Te Kopara – Takurua 2018

Kia Ora whanau click the link below to read our latest Te Kopara. We hope you enjoy.

If you would like to put an article in the next Te Kopara please contact Brigham Kingi on brigham.kingi@rangitane.co.nz or 06 374 4185.


Te Kopara Ngahuru 2018

Te kopara Ngahuru 2018

Click the link below to read our quarterly Te Kopara Newsletter.

Enjoy and let us know what you think 🙂

If you would like to write article for the next Te Kopara please email – brigham.kingi@rangitane.co.nz or call 06 374 4185.

Ki Te Tihi o Toku Matauranga

Te Reo Revitalization Strategic Plan

This strategy was launched on the 9th June 2017 at Makirikiri Marae in Dannevirke.

Click the icon below for to download the Te Reo Revitalization Strategic Plan document.

Rangitane o Tamaki nui a Rua, 2016 AGM Minutes

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Rangatahi Tu Rangatira Evaluation

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Rangitane o Tamaki nui a Rua 2015 Profile

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Hotoke 2015


The new year arrives. The continuity of seasons, tasks and rituals reminds us of the continuity of values handed down, which still apply to the way we live today.

This month, we focus on love in the sense of compassion – an ability to see people’s needs with humility and without standing in judgement. We offer what assistance we can, while showing respect and genuine concern.
Te Rātaka o Matariki, Papa Tongarewa
Matariki is the appropriate time to talk about our collective Strategic Direction as we look ahead to the next 25 years. You’ll remember in the last issue we asked you for your thoughts, ideas and moemoea as we move towards a post Treaty of Waitangi settlement environment. Our Executive Committee has taken the lead and are pleased to be able to present it to you at the Hui-a-Iwi to be held at 10 Gordon St, Dannevirke on Friday 7th August, 5.30pm.

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Family violence in relation to Māori is described as being of epidemic proportions: serious, en-trenched and intergenerational. Māori are over-represented as both victims and perpe-trators. Nationally, New Zealand has a sad record. Read more in the latest TE  KOANGA 2014.

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AGM-Annual Report 2014

Download the 2014 AGM here

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