December Pānui last updated - 12 Dec, 2017

From the Chair

Tēnā Koutou Katoa With Brendon back on New Zealand soil it’s time for me to hand back the reins and this is my final duty before I head back to the stalls. I have thoroughly enjoyed the opportunity to be part of the various decision making processes that go on behind the scenes. ...  Read more »

GM Corner

Kia ora koutou

He waka eke noa A canoe which we are all in with no exception Observing wider issues such as climate change through to watching local issues like the disputes between the various IwI in Tamaki Makaurau I am struck by how often we forget that we are in all of these things together...  Read more »

Apa ki te Rā Tōtanga

As mentioned in the previous pānui the Mana Rangatahi initiative was a finalist at the Te Reo Māori Awards in the youth section. A small representative rōpū of Mana Rangatahi graduates attended this auspicious occasion. The other finalists were national youth initiatives includin...  Read more »

Education & Training

Ngāti Apa ki te Rā Tō Education Back Packs are proudly being worn all around Aotearoa and the World! Here is one of our latest recipients. (pictured right) Ngā mihi nui rawa mō tēnei taonga e whaoa nei ki waku mātauranga nō te kura!  Kua taiea katoa taku hanga ināianei!!!  Tēnā k...  Read more »

Te Kūmara Vine

NAVIGATING WITH FORESIGHT WORKSHOP 33 Rangatahi from around Aotearoa, hosted by the McGuiness Institute and the New Zealand Treasury, gathered in Wellington from the 19th – 23rd of November to explore what a preferred future for Māori might look like in a post-settlement Aotearoa...  Read more »


Te Wai Māori Trust is now seeking applications for 2017-18 Wai Ora Fund

This year Te Wai Māori Trust (Wai Māori) is making $250,000 available from the Wai Ora Fund enable Māori to develop expertise to advance their interests in freshwater fisheries through development, research and education. Advancing Māori interests in freshwater fisheries means: I...  Read more »