Incorporated Society

January 2019

Applications are now open for the Te Rūnanga O Moeraki 2019 Educational Grants.

For more information, eligibility criteria and application form click on the link below or go to the FORMS page.

For the Te Rūnanga o Moeraki Member Application form click on the link below or go to the FORMS page

December 2018

Otago Polytechnic 2019

For those members who are studying or going to study at the Otago Polytechnic this year:

Applications are now open for the Otago Polytechnic Rūnaka Scholarships.

Remember you must be registered to Te Rūnanga o Moeraki to be eligible to apply for the scholarship.

Application form is available by clicking on link below or under FORMS.

November 2018

Ngāi Tahu Holdings – Takapō update

August 2017


Please note that the domain name of the TROM website has now been changed to the shorter version "moerakirunanga.nz". The letters "co" have been dropped. Please start using the new name and tell whānau and friends of this change. The old name will be terminated in twelve months time.

Tuesday 26 September 2017

Te Rūnanga o Moeraki Members & Potential Members

Te Rūnanga o Moeraki invite all potential members to register with our Rūnanga Office, just contact us via email: moeraki.runanga@xtra.co.nz , by post to 43 Tenby Street Moeraki R D 2 Palmerston Otago 9482 or phone 034394816 and ask for our Registration form.

For our members who are registered we encourage you to contact our Rūnanga office to check and update your details. If you wish to receive regular updates on, what the Rūnanga is up to, or information from our TRoNT Rep newsletters, etc please ensure your details are correct.

Link to registration form: REGISTRATION FORM


Wednesday 10 August 2016

Celebrating Ten Years of

South-east marine Protection forum

Please click on the link below if you are interested in participating in a survey on the South-east marine Protection forum. Then scroll down to the link South-East marine protection forum, click then scroll to “Complete Questionnaire”

Click here: http://www.south-eastmarine.org.nz/

Monday 11 June 2012

Te Rūnanga o Moeraki wins award!

At the Trust Power Community Awards night for the Waitaki region Te Rūnanga o Moeraki was recognised for an outstanding contribution to the Waitaki Community and was presented with the 2012 Regional Winner "Heritage and Environment" Community Award and also $500.


April 2012

Congratulations to Henare Te Aika Puanaki who graduated on Friday with a Bachelor of Language (Maori) and Haydon Richards who graduated with his Bachelor of Applied Management with distinction. He was also Top Graduate for his year. Great work! Henare is now studying to become a Secondary Teacher and Haydon (pictured with his mum below) is studying for Post Graduate Diplomas in Project Management and Operations Management.

Flowers and gift for Stacey Tipa.

Myra and Des Tipa accept flowers and gift from the Kaiwhakahaere Patrick Tipa on behalf of Stacey Tipa as an appreciation from Te Rūnanga o Moeraki for her excellent service as Secretary.

Successful applicants of the Te Rūnanga o Moeraki Education Scholarships.

Those applicants that were present at the Rūnanga meeting together with seven of our Kaumatua. From left to right: Peter Marshall, Ngaire Coy, Gloria Colloty, James Marshall, Allanah Harrington, Mariana Pagan, Kerry Dee, Haydon Richards, Nigel Maguigan, Reita Mathews, Des Tipa, Mottie Walker and Jeff Paterson.

For more photos go to the photo album.

Te Ana Whakairo Opening

A great day was enjoyed by many at the opening of Te Ana Whakairo.

For more photos go to the photo album.

Saturday 5 February 2011 Open Day at the Marae.

The Moeraki Rūnanga conducted an Open Day at the marae to enjoy Waitangi Celebrations with the wider community. Great atmosphere - great food - great sun - great entertainment. More photos in the photo galleries.

Ka Putea Scholarship Recipients 7 November 2010

Samantha Sykes receives her Ka Putea Scholarship from David Higgins, Upoko Moeraki Rūnanga, at the Annual General Meeting. Samantha is studying towards her Batchelor of Teaching & Learning (Early Childhood). All the best Samantha.

Albert Titheridge receives his Ka Putea Scholarship from David Higgins, Upoko Moeraki Rūnanga, at the Annual General Meeting. Albert is studying towards his Batchelor of Arts. All the best Albert.

Treasurer stepping down. 7 November 2010

Robyn Maguigan has decided to step down as treasurer of the Rūnanga after many years of excellent service in that position and here Robyn admires the flowers she received from the Rūnanga.