The first Mana Rangatahi wānanga for 2017 was held on 18 – 23rd January and it proved to be another ...View gallery »
We would like to extend an invitation to any Ngāti Apa ki te Rā Tō members who wish to be involved in 'Harvesting Tuna' for our Hākari on 2 September.
This will involve travelling as a group to the Lakes area and assisting in the harvest and preparation process of the Tuna. This is a wonderful opportunity to gain knowledge and be a part of Mahinga Kai.
Please register your interest to attend and note that spaces are limited.
To register please email firstname.lastname@example.org or contact the office on 0800 578 900.
Māori Language Parade WHEN: 11am Monday, 11 September 2017 WHERE: Cenotaph - Lambton Quay | WellingtonView google map here ...Read more »
I need to advise of changes within our key Office personnel, which have come about in recent weeks. Firstly, in mid-June the Board decided to give notice to our independent contractor Quadrant Solutions Ltd. This company had been providing the services of the Business Support Man... Read more »
The Mana Rangatahi waka set sail again during 11th – 16th July. Rangatahi came from all over the rohe. The kaupapa of Mana Rangatahi is to empower and develop Ngāti Apa rangatahi who have been identified as potential/future leaders for their iwi by strengthening their connection... Read more »
All three participants graduated with a ceremony at Omega Seafoods office with CEO Butch Bradley and Workforce Development Tutor Lynne Owen were there to extend the contratulations. Lessons were held at the Ngāti Apa ki te Rā Tō Trust office. Debra Kiesling at reception has enjoy... Read more »
We're trying to fill a gap in our records and would welcome information on the people and the event shown in the photograph. If you can help us with information, please email to: email@example.com Read more »
Pā Wānanga at Omaka Marae A huge congratulations to Omaka Marae for securing a substantial amount of funding to build a bilingual unit. The unit plans to open in early 2018 and will be held at Omaka Marae. This is a huge opportunnity for our Ngāti Apa ki te Rā Tō whānau who live ... Read more »