geographic features.
* Te Rūnanga o Kirikiriroa
Website for Māori and Pacific Island people living in the Hamilton area
* Te Rūnanga o Ngāti Hine
Ngāti Hine is a tribe from the Far North. It is an independent member of the Nga Puhi Confederation of Tribes. This site offer information and histories relating to Ngāti Hine
* Te Rūnanga o Ngāti Pu
* Te Rūnanga o Ngati Pikiao
"Te Rūnanga o Ngati Pikiao is an iwi organisation that is owned, managed and supported by the descendants of Pikiao-rangi, a renowned Chief and ancestor."
* Te Rūnanga o Ngati Ruanui
Most of the estimated 6,000 descendants of Ngati Ruanui live outside of their ancestral homeland of Taranaki. This website is a means of ensuring their people will always have a 'link home', The website,includes the history of Ngati Ruanui descendants, it also features information about the runanga, panui, photos and it also provides an opportunity for descendants to register their tribal link online.
* Te Rūnanga o Raukawa
Tribal organisation offering health, education and social service iniatives in the Horowhenua region. Iwi and hapū registration also available online.
* Te Rūnanga o Te Arawa
* Te Rūnanga o Te Rarawa
"The traditional rohe of Te Rarawa is described as the area from Hokianga to Maungataniwha, down through Victoria Valley river to Maimaru, across from Awanui Bridge west to Te Oneroa a Tohe (the Ninety Mile Beach) at Hukatere then down to Mitimiti and Hokianga."
* Te Rūnanga o Turanganui ā Kiwa
Based in Gisborne, Te Runanga O Turanganui A Kiwa "...was established in 1986 and represents the interests of Rongowhakaata, Nga Tamanuhiri, Te Aitanga a Mahaki."
* Te Whanau O Waipareira Trust
Trust based in the Auckland area. Information can be found here on the trust's business, health and educational services, as well as the history of the trust and the board.
* Wakatu Incorporation
Administers land on behalf of Ngati Rarua, Ngati Koata, Ngati Tama and Te Ati Awa owners.
* Whanganui River Māori Trust Board