e Rūnanga o Ngāti Rārua held three Rautaki Reo engagement sessions throughout the months of July & August to gather whānau goals, hopes, and aspirations for the future of Te Reo o Ngāti Rārua. This survey is a follow up from that process to ensure that more whānau voices are heard.
Edition #4 of the Kotahitanga mō te Taiao ePānui brings you stories and updates from our project teams.
The partnership between Department of Conservation and Te Tauihu iwi is being strengthened through a new secondment role with Te Rūnanga o Ngāti Rārua.
Find new whanake opportunities - jobs, training and other pathways for career development.
The eight iwi of Te Tauihu have pooled their resources and whānau networks together to ensure an equitable vaccination rollout for Māori in their region.
The Marlborough Lines Company look after the electricity network in Wairau. They offer an annual scholarship and the closing date for applications is Monday, 30 November 2020.
Te Pūtahitanga o Te Waipounamu welcomes a new report released by Child Poverty Action Group (CPAG) and urgently calls for the Government
You're invited to a series of wānanga to gather whānau goals, hopes and aspirations for the future of Te Reo o Ngāti Rārua.
Te Tātoru o Wairau, previously known as the Marlborough Schools Project, will relocate and rebuild three local schools in Marlborough.
The inaugural Te Tai Tonga Reo Māori Summit is being proudly hosted in Whakatu this year and is an exciting opportunity to gather all language champions together from throughout the rohe to discuss how we continue to grow te reo Māori within our communities.
It's not too late! Enrolments are still open for Kaitiaki Whenua Project Moturoa – New Zealand Certificate in Conservation.
Common and German wasps are having a massive negative impact in Aotearoa. In Te Tauihu especially, we have the highest recorded numbers anywhere in the world. It is our luscious honeydew-producing beech forests that attract the wasps in their droves.