Ka tu noa au ki te tihi o toku Maunga Tapuae o Uenku tae noa atu ki te taumata ra ko Rahotia. Ka tangi te Riroriro ka puta mai ka reremai mai ka tangi mokemoke mo ratou kua ngaro. Rere mai rere mai rere atu ki Rotoiti ki nga wai whakarerere ki nga wai whakarata ki nga wai kaukau o nga matua tupuna kua ngaro ki te tirohanga o te tangata; ka tangi te Riroriro; kei puta te Wairau. Ka tangihia te hunga kua wehe atu i te ao nei, takoto mai, haere koutou, haere ki te ao wairua, e kore e warewaretia. He nui nga whetu kei Te Rangi, ka mau tonu, mau tonu. Ma koutou, ma matou, ma tatou Katoa e hapai, e tautoko kia taea ai e a nga kaumatua, me a tatou tamariki, mokopuna. Haere ake nei. Hui e taiki e.

Te Runanga a Rangitane O Wairau was first established in 1861 by Rangitane leaders as a forum for representing the land issues arising from landlessness amongst the Maori of Marlborough. Since then Te Runanga a Rangitane O Wairau has continued to provide representation for Rangitane Iwi members and advocate on a range of social and political issues affecting Maori - particularly Rangitane.

NEWS, LATEST PANUI & NEWSLETTER:
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NEWS UPDATES:
The Rangitane Cultural Centre is now
available for hire. Click HERE for more
information or call 578 6180 to
arrange a viewing.
Click HERE to view Robinson Construction's
blog on the different building stages from
start to finish.

RANGITANE EVENTS:
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Annual Report 2013
Now available to download from Strategic Plans and Business Reports section of the Resources page.
 


Nau Mai Haere Mai
Kei Puta Te Wairau Wananga

The date for the next wananga will be annouced early 2014.

The events page will have more details when they come to hand. 


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