Nga Mata Ora o Nga Tupuna - The living faces of our tupuna


Our Origins

Ngati Apa people are descended from tupuna who arrived in Aotearoa on the Kurahaupo waka. They later migrated to the west coast of Te-Ika-a-Maui (the North Island) and ultimately came to control much of the area between Rangitikei and Raukawa Moana (Cook Strait). Read more.

 

Our People

Ngāti Apa ki te Rā Tō has recently agreed to a settlement with the Crown that addresses our historic Treaty of Waitangi grievances, and now has the means to start realising some of the long-held aspirations of iwi. Click here to find out how we're bringing our whanau into the future.

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Our Future

Ngāti Apa ki te Rā Tō has recently agreed to a settlement with the Crown that addresses our historic Treaty of Waitangi grievances, and now has the means to start realising some of the long-held aspirations of iwi. Click here to find out how we're bringing our whanau into the future.

 


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