We've created a selection of Ngāti Rārua nature stories for you to share with your family, friends and the world.
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We’re delighted to present our Pūrongo-ā-Tau 2023, our annual report to March 31 2023. It contains our year in review, planned and actual activities, and audited financial accounts.
Tasman District Council is being urged to work faster on the replacement for the Motueka Wastewater Treatment Plant.
A rāhui on a large area of the Motueka foreshore is now in effect until further notice.
To celebrate the tenth anniversary of the signing of our settlement with the Crown, we are bringing whānau together from across the motu on 18-19 November for activities, whakawhanaungatanga and celebrations. You are warmly invited to attend the festivities – all we ask whānau to do is register.
Te Rūnanga o Ngāti Rārua is wanting to extend capacity and capability in its Mauri Ora (Cultural) and Hononga (Social) team and invites expressions of interest in the following newly established roles across Te Tauihu.
Public health warning: shellfish biotoxin alert for Marlborough Sounds New Zealand Food Safety is advising the public not to collect or consume shellfish gathered from part of Queen Charlotte Sound due to the possible presence of toxins.
Here is the latest update from the Kotahitanga mō te Taiao Alliance pānui.
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 Blue Gums Landfill project aims to significantly enhance the mauri of te taiao through long-term improvements to waste management practices in Wairau. This site receives all residual waste for Marlborough.
The Environment court has ordered the highest national level of protection available for Te Waikoropupū in Mohua - a water conservation order.