Here you can find out all about some of the people of Ngāti Rārua, all around the world.
Te Whare Rangahau o Tokomaru launched
On 31 May kaimahi, trustees and a number of guests gathered for the opening of the Tokumaru Research Centre at Te Whare Mānuka in Whakatū.
Ka Uruora Te Tauihu supports financial independence and improved wellbeing
Last week Ngāti Tama, Ngāti Rārua, Rangitāne and Te Ātiawa Iwi launched Ka Uruora Te Tauihu, a programme of services to support iwi members to achieve financial independence and wellbeing.
Te Mana Kuratahi Catering and Photography expressions of interest
EOIs for catering and photography services for Te Mana Kuratahi close 1 July.
Register now for the next Kia Pai Ki Mua wānanga
The Kia Pai Ki Mua series focuses on Ngāti Rārua history, tikanga and kawa pertaining to each of our marae. The wānanga will also feature karakia, waiata, and haerenga to wāhi tapu. Next up is Whakatū Marae on Saturday 1 and Sunday 2 July, so register now!
Kaimahi lead keynote discussion
Te Rūnanga o Ngāti Rārua kaimahi Aneika Young, Barney Thomas and Rowena Cudby, supported by architect Keni-Duke Hetet were keynote speakers at the annual New Zealand Institute of Landscape Architects conference held in Whakatū last week.
Kotahitanga mō te Taiao newsletter
We celebrate the publication of a short film by the BBC Our Frozen Planet team, farewell outgoing Co-Chair Dave Johnston and Nelson City Council's representative Jo Martin - and feature project updates.
Olivia Hall appointed to new Te Pūkenga executive role
Te Rūnanga o Ngāti Rārua congratulates Board Chair Olivia Hall on her appointment to an executive director role for Tumu Whenua ā-Rohe 3 at Te Pūkenga.
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
Kia matatū Being vigilant
Now is a good time to get your boosters - more international visitors in our takiwā this summer means greater potential risks. So it's time to make sure whānau are protected against any new wave of COVID-19.
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.
Symposium to inspire excellence
An education symposium to be hosted by iwi in Whakatū in October is the first step in what is hoped is a new chapter in celebrating and promoting educational excellence for Māori.
Applications open for Marlborough Lines Tertiary Scholarship
Nau mai, e te whānau! Tonoa mai tēnei karahipi mā te Māori! We are pleased to advise that applications