Iwi monitors perform a vital role representing Ngāti Rārua when construction or development projects engage in earthworks. Te Rūnanga o Ngāti Rārua is wanting to extend capacity and capability for iwi monitor mahi across the rohe.
On Monday 18 September Trustees, kaimahi from Motueka, Whakatū and Wairau and manuhiri welcomed Dr Lorraine Eade and Rowena Cudby into their new roles at Te Whare Rangahau o Tokomaru (Tokomaru Research Centre).
Find new whanake opportunities - jobs, training and other development pathways for career development.
Tonoa mai tēnei karahipi mā te Māori! Marlborough Lines Tertiary Scholarship for Māori applications are open to school leavers and adult learners. Closing date is 31 October.
This summary of the wānanga first held in 2022 is being made available digitally for your benefit as whānau, to give you a record of the kōrero. This kōrero essentially tells the story of Ngāti Rārua from the time ofngā hekenga through to the present day.
Here is the latest update from the Kotahitanga mō te Taiao Alliance pānui.
There's a double wānanga at Te Āwhina Marae at the end of September. Mike Matchitt will run a wānanga whakairo - mahi toki (working with an adze) and Shelley Davies will run a writing workshop unlike any other - check out the details and the videos.
“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.”
Excitement is building in Motueka as Te Āwhina Marae prepares to welcome the first whānau tenants of its new 20-home papakāinga.
New technology that will help Ngāti Rārua get hourly data on sea temperature is about to be deployed on our mussel farms.
The Environment court has ordered the highest national level of protection available for Te Waikoropupū in Mohua - a water conservation order.
There'as another opportunity to contribute to the kōrero on what wai means to Ngāti Rārua on Tuesday 15 August. We would love to see you there.