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.

07/12/2017

Proud Ngāpuhi basketball combo

Proud Ngāpuhi basketball combo E te Rūnanga-Ā-Iwi O Ngāpuhi, ka nui a māua mihi ki a koutou. My son Malachi and I are very grateful for your sponsorship and making it possible for both of us to represent New Zealand at the 2017 Basketball Pacific Jamboree in Australia. There was […]
30/11/2017

Ngā Moko a Rāhiri

Ngā Moko a Rāhiri E te Rūnanga-Ā-Iwi O Ngāpuhi, ka nui ngā mihi ki a koutou katoa. On behalf of Ngā Moko a Rāhiri, we would like to thank the Rūnanga for sponsoring us with the white Ngāpuhi t-shirts that we wear with pride at all our functions and events. […]
09/11/2017

From Aotearoa to USA for Mega Crew Dancer

From Aotearoa to USA for Mega Crew Dancer Tēnā koutou.  We wanted to say a big Ngā Mihi to Te Rūnanga-Ā-Iwi O Ngā Puhi for your continued support and sponsorship of our daughter Taimania Pupuke who was awarded the Discretionary fund back in July 2017. Taimania travelled to USA with […]
02/11/2017

Representing whānau and the community

Representing whānau and the community The Christchurch Men’s’ team travelled to Invercargill for the annual New Zealand Men’s Netball Nationals in September 2017. The team had previously won 18 consecutive ‘A’ grade titles in the last 20 years and had hopes of regaining the honour in 2017.  This year marked […]
26/10/2017

Proud young wahine represent Taitokerau

Proud young wahine represent Taitokerau Kia ora.  I write to thank you on behalf of the Northland U13 Girls Collier Hockey Development team for Te Rūnanga-A-Iwi O Ngāpuhi sponsorship funding.  You helped make it possible for these young girls to travel to Rotorua on 5-7 October 2017 to represent Taitokerau. […]
19/10/2017

Looking forward as Ngāpuhi Nui Tonu ki Murihiku

Looking forward as Ngāpuhi Nui Tonu ki Murihiku Ko mātou nei ngā uri hekenga o ngā hapū o roto i a Ngāpuhi. Ahakoa kei tahaki raro i te Waipounamu nei mātou e noho ana, e mau tonu nei mātou ki tā mātou nei Ngāpuhitanga. Ko mātou nei a Ngāpuhi Whānui […]
05/10/2017

United Ngāpuhi Whānui ki Murihiku

United Ngāpuhi Whānui ki Murihiku E rau rangatira mā, tēnā koutou katoa. On behalf of the Ngāpuhi whānau ki Murihiku roopū based in Waihopai Murihiku, thank you for the Ngāpuhi t-shirts. Last month our roopū participated in a community event in Invercargill called ‘Te Whare Tū, Te Whare Ora’. The […]
21/09/2017

Azra and Kaylah receive MVPs

Azra and Kaylah receive MVPs Kia ora, We have returned from AIMS and our boys and girls did very well and exceeded expectations. Azra was able to place 3rd out of 60+ teams and Kaylah was able to place 5th out of 28+ teams from New Zealand, the Pacific Islands, […]
14/09/2017

Tobias goes through to the Top 8

Tobias goes through to the Top 8 Kia ora On behalf of Tobias Witehira, I would like to thank you for supporting him to attend the U15 National Basketball Tournament. Tobias played for Tasman and their aim was to reach the Top 8. They won three of their pool matches […]
07/09/2017

Te Kahui Wahine – the back bone of Te Pihopatanga

Te Kahui Wahine – the back bone of Te Pihopatanga This letter of appreciation is on behalf of the Reverend Ginny Henare, Mrs Hepetema Kaka and myself, the Reverend Mihiterina Cribb. We each received discretionary funding from the Rūnanga to subsidise our travel and accommodation costs to attend the 2016 […]
31/08/2017

Tu Kaha comes back a better person and basketball player

Tu Kaha comes back a better person and basketball player Tu Kaha and his team ‘Capital City Basketball’ arrived back in Aotearoa last month after spending three weeks in Las Vegas on a basketball tour. The team entered three major tournaments and made the playoffs in two of them. In […]
24/08/2017

Winning in sport is GREAT. Winning in life is the GOAL.

Winning in sport is GREAT. Winning in life is the GOAL. Kia ora tātou Just sending out a huge thank you to you all for supporting our taitamariki. The U14 Ngāpuhi Tama/Kōtiro Poitukohu (Basketball) Squads competed at the International Indigenous Youth Basketball Tournament in Kaitaia last week. Their journey began […]

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