Apa ki te Ao will get you on your way to knowing more about - and being confident to express - your Ngāti Apa ki te Rā Tō Tōtanga.
Kia ora e te whānau With summer now well behind us and winter just around the corner, to our whānau who might be living in rental accommodation, be aware that coming into force from July 1 this year is a law change which requires landlords to have insulated the ceiling and underf... Read more »
After a successful first Hoe Kia Rite wānanga we are now taking registrations of interest for our second waka wānanga. The next wānanga will be held at Kaiteriteri June 21-23 and we’ll be staying at the beautiful Te Awhina Marae. If you have experience with waka or boating that’s... Read more »
Hannah Huria is making a splash on the New Zealand swimming scene, picking up two gold medals at the recent 2019 Aon National Age Group Championships in Wellington. Hannah, from Waikanae on the Kapiti Coast, is the grandaughter of Dianne and John Stallard (Doreen Archer – John Ar... Read more »
Danya Linton was among the 23 recipients awarded Ngāti Apa ki te Rā Tō Trust Education Grant in the 2018 round. My name is Danya Linton. I was born in and have grown up in South Auckland. I’m 21 years old, and currently I’m a student at Auckland University of Technology (AUT). Th... Read more »
Jordan Beck was among the 23 recipients awarded Ngāti Apa ki te Rā Tō Trust Education Grant in the 2018 round. Kia Ora, I am Jordan Beck, I am 20 years of age and as of 2019 I am a second-year student at the University of Otago’s Dunedin campus. I was born in Blenheim, however I ... Read more »
That’s right whānau, we will be celebrating five years of Mana Rangatahi this July as we deliver our 10th wānanga. It’s going to be another epic week of fun and learning more about your Apatanga. The wānanga will be held July 15 to 20. More details to follow, but you know the dri... Read more »