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.
Te Rūnanga o Ngāti Rārua and Te Whare Wānanga o Te Tau Ihu o te Waka a Maui (Nelson Marlborough Institute of Technology, NMIT) have this week signed a memorandum of understanding to improve access to education and retraining opportunities, as well as give local students pathways to employment.
All whānau need to live in warm, dry and secure homes!With the help of Te Pūni Kōkiri, we’re initiating a
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Kia ora e te whānau o Te Tauihu, It has been a time like no other than we’ve experienced in our
We’ve been working with other iwi, Te Waiora (Nelson Marlborough Health) and Civil Defence on a collaborative response for Te Tau Ihu o Te Waka-aa-Maaui.Most importantly we are here for you.
This is a serious evolving situation and we need to take preventative action and have instigated a process of welfare calls.
Our latest pānui is going to print and here is an advance copy! Here's what's inside: That we are coming out to
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Hemi Toia, pictured in 2014 outside the then new Rūnanga offices at Kinross Street, Wairau. Photo by Derek Flynn.
Makaawhio, aka Bruce Bay is located in South Westland, on Te Tai o Poutini (the West Coast) of the South Island, not
It’s a fabulous treat catching up with Ngāti Rārua whānau hearing about their lives and sharing in their memories. Recently, we sat down with Auckland-based whānau member, wahine toa and business woman extraordinaire, Zella Morrison.