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The plan lays out a roadmap following 5 key themes:
Economy - Developing a sustainable economy
Rebuild - Rebuilding quality facilities and infrastructure
Community - Enabling a strong and healthy community
Natural Environment - Protecting and enhancing the natural environment
Future - Striving for a resilient and positive future
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Welcome to a belated start to the panui cycle for 2017. Kirk MacGibbon our previous Communications Manager finished with the iwi at Christmas time and we now have Jevan Goulter filling the role in the mean-time. The Board have spent the first part of this calendar year, undertaki... Read more »
There has certainly been a lot happening, with the overhaul of the Resource Management Act passing its final hurdle in parliament, to issues around the potential movement of the Salmon Farms in the Marlborough Sounds to new areas. Last weekend Boaties and Sounds users were encour... Read more »
Our membership continues to grow steadily and it is fantastic to see members encouraging their whanau to register with Ngāti Apa ki te Rā Tō. We continue to offer our Computers in Homes and Literacy & Numeracy partnerships with Ngāti Apa ki te Rā Tō and would love to see more mem... Read more »
Along with staff from the Marlborough Museum, Marlborough Archives, Picton Museum and Motueka Museum, I recently attended the Te Papa Te Paerangi training workshop "Māori in museums" held at the Marlborough Museum. Te Paerangi is the national organisation tasked with supporting n... Read more »
Kohitātea 18-23, 2017 Tawhitō Ngāwariwari – The Ancient Future The first Mana Rangatahi wānanga for 2017 was held on 18 – 23rd January and it proved to be another amazing experience for our Rangatahi strengthening their connection to their iwi, their whenua and each other.The wān... Read more »
Tralee Walker receives the Ngāti Apa ki te Rā Tō Education grant. Kia ora my name is Tralee Walker. I was bought up in a small town called Westport on the West coast. My Mother is originally from Levin and my Father is from Denniston a mining ghost town on the West Coast. Westpor... Read more »
Communications and Engagement Kia ora koutou whanau, I joined Ngāti Apa ki te Rā Tō two weeks ago and have been meeting and getting to know some of the whanau during that time. I look forward to bringing my skills to the iwi to achieve some of the things that our CEO reguarly tal... Read more »