Te Roopu Manaaki
The Hillary Commission saw it was very important to establish a Roopu Manaaki whou would provide the following:
Te Whare Hakinakina
Nau mai, haere mai ki te whare hakinakina o Aotearoa. I roto i Aotearoa he whakaaro nui to te katoa ki te rite haere ngatahi o te Maori, o tauiwi, a ko te Tiriti o Waitangi e whakaatu atu ana, e tohu ana i te wahi ikeike ki te Maori.
Na nga kaumatua o Ngati Tuwharetoa i tautoko tenei whare hakinakina hei awhina i a tatou i roto i te ao takaaro me te hakinakina.
Ara kei te hoatu ki a koutou tenei whare hakinakina hei whakakuhu nga kaupapa, nga korero mo tena, tena hakinakina i roto i Aotearoa.
Ko nga pakitara o tenei whare hei manaaki te wairua, te hinengaro, te whanau, te tinana.
Welcome, welcome to the House of Sport of New Zealand.
In New Zealand we recognise the importance of the partnership between Maori and non-Maori, and the status of Maori in our society as expressed under the Treaty of Waitangi.
The elders of Ngati Tuwharetoa supports and blessed the house of sport that will house and care for our sporting kaupapa in the world of sport.
Hillary Commission offers the house to all sports bodies to place their charters within its walls.
This house will care for the spiritual, the mental, the whanau, and the body aspects.
Te Whakaaturanga Manatu Memorandum or Protocol agreements between iwi and regional sports trust or local authorities.
This is an agreement between two or more organisations. Parties who see mutual benefit in maintaining sustainable management and delivery of initiatives for iwi and Maori. The primary focus is on strengthening the community through increased Maori participation in health, sport, fitness, recreation and physical leisure. It is intended to do this in a co-operative and a mutually beneficial way.
The purpose is to collaborate in developing, facilitating and implementing strategies, policies and relationships that encourage improved services to iwi, and Maori communities in health, sport and recreation.
Te Po Whakanui te Hakinakina Sports Awards
Moana Pacific Sports Awards
An annual event to recognise and acknowledge Maori sports persons and administrators both nationally and internationally.
The awards are in its 11th year, in 2000 the awards were held at Turangawaewae Marae recognising the effort and work of the late Albie Pryor.
Tribal sports awards are also held in
Nga Hakinakina Maori Maori indigenous sports
It is the intention of the Hillary Commission to establish indigenous sports as recognised national sports organisations. Last year Waka Ama, Nga Kaihoe o Aotearoa became the first indigenous sport to be recognised as a national sports organisations.
Te Komihana The Commission
Nga waahi mahi I roto I te komihana.
The Hillary Commission
for Sport, Fitness and Leisure