Please find below the latest COVID-19 posts from Te Rūnanga o Ngāti Rārua.
Now is a good time to get your boosters - more international visitors in our takiwā this summer means greater potential risks. So it's time to make sure whānau are protected against any new wave of COVID-19.
The Te Tauihu Covid-19 Research Project is part of the Te Tauihu Covid Māori Action Plan 2022, which aims to reduce inequities for Māori in the local Covid-19 response.
Details of how we will be operating at COVID-19 Alert Level 2, plus where to find vaccination clinics.
Kia ora e te whānau, we're pleased to provide our annual report for year ending 31 March 2021 and look forward to
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.
Te Pūtahitanga o Te Waipounamu welcomes a new report released by Child Poverty Action Group (CPAG) and urgently calls for the Government
Please ensure your kaumātua and those living with kaumātua know about these clinics as they are all eligible for the vaccine now.
Ngā iwi Māori in Te Tauihu have taken a major step along the recovery path with the appointment of a new operations manager for Covid-19 response.
The Community Capability and Resilience Fund is a $36 million fund is available from 1 August 2020 to support community initiatives that support the rebuild and recovery from COVID-19.
Kia ora e te whānau We welcomed Cliff Saxton as Whānau Ora Navigator for the eight iwi of Te Tauihu last month.
You could get expert support at no cost to you or your business by registering through the Regional Business Partners Network.
Ka karanga mai a Whakatū Marae ki a koutou ngā whanau hei whakatau ngā whaakaro maumahara ki a rātou.