Te Kotuku Hauora o Rangitikei
Te Kotuku Hauora o Rangitikei is one of five Whanganui District Health Board iwi health providers. Services provided ...
Whanau Ora (family health)
Well Child/Tamariki Ora (child health)
general practitioner services
M?ori community nursing
Rangatahi (youth health services)
disability support services,
PO Box 124, Marton
Ph: 06 327 5594
Contact: Lydia Matenga
Te Riu o Puanga Marae, Moawhango
Ngati Whitikaupeka has two gazetted marae, Moawhango and Te Riu O Puanga, both situated near Moawhango School about 20km east of Taihape on the Taihape-Napier Road.
Contact: Laryhs Mako Wharemahihi
Te Runanga o Nga Wairiki Ngati Apa
The Ng?ti Apa Iwi that is represented by this R?nanga is a contemporary collective of people that brings together the various hap? of Ng? Wairiki (Mangawhero, Whangaehu and Turakina) and Rangitikei (traditionally extending to Oroua).
Hours:Monday - Friday 8am - 5pm
PO Box 103, Bulls
Ph: 06 327 5594
Freephone: 0800 227 2494
Contact: Grant Huwyler (Group Manager)
The New Life Revival Centre
Ph: 06 388 1435
Contact: Desmond Dunn
The Rangitikei Ruapehu Cadet Unit
The New Zealand Cadet Forces is a disciplined, uniformed organisation which provides military-based leadership, personal development and operational training to persons aged between 13 and 18 years old.
Hours:Meets third weekend of the month
2 Weir Terrace Waiouru Military Camp, Waiouru
Ph: 06 387 6142
Mobile: 027 257 3504
Tini Waitara Marae
Tini Waitara Marae is located 5 km west of Turakina, on the banks of the Turakina River. Its hap? include Ng?ti Hika Pirau, Ng?ti Hinewai, Ng?ti Ika, Ng?ti Kiriwheke, Ng?ti R?keikauwhata, Ng?ti Rangipuhi, Ng?ti Rangit?moana, Ng?ti Ratua, Ng?ti Riki, Ng?ti Tamatea, Ng?ti Tamawaina and Ng?ti Tumoetere of the iwi Ng?ti Apa.
394 Turakina Beach Road, Whanganui
Ph: 06 327 3745
Contact: Wai Murray (Secretary)
Turakina Women's Institute
We offer friendship and fun, travel and walking groups, get involved with our local community, encourage leadership, teach and share homemaking skills, provide opportunities for members to be involved in choral, drama, floral art, all types of handcraft and writing, and help others.
Hours:Meet Turakina Tennis Club rooms, fourth Monday each month at 1pm
1454 Makirikiri Road RD 3, Marton
Ph: 06 327 6472
Contact: Joan Marshall
A Presbyterian church was built in 1873 and used to sit next to the cemetery. This church was mainly built through the efforts of the Rev. William Stewart who is buried in this cemetery along with his wife and most of his children.
Ph: 06 327 4532
Tutaenui Playgroup is for children aged 0-5 years. We are fully equipped with a huge array of both fun and educational activities and toys. Morning tea is provided for all parents, caregivers and visitors. New parents are well catered for and encouraged. Children must be accompanied by a parent or caregiver.
Hours:Wednesday 9:30am - 11:30am
Tutaenui Hall Corner of Jeffersons Line and Griffins Road, Marton
Ph: 06 327 4465
Contact: Felicity Keenan (President)
Voice for Life Whanganui
Voice for Life is an advocates building a culture of life where human life is valued from the moment of conception to natural death.
PO Box 578, Whanganui
Ph: 06 388 0889
Contact: Bev Crimp
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