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Kaupapa

Upcoming kaupapa within Toi Whātua - Culture & Identity

E whai ake nei ko ngā kaupapa a Toi Whātua mō te tau e tū mai nei – 2021. Whakapiri mai, hono mai kia ngātahi tā tātou kōkiri whakamua! 2021 brings you the line up of kaupapa delivered by Toi Whātua! 

 

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HE AHUREI. CULTURAL FESTIVAL

The Ahurei takes place on Saturday, 16 October 2021 at Ōkahu Bay for all subtribes from Maunganui to Tāmaki. There will be competition in oratory, ceremonial calls of welcome and performing arts. There are many positive outcomes intended from this auspicious occasion. More info below.

 

Ngā Kaupapa E Haere Ake Nei- Coming up!.

Takaparawhau - Haratua

Kia mau tonu mai…

Matariki - Pipiri

MATARIKI. MĀORI NEW YEAR

Matariki is a cluster of nine stars rising in the Southern Skies during winter which for most signals the beginning of the Māori New Year. It’s a time to remember, reflect and wānanga for the upcoming year. To acknowledge Matariki we have some awesome kaupapa and resources.  Coming soon…

Mahuru Māori - Mahuru

MAHURU MĀORI. CELEBRATING TE REO MĀORI

Join us for Mahuru Māori 2020 where we celebrate te reo māori for the entire marama of Mahuru (September). Whether you do something big or small – the main thing is that you give it a go! Coming soon…

Tuku Whenua - Mahuru

Kia mau tonu mai…

He Ahurei - Whiringa-ā-nuku

HE AHUREI. CULTURAL FESTIVAL

Ka tū te Ahurei ā te Rāhoroi, 16 o Whiringānuku 2021 ki te ākau o Ōkahu mō ngā hapū katoa mai Maunganui ki Tāmaki. He whakataetae whaikōrero, pao/karanga, kapa haka hoki. He maha ngā hua o tēnei kaupapa whakaharahara rawa atu!

1. Te āhei tū o te iwi katoa me tētahi haka pōhiri kotahi, mōteatea kotahi, waiata ā ringa kotahi, haka kotahi hoki.

2. Te whakatupuria o te wairua whakahīhī ki roto ki ngā ūri ki tō rātou Ngāti Whātuatanga.

3. Kia rite tātou ki te pōhiri atu me te manaaki i te motu i te wā o Te Matatini.

4. Kia whakatupuria e tātou te puna kaikōrero, kaipao/kaikaranga, ki roto i a tātou.

5. Kia rewa te pae kounga o ngā mahi kapa haka, ngā mahi ōkawa o te marae ātea ki ngā taumata teitei.

 

The Ahurei takes place on Saturday, 16 October 2021 at Ōkahu Bay for all subtribes from Maunganui to Tāmaki. There will be competition in oratory, ceremonial calls of welcome and performing arts. There are many positive outcomes intended from this auspicious occasion:

1. The ability to stand together as an iwi knowing the same haka pōhiri, ancient chant, action song and haka as well.

2. Growing a sense of pride as a descendant of Ngāti Whātua.

3. Good preparation for welcoming and hosting at Te Matatini.

4. Develop skill and experience in oratory and ceremonial calls of welcome within our people.

5. Build capacity and strive for excellence in Māori performing arts and the traditional practices of the marae ātea.

We will work collaboratively, we will be nourished collectively, we will be together and stand as one!!! We will bring Ngāti Whātua together!

Watch this space for updates!

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MATARIKI. MĀORI NEW YEAR

Matariki is a cluster of nine stars rising in the Southern Skies during winter which for most signals the beginning of the Māori New Year. It’s a time to remember, reflect and wānanga for the upcoming year. To acknowledge Matariki we have some awesome kaupapa and resources.  Coming soon…

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MAHURU MĀORI. CELEBRATING TE REO MĀORI

Join us for Mahuru Māori 2020 where we celebrate te reo māori for the entire marama of Mahuru (September). Whether you do something big or small – the main thing is that you give it a go! Coming soon…

Tiro whakamuri - Reflecting Back.

Mahuru Māori 2020

Check out some of our Mahuru Māori Highlights from 2020.

EP1. Te Reo o te Rangatahi

EP2. Kōhimuhimu (Whisper) Challenge

EP3.  Jamming Waiata

Matariki 2020

 

HE KAHU TAUWHIRO.

Korihi te manu, takiri mai te ata. Ka ao, ka ao, ka awatea tihei mauriora.

On the 20th of June 2020 we came together to stand as one to acknowledge the effects of Methamphetamine in our country. Under the kaupapa He Kahu Tauwhiro, a new pou gifted by Ngāti Whātua Ōrākei carver Arekatera Maihi was unveiled to remind us that we have a duty of care to our community, to provide support for our whānau and let them know that we stand with them not against them in their individual battles. E kore e oti tēnei whawhai nui. Kia kaha tātou katoa