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Inaugural Māori land-based summit a success

Over 350 people from as far away as Hawaii travelled to the Lincoln Events Centre near Christchurch last week to attend Unleash the Māui, the first  Māori land-based summit of its kind to be held in Aotearoa. Hosted by Te Rūnanga o Ngāi Tahu and  Whenua Kura, Unleash the Māui had a line-up of over…

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Ngāi Tahu rangatahi follows her passion

Alex Kitson, the 2016 recipient of the Beca Scholarship, is excited about her new position at Te Rūnanga o Ngāi Tahu as a member of the Puna Mahara team. Ngāi Tahu and Beca formed a partnership in 2015, which resulted in a new and exciting one year scholarship opportunity available to Ngāi Tahu whānau. The…

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First Māori Land-Based Summit ready to go  

  Over 300 people will be attending Unleash the Māui, the first  Māori land-based summit of its kind to be held this week at the Lincoln Events Centre. The three-day summit hosted by  Whenua Kura and Te Rūnanga o Ngāi Tahu is a conference with a difference and Renata Hakiwai, Chair of the Unleash the Maui…

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Waitaha at Te Matatini 2017

  The newly founded Waitaha kapa haka team Te Poutūmārō, competed at their first Te Matatini festival in Hawkes Bay Sports Park, in Hastings on February 22-26. Te Poutūmārō competed alongside three other teams representing the South Island and all gave their best performance over the four-day event. Along with the three other Waitaha groups,…

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New Te Matatini trophy gifted by Poutini Ngāi Tahu

A new trophy, Te Tai Pūkarukaru o Poutini,  gifted by representatives from Poutini Ngāi Tahu was awarded for excellence in te reo written composition at Te Matatini 2017 in Hawkes Bay. Te Tai Pūkarukaru o Poutini – the gentle rippling waves of the Poutini coast – was presented to the category winners Te Matarae I…

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Connecting iwi – a new way forward

As Hori Mataki reflects on how far he and the Digital Natives team have come in the development of IwiNet, he is excited about the potential technology has to connect every Māori with their whānau. “For us, it has always been about finding a way to use technology to overcome the sense of dislocation and…

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HR Volunteer of the Year

Claire Bourne, General Manager, People and Development, Ngāi Tahu Farming Limited was last week named HR Volunteer of the Year at the annual Human Resources Institute of New Zealand Awards in Auckland. Claire, who has been a member of HRINZ for the last five years, says she was honoured to receive the award and be…

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New rangatahi fund launched

The Ngāi Tahu Fund recently announced a new funding initiative, Taiawatea, which aims to recognise rangatahi who are keen to develop and express leadership in Ngāi Tahutanga. The Fund will consider applications from Ngāi Tahu rangatahi to engage in cultural leadership opportunities in mahi toi, te reo, tikanga, whenua, mana tangata, ngā uara, mahinga kai,…

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Port Hills Fire Update

Port Hills Fire Public Update – Thursday 23 February Public Update – 1pm Fire operations Fire services advise that 90% of the fire perimeter area is now considered to be controlled. Controlled is defined as bare earth or blacked out ground for at least 10 metres. About 100 people are working in the fire area…

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A place to remember

The sixth anniversary of the February 22 earthquake on Wednesday is a significant moment for Cantabrians and for all those affected by the tragic events of that day in 2011. The unveiling of Oi Manawa Canterbury Earthquake National Memorial at the National Dedication and Civic Memorial Service, will give people a dedicated venue to remember…

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