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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!

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!

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

Click here for more info and updates. 

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Kei ngā kāwai hekenga o Tuperiri, tēnā koutou katoa,

On the 20th June, 2021 the Ngāti Whātua Ōrākei Special General Meeting (SGM) will be held at Ōrākei Marae and via Zoom (a link will be shared shortly). This means you will have the opportunity to vote on a special resolution regarding the future economic growth of Ngāti Whātua Ōrākei.

Whānau, we want to take another look at our LVR, Loan to Value ratio.

In the lead up to the SGM, we will try to equip you with as much information as possible regarding this Kaupapa so you can make an informed decision when voting.

For more information: https://bit.ly/327ZAxT

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E ngā uri o Tuperiri tūhono mai mā te huitopa, join us online tonight to learn more about the upcoming Special General Meeting (2021 SGM) and the proposed change to the Loan-to-Value ratio (LVR).
 
A special link will been shared via text and e-pānui. 
 
For more information: https://bit.ly/3sT7l65

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Nau mai, haere mai e ngā rangatahi o Tuperiri,

Our 2021 Special General Meeting is Sunday 20 June at Ōrākei Marae. This year we are revisiting the LVR Lift. It’s important to remember that the LVR Lift was supported by the majority of whānau and only missed reaching the 75% threshold by a narrow margin.

We are holding a special hui for our rangatahi to look at how the LVR lift will benefit your reanga. We will be engaging with rangatahi between the years 18 – 25 years on the proposed changes to the Loan-to-value ratio.

Register for more info – me rēhita mai.

For more information: https://bit.ly/3sT7l65

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For more information: https://bit.ly/3sT7l65

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Nau mai, piki mai e te whānau,

We invite Ngāti Whātua Ōrākei whānau to join us on a bus tour of Ngāti Whātua Ōrākei property assets. This includes:

  • Ōrākei properties
  • Glen Innes (Tāmaki Girls)
  • Te Tōangaroa (Quay Park)
  • Oneoneroa (Devonport)
  • Unitec (Point Chevalier)

Please join us on the double decker bus to see, hear and learn about our property assets. Guided commentary will be provided by some of our very own property experts. This is a first for Ngāti Whātua Ōrākei and we are excited to have you all on board the pahi. It will be a full day trip leaving Ōrākei marae in the morning and returning in the afternoon. There will be stops on the way and kai nui o te rā (lunch) will be provided.

The capacity of our pahi (bus) is 70 tāngata. Tamariki are welcome but please remember it may be a long day for them. 20 seats will be allocated to our kaumātua. Further information will be provided closer to the day.

A seat on the bus will be based on a first to register, first in basis. Nō reira me rēhita maiplease register.

For more information: https://bit.ly/3sT7l65

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Marutūahu Overlapping Claim and High Court Proceedings

Ngāti Whātua Ōrākei marked the beginning of High Court proceedings on Tuesday 9 February, 2021 with a peaceful hīkoi from Ōrākei Marae to the High Court.

More than 400 whānau, friends and supporters joined the 7km hīkoi to mark this very important moment in Ngāti Whātua Ōrākei history.

The High Court Proceedings concluded on Friday, 30 April 2021 after an 11 week trial. We hope to have a decision from the courts before the end of the year. 

High Court Weekly Updates.

Pānuitia mai! Read our weekly summaries

Hīkoi Media

The hīkoi gained a lot of interest from the media. Pānuitia, whakarongo, mātakina atu.

Read the Opening Submissions presented in the High Court

Click here to read

Margaret Kawharu.

Click here to read Margaret's testimony

Taiaha Hawke.

Click here to read Taiaha's testimony

Te Kurataiaho Kapea.

Click here to read Te Kurataiaho's testimony

Ngarimu Blair.

Click here to read Ngarimu's Brief of Evidence.

Closing Submissions

Our closing submissions are an important opportunity for whānau to read a summary of Ngāti Whātua Ōrākei's case and of the High Court Trial.

Read an extract from our closing submissions

He kōrero akiaki.

#UPDATE Marama (Chair) gives an update on the upcoming hīkoi – January 2021

Our elected representatives Ngarimu Blair and Marama Royal give an update on the Mana Tāmaki kaupapa – November 2020

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Waikato-Tainui.

Our Chair, Marama Royal, shares an important Mana Tāmaki update regarding our recent engagement with Waikato-Tainui.

Ngāti Whātua Ōrākei, noho ahi kā, tū kotahi.

Recommended for you

The reo Māori initiatives below are aimed at increasing the visibility, the application and the everyday usage of te reo Māori in multiple contexts including but not limited to Ōrākei and the homes of hapū members, in both spoken and written forms.

It seeks to make visible and audible the Māori language so that it permeates our environment and reaches the ears and hearts of our people to advance the cultural capital, health and identity of our people.

Me kōrero Māori ngā uri me ngā kaimahi katoa o Ngāti Whātua ki roto i ngā kāinga, tae atu ki ngā puna reo, kura, wāhi mahi, puta noa ki ngā marae.

E ngā uri o Tuperiri, tēnā koutou katoa!

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 hōtaka Reo delivered by Toi Whātua! 

If you want to:
– be empowered to step in to your Āo Māori

– work towards achieving the Language outcomes you want
– be held accountable to your goals
– wānanga, unpack, learn and understand our local histories, and kōrero specific to our kāinga.

Check out all of our kaupapa below. 

Kura Pō - Te Reo Māori Classes.

Rauemi

TOI WHĀTUA RAUEMI.

Here are the resources for our reo classes. Tuāpapa, Tuawhiti, Tuakiri, Whakamau Whātua, Te Tū Purunga & Kaimahi o Whai Māia – karawhiua!

WIKI TEKAU RAUEMI.  Click here to view.

WIKI TUAIWA RAUEMI.  Click here to view.

WIKI TUAWARU RAUEMI.  Click here to view.

WIKI TUAWHITU RAUEMI. Click here to view.

WIKI TUAONO RAUEMI. Click here to view.

WIKI TUARIMA RAUEMI. Click here to view Rauemi 1.  Click here to view Rauemi 2. 

WIKI TUAWHĀ.

Pāora Tūhaeres account of Kāwharu’s exploits and death at Waiherunga.  A birds eye view of Moturemu, an island where there Ngā Iwi sort refuge from Kāwharu, and where he allowed himself to be used as a ladder in order for his warriors to scale the cliffs at the southwest end of the Island, and eventually killing all of its inhabitants.


 

Me kanohi hōmiromiro koutou e ngā heru hāpai, he kai mō te whatumanawa! Click here for Week 4 resource.


 

WIKI TUATORU.

Kei ngā ākongā, anei te tuhinga mō te wiki tuatoru! Click here for Week 3 resource.

 

WIKI TUARUA.

WIKI TUATAHI.

 Anei te pānui mō ngā akoranga reo. 

CLICK HERE FOR FULL COPY OF PDF RESOURCE.

Whakamau Whātua - Finding Whātua

WHAKAMAU WHĀTUA.

E te iwi, e te whānau, ngā karangatanga maha, ngā uri o Tuperiri! Nau mai ki Whakamau Whātua! / Finding Whātua.
 
Tune in every Tuesday from 7:30pm to wānanga, unpack, learn and understand our local histories, and kōrero specific to our kāinga.
 
Hono mai mā te huitopa – tune in on zoom!
 
 
Here is a sneak peek of some of the kaupapa that we as a whānau will be exploring this year.
 

 

RAUEMI.

WIKI TUAWHĀ.

Pāoru Tūhaeres account of Kāwharu’s exploits and death at Waiherunga.  A Birds Eye View of Moturemu, an island where there Ngā Iwi sort refuge from Kāwharu, and where he allowed himself to be used as a ladder in order for his warriors to scale the cliffs at the southwest end of the Island, and eventually killing all of its inhabitants.


 

Me kanohi hōmiromiro koutou e ngā heru hāpai, he kai mō te whatumanawa! Click here for Week 4 resource.


 

WIKI TUATORU.


WIKI TUARUA.

WIKI TUATAHI.

Kaiako – Ropata Paora: ropatap@nwo.iwi.nz

Te Tūāpapa o te Reo - Level 1

Tūāpapa |  Face to Face Delivery

Introduction and basic Te Reo techniques for beginners.

Kaiako – Moana-Roa Callaghan: Moana-RoaC@nwo.iwi.nz

Te Tuauri o te Reo - Level 1 Intermediate *New Hōtaka!

Due to the increasing demand for Te Reo Māori, Toi Whātua are excited to announce and launch a new hōtaka – Tuauri!

This hōtaka (programme) is targeted at whānau who know more than the basics, but aren’t quite at conversational level yet. This hōtaka will sit between Tūāpapa (Moana-Roa Callaghan) and Tuawhiti (Robbie Pāora).

Click here to express your interest. You will be notified of further steps are we have received your Expression of Interest.


 

  • Tūāuri | Rōpata Pāora: Face to Face Delivery – Introduction and basic Te Reo techniques for beginners.

Information night: Monday 12th April 2021, 6:00pm 

Duration: 26 Weeks

Delivery: Tuesday Nights | 6pm, 1 x Class per week, 2 x Rānanga (Day Wānanga), 2 x Wānanga

Start Date: Tuesday 27th May 2021

*must attend an info night
* Limited spots available

All Face to face classes will be held at Whai Māia, 230 Kupe Street, Ōrākei, Tāmaki Makaurau 

 

Te Tuawhiti o te Reo - Level 2

Tuawhiti |  Face to Face Delivery

Learning conversational Te Reo.

Kaiako – Robbie Paora: RobbieP@nwo.iwi.nz

Te Tuakiri o te Reo - Level 3

Tuakiri |  Face to Face Delivery 

Rūmaki Reo – Total immersion.

Kaiako – Joe Pihema: joe@ngatiwhatuaorakei.com

Please note registrations for our 2021 Kura Pō are currently closed. However we are still collecting expressions of  interests. If you would like to join any of our Kura Pō or Whakamau Whātua online classes please email Huia on huiap@nwo.iwi.nz.

Please note that these hōtaka Reo are for registered hapū members and their partner/spouse only. 

Upcoming Toi Whātua Kaupapa

Whakapiri mai, hono mai kia ngātahi tā tātou kōkiri whakamua! 2021 brings you the line up of kaupapa delivered by Toi Whātua!

Learn More

Rauemi.

Te Reo Māori resources for the whole whānau to enjoy!

Tikanga

Whaikōrero, Karanga, Wānanga & more!

Find Out More

Our Kaimahi

Ngā Kaimahi.

The reo Māori initiatives below are aimed at increasing the visibility, the application and the everyday usage of te reo Māori in multiple contexts including but not limited to Ōrākei and the homes of hapū members, in both spoken and written forms.

It seeks to make visible and audible the Māori language so that it permeates our environment and reaches the ears and hearts of our people to advance the cultural capital, health and identity of our people.

Me kōrero Māori ngā uri me ngā kaimahi katoa o Ngāti Whātua ki roto i ngā kāinga, tae atu ki ngā puna reo, kura, wāhi mahi, puta noa ki ngā marae.

E ngā uri o Tuperiri, tēnā koutou katoa!

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 hōtaka Reo delivered by Toi Whātua! 

If you want to:
– be empowered to step in to your Āo Māori

– work towards achieving the Language outcomes you want
– be held accountable to your goals
– wānanga, unpack, learn and understand our local histories, and kōrero specific to our kāinga.

Check out all of our kaupapa below. 

Kura Pō - Te Reo Māori Classes.

Rauemi

TOI WHĀTUA RAUEMI.

Here are the resources for our reo classes. Tuāpapa, Tuawhiti, Tuakiri, Whakamau Whātua, Te Tū Purunga & Kaimahi o Whai Māia – karawhiua!

WIKI TEKAU RAUEMI.  Click here to view.

WIKI TUAIWA RAUEMI.  Click here to view.

WIKI TUAWARU RAUEMI.  Click here to view.

WIKI TUAWHITU RAUEMI. Click here to view.

WIKI TUAONO RAUEMI. Click here to view.

WIKI TUARIMA RAUEMI. Click here to view Rauemi 1.  Click here to view Rauemi 2. 

WIKI TUAWHĀ.

Pāora Tūhaeres account of Kāwharu’s exploits and death at Waiherunga.  A birds eye view of Moturemu, an island where there Ngā Iwi sort refuge from Kāwharu, and where he allowed himself to be used as a ladder in order for his warriors to scale the cliffs at the southwest end of the Island, and eventually killing all of its inhabitants.


 

Me kanohi hōmiromiro koutou e ngā heru hāpai, he kai mō te whatumanawa! Click here for Week 4 resource.


 

WIKI TUATORU.

Kei ngā ākongā, anei te tuhinga mō te wiki tuatoru! Click here for Week 3 resource.

 

WIKI TUARUA.

WIKI TUATAHI.

 Anei te pānui mō ngā akoranga reo. 

CLICK HERE FOR FULL COPY OF PDF RESOURCE.

Whakamau Whātua - Finding Whātua

WHAKAMAU WHĀTUA.

E te iwi, e te whānau, ngā karangatanga maha, ngā uri o Tuperiri! Nau mai ki Whakamau Whātua! / Finding Whātua.
 
Tune in every Tuesday from 7:30pm to wānanga, unpack, learn and understand our local histories, and kōrero specific to our kāinga.
 
Hono mai mā te huitopa – tune in on zoom!
 
 
Here is a sneak peek of some of the kaupapa that we as a whānau will be exploring this year.
 

 

RAUEMI.

WIKI TUAWHĀ.

Pāoru Tūhaeres account of Kāwharu’s exploits and death at Waiherunga.  A Birds Eye View of Moturemu, an island where there Ngā Iwi sort refuge from Kāwharu, and where he allowed himself to be used as a ladder in order for his warriors to scale the cliffs at the southwest end of the Island, and eventually killing all of its inhabitants.


 

Me kanohi hōmiromiro koutou e ngā heru hāpai, he kai mō te whatumanawa! Click here for Week 4 resource.


 

WIKI TUATORU.


WIKI TUARUA.

WIKI TUATAHI.

Kaiako – Ropata Paora: ropatap@nwo.iwi.nz

Te Tūāpapa o te Reo - Level 1

Tūāpapa |  Face to Face Delivery

Introduction and basic Te Reo techniques for beginners.

Kaiako – Moana-Roa Callaghan: Moana-RoaC@nwo.iwi.nz

Te Tuauri o te Reo - Level 1 Intermediate *New Hōtaka!

Due to the increasing demand for Te Reo Māori, Toi Whātua are excited to announce and launch a new hōtaka – Tuauri!

This hōtaka (programme) is targeted at whānau who know more than the basics, but aren’t quite at conversational level yet. This hōtaka will sit between Tūāpapa (Moana-Roa Callaghan) and Tuawhiti (Robbie Pāora).

Click here to express your interest. You will be notified of further steps are we have received your Expression of Interest.


 

  • Tūāuri | Rōpata Pāora: Face to Face Delivery – Introduction and basic Te Reo techniques for beginners.

Information night: Monday 12th April 2021, 6:00pm 

Duration: 26 Weeks

Delivery: Tuesday Nights | 6pm, 1 x Class per week, 2 x Rānanga (Day Wānanga), 2 x Wānanga

Start Date: Tuesday 27th May 2021

*must attend an info night
* Limited spots available

All Face to face classes will be held at Whai Māia, 230 Kupe Street, Ōrākei, Tāmaki Makaurau 

 

Te Tuawhiti o te Reo - Level 2

Tuawhiti |  Face to Face Delivery

Learning conversational Te Reo.

Kaiako – Robbie Paora: RobbieP@nwo.iwi.nz

Te Tuakiri o te Reo - Level 3

Tuakiri |  Face to Face Delivery 

Rūmaki Reo – Total immersion.

Kaiako – Joe Pihema: joe@ngatiwhatuaorakei.com

Please note registrations for our 2021 Kura Pō are currently closed. However we are still collecting expressions of  interests. If you would like to join any of our Kura Pō or Whakamau Whātua online classes please email Huia on huiap@nwo.iwi.nz.

Please note that these hōtaka Reo are for registered hapū members and their partner/spouse only. 

Upcoming Toi Whātua Kaupapa

Whakapiri mai, hono mai kia ngātahi tā tātou kōkiri whakamua! 2021 brings you the line up of kaupapa delivered by Toi Whātua!

Learn More

Rauemi.

Te Reo Māori resources for the whole whānau to enjoy!

Tikanga

Whaikōrero, Karanga, Wānanga & more!

Find Out More

Our Kaimahi

Ngā Kaimahi.