May members prize draw winner

Our winner is:
Yesterday - 248 views

Coaches Returning to Play - Free Seminar

Join Sport NZ and the New Zealand coaching whānau to hear expert advice for Kiwi coaches returning to youth sport. Register Now - WEDNESDAY JUNE 3RD 7.30 PM NZT
Yesterday - 20 views

COVID-19 Level 2_Update of gathering size

The government have announced that gathering numbers can increase from 10 to 100 as of midday Friday 29th May.
Friday - 171 views

May members prize draw

Our prize this month has been kindly donated by Oceanrider Sports.
Thursday - 321 views

Environmental and Waka Friendly Disinfectant

We have done some research and found a disinfectant concentrate that is environmentally preferable and user friendly. Bio-Zyme Cleaner is a safer and healthier alternative to toxic cleaners, solvents, caustics, and bleaches.
May 20, 2020 - 262 views

COVID-19 Alert Level 2 - Example Club Process

Thanks to our awesome whānau at Taniwha Outrigger Canoe Club we have attached their club's operational process they have created for COVID-19 Alert Level 2 club training
May 18, 2020 - 508 views

COVID-19 Alert Level 2 - Example of Club Operations Process

Thanks to our awesome whānau at Tauranga Moana OCC, we have attached their club's operational process they have created as New Zealand moves into COVID-19 Alert Level 2 and club training can commence.
May 14, 2020 - 674 views

He Aitua - Henry Maxwell

Many of you will already have heard the news that past/present Horouta Waka Hoe paddling stalwart, Henry Maxwell, died Sunday evening after a period of illness. Whilst details of his tangi have yet to be notified, this panui is to acknowledge Henry’s contribution to the club over the many past years
May 13, 2020 - 350 views - 3 comments

COVID-19 Alert Level 2 and Waka Ama

As we prepare to move to Level 2 Aotearoa, we would like to thank our Waka Ama whānau for all your efforts over the last 6 weeks. It has been a really difficult time for everyone and together, along with the whole country, we have managed to get through Levels 4 and 3 and get on top of this pandemic.
May 13, 2020 - 1,665 views

Sport New Zealand COVID-19 Community Resilience Fund

Sport New Zealand has this week announced a new fund designed to assist as short-term relief for Regions and Clubs across all sports throughout the country.
May 8, 2020 - 441 views

Te Tai o Aorere Tasman Bay Outrigger Canoe Club

Despite being in lockdown we are pleased to welcome our newest affiliated club - Te Tai o Aorere Tasman Bay Outrigger Canoe Club based in the Nelson Marina.
May 7, 2020 - 313 views

Waka Ama NZ Online Coaching Courses with Corrina Gage

Kia ora koutou! After the success of our online courses over the past few weeks, we have added another four sessions for next week. Enter online now, there is a range of times and dates to suit! Contact admin@wakaama.co.nz if you have any further questions
May 4, 2020 - 1,438 views

April members prize draw winners

Our winners are:
May 1, 2020 - 370 views

April members prize draw

Two awesome suppliers have donated this month's prizes: Soil & Sand Clothing and Survitec Group. Check out their details on our Equipment Suppliers page.
Apr 30, 2020 - 139 views

Waka Ama Activity in Aotearoa - COVID-19 ALERT LEVEL 3 UPDATE

Kia ora Koutou. Now that we are in Level 3 it is important to understand what is possible in terms of practicing or participating in Waka Ama
Apr 28, 2020 - 2,233 views

Tell us about your waka ama experience - Waka Ama NZ Voice of the Participant

Waka Ama New Zealand, in collaboration with Sport New Zealand, is undertaking important research that aims to understand your waka ama experience over this summer. Everyone's lives have changed because of COVID-19 and we hope you and your whānau are coping well in these challenging times. During this period, Nielsen is continuing to carry out surveys that help organisations, like Waka Ama NZ, to better meet your needs now and in the future.
Apr 15, 2020 - 670 views

Waka Ama NZ Data Collection

Waka Ama New Zealand conducted a Census in 2018 with the purpose to gather important demographic data about our Waka Ama Membership. This will enabled us to have a clearer picture of who our membership is and how we can ensure that we best serve the needs of our Waka Ama community. The Census was part 1 in the collection of data phases. Part 2 is to try and capture member information that was not captured through the census, to do that we are requesting the help of our member clubs.
Apr 8, 2020 - 417 views

Culture of Waka Ama Learning tool

While you have some downtime why not complete our culture of waka ama learning tool!!!
Apr 8, 2020 - 102,715 views

Spam email

It has been brought to our attention that a spam email is circulating, claiming to be from Waka Ama NZ.
Apr 3, 2020 - 469 views

March monthly members prize draw winners

Congratulations our winners are:
Apr 2, 2020 - 536 views

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