Young Ngāpuhi hockey player getting closer to his 'Black Sticks' goal 

"These camps have really helped me develop my game and bring me closer to my goal of playing for the NZ men's hockey team, the Black Sticks."

Callum Olsen

MOBIL Ngāpuhi Service Station: January draw winner

Congratulations Marie Heald from Koutu! Marie won the fishing prize pack after entering the Mobil Ngāpuhi Service Station draw last month. For February, customers who spend $40 or more on fuel or shop goods at the service station have a chance to enter into the draw for a $500 Mobil Gift Card. Customers can also enter the draw when spending $20 at either the Malaahi Cafe or Paper Plus Kaikohe. For further enquiries contact Katrina Wharerau store@nssl.co.nz

Marie Heald and Katrina Wharerau (Store Manager)

Treaty of Waitangi commemorations in the Bay of Islands have ended with raised expectations about what Māori can expect from the Labour-led Government.

The chair of Ngāpuhi's mandated claim negotiating body believes Sunday's meetings with Treaty Negotiations Minister Andrew Little will lead to a fresh start for talks.

Without He Whakaputanga, there might have been no Treaty of Waitangi

He Whakaputanga o te Rangatiratanga o Nu Tireni was debated, agreed upon, and ultimately signed by thirty-four rangatira at Waitangi, in the Bay of Islands, on 28 October 1835, and later by a further eighteen chiefs from the north and elsewhere, through until 22 July 1839.

Unique raranga for Mangungu commemoration

With commemorations at Waitangi over for the year, the focus in the north now shifts to Hokianga.

Estimated yearly toursim earnings of $1.1b in Northland

Northland's estimated yearly tourism spend has increased by 7 per cent to $1.1 billion with both international and domestic spending up.

Dr Lance O'Sullivan is offering a Te Aka Hauora scholarship from his Moko Foundation.

Changes afoot for digital funding

The Government is thinking about broadening what it wants to do with the Ka Hao Māori Digital Technology Fund.



Wāhine Māia, Wāhine Whenua 2018

@Thursday, 15 February 2018. Agri-Women's Development Trust are running 3 full-day workshops plus an evening graduation ceremony in the Rūnanga Board room starting in two weeks time. If you are interested follow this link to register. There is no cost to participants.

@Tuesday, 6 March 2018. 'Want to see more support for things like Waka Ama in New Zealand? If you do the census, it's easier for clubs to show they've got the numbers, so they can get the support they need.'

@Saturday, 10 March 2018 (Venue Update: Northland College, Kaikohe), Pōwhiri 9am. The organisers welcome you to this alcohol, drug and smoke free event to join and support the kaupapa. There will be sport activities, a bouncy castle, kapa haka and more. For enquiries contact Willie Maihi 0210334507 or 09 405 2428, email willi.debbie@slingshot.co.nz



Applications are open for the 2018 Kai Ora Fund

Organisations and community groups in Northland can apply for up to $5000 for projects that increase access to healthy food and promote economic development in the region. Applications close Wednesday 21 March 2018.

The Wai Ora Fund 2017-2018 is open for applications

This year Te Wai Māori Trust is making $250,000 available for the Wai Ora Fund - a contestable annual fund set up to assist Māori groups to develop expertise in freshwater fisheries. Applications close Wednesday 28 February 2018.

Sanford Internal Vacancies: Bosun - San Discovery & Meal Man - San Enterprise

If you are interested or require further information about these vacancies email jthian@sanford.co.nz.

Governance and Operations Report to Takiwā: January/February 2018

The Rūnanga Chair and Acting CEO are pleased to provide Ngāpuhi with a summary report of the progress and performance for the Rūnanga. This is the eighth combined report mō te iwi o Ngāpuhi.

Website Survey

We're looking to make improvements to our website - ngapuhi.iwi.nz - and would like to hear from your about how we can make the site better. The survey will only take a few minutes. Follow the link below to tell us your feedback and awesome ideas. Thanks!

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