Culture

Feedback on management of our taonga requested

Feedback on management of our taonga requested

Te Komiti Whakahaere (Te Arawa Lakes Fisheries Management Committee) have extending invations to members of Te Arawa to attend a series of hui to discuss and seek feedback on the following kaupapa: The proposed Bylaws to enable Te Arawa to manage our...
Paepae Wānanga o Ngāti Whakaue

Paepae Wānanga o Ngāti Whakaue

Where: TAMATEKAPUA whare tupuna When:  TUESDAY 21st April 2015 Time: 6 – 8pm Kaupapa:  Overview of our programme for the year which will be focusing on: Whaikorero  &  Karanga. Whakatakoto Whakaritenga mo te tau. The paepae wānanga will...
Te Pumaomao Training

Te Pumaomao Training

A 2 day interactive programme, developed specifically for Lakes DHB staff to understand the important role they play in Māori health improvement will take place on 17-18 November at Te Ao Marama, Ōhinemutu. The purpose of this workshop will be to provide...
Te Kura Reo o Ngāti Whakaue – Mokoia te reo ki tō ngākau

Te Kura Reo o Ngāti Whakaue – Mokoia te reo ki tō ngākau

When: Monday October 6 to Friday October 10 2014 Where: Te Papaiouru marae (Tamatekapua Wharenui) For beginners to Te Reo through to those who want to improve their use of our language Price: $50 per person Please note that the content of Te Kura Reo...
Te Arawa Kī o Rahi Challenge

Te Arawa Kī o Rahi Challenge

The 2014 Te Arawa Kī o Rahi Challenge just completed its fourth year of celebrating Te Arawa’s traditional Māori games. The Challenge ran over 8 weeks and involved 10 teams including Sunset Primary School, Western Heights High School, Te Kura...
Kahu Whakatere Tupāpaku

Kahu Whakatere Tupāpaku

Kahu Whakatere Tupāpaku is a beautiful and powerful kaupapa that seeks to reclaim some of the traditional practices associated with the care and burial of our loved ones. The kaitiaki of this kaupapa is Maata Wharehoka and her whānau from Parihaka who...
Maori Death and Dying Research Symposium to be held at Tamatekapua

Maori Death and Dying Research Symposium to be held at Tamatekapua

Maori Death and Dying Research Symposium will look at these important issues from a Maori perspective. Date: Wednesday 16th October 2013, 9.00am – 4.00pm Cost: 25 per person Venue: Tamatekapua Marae, Ohinemutu, Rotorua More information: [email protected]
Hui-a-Waka comes to Rotorua in November

Hui-a-Waka comes to Rotorua in November

November (16th) this year will see the Te Arawa Waka Taua Trust initiate the first Hui-a-Waka. This inaugural Hui-a-Waka will invite iwi and waka enthusiasts from around Aotearoa to test their skills on and off the water. Do you want to be involved?????...
Iwi gathers to celebrate Pikiao Ahurei 2013

Iwi gathers to celebrate Pikiao Ahurei 2013

Whānau bonds were strengthened and hapū relationships rekindled as thousands converged onto the grounds of Opatia, Taheke to once again celebrate being descendants of Ngāti Pikiao. The Pikiao Ahurei brought together seven hapū-based kapa haka rōpu,...
Te Papa Tākaro celebrate 20 years at Te Arawa Awards 2013

Te Papa Tākaro celebrate 20 years at Te Arawa Awards 2013

There is excitement in the air as nominations have now closed and final preparations are taking place for Te Papa Tākaro o Te Arawa’s annual Te Arawa Awards which are being held Friday 27 September. In addition this year will see Te Papa Tākaro...