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140417 E Mara E Pānui - 17 April 2014




Five days left to nominate Ngāpuhi settlement entity Kaumātua and Kuia and Urban trustees

Nominations for Kaumātua and Kuia and Ngāpuhi Ā Rohe (Urban) trustees on the Ngāpuhi settlement entity Tūhoronuku Independent Mandated Authority (Tūhoronuku IMA) close at noon on Tuesday 22 April.


Strong Hapū participation in Ngāpuhi settlement election nomination round

With three days before nominations close for hapū representatives on to the mandated settlement entity Tūhoronuku independent Mandated Authority ("Tūhoronuku IMA"), almost half of Ngāpuhi hapū have nominated representatives.


2014 Te Tai Tokerau Secondary Schools Kapa Haka

The original vision for the festival conceived in 1976 by parents and staff of Opononi Area School for students in Hokianga has grown to encompass all the secondary schools throughout Te Tai Tokerau.


Communications Planning Workshop @3-4 May 2014

As part of the Marae toolbox that Te Rūnanga-Ā-Iwi-O-Ngāpuhi is currently developing with the support of the JR McKenzie Trust, we are running a two-day pilot Marae Communications planning workshop commencing on 3 May 2014.  Registrations of interest are due back no later than Thursday 24 April 2014.


Youth plan goes to people

The Funky North played a set ranging from rap to classical tunes while a Ngāpuhi Iwi Social Services film crew spent the day capturing comments from people in Kaikohe. 


Locals fed up with trucker's dusty tracks

The high level of logging trucks on the roads in a district of Whangarei was the issue of discussion at a meeting called by the Whangarei District Council.


Museums buy Te Pahi medal

A joint bid by Te Papa and the Auckland War Memorial Museum has secured a silver medal once owned by Bay of Islands chief Te Pahi.


Tai Tokerau Maranga Mai E Te Iwi - Results

This year's Tai Tokerau Maranga Mai E Te Iwi regional competition was held at the ASB Kensington Stadium in Whangarei.


R.A.T.S - Riders Against Teenage Suicide: Ngāpuhi Hikoi to Te Tai Rawhiti @16 May 2014, 8.30am (Kaikohe)

Join the hikoi in support of Riders Against Teenage Suicide a kaupapa focused on our Taitamariki and mokopuna. For more information contact Hone Mihaka on 027 290 7047, 09 405 9990 or Arthur Harawira on 022 062 1840 or 09 405 3403.

Small boost for Māori science

The government is to spend up to $5 million over the next two years boosting Māori science.


More identifying as Māori 

Census figures show that Māori continue to have a growing and relatively young population.


Thousands gathering for hui

Thousands of people are gathering in Upper Hutt north of Wellington for the annual Māori Catholic Hui Aranga event.


Subsidy to boost Māori land productivity

Five Māori projects have won grants totalling more than $2 million in the latest round of the Sustainable Farming Fund.


Unsure about your registration?

Ever received an acknowledgement? Do you have a registration number? If you're unsure about your registration details contact us. Ph 0800 NGĀPUHI (0800 6427844), 09 401 5530 or email the registrations team at registrations@ngapuhi.iwi.nz.

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Te Rūnanga-Ā-Iwi-O-Ngāpuhi
16 Mangakahia Rd, Kaikohe
Ph 0800 NGAPUHI (6427844) +64 9 401 5530
Email runanga@ngapuhi.iwi.nz
Fax +64 9 401 5543