Te Rūnanga ā Iwi o Ngāpuhi Charitable Trust hereby gives notice that its Annual General Meeting will be held on Saturday 16 November 2019 at Maungarongo Marae, Mangakahia, commencing 10am.

Members are advised that the Trustees propose to amend the Trust Deed at the meeting and three resolutions have been put before the Trustees for consideration, pursuant to section 13.1 of the Trust Deed. The three resolutions will be voted on at the Annual General Meeting. Follow these links for the 2019 Annual Reportthe proposed changes to the Trust Deed (in table form)the Trust Deed with proposed changes, and the Voting Form for the Trust Deed Amendment Resolutions.

Ngāpuhi estimate a third of kids in state care are affiliated to the tribe so a wānanga series aims to instil pride and hope into these Auckland based tamariki.

Del and Mel Rameka - known far and wide throughout Northland as Mumma Del and Papa Mel - can't say how many youths they have helped in over 30 years.

Waka Huia: Sunday 27 October

Tohe Ashby is on a journey to enact the internationally recognized Declaration of Independence as laid down by Māori chiefs 184 years ago.

Topia Rameka is the department's new deputy chief executive Māori, a role that was created as part of Hōkai Rangi, its new strategy aimed at bringing Māori values into the prisons.

For Northland woman Constable Paula Kidd (Ngāti Hine, Ngāpuhi) leading the karanga - call to guests - at her graduation from the Royal New Zealand Police College was a real honour.

Regional economic development agency Northland Inc is teaming up with the Auckland University of Technology to launch a business accelerator programme aimed at enhancing Māori entrepreneurship.

At a two day wānanga hosted at Kaitāia Intermediate and supported by Te Rūnanga o Te Rarawa, 30 students from around Kaitāia were taught the basic foundations of digital animation by Ngaropo and his team.

First community workshop on Marae by power industry

A new grassroots pilot partnership between the power companies and Māori Urban Māori Authority was tested last week at a South Auckland marae in the hope of reducing energy hardship.

Taranaki has used its commemoration of He Rā Maumahara to show how the strategies of non-violence developed by Tohu and Te Whiti offered a path out of the New Zealand Wars.

A Reserve Bank survey of the public's cash use has found that nearly nine in every 10 New Zealanders prefer to pay for things without using cash.



Te Tūwheratanga o Te Kura Kaupapa Māori o Hokianga

@8 o Noema (Whiringa-a-rangi) 2019, 5am (Koutu Point Road, Koutu, Hokianga). Haramai rā ki te tautoko i te tūwheratanga o Te Kura Kaupapa Māori o Hokianga.

Kura Reo ki Whirinaki

@28 o Noema, 3pm - 1 o Tihema 2019, 1pm (Moria Marae, Whirinaki). Kua tuwhera ngā rēhitatanga mō te Kura Reo ki Whirinaki. Registrations have opened. Nau mai, haere mai e te iwi!



About Takiwā

Te Rūnanga-Ā-Iwi O Ngāpuhi is governed by a board of 9 trustees, elected triennially from nine Takiwā.

As outlined in the Rūnanga's Trust Deed, Takiwā means a representative group of Marae/Hapū and can also include individuals acting through their duly appointed Trustee.

Each Takiwā is governed by an executive committee, including but not limited to a chairperson, secretary and treasurer.  Takiwā also meet regularly. A list of current takiwā executive representatives are available here.

Takiwā Facebook pages

Ngā Ngaru o Hokianga 

Te Takiwā o Ngāpuhi ki Waitematā 



Development Funding Opportunities

Te Rūnanga-Ā-Iwi O Ngāpuhi provide funding to assist and support Ngāpuhi marae and hapū communities achieve their development goals. The fund is delivered across three funding streams; the Hapū Development fund, Minor Capital Works fund and Major Marae Project Assistance fund. 

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