The Mauri Ora (cultural) pillar is a critical kaupapa and focusses on our identity as Ngāti Rārua. History, whakapapa, waiata, tikanga and kawa specific to Ngāti Rārua will be explored, debated and celebrated as part of an ongoing series of wānanga and engagement with iwi members. Through our cultural strategy we hope our members will identify proudly as Ngāti Rārua because they will be strong in their Ngāti Rāruatanga. Please find below our mauri ora posts.
Details of how we will be operating at COVID-19 Alert Level 2, plus where to find vaccination clinics.
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 eight iwi of Te Tauihu have pooled their resources and whānau networks together to ensure an equitable vaccination rollout for Māori in their region.
Te Pūtahitanga o Te Waipounamu welcomes a new report released by Child Poverty Action Group (CPAG) and urgently calls for the Government
You're invited to a series of wānanga to gather whānau goals, hopes and aspirations for the future of Te Reo o Ngāti Rārua.
Te Tātoru o Wairau, previously known as the Marlborough Schools Project, will relocate and rebuild three local schools in Marlborough.
The inaugural Te Tai Tonga Reo Māori Summit is being proudly hosted in Whakatu this year and is an exciting opportunity to gather all language champions together from throughout the rohe to discuss how we continue to grow te reo Māori within our communities.
We're calling for expressions of interest in a role to build the cultural confidence, competency and cultural excellence of Ngāti Rārua.
Please ensure your kaumātua and those living with kaumātua know about these clinics as they are all eligible for the vaccine now.
Nominations for candidates to form the Interim Board for the Maori Health Authority are open until 18 June 2021.
We were so excited to present the inaugural Ngāti Rārua NMIT scholarship awards to Joshua Joseph (Wairau Campus) and Rima Piggott (Whakatū Campus) earlier this week.
In our second edition of Kotahitanga mō te Taiao ePānui we share three hero stories from our Projects on the ground.