Please find below the latest posts from Te Rūnanga o Ngāti Rārua's Chairperson
“We have no choice but to fight”. These are the words of Rahui Papa, the Chair for Ngati Koroki Kahukura of the Cambridge area.
Ngāti Rārua representatives accompanied Ngāti Tama and Te Atiawa for a blessing at Te Kura o Aorere (Collingwood Area School) at dawn, along with students and teachers and the wider school community.
Iwi and councils in the top of the South Island have today affirmed their strong relationships, signing an historic partnership agreement that will see them work more closely together across the region.
We are seeking expressions of interest for a board position on Te Whare Rangahau o Tokomaru (the Tokomaru Research Centre).
This is an excellent opportunity to gain practical experience and insight about making positive change in Wairau. We encourage anyone who is interested to get in touch – or pass this opportunity to someone who would be the perfect fit.
Please use this link to joing the Hui-ā-tau.
We’re delighted to present our Pūrongo-ā-Tau 2023, our annual report to March 31 2023. It contains our year in review, planned and actual activities, and audited financial accounts.
“The talent and commitment from our local rangatahi and kura is immense. If you’ve never watched kapa haka before, watch this - the performances will be awe-inspiring.”
To celebrate the tenth anniversary of the signing of our settlement with the Crown, we are bringing whānau together from across the motu on 18-19 November for activities, whakawhanaungatanga and celebrations. You are warmly invited to attend the festivities – all we ask whānau to do is register.
Te Rūnanga o Ngāti Rārua congratulates Board Chair Olivia Hall on her appointment to an executive director role for Tumu Whenua ā-Rohe 3 at Te Pūkenga.
Kia ora e te whānau, we're pleased to provide our annual report for year ending 31 March 2021 and look
E wehi ana ki ngā atua, he maungārongo ki te mata o te whenua, he whakaaro pai ki ngā tāngata