February Pānui, 2020 February 2020

From the Chair

From the Chair

Kia ora e te whānau, I trust that you have all managed to see through 2019 successfully and welcomed in the New Year recharged. 

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Tūranga mahi!

Tūranga mahi!

Exciting news e te iwi – Ngāti Apa ki te Rā Tō is opening an office in Whakatū! Do you know of someone who would make a great administrator/receptionist?  

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Welcome Aaron

Welcome Aaron

A huge welcome to iwi member Aaron Hemi, who joins the office team as an advisor to support various kaupapa happening under Te Tirohanga Whakamua a Ngāti Apa ki te Rā Tō, the iwi Trust’s five-year plan. 

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Kaumatua morning teas

Kaumatua morning teas

It’s been too long between catch-ups with our kaumatua across the rohe, so we’re holding a series of morning teas to get you together, have a kōrero and hear your ideas. 

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Education Grants

The Trust was heartened to see the number of applications to the latest Education Grant round continue to grow and was impressed with the breadth of skills and knowledge whānau are gathering. 

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Mana Rangatahi ki Whakatū

The sun was shining on rangatahi from Ngāti Apa ki te Rā Tō last month as they gathered in Nelson for the summer edition of Mana Rangatahi. 

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Doreen Pizzey: A family treasure

Doreen Pizzey: A family treasure

Doreen Pizzey is a much loved mum, nana, and great nana. Aged, 94, Mrs Pizzey is the eldest registered member of Ngāti Apa ki te Rā Tō. 

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Education Profile: Patreece Douglas

Education Profile: Patreece Douglas

She’s a busy mum and a passionate educator – meet one of our latest Education Grant recipients, iwi member Patreece Douglas. 

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Education profile: Grace Shaw

Education profile: Grace Shaw

Grace Shaw was one of 23 recipients awarded a Ngāti Apa ki te Rā Tō Trust Education Grant in the previous 2018 – 19 round. 

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Have an idea?

The Tasman District Council is in the process of refreshing its management of parks and reserves within the Moutere / Waimea Ward. 

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