He mihi maioha ki ngā whānau o RongomaiwahineRongomaiwahine Iwi Trust is the mandated iwi authority representing over 4500 members who whakapapa to our rohe of Mahia Peninsula.Our Story Summer in MahiaAll you need to know for a fun & safe holiday on the Peninsula. Te Puna Waiora o NukutauruaJoin the conversation on the future of freshwater in Mahia. News & Events Hui-A-Iwi New Ruawharo Marae 18th March 2023 Added 19 hrs ago 2023 Māori Basketball Tournament New Added 2 days ago Mahia Resilience containers New Added 3 days ago New Date for Bombing Comp Added 2 weeks ago 2022 Hui-A-Tau Added 2 months ago More News & Events He manako te kōura i kore aiWhat guides our mahi? Our people. He Mahere Rautaki, built on our four pou - whakapapa, mātauranga, manaaki and mana moana, mana whenua - informs our decision making. He Mahere Rautaki WhakapapaThe weaving of iwi, waka and tipuna came to the birth of Rongomaiwahine. Under her, we are one. Rongomaiwahine is the Whaea o Te Motu. She connects and unites us as people. MātaurangaOur knowledge has been passed down through our tīpuna, connecting us back to our first whare wananga on Waikawa. Rongomaiwahine mātauranga links us to all corners of Aotearoa. ManaakiNgā tangata o Rongomaiwahine are humble people. We derive our value from caring and nurturing of others. Mana Moana and Mana WhenuaOur tipuna were pre-destined to arrive at the shore of Te Mahia Mai Tawhiti. This spiritual connection to moana and whenua binds our intergenerational relationship to our Taiao and defines our kaitiakitanga.