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.

18 March 2022

Rangitane CIA, Proposed Maritime Development

The Rangitane Cultural Impact Assessment was commissioned by Te Rūnanga Ā-Iwi-Ō-Ngāpuhi and is a requirement in accordance with Schedule 6 of the COVID-19 Recovery (Fast-track Consenting) Act 2020. The purpose of this assessment is to support hapū to provide a cultural perspective of the proposed Rangitane Maritime Development.  Read the […]
17 March 2022

Kai & support connectors, COVID-19 isolation checklist

This is a very challenging time for many New Zealanders, with whānau across the motu needing kai and other support while trying to self isolate. This list and map shows the location and names of contracted providers funded by MSD to support self-isolating households who need welfare support as part […]
30 August 2021

Covid-19 update from TRAION Chair

An open letter from Wane Wharerau, Chair of Te Rūnanga-Ā-Iwi-O-Ngāpuhi 30/08/2021 This afternoon we heard from the prime minister that: Today 53 new positive cases were recorded, which is down 30 from yesterday. There are no new positive cases in Te Tai Tokerau, i.e. still just the one case in […]
19 August 2021

Tangihanga guidelines during COVID-19 Alert Level 4

COVID-19 (Kua rāhui te motu) – Tangihanga As a nation we need to consider the highest levels of manaakitanga and protection of whakapapa in our response to COVID-19. This means adapting our practises during this extraordinary time. Bereaved families and whānau from all cultures and backgrounds will find this time […]
24 March 2021

Ngāpuhi contact centre

Ngāpuhi COVID-19 Welfare Call Centre brings Kaupapa Māori lens to Healthline service Forty newly employed Māori contact centre operators from Te Tai Tokerau Northland are providing a kaupapa Māori focus to Healthline’s COVID-19 information response. Since completing their training, the team has fielded and made hundreds of calls daily; providing […]
14 February 2021

Guidelines and Golden Rules for businesses and schools at Alert Level 2 – NZ excluding Auckland (see Auckland rules)

Businesses and schools remain open but public health guidance including physical distancing and record keeping need to be maintained. Mass gatherings will need to be limited to 100 people. Hospitality businesses must keep groups of customers separated, seated, and served by a single person with a maximum of 100 people […]
14 February 2021

Guidelines and Golden Rules for businesses at Alert Level 3 – Tāmaki Makaurau | Auckland region

Announcement (February 14, 2021) Alert Level 3 for the Auckland region Stay home to protect your household bubble. Travel in and out of Auckland is restricted to essential travel only – otherwise you must stay in the region. If you are intending to travel out of the Alert Level 3 […]
4 September 2020

Tangihanga guidelines

Tangihanga guidelines and ways to keep safe from Covid-19 Mihi to the Māori Health Directorate at the Ministry of Health for the following guidelines. On Sunday 30 August, Aotearoa shifted to Alert Level 2 with Tāmaki Makaurau in a new Level 2.5 which has extra restrictions. These alert levels will […]

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