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14th June 2022
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Ngāi Tahu to exit Te Pūtahitanga o Te Waipounamu partnership

Te Rūnanga o Ngāi Tahu and Te Pūtahitanga o Te Waipounamu jointly announce that Te Rūnanga o Ngāi Tahu is formally exiting the partnership of nine iwi, so that it can exercise its kaitiaki responsibilities and rangatiratanga for Ngāi Tahu whānui. “This move in a new direction for Ngāi Tahu is something that Te Rūnanga…

27th May 2022
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Ngāi Tahu encourages public feedback on proposed Te Tai Poutini land classifications

Ngāi Tahu is encouraging New Zealanders to have their say on the proposed reclassification of more than 600,000 hectares of stewardship land on Te Tai Poutini (the West Coast). A Ngāi Tahu mana whenua panel has been working with a national panel to assess and make recommendations on the future use of the whenua since…

6th May 2022
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Beautiful Black Ferns Awa Manawa installation unveiled

The Black Ferns have been celebrated with the unveilling of a new installation at the All Blacks Experience with former and current Black Ferns in attendance on Wednesday. The unveiling of Awa Manawa coincides with the 2022 Year of Women’s Rugby in Aotearoa and clearly delighted the many wāhine rugby captains attending from Auckland schools….

29th April 2022
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Vaccinations at Kaikōura marae realise decades-long dream

As Kaikōura prepares for a tourist boom, a decades-long dream for Te Tai O Marokura and Te Rūnanga o Kaikōura to protect its whānau with the flu vaccine and other vaccinations is coming to fruition. For the first time, Kaikōura based health and social service provider Te Tai o Marokura and its partner Māori/Indigenous Health…

5th April 2022
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New kaumātua housing units realise long-held vision for rūnaka

5 April 2022 The opening of six new kaumātua (elder) units on Te Rau Aroha Marae at Awarua/Bluff, is the first step towards establishing on-site papakāika (intergenerational) housing and the realisation of a vision the local rūnaka has been working towards for more than 20 years. The Minister of Housing, Hon. Megan Woods, and Te…

2nd March 2022
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All Blacks Experience an award-winner

25 February 2021 The intelligent and inspirational vision behind All Blacks Experience has been recognised as the best of the best. Ngāi Tahu Tourism and New Zealand Rugby’s SkyCity-based attraction along with its creative partners Satellite Media, WORKSHOP E and EQ Made have been named as winners in the Digital – Interactives and Exhibition section…

31st January 2022
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Te Rūnanga o Ngāi Tahu welcomes new directors

Te Rūnanga is pleased to announce the appointment of two new directors to the Ngāi Tahu Holdings Board, Jon Hartley and Sophie Haslem. Both are highly experienced directors who will be joining the Board for a term of three years. Sophie brings with her more than a decade of governance experience and is currently chair…

25th January 2022
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Pōwhiri to welcome national stewardship land panel to West Coast

The Western South Island national panel working on the reclassification of stewardship land will be welcomed to the rohe of Poutini Ngāi Tahu during a pōwhiri at Arahura Marae today. The Department of Conservation (DOC) is reclassifying stewardship land throughout Aotearoa to better protect conservation areas home to threatened species and high priority ecosystems. DOC…