The Mauri Ora (cultural) pillar is a critical kaupapa and focusses on our identity as Ngāti Rārua. History, whakapapa, waiata, tikanga and kawa specific to Ngāti Rārua will be explored, debated and celebrated as part of an ongoing series of wānanga and engagement with iwi members. Through our cultural strategy we hope our members will identify proudly as Ngāti Rārua because they will be strong in their Ngāti Rāruatanga. Please find below our mauri ora posts.
We are here for you and ready to assist our whanau. Phone us on 0800 642 847 or email us on firstname.lastname@example.org
Kia ora e te whānau We welcomed Cliff Saxton as Whānau Ora Navigator for the eight iwi of Te Tauihu last month.
Ka kawe nga kī i te Tonga To carry the knowledge from the SouthNau mai, haere mai ki tēnei wānanga ipurangi hosted
Enjoy a supportive and safe learning environment where anyone can experience and learn raranga consistent with te reo Māori me ngā tikanga
Te Rūnanga o Ngāti Rārua uses the Mauri Ora fund to support whānau to hold wānanga on whakapapa, reo me ōna tikanga and other activities. Applications are taken at any time.
In the months since Covid-19 reached our shores, our people – the iwi of Te Tauihu – have come together to ensure no whānau is left behind. And we still have a long way to go.
We’ve been working with other iwi, Te Waiora (Nelson Marlborough Health) and Civil Defence on a collaborative response for Te Tau Ihu o Te Waka-aa-Maaui.Most importantly we are here for you.
This is a serious evolving situation and we need to take preventative action and have instigated a process of welfare calls.
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