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Ngā Tūmanako

2015-04-27T22:55:00+12:00

I whakatūria te kapa haka o Ngā Tūmanako i te tau 2005 e ngā tauira o mua o Te Wharekura o Hoani Waititi marae. I tīkina atu te ingoa o te wharenui o te marae o Hoani Waititi, o Ngā Tūmanako, hei ingoa mō tō mātou kapa hei whakaari i te hononga tāngaengae i waenga i [...]

Ngā Tūmanako2015-04-27T22:55:00+12:00

Ngā waiata whakamaumahara ki ngā hōia.

2015-04-24T09:18:11+12:00

   Ngā Waiata whakamaumahara.    Ngā waiata whakamaumahara ki ngā hōia “Kei wareware tātou – Lest we forget.” Rārangi Waiata Waiata:                                                      Whārangi:   Ka maumahara tonu tātou ki ā rātou             2 Pō atarau                                                               3 E pari rā                                                                 4 E kiwi e                                                                   5 Tukua ahau                                                           6 Arohaina mai                                                         7 Te Hokowhitu Toa                                               8 E te Hokowhitu a Tū                                           9 [...]

Ngā waiata whakamaumahara ki ngā hōia.2015-04-24T09:18:11+12:00

Te Mokotini ki Te Waipounamu 2015

2015-03-02T22:04:05+12:00

Catherine Stuart- Kaiwhakahaere Te Waipounamu Nā Catherine Stuart. As you can imagine the build up to Te Matatini is well under way and the Iwi and community are right behind the scenes in the preparation for what our City is about to turn on for the Nation. The support is over whelming and it [...]

Te Mokotini ki Te Waipounamu 20152015-03-02T22:04:05+12:00

Carving pays respect to champion of Kōhanga

2014-02-03T08:21:20+12:00

Monday, February 03, 2014 A CARVED pole that would normally stand in the middle of a meeting house has been given a place of honour in front of one of Gisborne’s earliest kohanga reo (Maori language nests). Described by Gisborne man Toti Tuhaka as a totem pole, the carving was created in memory of the late [...]

Carving pays respect to champion of Kōhanga2014-02-03T08:21:20+12:00

Ahorangi Te Wharehuia Milroy takes Māori language Award

2013-12-06T11:26:34+12:00

Ahakoa i whakawhiwhia a Te Wharehuia ki te tohu a Te Taura Whiri i te reo Māori mō ana mahi ki te whakapakari i te reo, e noho whakaiti tonu ana ia. I runga i te reo Irirangi o wātea i whakamihi ia ki te hunga I whakapau kaha ki te whakapiki, ki te whakanui me [...]

Ahorangi Te Wharehuia Milroy takes Māori language Award2013-12-06T11:26:34+12:00