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.
KIA PAI KI MUA WĀNANGA
Tēnā rā tātou e te whānau o Ngāti Rārua E tangi tonu ana ki ō tātou mate huhua kua ngaro i ngā
Full house for education symposiun in Whakatū
Teachers, principals and educationalists from across the top of the South Island turned out in force on Friday for a groundbreaking education symposium hosted by the eight iwi of Te Tauihu.
Celebration, tautoko for Pakaranga
Recently we celebrated our Motueka children who performed at Te Huinga Whetū 2022, where they qualified for the national Te Mana Kuratahi competition next year.
Celebrate Matariki 2022
We're observing Matariki kanohi te kanohi with our Umu Kohukohu event in Wairau and we’d love to share it with heaps of our whānau this Saturday 25 June.
Meet our new Pou Oranga
Today we are delighted to announce the appointment of Ripeka Houkamau as Pou Oranga of Te Hauora o Ngāti Rārua Limited.
Kaimahi for Ka Ora Ka Ako
We're loving providing 300 deliciously healthy lunches to tamariki at Victory Primary School through our latest programme with the Ministry of Education
Takiri mai ra ko te ata i te tonga. Ka whariki mai te manu kua ao kua awatea He ngākau aroha e
Register with us :)
We are always keen to increase our membership list so if you have some time these holidays, please complete a registration form
Xmas and COVID-19...
Details of how we will be operating at COVID-19 Alert Level 2, plus where to find vaccination clinics.
2021 Annual Report
Kia ora e te whānau, we're pleased to provide our annual report for year ending 31 March 2021 and look forward to
Marlborough Lines Tertiary Scholarship for Māori We are pleased to advise that applications are now open for the Marlborough Lines Tertiary Scholarship
Te Rautaki Reo o Ngāti Rārua Survey
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.