We understand that these are strange and worrying times. We will do our best to keep you up to date and informed.
8 April 2020 - we’re two weeks into lockdown - are you ok? Make sure you get the help you need. See our information about Getting help to access essential goods and financial help.
See the COVID-19 section on our website for information about No Interest Loans, Winter Energy Payment, Flu Vaccinations, Frequently Asked Questions, learning more about the virus, PPE for Essential Workers, Tangihanga - amended guidelines, how to contact us and how to find support.
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See covid19.govt.nz for the latest official information from the New Zealand government.
Hokonui Rūnanga is closed to the public due to the Government’s directive to activate Level 4 COVID-19 Alert. However you can still contact us for support.
Hokonui Rūnanga is one of 18 rūnanga (local councils) of Ngai Tahu (South Island iwi), and is the only one located inland.
Established in 1987, Hokonui Rūnanga was established to provide well-being for members through the guidance and management of members spiritual, cultural, educational, moral, social and economic needs. We exist to ensure a safe and secure future for our next generations.
Hokonui Rūnanga currently has about 14,000 members. The people of Hokonui have grown this organisation from humble beginnings to it’s current capacity delivering a range of whanau services and building spiritual, cultural, social and economic growth.More about us…