“There’s one in particular that really stands out for me, and that is Victory School in Nelson and the work that the iwi have done down there to lead that programme, and the difference that it has made to young people’s attendance and engagement in that particular school.”
Last week Te Rūnanga o Ngāti Rārua officially welcomed Ngawaina Joy Shorrock to her new role as Pou Mauri Ora | Cultural manager, and Nicki Kitson as Pou Āwhina Tāhūhū at Te Hauora o Ngāti Rārua. Nice to have them on board!
Excitement is building in Motueka as Te Āwhina Marae prepares to welcome the first whānau tenants of its new 20-home papakāinga.
A wonderful celebration of Matariki filled the offices of Te Hauora o Ngati Rārua in Blenheim with people, fun and laughter on July 13. Approximately 150 people visited and enjoyed manaakitanga, kai and plenty of festivities. Congratulations to everyone involved for a wonderful event.
Te Hauora o Ngāti Rārua invites the community to join them for a Whānau Day to Celebrate Matariki. 13 July 10am to 3pm, 64 Seymour Street, Blenheim
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Do not collect or eat shellfish from areas where shellfish biotoxin warnings have been issued. Bio-toxins can be extremely harmful to humans and can contaminate many species of kaimoana.
Te Rūnanga o Ngāti Rārua is expressing concern with the recent proposal to move lab testing services out of the top of the south.
Do you know any Year 13 ranagatahi interested in a health career? Te Whare Wānanga o Ōtākou is offering an amazing opportunity to visit and experience the Dunedin campus through their REACH scholarship.
A pilot project offering grants of up to $300 to help remove financial barriers to participation in sport and recreation for tamariki and rangatahi Māori has been extended.
Applications close at noon on Friday, June 16, 2023.
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.