Nei ra te mihi Nei ra te mihi ō tā koutou Komiti o Parininihi ki Waitotara ki a koutou me ō koutou whānau huri rauna i te motu nei. E kore nei e mimiti ngā mihi ki a koutou katoa. Ko te tūmanako ia ka whai wāhi koutou ki te hoki whakamuri ki ngā mahi o te tau kua paremo ake nei me te aro anō ki ngā tau kei mua i te aroaro. Nō reira, ma te wāhi ngaro koutou hei manaaki hei tiaki.
Parininihi ki Waitotara (PKW) is a Maori Incorporation based in Taranaki, Aotearoa (New Zealand). We own 20,000 hectares of some of the most productive dairy land in the world and have a range of business interests including dairy farming, crayfish, forestry and commercial property. We are in the business of innovative, sustainable farm management. We are here to protect, manage and invest our shareholders’ assets for future generations. Read more About PKW
**2013-2014 Annual General Meeting**
This years AGM will be hosted by Aotearoa Marae, Hastings Road, South Taranaki on Saturday 8 November 2014. Powhiri and registrations start at 9.00am with the meeting to begin at 10.00am. The AGM for the PKW Trust will immediately following Incorporations AGM. Click here for the agenda
**NCEA Secondary School Grants now open**
Each year the PKW Trust invites mokopuna and tamariki to apply for an NCEA grant. Applications are now open and close on Friday 31 October 2014. To be eligible applicants must attend a New Zealand kura/school, be studying towards their NCEA and have paid the fee and be endorsed by a PKW shareholder. Click here Submit an NCEA application.
Unfortunately shareholders contact details fall out of date making it difficult for us to keep them informed about PKW activities. Also these shareholders miss the opportunity to nominate and elect Directors, vote on the strategy, receive the annual report, whenua magazines, apply for grants and scholarships, and of course do not receive their annual dividend. If you have any information about the missing shareholders on the attached files, please ask them to contact us or, email the Registrar to follow up.