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Rangitāne Launch New Video Series!

This short video is the first of an ongoing series, with new webisodes being released at various stages over the next year. It aims to tell the story of our iwi, through our own people.

Chairperson’s Pānui – September 2016

A number of our members have expressed the view that the current division amongst the Trustees of Rangitane o Wairau is bringing the Iwi into disrepute. Unfortunately, attempts to try and resolve the matter by mediation have been rebutted by a minority of the Trustees who seem intent on disrupting our progress.

Journey along the Wairau River.

The Wairau was an ever present force in the lives of our ancestors. It formed a natural highway linking the sea to the interior.

Rangitāne Roadshow

Te Rūnanga a Rangitāne o Wairau Trust will again be travelling around the country to update members on key issues relating to the members.

Foraging Wānanga

The Rangitāne Hunting & Gathering Portfolio are running a Foraging wānanga on the 24 & 25 September.

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Rangitāne o Wairau Foraging Wānanga

Transforming weeds into a culinary feast!
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