14 May 2022

$96,500 scholarships awarded to Ngāpuhi students

This year, Te Rūnanga-Ā-Iwi-Ō-Ngāpuhi (TRAION) received 275 scholarship applications for higher education, and awarded 80 scholarships totaling $96,500.00 to Ngāpuhi tauira studying in tertiary education around the country. Babe Kapa, Hapū Development Manager for the Rūnanga, said every year the job of selecting the scholarship recipients becomes more difficult for […]
4 May 2022

Scholarship agreement supports more to study

Putting the future of Ngāpuhi firmly in the hands of our young people Ngāpuhi is welcoming Te Marewa o Tautoru (‘the ascent of Orion’s Belt), an agreement with Te Herenga Waka (Victoria University of Wellington) and the Māori Education Trust (MET), to assist Ngāpuhi students in their pursuit of higher […]
18 March 2022

Combined operations and governance Board reports

As part of our ongoing commitment to transparency, we are now providing combined reports that highlight the operations and governance activity discussed at the Board meetings of Te Rūnanga-Ā-Iwi-Ō-Ngāpuhi. These combined reports will also include summaries of presentations to the Board by our entities; Ngāpuhi Asset Holding Company, Ngāpuhi Iwi […]
11 March 2022

TRAION Trustee awarded 2021 Civic Honour

Janelle Beazley, Te Rūnanga-Ā-Iwi-Ō-Ngāpuhi board member and Trustee of Te Takiwā o Ngāpuhi ki Whangārei has been awarded a 2021 Civic Honour. He wahine kaha ki te mahi mō tana hāpori i ngā wā katoa. He wahine rangatira mārika ia. The honour was awarded on Thursday 10 March 2022, a […]
20 February 2022

Isaiah Apiata Spirit of Service Awards Young Leader 2021

Youth Justice and Ngāpuhi rangatira, Isaiah Apiata, has been named 2021 Young Leader of the Year in Te Hāpai Hāpori Spirit of Service Awards for his contribution to social services, Māori-Crown relations, and the revitalisation of Māori culture. The awards, organised by the Public Service Commission, celebrate outstanding public sector governance, […]
27 October 2021

Hikoi to Waitangi – Chair’s statement

Te Rūnanga A-Iwi-Ō-Ngāpuhi stands with all those opposed to the hikoi from Rotorua to Waitangi by people intending to mark the signing of He Whakaputatanga o Te Rangatira o Nu Tireni tomorrow. A hikoi organised by a group opposed to vaccination makes this event particularly dangerous for whānau residing in […]

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