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120622 E Mara E Pānui - 22 June 2012

Jobs at Te Runanga-A-Iwi-O-Ngapuhi            


We have two positions currently been advertised. If you are passionate about Hapu and Iwi development, please follow the links to the following roles. Applications close must be in by 5pm June 29.


Hapu Development/Natural Resource Management Coordinator


Hapu Development Administration Support


Two councils for Northland instead of four


A working group, including representatives from Te Runanga-A-Iwi-O-Ngapuhi, have been working with Tai Tokerau leaders to develop a unitary authority for Northland.                                      




New te reo book


Do you feel like your Maori language proficiency has plateaued? Are you looking for more fun ways to say things in everyday situations? Heni Jacob has written a new book in Maori aimed at sustaining lively and in-depth converstations. Email Ngahuia Hemara-Wahanui on the link below for more.




Matariki Celebration in Whangarei   


Pehiaweri Marae and NorthTec are inviting students and whanau to celebrate Matariki at Pehiaweri on June 27. Follow the link below fore more details.



Indo-Maori Hui


Maori with Indian whakapapa are being brought together to hui.




Ae Marika online


The latest version of Ae Marika is online. It features stories about Pehiaweri Marae, the opening of Kohewhata Marae and Iwi Leaders, including Te Runanga-A-Iwi-O-Ngapuhi leader Sonny Tau, succesfully brokering an end to the Affco dispute.




Hiruharama Hou Marae hits the road


Hiruharama Hou Marae is going out to whanau to engage them about their long term plans for the marae. Mid July their roadshow goes to Auckland to connect with whanau there with links to the marae.



Takiwa/Taurahere hui


Check out the Te Runanga-A-Iwi-O-Ngapuhi website for details about the Takiwa or Taurahere monthly hui in your area.



Kauri Dieback


Kauri Dieback refers to the deadly Kauri disease killing off our native tree and can kill trees of all ages. This weekend on TV3, John Tamihere is leading a panel discussion about Kauri Dieback



Tauranga iwi Ngati Ranginui signs its settlement


Tribal members have received an apology for a colonial forces campaign that killed Maori warriors in the 1860s at Rangiriri and Gate Pa.



Register with Te Runanga-A-Iwi-O-Ngapuhi


There are several different ways to register. Either online, or we can email you a registration form, or there’s the good old fashioned way of filling out a hard copy of the registration form. Either way you can go online for more details or call the office on 09-401 5530 or 0800 NGAPUHI.

Click here to go online

Freephone 0800 642 784


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