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Ka tū te Ahurei ā te Rāhoroi, 19 o Whiringa-ā-rangi 2022 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, 19 November 2022 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!

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Wānanga Kotahi Rā 10am-3pm Rāhoroi

Feb 19: South Kaipara

Apr 30: North Kaipara

Jul 23: Tāmaki

Oct 15: Te Uri o Hau

Kia mau tonu mai ki tēnei wharangi kia kite i ngā nekenekehanga mō tō tātou wānanga tuatahi o 2022. Ko te koingo, kia tae atu tātou katoa a-tinana kia rongo ki te haunga o te tangata. Nā tē huaketo weriweri rā tātou e tatari kia kite pēhea tātou hui ai. Nō reira e ngā whanaunga, whakapakarihia tōu tinana, whakamahia ōu poi, whakakoikoihia tōu taiaha e ngā whanaunga, rehekō!!!

Stay locked on to this page to stay informed of how our first wānanga for 2022 will take place. The desire is to come together in person so we can feel that x-factor that only comes when working together. We will do our best to communicate with you all how we hope to navigate through these covid restrictions. So to all our whanaunga, get fit, work those poi, sharpen your taiaha and let’s go!

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Wānanga Kotahi Rā 10am-3pm Rāhoroi

Feb 19: South Kaipara

Apr 30: North Kaipara

Jul 23: Tāmaki

Oct 15: Te Uri o Hau

Kia mau tonu mai ki tēnei wharangi kia kite i ngā nekenekehanga mō tō tātou wānanga tuatahi o 2022. Ko te koingo, kia tae atu tātou katoa a-tinana kia rongo ki te haunga o te tangata. Nā tē huaketo weriweri rā tātou e tatari kia kite pēhea tātou hui ai. Nō reira e ngā whanaunga, whakapakarihia tōu tinana, whakamahia ōu poi, whakakoikoihia tōu taiaha e ngā whanaunga, rehekō!!!

Stay locked on to this page to stay informed of how our first wānanga for 2022 will take place. The desire is to come together in person so we can feel that x-factor that only comes when working together. We will do our best to communicate with you all how we hope to navigate through these covid restrictions. So to all our whanaunga, get fit, work those poi, sharpen your taiaha and let’s go!

Click here for more info and updates. 

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Join us at Pourewa to give back to Papatūānuku at our annual planting day. Bring the whānau, bring your gumboots and can-do attitude for a fun day at Pourewa Reserve.

SUNDAY 26 JUNE, 2022

Kepa Road, opposite Ōrākei Community Centre.

10am – 1pm

Kore utu | Free

Lunch provided

Please dress to the weather conditions

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‘Hikaia ngā ahi o Matariki.

Hikaia ngā ahi o Te Kahu Tōpuni o Tuperiri’

Ngāti Whātua Ōrākei are pleased to take on the mantle as iwi manaaki for the 2022 Matariki Festival, in partnership with Te Kaunihera o Tāmaki Makaurau.

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 for the whole whānau to enjoy, so get familiar and we would love to see you there.

*Update 2022 Matariki logo*

NGĀ KAUPAPA

UMU KOHUKOHU WHETŪ.

Tue 21st June, 5:30am – 7am | Takaparawhau

Embracing tradition, we are hosting an Ōrākei first Umu Kohukohu Whetū. This old method of cooking pays respects to the Matariki stars.

LIGHT UP BRITOMART.

Fri 24th June, 5:15pm |  Britomart Train Station

Join us as we light up the Britomart Train Station with a story from deep in our history. We will be taking over the massive  35m x 32m facade and telling whātua stories

POUREWA PLANTING DAY.

Sun 26 June, 10am–1pm | Pourewa Reserve

Traditionally manu aute and manu tukutuku (kites) were used to send messages to the heavens and between hapū (tribes). Manu Aute Kite Day honours and celebrates the universal tradition of kite flying across Tāmaki Makaurau. Watch the spectacle of kites of all shapes and sizes filling the skies, symbolically connecting heaven and earth. There are also plenty of opportunities for kite flyers of all ages to make and fly kites, sending their own personal messages and whakaaro (message) out into the world.

ŌRĀKEI MANU AUTE KITE DAY.

Sat 25 June, 10am–4pm | Takaparawhau

Traditionally manu aute and manu tukutuku (kites) were used to send messages to the heavens and between hapū (tribes). Manu Aute Kite Day honours and celebrates the universal tradition of kite flying across Tāmaki Makaurau. Watch the spectacle of kites of all shapes and sizes filling the skies, symbolically connecting heaven and earth. There are also plenty of opportunities for kite flyers of all ages to make and fly kites, sending their own personal messages and whakaaro (message) out into the world.

MORE MATARIKI EVENTS

Vector Lights For Matariki

This year on the Auckland Harbour Bridge we enjoy a story of the host iwi, Ngāti Whātua Ōrākei, and their migration to Tāmaki Makaurau. This creative lighting display helps to inform us of the rich history of our host iwi for 2022. The show runs for 5 minutes and plays every half hour from 6pm until midnight.

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Come join us to celebrate World Fish Migration Day with a free guided kayak, wetland walk and raranga – weaving workshop.
 

About this event

Explore the mangroves and sandspit of Tahuna Torea at the entrance to the Tāmaki River by kayak this Saturday 21st of May, 2022, from 10am to 1pm. Learn about raranga – weaving harakeke through Para Kore Ki Tāmaki. Explore the wetland and learn about the migrations of our native freshwater fish with Whitebait Connection. 

This event provides a taster into kayaking, raranga and a short guided walk – expect to spend 50mins on the water kayaking. Fun for the whole whanau – minimum age of 8.

We have a special code for our Ngāti Whātua rangatahi and their whānau to register: Use code RANGATAHI when registering for event here – www.eventbrite.co.nz/e/332362092967/?discount=RANGATAHI

The Facebook event is live at: www.facebook.com/events/743318067049746/

Children younger than 8 will not be able to participate. Children aged 8-12 need to have a confident adult in the back of their kayak. Children under 13 need an adult companion. Max weight of 120kg for kayaking – if you wish to attend the landbased activities please contact auckland@emr.org.nz

This event is in partnership with Auckland Sea Kayaks and Whitebait Connection and Para Kore Ki Tāmaki and is funded by the Ōrākei Local Board and The Bobby Stafford-Bush Foundation.

Where: Tahuna Torea, carpark at the end of West Tamaki Rd, Wai O Tiaki Bay https://goo.gl/maps/avA5RYNukDpXd4VD6

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Come join us to celebrate World Fish Migration Day with a free guided kayak, wetland walk and raranga – weaving workshop.

 

About this event

Explore the mangroves and sandspit of Tahuna Torea at the entrance to the Tāmaki River by kayak. Learn about raranga – weaving harakeke through Para Kore Ki Tāmaki. Explore the wetland and learn about the migrations of our native freshwater fish with Whitebait Connection. More about World Fish Migration Day can be found here.

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Wānanga Kotahi Rā 10am-3pm Rāhoroi

Feb 19: South Kaipara

Apr 30: North Kaipara

Jul 23: Tāmaki

Oct 15: Te Uri o Hau

Kia mau tonu mai ki tēnei wharangi kia kite i ngā nekenekehanga mō tō tātou wānanga tuatahi o 2022. Ko te koingo, kia tae atu tātou katoa a-tinana kia rongo ki te haunga o te tangata. Nā tē huaketo weriweri rā tātou e tatari kia kite pēhea tātou hui ai. Nō reira e ngā whanaunga, whakapakarihia tōu tinana, whakamahia ōu poi, whakakoikoihia tōu taiaha e ngā whanaunga, rehekō!!!

Stay locked on to this page to stay informed of how our first wānanga for 2022 will take place. The desire is to come together in person so we can feel that x-factor that only comes when working together. We will do our best to communicate with you all how we hope to navigate through these covid restrictions. So to all our whanaunga, get fit, work those poi, sharpen your taiaha and let’s go!

Click here for more info and updates. 

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