Te Rūnanga a Rangitāne o Wairau official website
Te Rūnanga a Rangitāne o Wairau was first established in 1861. It was used by Rangitāne leaders as a forum for representing early land issues. These issues were caused by landlessness amongst the Māori of Marlborough. Since then Te Rūnanga a Rangitāne o Wairau has continued to provide representation for Rangitāne iwi members. They advocate on a range of social and political issues affecting Māori – Rangitāne o Wairau. The Rangitāne o Wairau vision for the future is to be a dynamic, effective, successful and profitable organisation. We intend to work proactively and collaboratively with both government and community agencies. Naturally, we also work close with other iwi across the region and Te Waipounamu. Within a Māori context, we will aspire to be a leading authority for those individuals and agencies, seeking to engage with a creditable, competent ,Māori cultural perspective.
The rohe (tribal area) of Rangitāne o Wairau commences at the mouth of the Wairau River, extending northwards to Cape Lambert, northwest to D’Urville Island, encompassing Nelson and Waimea… [Continue reading]
Rangitāne Online Media Centre
The Rangitāne Online Media Centre is the engine behind our online network. It has been developed as a tool to inform and educate both our iwi members and our community about everything Rangitāne.
Rangitāne Iwi Services
Te Rūnanga a Rangitāne O Wairau has a range of services developed by Te Rūnanga a Rangitāne o Wairau Trust as a meeting place and show case for the development of Rangitāne culture and art, Ukaipo offers a modern, multi-purpose venue for functions and events and is available for hire by the wider community.
- Marae services
- Office administration
- Meeting/board room available
- Facilitation services
- Sponsorship – see [resources] for an application form