Te Ngāi Tūāhuriri


Te Ara Raukura builds on success

In its second year, Te Ara Ruakura, is building momentum, enhancing the leadership capability of just under 140 young Māori, and supporting tauira and whānau to build stronger connections to culture, language and identity. Te Ara Ruakura is a partnership between Te Ngāi Tūāhuriri, Te Tapuae o Rēhua, Te Rūnanga o Ngāi Tahu with seven…

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Ngāi Tahu shares knowledge with Inuit visitors

In late April a group of Inuit college students from Canada’s Arctic visited New Zealand to meet with Ngāi Tahu to share cultural and historic experiences. As part of their trip the college students visited Ngāi Tahu Papatipu Rūnanga and Te Whare o Te Waipounamu. Kristen Ungungai-Kownak, one of the visiting Inuit students said that…

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Big ups for Canterbury marae

The Canterbury District Health Board has praised Canterbury marae for their leadership role following the earthquakes. “Marae played a vital, central role in the response and recovery after the earthquakes,” Emma Rawson of the Canterbury District Health Board told the Public Health Association’s annual conference. “Māori values like manaakitanga have been key – marae were…

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26th
August
2011

Whakaora Te Waihora

26 August 2011 The restoration and rejuvenation of the mauri and ecosystem health of Te Waihora/Lake Ellesmere has been confirmed with the signing of Whakaora Te Waihora on Thursday 25 August 2011- a long-term relationship agreement and shared commitment between Environment Canterbury, Ngāi Tahu and Te Waihora Management Board. The parties have also signed an…