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“Kia ūkaipō anō te reo i roto i ngā kāinga me ngā hapori o te waka o Tainui”
This month we’re in the Tainui rohe with Ngāti Hauā and their kaupapa, Hāpaitia Te Reo.
The wānanga focused on creating families and communities of Te Reo Māori speakers and provided an opportunity for participants to hear directly from Māori language champions.
“Hauā Reo, Hauā Tangata”
Dates for Pouaki 2019, please add to your calendars!!
We have partnered with Wintec to deliver courses for 16-40 year olds beginning with Landscape Construction starting in January 2019. This Level 3 course will teach you skills in the use of hand and power tools, planting, constructing timber landscape features, and laying concrete paths and paving.
Venue: Agri-tech Hub (former Mangateparu School),
799 Morrinsville-Tahuna Road, Mangateparu.
Course date: 30 Jan-27 June 2019, 4 days per week, 9am-3pm.
Contact Shelley Cox on 021 803 869 for more information.
As part of the language revitalisation strategy Hauā Reo Hauā Tangata, Ngāti Hauā is held a Kura Reo over a period of four days from 7th to 10th of October 2018.
Ngā Poukai mo te tau 2018
A list of all of the dates set for Poukai 2018 have been provided here for your information.
“Kua whakatūria e ahau tēnei kaupapa hei whāngai i te pouaru, te pani me te rawakore, he kuaha whānui kua puare ki te puna tangata me te puna kai”
— Kīngi Taawhiao
“I have instituted this gathering to feed the widowed, the bereaved and the destitute, it is a doorway that has been opened to the multitudes of people and the bounty of food”
This saying by King Taawhiao in 1884 started the Poukai at Whatiwhatihoe and later spread to 30 Poukai Marae around Tainui, Tauranga, Whakatane, Rotorua and Shannon. The first Poukai was held at Whatiwhatihoe in March 1885.
The Poukai is an annual series of visits by the Māori king to Kīngitanga marae around and beyond the Waikato region, a tradition that dates back to the 19th century.