We need to know ourselves better - our whakapapa, our history, where we live, what we can contribute, what we need and our aspirations for ourselves and us as a collective. Please find below some posts that help us make better connections with each other.
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.
The partnership between Department of Conservation and Te Tauihu iwi is being strengthened through a new secondment role with Te Rūnanga o Ngāti Rārua.
Details of how we will be operating at COVID-19 Alert Level 2.
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
Nominations for candidates to form the Interim Board for the Maori Health Authority are open until 18 June 2021.
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.
Get the new academic year off to a flying start: Take advantage of the new scholarship $1000 scholarship from NMIT, which will be matched by Ngāti Rārua to bring the total to $2000.
This is a summary of a staff trip to Ōtaki and Whanganui-a-tara in December 2020.
Wakapuaka mai Hawaiki Haua te urupā o ōku Mātua Tupuna Ko Paremata te Tangata Haumi ē! Hui ē! Taiki ē!Nau mai!
We are seeking stallholders for the next Te Pātaka o Wairau, being held at Seymour Square on Friday 5 February 2021, open to the public from 4.00 p.m to 8.00 p.m.
E wehi ana ki ngā atua, he maungārongo ki te mata o te whenua, he whakaaro pai ki ngā tāngata