• Mātakitaki Mai!

    This video introduces He Kāinga Taurikura o Tangitū – our project focussed on kuku reef:

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  • Te Tumu Tangitū

    Te Tumu Tangitū is our new Hapū Advisory Group for our project He Kāinga Taurikura o Tangitū: Treasured Coastal Environment.  The group includes whānau who are experienced divers and whānau […]

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  • RADIO INTERVIEW

    To listen to our Toihau (Chair) Tania Hopmans speak about the project in an interview with Radio Waatea, on 25 March 2022, click here.

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  • Project Phases

    Phase one: Wānanga and bring together our mātauranga-a-hapū to describe the state of our kuku and the pressures on our kuku and our cultural practices.  Begin developing a Cultural Assessment […]

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  • Researching Kuku

    Are you passionate about our kuku (mussel) reef and Tangitū? Interested in growing your kaitiakitanga skills? Are you one of our kuku kaimoana gatherers? Get involved by joining Te Tumu […]

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  • Rangatahi Wānanga Programme 2022

    Do you want to get to know your cousins from Tangoio? Enjoy new experiences and have fun together? If you’re aged 13 to 18, check out our Whakatipu Kaitiaki programme! […]

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  • Register now for our Wānanga Reo!

    On Saturday, 4 December we will be hosting a Wānanga Reo at Tangoio Marae. The wānanga will run all day Saturday from 8.45am to 7.30pm. We will post the program […]

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  • Kaiwhakahaere Kaupapa – Project Manager

    We are looking for one of our whānau to manage our Kia eke Te Ngarue, Kia eke Arapawanui project. This project is under the Jobs For Nature Funding Agreement with Te Papa […]

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  • Kaimahi for Nature – our project funded!

    We are excited to announce that our Kia eke Te Ngarue, Kia eke Arapawanui project has received funding from Kaimahi for Nature. The purpose is to employ and train 8 […]

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  • Register now for our Wānanga Reo!

    We are about to begin our winter series of online wānanga reo. The kaiako (teachers) are all from Tangoio.  Learners will be assigned to one of three groups: advanced, intermediate, […]

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