E te iwi – Please see below options to download a digital copy of the Ngāti Ranginui Fisheries Trust Annual Report for 2022. We look forward to meeting with you at our AGM this Sunday, 26 June, 11.00am at Wairoa Marae.
Ngā mihi nui.
Free opportunity! Do you need a driver's license? Ngati Ranginui Iwi are running a driver license program in collaboration with the Independence Driving School.
The course starts this Thursday 2nd June, from 9.00am to 4.00pm.
If you are on a WINZ benefit and want to know more, contact Lucia Faulkner on 022 345 2172 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Ngāti Ranginui are gearing up for another year of growth for 2022.
We have opportunities open for recruitment in the following key areas - Health, Environment and Business Support Services.
The roles we are looking to fill are;visit the job listings on Seek.
Enquiries please contact: Kylie.Heke@ranginui.co.nz
Applications for these roles close on Friday, 28th January 2022.
Under the traffic light system, and especially now with all of Aotearoa under the RED Traffic Light setting due to community transmission of the Omicron variant, more and more whānau will need to self-isolate from home. It is vital that whānau start to kōrero and plan now for how this will happen when a member of their whānau becomes COVID-19 positive.
Being aware of proper home isolation procedures will be vital in ensuring our whānau are able to self-isolate at home safely, without endangering other whānau at home or in their wider hapori.
We have produced this one-page quick guide called 'Isolating at Home – Getting prepared'. This resource will help prompt and guide whānau to kōrero together, create plans, and gather the information needed in your whānau plan for when a whānau member becomes positive for COVID-19.
You can download a printable copy of this resource below.
Ngāti Ranginui Iwi Society Incorporated held their Annual General Meeting on Sunday at Tuapiro Marae in Katikati. Due to the current COVID restrictions and to allow for distancing, we had to limit the amount of whānau that could attend our AGM in person.
However, we were able to provide a livestream of the AGM on our Ngāti Ranginui Facebook page thanks to the awesome skills of Papa George Burt.
You can still watch the recording of the AGM livestream through the link below and access our Annual Report on our Ranginui website.
If you have received both doses of the COVID-19 vaccine, you can request an official record of your COVID-19 vaccination status – My Vaccine Pass. Your Vaccine Pass will allow you to visit places, businesses and events in Aotearoa that require proof of your vaccination status when the Traffic Light system starts on Friday.
There are a number of ways you can get your vaccine pass:
Getting vaccinated will help protect yourself, your whānau, and our rohe, and also make sure you aren't turned away from being able to visit retail, hospitality venues, events and other public places. Visit the Kei a koe website for a vaccination service in your hapori, or find a wider range of vaccination services on the Karawhiua website.
For whānau that become COVID-19 positive, here are a list of items that are essential to care for a whānau member with COVID-19 in home isolation.
FIRST AID KIT FOR COVID-19
THINGS FOR SAFETY & SANITY
SELF CARE TIPS
WHAT ELSE SHOULD YOU KNOW?
The marae guidance booklet – He kupu āwhina i ngā marae, has been updated to reflect the new traffic light system to help whānau and marae reps with the important task of safely operating marae under the COVID-19 Protection Framework and manage the spread of COVID-19 within our vulnerable communities.
You can download the one page summary guide here or download the booklet through the link below.
With COVID-19 cases now regularly showing up in our rohe, it's important for whānau to be prepared for when a family member becomes sick with the virus. Health Navigator have produced an information kit that will be vital for whānau who are COVID-19 positive and isolating from home. It covers important topics such as;