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Political Representation
Marlborough District Council
The Marlborough District Council operates as a Unity Authority so combines the functions of both a Regional Council and a Territorial Local Authority.
Ngati Rarua Iwi Trust
Ngāti Rārua descend from the Tainui waka and originate from the Western Coast of the King Country region. Their origins can be traced back to the eponymous ancestor Rāruaioio. It is from her marriage to Tupahau and through their children that Ngāti Rārua has derived.
Colin King - Member of Parliament, Kaikoura Electorate
Our issues are ones of the rural sector, balancing growth in primary production and tourism with conservation of our beautiful land and sea environments. I work hard with the community to have their voice heard in Parliament and to promote the province's endeavours at a national level.
New Zealand Parliament
Find out about our system of government, what Parliament does, how we choose our members of Parliament, and how laws are made.
Te Runanga a Rangitane O Wairau
Te Runanga a Rangitane O Wairau provides representation for Rangitane Iwi members and advocates on a range of social and political issues affecting Maori - particularly Rangitane.
Kaikoura District Council
The Kaikoura community is committed to protecting our environment for residents and visitors, and for our future. Our community is internationally recognised for their actions through independent environmental certification, and the ongoing actions of our community show a commitment to sustainability.
Te Atiawa o Te Waka-a-Maui Trust
Te Ātiawa o Te Waka-a-Māui Trust (Te Ātiawa o Te Waka-a-Māui) represents Te Ātiawa people who whakapapa to Te Tau Ihu (the top of the South Island). The Trust was established in December 2012 as the post settlement governance entity to enable Te Ātiawa to receive Treaty settlement from the Crown.
Stay Awhile
From water-side retreats tucked away in secluded settings to hotels, motels and backpacker hostels, Marlborough has a wide range of accommodation options to suit different needs and price ranges.
Marlborough's Maori
The region's Maori have a rich history and culture. Enjoy the warmth of Maori hospitality and retrace the footsteps of their ancestors and explain how traditional values fit into contemporary lifestyles.
Gardens Grow
Discover a stunning array of Marlborough's secluded gardens. From formal 'knot gardens' with their neatly trimmed hedges to wild and colourful English cottage gardens, Marlborough is a gardener's delight.
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