fbpx
class="fullimg"

Tikanga

Kia mau tonu mai… more coming soon!

 

img

TE MATAKAHI. TIKANGA

 

 

img

TE MATAKAHI. TE RĀ TŪWHERA

He rā tūwhera no Te Matakahi a te Rāhoroi, te 12 o Pipiri ki Ōrākei Marae. Ka pōhiringia a te 12.30 karaka, ka mutu I te takiwa o te 7 karaka. This kaupapa is strictly for fluent Reo Māori speakers. Registrations close 5pm on Friday, 28 May 2021. To register click hereIf you have any pātai please contact Huia – huiap@nwo.iwi.nz

TE MATAKAHI - NGĀ KAUPAPA.

Te Matakahi - Kohitātea

ARAPĀRERĀ. 

POUTŪTERANGI PĀ.

TANGAROA WHAKAMANAMANA.

TE KĀINGA O HUMUHUMU.

TAUHARA PĀ.

 

Te Matakahi - Hakihea 2020

Ko te wānanga mutunga o Te Matakahi i te tau ka hori i tū ki Arapaoa, ki te marae o Waihaua. I piki a Te Matakahi ki runga o Tokatoka kia rongo i te wairua o tērā o ngā pā tūwatawata. I hakaina te haka a ō tātou tūpuna, whakataukītia ai ki te kōrero, “Tokatoka puru i te tai” Ka mātakitaki ki ngā tini tū tohu whenua ko Maunganui, ko Tūtāmoe, ko Motuwhītiki, ko Maungaraho, ko Te Wairoa me ētahi kōrero tūpuna mō aua wāhi.  

The final Te Matakahi wānanga last year took place at Arapoua, at Waihaua marae. Te Matakahi climbed Tokatoka, the central ancestral mountain of Ngāti Whatua, and felt the wairua of that pā tūwatawata. It was demonstrated through the haka of our people and was proverbialized with the saying, “Tokatoka, the plug of the tides.” From this lofty mountain top, they observed significant landmarks of Ngāti Whātua including Maunganui, Tūtamoe, Motuwhītiki, Maungaraho, Te Wairoa and heard some kōrero about various ancestors of that time.

img

TUIA TE HONO. WHAIKŌRERO

Ko Tuia Te Hono te rōpū whakapakari i ngā tāne hei manu kōrero. Ka whakaakonga ngā tāne me pēhea te taki tauparapara, karakia, poroporoaki, tuitui whakaaro, te whakatakoto whakaaro, te pōhiri i te manuhiri, te whakautu i te tangata whenua, te manaaki i te kaupapa o te wā.

TUIA TE HONO - NGĀ KAUPAPA.

Tuia Te Hono - Poutū-te-rangi

Ka nui te mihi ki ngā pūkōrero o Ngāti Whātua i te pai o tā mātou hui topa i te Pōapa.  Ahakoa ngā kūrakuraku o te wā, nā te hangarau mātou i whakakotahi mai kia rere ngā kōrero, kia rere ngā āhuatanga o tēnei wānanga whaikōrero.

Greetings to all the speakers of Ngāti Whātua who attended our awesome zoom on Wednesday.  Even though we had some challenges, thanks to our technology, we were able to meet and discuss a number of interesting aspects regarding whaikōrero.

Tuia Te Hono - Pōhiri Hukihuki

Ko Tuia Te Hono te rōpū whakapakari i ngā tāne hei manu kōrero. Ko ngā paearu mō te uru, me reo Māori te tangata, me noho pūmau ki te kaupapa, e rua tau te roa. Ka wānanga a Tuia Te Hono i te Pōapa tuatahi o ia marama mai te 6 ki te 11 i te pō. 

Tuia Te Hono is a space designed to strengthen our men as orators. To enter this space, they must speak Maori, holdfast to this kaupapa and is two years in duration. Tuia Te Hono meets on the first Wednesday of every month from 6-11pm.

Ka whakaakonga ngā tāne me pēhea te taki tauparapara, karakia, poroporoaki, tuitui whakaaro, te whakatakoto whakaaro, te pōhiri i te manuhiri, te whakautu i te tangata whenua, te manaaki i te kaupapa o te wā. Ka mutu a Tuia Te Hono hei te pito o tēnei tau.

These men learn how to lead, deliver incantations, farewell, weave thoughts, place thoughts, welcome guests, greet hosts and how to support kaupapa. This intake ends at the end of this year.

I tū he pōhiri hukihuki if te Hakihea. Ahakoa e rima marama noa iho, ko Tuia Te Hono e tū ana!! Ka nui te mīharo o te tū o tēnā, o tēnā, o tēnā o ngā kaikōrero. E hīkaka ana te ngākau ki ngā whanaketanga houtanga o tēnei tau.

December saw a practice pōhiri undertaken. Although the students had only been together for five months, Tuia Te Hono rose to the occasion. I was amazed at the calibre of every kaikōrero. I am completely excited at the growth and development that this year holds.

More coming soon…

img

WHIRIA TE HONO. KARANGA

Kua ara mai tētahi kāhui karanga.

WHIRIA TE HONO - NGĀ KAUPAPA.

Whiria Te Hono - Haratua

E Hiwa i te rangi e, arahina mai ra ēnei uri o Kūi, o Waihekeao, o Kuraroa, o Terepō e!!!
 
Arahina mai rā tēnei kāhui tuawahine o Ōrākei, o Tumutumuwhenua, o Ngāti Whātua, mai i Maunganui ki Maungakiekie!!! Arahina mai rā ēnei hua o te ira wahine, o Kura Waka, o Hineahuone, o Papatuanuku e, e Hiwa e, whakatata mai, whakapiripiri mai kia titia ki te whatumanawa ngā akoranga e, tau atu ana.
 
E rere ana te aroha ki a koutou i ū ki tēnei ara o ako, o te wahine, o te ao Maori anō hoki. Mā te kaha o ngā tūpuna tātou e whakaora , e whakakaha hoki.
 
Kei taku kahurangi, kei te tohunga whakairo i te kupu, kei te pūkenga arahi i ngā whakaaro, mei kore ake koe kei te puawai tēnei tira karanga.
 
Ngāti Whātua puritia kia ū!!! Ngāti Whātua puritia kia mau!!! Whiria te hono, tuia te hono, ko au ko Ngāti Whātua e!!!

Whiria Te Hono - Poutū-te-rangi

Tōpū mai ngā reo ō Waihekeao, waihoki ngā reo o ngā tāokete māreikura kua roa rātou e honohono nei ki ēnei hekenga kāwai o Ngāti Whātua. I te pō apa ka taha ake i wānangananga mātou i tā mātou kaupapa nui whakaharahara ō te reo karanga. Hīkaka ana a ngākau māriri, a wairua āio ki ngā kōrero hirahira i puta, ngā whēako ā tēnā me tēnā. Ahakoa he tuatahitanga tēnei wānanga ki te hui-topa, kahore i ārikarika te hākari ō taringa ki ngā kōrero ā ēnei ariki Tapairu ō te iwi. Kapi katoa te wāhi nei i ā whēako, i ā tōhaonui, i a ihumanea, ia ngai pīkoko. Mai i te moko ō Māreikura, ki te Pā harakeke. He mea whakara mai tēnei kaupapa e ngā reo ō Tumutumuwhenua hei whakaora anō mai i te kaha, i te mana o te Wahine i ā ia ka tū ki te Marae ātea a Hine. Koia te whakatinanatanga o te māia ki te pīkau i ngā kaupapa ao noa, pō noa. Kua tino ora te hā ō te reo tuatahi i tēnei noho tahi.

Whiria Te Hono - Pōhiri Hukihuki

I te Huitanguru, i tū te wānanga tuatahi mō te hunga karanga ki tō tātou marae. Hihiko pai ana a Tumutumuwhenua i tēnei kāhui wāhine me ngā kaupapa i hua mai.

Last February the first karanga wānanga took place at our marae. Tumutumuwhenua was energised and alive with the presence of these wahine and the many kaupapa that were discussed.