Read recent articles below from around our Ngāpuhi Iwi community. Find out what our members and whānau have been achieving, celebrating, and participating in around Aotearoa.

23/02/2017

Young Ngāpuhi  touch player represents Counties Manukau

Young Ngāpuhi  touch player represents Counties Manukau Dayna McNally was selected for the Counties Manukau under 10-years girls touch team for the 2016/2017 season. Dayna’s mum, Jade said that the team have three tournaments – the main one, the Inter Provincial Series tournament, is in Rotorua. “Families of the girls […]
16/02/2017

Exploring the Holistic Nature of Rongoā Māori Healing

Exploring the Holistic Nature of Rongoā Māori Healing In 2010 Dr Glenis Mark received a Ngāpuhi Education Scholarship for her PhD studies in Health Psychology through the School of Psychology at Massey University.  Dr Mark acknowledged the Rūnanga’s financial support and presented a copy of her PhD thesis in appreciation. […]
09/02/2017

A fantastic Waka Ama experience

A fantastic Waka Ama experience Charleston and Masonryvilla Te Rore are members of the Tāmaki Waka Ama Club. In January they competed in the Waka Ama Sprint Nationals at Lake Karapiro. Their father Maeu said that it was a fantastic experience for his sons and a privilege to be part […]
08/02/2017

Young Ngāpuhi hockey player getting closer to ‘Black Sticks’ goal

Young Ngāpuhi hockey player getting closer to ‘Black Sticks’ goal Kia Ora, In December last year I flew to New Plymouth to attend the New Zealand Under 18 Men’s Development Hockey Camp. This camp was for an elite squad of the 27 best under 18 hockey players in the Country. […]
02/02/2017

From student to teacher

From student to teacher E mihi ana ki a koutou katoa My whānau and I would like to thank the Rūnanga for the scholarship I received last year as it enabled me to complete my studies. I have since attained a beginning teacher position in the junior bilingual class at […]
01/02/2017

Young Ngāpuhi Entertainer wins Junior Country Music Award 2017

Young Ngāpuhi Entertainer wins Junior Country Music Award 2017 Thank you for approving the discretionary funding for Serenity Grace to attend the New Zealand Country Music Awards in October 2017. Serenity Grace performed two songs at the event, ‘Let er Rip’ by the Dixie Chicks and ‘Go Rest high on […]

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