Tēnā koutou Please find attached a panui regarding a wānanga tirotiro whetu on Wed 7 Sept, 6:30 pm – 9 pm in the lecture theatre at MIT Manukau campus. Rereata Makiha will lead the kōrero alongside his colleagues from the Society of Māori Astronomy Research and Traditions. See attached pānui for details.
Kia ora whanau, On Saturday August 6th, along with an update on our Treaty Settlements, our friends from the SEED programme will be holding the 2nd hui that will feedback the DRAFT roadmap to Ngaati Paoa. Our first hui was held in late June, where our whanau gave input into projects that we felt would create a positive future for Ngaati Paoa. Since that time, the team has been working on assessing those options and now it is time for them to feed back the draft plan. Please share with this with your whanau, as this is the chance for us to have input and help us to achieve our dreams - Paoa ki tua o te pae o Matariki! See below for agenda and details;
Return of Rangiriri Paa Kia ora koutou ngaa taringa rahirahi o Ngaati Paoa Below is an invitation to our iwi and the opportunity to participate in the return of Rangiriri Paa that will take place on 19 August 2016 during the King Tuheitia's Coronation and the haka/haka peruperu that will take place on the marae atea at Turangawaewae. I have already sent notification to the organisers that they, our whanaunga of Waikato take care of the mahi and I will send the information out to our Ngaati Paoa whaanau. Anei! If you have any queries please contact Moko Tauariki direct Ph021806238 or firstname.lastname@example.org Mihia e Hau
PAANUI Tena koutou. He puurongo teenei mo ngaa whakaritenga mo te Koroneihana ara te 18 me te 19th. Kua koorero ana e au ki te nuinga o koutou e paa ana mo ngaa whakaritenga. No reira anei tonu ngaa whakahaere i runga i te marae: 18th - Kawe Mate o te Motu mai i te ata ki te ahiahi. Ko te inoi o te kiingi me kotahi ai taatou ki te kawe mate. Raatou kahore e taea te haramai ki te kawemate i te ata/ahiahi kei te pai. Ka whakatau ana te toinga o ngaa taua i te poo o te 18th ki Turangawaewae Marae. A te poo o te 18th me whakaharatau taatou ngaa haka/peruperu raanei ki te Kura tuarua o Ngaruawaahia (koinei te waahi mo teenei waa). A muri ake ngaa whakaharatau, maa ngaa kaihautu no ia Iwi/Waka/rohe he hui whakahaere mo apopo (19th). 19th: 4:30am - Me oho te katoa. Tohi ki roto i te Awa o Waikato i raro i a Turangawaewae Marae. 5:30am - Karakia ki Rangiriri. Kei teenei waahi e wawaahi te papa ki ngaa tini tariaao. Raatou/koutou te waa e taakina ana ngaa karakia ki te hunga wairua. Maa te roopu karakia Te Rangamaheuheu teenei wahanga e whakakapi a muri ake ngaa karakia o te motu. 6:30am - Parakuihi ki Turangawaewae Marae 7:30am - Me hoki ki te whakaharatau 11am - Ka eke ngaa minita i runga i te Marae (Poowhiri/wero) 11:30am - ka whakahokia te taitara whenua ki te Kiingi mai i te minita no Te Papa Atawhai. 12pm - Ka mutu Waahi Moe: Teenei waa ko Turangawaewae. Waahi Kai: Teenei waa ko Turangawaewae. Ngaa Taua: Ki mai koa te rahi o ngoo koutou Taua koa. Ka taea te whakarite moenga mo te katoa. Parata ma. Ko te rautaki mo teenei waa me whakamaamaa te haere mo te katoa. Moohio pai taatou me pewhea ngaa momo whakahaere mo eenei. A te mutungaa o teenei wiki, ka aatamarama te katoa mehemea ngaa tiinihanga me ngaa nekehanga o te raa 19th. Paimarire whaanau. Moko
Healthy Families - $10 fruit and veges The Healthy Families MMP team have been getting $10 packs of fruit and veges from this awesome social enterprise: https://www.foodtogether.co.nz/ They deliver to the Healthy Families MMP office every Tuesday. You just need to place your order before Monday 8.30am and they’ll drop it off J The cool thing is that they provide fundraising opportunities/work for local clubs and groups, so out south Mangere East Hawkes pack everything for a percentage of the cost of the pack. Not only are you getting some fresh fruit and veges, you’re supporting our local clubs as well! All you need to do is order online and let me know, so I can bring your pack over from the Healthy Families office on Tuesday afternoon. Or you can get the food delivered directly to your house. We’re trying to build up demand in the south, so it’d be awesome if you just got it delivered to work. Cheers, Anna Anna-Jane Jacob | Manager | Healthy Families Manukau, Manurewa – Papakura E: email@example.com | M: 027 286 1874 Auckland Council | Level 2, 31 Manukau Station Rd, Manukau | Private Bag 92300 | Auckland 1142 | New Zealand
Seachange Hui-a-iwi - July 31st What: Tai Timu Tai Pari Mana Whenua Hui-ā-iwi When: Sunday, 31 July 2016 commencing 11am – 3pm Venue: Manukau Room, Civic Building, Manukau City, Auckland Purpose: To report kanohi ki te kanohi to mana whenua o Tīkapa Moana/Te Moana nui-ā-Toi on how mātauranga and tikanga Māori has been incorporated into the draft marine spatial plan and why that is important for Iwi/Hapū future aspirations. Please click on the file below for further details;
REMINDER: Ngaati Paoa celebrates its Taonga and Whakapapa Piritahi Marae - Waiheke Island Sunday 24th July 2016
Teena koutou e te whanau, Last chance to book for this Sunday. There are still places left on the hikoi in the afternoon session, and places there for the carving workshop. Please see the paanui below for some important events on Waiheke Island this coming Sunday, July 24th. This invitation is going out to our whanau before the wider public, so please book early to avoid disappointment. Places are filling fast. RSVP details at the end of the paanui.
Ngaati Paoa in the news - Splore 2016
Matariki 2016 - Ngāti Paoa Hosting - update
Tena koutou e te whanau,
Next Saturday, 18th June, is an important day for Ngaati Paoa as the host iwi of Matariki 2016. In partnership with Auckland Council, we have the honour of hosting the Dawn Karakia Ceremony at Waiheke Library under the Mata Kupenga Pou carvings, and we'd love to see a good representation of our people there. Travel by ferry from Auckland City and parking in Downtown Carpark will be provided free, but only on confirmed attendance. You can confirm your attendance by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
Please share this with all Ngati Paoa whanau members, and click on the invitation for further details;
Ngati Paoa - ki tua o te pae o Matariki
Matariki 2016 - Ngāti Paoa Hosting
Over the past 15 years, Auckland Council has supported the events that make up the Matariki Festival in Tāmaki and this year they are taking it a step further - and Ngāti Paoa have the honour of hosting the 2016 event in partnership with the Council. Auckland Council and Mana Whenua invite you to the Dawn Karakia led by Ngāti Paoa, to herald the start of Matariki Festival 2016. Like our ancestors, cross the waters to Waiheke to witness the dawning of Matariki. Experience the karanga, the sounds of ancient karakia and waiata. Commemorate our tupuna, rejoice our generations to come and celebrate the return of the Matariki constellation to our skies.
When: 6amSaturday 18 June Karakia followed by breakfast Where: Waiheke Library under the Mata Kupenga pou carvings, 131-133 Oceanview Road, Oneroa, Waihake. Travelling from Auckland: Parking and chartered ferry service available upon confirmed attendance. Bookings are essential for this free service.