E whai ake nei ko ngā kaupapa a Toi Whātua mō te tau e tū mai nei – 2022. Whakapiri mai, hono mai kia ngātahi tā tātou kōkiri whakamua! 2022 brings you the line up of kaupapa delivered by Toi Whātua!
AHUREI. CULTURAL FESTIVAL
Ā te Rāhoroi, 19 o Whiringa-ā-rangi 2022 ka tū Te Ahurei o Ngāti Whātua.
Ka huihui mai ngā hapū katoa o Ngāti Whātua, mai i Maunganui ki Tāmaki ki Ōkahu, ki Tāmaki Makaurau. He rā kapa haka, he rā whakawhanaunga, he rā kaitahi.
Te Ahurei o Ngāti Whātua is happening!!! It is a well needed day together as an iwi to celebrate our Ngāti Whātuatanga, and whanaungatanga after two years covid.
It will be at Ōkahu Bay where all hapū from Maunganui to Tāmaki will gather to have a day of kapa haka, whanaungatanga and kaitahi. Click here for more info & updates.
TE MATATINI. HERENGA WAKA, HERENGA TANGATA 2023
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NWŌ KAPA HAKA. WHĀNAU LAUNCH
TUKU WHENUA. 2022
Ko te rā 18 o Hepetema e tohu ana ki te 182 tau mai i te Tuku Whenua i tukua ai e Apihai mā ki a Kāwana Hōpihana me tana Kāwanatanga pūhou.Sunday 18th of September marks 182 years since the Tuku Whenua by Apihai Te Kawau and Ngāti Whātua to Governor-Lieutenant William Hobson and his fledgling government.
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TE MATAKAHI. RANGAPŪ TUARUA
I waimarie katoa a Te Matakahi rangapu tuarua te tae atu ki te marae o Ōtamatea I te 15-17 o Hongongoi 2022. I reira horahia ai ngā hītoria me ngā pūrākau o ngā whenua me ngā mahi a ngā tupuna o tērā takiwā.
Nā Te Kurataiaho tēnei tira i ārahi ki Tāporapora, Manukapua, i akona hoki ngā kōrero o tēnei tūtohuwhenua hirahira o te iwi. Ko ia nei te wāhi nahenahe e ahei ana te kite ā whatu i te whānuitanga o Ngāti Whātua nui tonu.
Ko Te Matakahi he kāhui toa e hāpai i ngā manatunga o Ngāti Whātua me ōna kārangaranga hapū, iwi, mai i Maunganui ki Tāmaki.
Te Matakahi rangapu tuarua were fortunate to attend the second wānanga at Ōtamatea Marae, 15-17 July 2022. Histories about significant events and tupuna of that hapū and marae were shared.
Te Kurataiaho guided the group to Tāporapora, Manukapua and shared more histories of this significant site of the tribe. This is the only point where you can view the full breadth of the Ngāti Whātua nui tonu district, it was special.
Te Matakahi is the elite cultural academy of Ngāti Whātua and connected hapū, from Maunganui to Tāmaki.
MATARIKI. MĀORI NEW YEAR
Learn more about our momentous ceremony held on Rātū, 21 o Pipiri 2022. Watch interviews with key people from the ceremony, and see behind the scenes of the occasion. We are still in awe from the special morning, and so happy we could share it with those that could make it. The stars are fed and we are counting down the days until we do it all over again.
TE HAINATANGA O TE TIRITI O WAITANGI. WHAKARONGO PĀ
Nō te 20 o Poutūterangi 1840, i hainatia ai e Apihai Te Kawau rātou ko Te Tinana ko Te Rēweti Te Tiriti o Waitangi.
Ā te 20 o Poutūterangi 2022, ka haere tātou ki Whakarongo Pā, ki te pūtake o Te Ara Pūeru ki Māngere, ki te ako i ngā korero mō Te Tiriti o Waitangi. Anei te karanga ki ngā uri o Tuperiri, naupiki mai, naukake mai rā!
On the 20th of March 1840, our tupuna Apihai Te Kawau, Te Tinana and Te Rēweti signed Te Tiriti o Waitangi.
On the 20th of March 2022, we will travel to Whakarongo Pā, at the foot of Te Ara Pūeru in Māngere, to learn korero about the signing of Te Tiriti o Waitangi.
Kotahi rau e waru tekau mā tahi tau ki muri, i oti i a Apihai Te Kawau me tana iwi o Ngāti Whātua tētahi whenua te tuku ki a Kāwana Hōpihana me tana kāwanatanga hou hei wāhi noho mō te Pākehā. I whānau mai te kaupapa tuku whenua i tētahi kupu whakaari e mōhiotia nei ko he aha te hau? Ko ōna tohu nui, he tiki atu i a Hōpihana mā hei Pākeha hei hoa anō hoki mō Ngāti Whātua, e tupu mai ai he hua ki ngā iwi e rua.
I te ata o te 18 o Hepetema, i te tau 1840 i karapine ai ngā kanohi o te Karauna i Pukerangi, i reira whakanui ai i te whakatūtanga o Tāmaki hei tāone matua mō Aotearoa. I te 12.30 karaka i te ahiahi, ka rere te haki, ā, ka hurō te minenga, ka haruru ngā pū repo.
Ko tā Te Kawau i whakapono ai, ehara taua tuku whenua i te whenua hoko noa iho nei. Heoi he awarua tērā e eke ai a Ngāti Whātua, me te aha, he here tapu he here mauroa kei taua tuku whenua. I ēnei rā, ko tātou tonu tēnei e ngana nei e whakapau kaha nei ki te kawe tika i ngā mātāpono o tēnei tuku whenua e rangatira ai tā tātou mahitahi me te Karauna me te manomano tāngata kua whai wāhi ki tēnei whenua o tātou.
Saturday 18th of September marks 181 years since the Tuku Whenua by Apihai Te Kawau and Ngāti Whātua to Governor-Lieutenant William Hobson and his fledgling government. The Tuku Whenua was a response to the premonition he aha te hau, which was interpreted by many as a sign to invite the Pākehā to Tāmaki as a friend and partner where both Māori and settler would benefit.
On the morning of the 18th of September 1840, Crown representatives came to Tāmaki for a ceremony to mark the founding of the nation’s new capital at Point Britomart, Pukerangi. At around 12.30pm, a flag was run up and the whole assembly gave three cheers alongside a 21-guns salute.
Te Kawau saw the Tuku Whenua as more than just an exchange. It was the passage for Ngāti Whātua to transformative change that carried with it rights and responsibilities that were binding and ongoing. 181 years later, Ngāti Whātua o Ōrākei continue to honour the intention of the Tuku Whenua and work alongside our Treaty partner and all who have made central Tāmaki their home.
TAKAPARAWHAU. 25 o Haratua 2021
Check out some of our Mahuru Māori Highlights from 2020.
EP1. Te Reo o te Rangatahi
EP2. Kōhimuhimu (Whisper) Challenge
EP3. Jamming Waiata
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