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.
As the kapa haka community in Whakatū Nelson prepares to welcome thousands of students to the country’s biggest primary school kapa haka competition, hundreds gathered in the central city last week to support the launch of a special exhibition dedicated to the performing art.
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.