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Te Rūnanga-Ā-Iwi O Ngāpuhi is embarking on an exciting journey to implement the 'NEXT FIVE YEAR' Strategy (2019-2023). We invite you to share your thoughts and aspirations heading towards 2023 by completing our 2019 survey. Here is the link

Your participation will help inform us on what you currently identify as a priority and what you would like your whānau at the Rūnanga to focus on going forward.

We value and appreciate your participation, and thank you for assisting to shape our next 'Five Year Strategy'.

Te Rūnanga-A-Iwi O Ngāpuhi invite you to a hui with Inland Revenue, who are wanting to capture ideas and opportunities that will provide better outcomes for Māori customers which include:

1. How Inland Revenue should define Māori customers, and

2. What Inland Revenue is currently doing well for Māori, and

3. What can be improved?

Researcher, Shannon Davis and Kaitakawaenga Māori, Dayveen Stephens will lead the discussions.

DATE: 30 April 2019

TIME: 9am-1pm

VENUE: 16 Mangakahia Rd, Kaikohe

RSVP: By 24 April for catering purposes,

*Any information they collect will be stored securely in their online system and will not be available across other areas of Inland Revenue, or any other Government agencies


*Register Now!

Waitemāta, Tues 30 April 2019, 9am-5pm

Mana Akiaki - LifeKeepers for Māori aims to equip communities and whānau with the knowledge and skills needed to help prevent suicide. The wānanga is delivered through a Māori lens, weaving Te reo me ōna Tikanga, ngā whakataukī, and mātauranga Māori throughout. 

Education is a critical component of our Ngāpuhi strategy going forward - we make this submission to ensure the desire and aspirations of our Ngāpuhi whānau are expressed and encapsulated into this report.

Despite the resource that has gone into the formation of this report, and the lack of oversight and acknowledgment to Te Tiriti o Waitangi, Ngāpuhi are failing to see how these reforms will benefit Ngāpuhi. We are particularly concerned at the absence of addressing inequality in this report.


Te Rūnanga-Ā-Iwi O Ngāpuhi acknowledges that tourism is recognised as an important driver of economic growth by increasing living standards and providing employment and business opportunities for local communities.

In preparation for the AGM Takiwā Elections 2019, candidates for eligibility must attend the following monthly hui:

  • Wed 1 May at Mokonuiarangi Marae, 6pm
  • Wed 5 June at Mataitaua Marae, 6pm
  • Wed 3 July at Piki Te Aroha Marae, 6pm

AGM: Saturday 31 August 2019, at Mangamuka Marae, 10am

Enquiries: or call 09 401 5531

Hapū Development

Development Funding Opportunities

Te Rūnanga-Ā-Iwi O Ngāpuhi provide funding to assist and support Ngāpuhi marae and hapū communities achieve their development goals.

The fund is delivered across three funding streams: the Hapū Development fund, Minor Capital Works fund and Major Marae Project Assistance fund.

Keep reading to find out more about the funding opportunities available to you!

2019 Takiwa Elections

Governance & Operations report

Read the latest Consolidated Board and Operations Report 

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