Anyone who has cold or flu symptoms should get a test and stay home until you have a negative test result.
There are no new cases of COVID-19 as of 9 am 14 December 2020. There are now 56 active cases of COVID-19 in New Zealand. See the Ministry of Health (MOH) Current cases page and the latest News and media updates.
All of New Zealand is at Alert Level 1. Find out more on the MOH Unite Against COVID-19 website.
The use of masks or face coverings is mandatory for most transport services in, into and out of Auckland and on passenger flights throughout New Zealand. Find out what rules apply and who is exempt. See Masks and face coverings.
For the rest of New Zealand, while it is not mandatory to wear a mask on public transport during Alert Level 1, it is encouraged.
All of New Zealand should continue to do the following:
- sign into places, using the NZ COVID Tracer app or keep a record
- maintain good hygiene practices
- stay home if you’re unwell and get a test.
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Welcome to Te Rūnanga o Whaingaroa
Te Rūnanga O Whaingaroa (TROW) was established in 1991, to protect resources and deliver services for the whānau of Whaingaroa.
We focus on the delivery of Whānau Ora holistic services to all resident families/whanau and individuals seeking assistance in our geographic area.
TROW’s main operational arm delivers support across;
Social well being – Health – Education – Housing Repairs and Emergency Housing – General information/advice services.
We offer free access to help such as social workers, financial capability budget mentoring, play-center, driver licensing assistance, positive parenting, whanau ora planning, pre-employment preparation and placement services, and smoking cessation.
TROW is a Mandated Iwi Organisation in the Māori Fisheries Act 2004, an Iwi Aquaculture Organisation in the Māori Aquaculture claims settlement Act 2004, and Represents Ngāpuhi / Ngāti Kahu ki Whaingaroa as an “Iwi authority” for the Resource Management Act 1991, registered as a Charitable Trust based in the mid/far north.
Te Rūnanga O Whaingaroa is also the 100% shareholder of our Asset Holding Company Whaingaroa Fisheries Company Limited and supports distributions to registered beneficiaries through Marae as well as through educational scholarships and sports/cultural grants to individuals and teams.