runanga


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runanga

(ˈruːnɑːəŋɡɑː)
n, pl runanga
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) NZ a Māori assembly or council
[Māori]
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The kaiwhakahaere is elected by Te Runanga o Aotearoa NZNO members at Te Runanga's annual general hui.
Identifying Te Runanga and Te Poari's priorities for the coming year was high on the agenda of the hui a-tau held at the end of the indigenous nurses' conference.
The Moeraki runanga is supporting the potential gas exploration off the North Otago coastline.
TUMU WHAKARAE of te poari Keelan Ransfield celebrated nine years' with Te Runanga and NZNO during a moving farewell ceremony in Auckland earlier this month.
Hone Ahu has supported the development of Te Runanga from its beginning," she said.
To be held at Eden Park on August 8, the conference is being hosted by the Southern region of Te Runanga of Aotearoa and is expected to attract around 300 attendees.
HELPING RESOLVE some difficult relationship issues was the purpose of a special meeting in March between Te Runanga Tauira (TRT) NZNO ropu and Te Runanga leaders.
Canterbury Te Runanga member Ruth Te Rangi and I recently attended the Council of Trade Unions' (CTU) Te Runanga biennial hui in Wairoa.
Te Runanga is a safe place for Maori health professionals, a place for us to reaffirm our identities as Maori and to share experiences and ideas.
TE RUNANGA o Aotearoa NZNO's inaugural indigenous nurses' conference in Tamaki Makaurau attracted more than 250 Maori nurses, midwives, students, kaimahi hauora and health care assistants from around the country.
NZNO's Te Runanga o Aotearoa is a place for Maori nurses to feel safe and to be able to reaffirm who they are as Maori 3 people, said lawyer Moana Jackson, the first keynote speaker at the indigenous nurses' conference.
An indigenous nurses' Aotearoa conference at Eden Park on the Saturday will be open to all nurses and kaimahi hauora, including non-Te Runanga members.