DARYN TE UAMAIRANGI

DARYN TE UAMAIRANGI

OUR STAFF (OPERATIONS) DARYN TE UAMAIRANGI – CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER / KAUPAPA KAUPAPA Feel so proud and privileged to have been raised and school up the river at Parikino and Ranana. Having lived at Parikino, Waka, Korinit and Morikau and then Atene…..awesome...
NIHI HOUIA

NIHI HOUIA

OUR STAFF (OPERATIONS) NIHI HOUIA – COMMUNITY STRATEGIC ENABLER / KAUPAPA RAUTAKI HARAPORI My primary role is to seek resources to support the capability and capacity of our organisation to perform and in particular our on-the-ground and in-the-community workers...
PUNGAREHU

PUNGAREHU

PUNGAREHU Pungarehu is located roughly 20 km north of Whanganui, just off State Highway 4. Its principal hapū is Ngāti Tuera of the iwi Te  ti Haunui-a-Pāpārangi. The marae wharenui is named Maranganui Tuarua. The marae connects ancestrally to the waka Aotea, the...
PARIKINO

PARIKINO

PARIKINO Parikino is located 4km past Pungarehu; the original pā site was across the Whanganui River. It was a fortified settlement established in 1845 as security against a possible raid by a Ngāti Tūwharetoa taua (war party). The population of about 200 then...
ĀTENE

ĀTENE

ĀTENE Ātene is located roughly halfway between Whakaihuwaka and Koritini, on the Whanganui River, 35km from the Whanganui city. Its principal hapū is Ngāti Hineoneone of the iwi Te ti Haunui-a-Pāpārangi. The marae wharenui is named Te Rangi-i-heke-iho. The marae...