Jul 14, 2005 · He whakapapa, he kaupapa, he toi tangata, toi whenua, he toi atua. The use of a resource, therefore, required permission from the associated deity. Ngāti Kahungunu are the third largest iwi in New Zealand, with 59,946 people identifying as Ngati Kahungunu in the 2006 Census (this excludes descendants overseas). Nov 01, 2014 · New Zealand documentary on the tribe Ngati Paoa. She has a BA degree, a Teachers Certificate, and passed the Royal Horticultural Society exams. The Board is made up of twelve representatives, each representing one of the twelve Hauraki iwi. Ko Tane i whakaahua i a Hine Ahuone, heke tatai iho ki a Maui, ki a Tāwhaki, ki a Kupe, ki a Toi, ki a Turi. Hotel Grand Chancellor, Auckland Airport. Aug 14, 2016 · Maori whakapapa rich in entrepreneurial activity Posted on August 14, 2016 August 23, 2016 by lolosymons in Uncategorized After reading Greg’s post last week I started to question my willingness to research entrepreneurs who are strangers to me when all I had to do was go back through the rich whakapapa of my whanau and extract examples from. The Treaty of Waitangi. mainland base. Its traditional area includes Matamata, Cambridge, Maungakawa, the Horotiu district along the Waikato River and the Maungatautari district, and its eastern boundary is the Kaimai Range. And here she is returned – her hair as white as the sand held in her memory – returned to her people, her whenua. It is our earnest and humble desire to support our whanaunga of Ngai Tamarawaho and Ngati Tapu in this submission. It is part of the Tainui confederation. Iwi Registration. It was edited and translated by George Graham of Auckland Museum and published in the Journal of the Polynesian Society, Volume 50, No. Both the learner and a kaumatua must sign the whakapapa as evidence of identity and citizenship. Ngāti Mutunga o Wharekauri share common lineage with their whanaunga based at Urenui in Northern Taranaki. and Elizabeth are whanaunga or whether Tom is a whanaunga of many members of the relevant hapu. 6 During their time in Hamilton they had my two older sisters. He is not allowed to say that. she claimed Ngati tumu-tumu and Ngati Maru had made the eel weirs there. Ngāti Mutunga played a pivotal role in the migration of Northern Taranaki Iwi and. 1 The history of the land that comprises the Peka Peka to Ōtaki Expressway (PP2O) commences with the Ngāti Toa raupatu5 that was led principally by Te Rauparaha, who was also Ngāti Raukawa. Please upload documents in these formats: pdf, doc, docx, jpg, gif, png. Our Treasurer Avon MacDonald will be there if you need any assistance to research your whakapapa. Hotunui one of the jewels in the crown of The Auckland War Memorial Museum is a living taonga of all Marutuahu iwi; Ngati Maru, Ngati Whanaunga, Ngati Tamatera, and Ngati Paoa. “This is an exciting time for all those involved in this special team. Ngati Manuhiri, Tainui, Te Arawa, Ngaariki, Ngati Ranginui, Waitaha, Ngati Pukenga, Ngati Toa and Te Whanau a Toi. In 2006, Dr Robert Joseph became the second Māori in New Zealand—and the first Māori male—to graduate with a PhD in Law. Returning to Circa Theatre after an acclaimed World Premiere at the 2012 NZ International Arts Festival, TU is the first Maori production to be performed upon the mainstage in Circa One. He is currently a researcher for the Crown Forestry Research Trust and is working on the Ngati Maniapoto scoping report for the Waitangi Tribunal in New Zealand. Nā Te Ahukaramū Charles Royal te whakapapa nei. It is part of the Tainui confederation. I have found out the names of my ancestors, and am registered with Ngati Porou - but am still trying to find out about hapu and marae. I was born at the aroha, at Pakamako – at the base of the mountain’. Professor Graham Hingangaroa Smith. Ngāti Tūwharetoa retain connections to their whanaunga at Kawerau, but their homelands have long been established in the Taupo district. Waikato leaders Te Moanaroa and Te Awaitaia Te Moanaroa (also known as Te Amoahanga and Amoanaroa) of Waingaroa or Raglan Harbour (left), with Te Awaitaia or William Naylor, 1844. He pū, he rino, he tupeka me ērā tūmomo taputapu katoa. Ngāti Hine is an iwi with a rohe in Northland, New Zealand. Website: The website is now operational and people will be able to email their registration form and family details to allow the committee to start adding to the whakapapa. For Ngai Te Ahi, it is the whakapapa of the people to the land that remains paramount to our interests in these areas. Te Kawatapuarangi Posts: 48 Aotearoa Posted: 09/11/2006. And I am reminded it doesn’t really matter how much mātauranga Māori I think I do or do not hold, or how long I’ve been separated from my iwi. A whakapapa that connects her to unique and special people and lands. Towards the end of Sir Archie Taiaroa‘s tangi at Taumarunui last year one of his work colleagues - who just happened to have Sir Archie's cell phone - thought one of the speakers was going an a little too long, so she sent him a text saying "kia tere". Statement of Whakapapa: A verified copy of a whakapapa statement is acceptable only when a birth certificate cannot be obtained. When they arrived at Hauraki they combined with Ngati Maru, Ngati Whanaunga and, Ngati Tamatera and then proceeded to Haowhenua. Ngāti Mutunga o Wharekauri share common lineage with their whanaunga based at Urenui in Northern Taranaki. Both men are described as chiefs of Waikato. “So they acknowledged their whakapapa (ancestry) of Rangitāne but the mana (authority) of who they were was Kahungunu and you see it in their writings in the land court. Ngaati Whanaunga are descendants from the tupuna Whanaunga. and Elizabeth are whanaunga or whether Tom is a whanaunga of many members of the relevant hapu. Ngati Hine traces our ancestry back to Rahiri, a formidable rangatira and warrior. He hakari ma te kanohi, ma te wairua. “Because of the way the Crown drafted our constitution we’re not required to provide a financial audit or elections until after settlement. Paraire belonged to Ngati Te Whatu-i-apiti and Ngati Kahungunu; through his father he had links to the hapu Ngati Hawea, Ngati Hori, Ngati Te Rehunga and others, and through his mother, to Ngai Te Ao, Ngati Hinepare, and Ngati Hinetewai. Return to front page | Site map. Relationships, whakapapa, kinship, providing a sense of belonging that strengthens relationships and bonds Whānau. Both men are described as chiefs of Waikato. Ngāti Tama ki Te Waipounamu Trust was formed to represent the Uri o Ngāti Tama who whakapapa to Te Tau Ihu o Te Waka-ā-Maui (top of the South Island). All the iwi under the Marutuahu confederation are named after eponymous ancestors so you have Ngati Tamatera (the second born), Ngati Whanaunga (the youngest), Ngati Paoa (Paoa intermarried with Tamatera and Whanaunga to get a foothold into the region. He went home and learnt his reo. Nov 16, 2018 · This is an attempt to turn a Crown record into a whakapapa table and narrative; for all 82 people who were on the Ngati Makirangi and Ngati Kahu hapu list at 1 Jan 1900. Ngāti Mutunga played a pivotal role in the migration of Northern Taranaki Iwi and. According to Ngati Awa oral traditions, Toi was a descendant of Tiwakawaka, a His stronghold, Kapu-te-rangi, is one of the oldest known pa sites in New Zealand. Ngati Tama people migrated south in the 1820s in search of better opportunities (e. Motutere also known as Castle Rock is a significant rock formation which stands proudly within our rohe. Ngati Maru Wharanui Pukehou Trust is the body responsible for the Marae Reservation and Buildings. May 29, 2013 · Paraire Henare Tomoana was born in either 1874 or 1875 in Hastings. whakapapa and. There are whakapapa for fish and animal species just as there are for people. Ngāti Pūkenga has four main settlements situated at Manaia in the Coromandel, Ngāpeke in Tauranga, Pakikaikutu in the Far North and Maketu in the Bay of Plenty, Aotearoa/New Zealand Ngati Pukenga Iwi - Home. Aug 15, 2015 · Tangihanga – A dying tradition. He is currently a researcher for the Crown Forestry Research Trust and is working on the Ngati Maniapoto scoping report for the Waitangi Tribunal in New Zealand. Maori had no written language, so the whole of the tribal history, with legends and spiritual beliefs added, had to be memorised accurately by the young rangatira. It’s where talk turns to politics, sports, business and gossip. Ngāti Tūwharetoa are descended from Ngātoroirangi through the eponymous ancestor, Tūwharetoa, and from Tia. Director-General’s actions. 1 Introduction. Keynote Address to the Alaskan Federation of Natives (AFN) Convention. In mid-1995 a hui of kaumatua from throughout Aotearoa considered commonalities and differences between tribes in matters of tikanga regarding customary rights to land, fisheries and forests. He is a member of Te Atinga (Committee of Contemporary Maori Visual Arts) of Toi Maori Aotearoa and is a past member of the former Te Waka Toi board of Creative New Zealand. It extends North to Motukopu at Wainuiototo (New Chums) and South to Kuaotunu and into the ranges taking in much of the forest. Mandate recognised by the Crown for Treaty of Waitangi settlement negotiations [ Deed of Settlement initialled with the Crown on 18 August 2017]. The pou tokomanawa, or main support post of my evidence and. Ngātiwai Trust Board are posting this On behalf of our whanaunga Carmen Hetaraka, Hone Matenga and Mylie George for an upcoming hui they are hosting at Ngātiwai Marae - Ngaiotonga on 29 & 30 July. Ngāti Tūwharetoa retain connections to their whanaunga at Kawerau, but their homelands have long been established in the Taupo district. ” Anei nga kupu See you Saturday at Kokiri Marae!. Ngati Rehua have occupied Aotea since Mataahu and his brother Maki along with their sons Rehua and Manuhiri conquered Hauturu, Aotea and other offshore islands. All the iwi under the Marutuahu confederation are named after eponymous ancestors so you have Ngati Tamatera (the second born), Ngati Whanaunga (the youngest), Ngati Paoa (Paoa intermarried with Tamatera and Whanaunga to get a foothold into the region. Haere mai e te Iwi o Ngatiwai. Maorske legende govore da su na Aotearou (Aotearoa; danas Novi Zeland) došli iz zemlje "Hawaiki" prije nekih 1000 godina. In mid-1995 a hui of kaumatua from throughout Aotearoa considered commonalities and differences between tribes in matters of tikanga regarding customary rights to land, fisheries and forests. “Ngati Wharara whakapapa stretches across our many marae communities from Waikara to Pakanae and beyond, as does our Ngati Wharara taumata kaumatua, and their vision for the future of our hapu were captured and shared at our last Hapu hui held in February at Kokohuia. Iwi/Hapu Report 7 Whangarei District Council Growth Strategy: Sustainable Futures 30/50 1. Ngāti Hine is an iwi with a rohe in Northland, New Zealand. Nov 01, 2014 · New Zealand documentary on the tribe Ngati Paoa. Recognition of the interests of Ngati Hei, Ngati Maru, Ngati Tamatera and Ngaati Whanaunga in actively protecting its taonga species at Repanga. “So they acknowledged their whakapapa (ancestry) of Rangitāne but the mana (authority) of who they were was Kahungunu and you see it in their writings in the land court. Te Rā Whakapūmau i Ngā Tauira o Te Wānanga o Raukawa, 2014. Južni otok: Ngai Tahu (Ngāi Tahu), Ngati Mamoe, Poutini i Rangitane. We represent, and this application is made on behalf of, Ngati Pahauwera as defined in section 12 of the Ngati Pahauwera Treaty Claims Settlement Act 2012: 12 Meaning of Ngati PShauwera (1) in this Act, Ngati Pahauwera means—. I have close whanaunga that are amongst the Ngati Paoa delegation currently involved in mana whenua claims with Sylvia park, Mt Wellington. The Deed will now go out to the claimant group for ratification. However, in the interests of providing full transparency to the Iwi, the initial Trustees Gary Thompson and Bryce Heron made their own decision to start providing proper audited financial statements from 2015 onwards and to appoint new Trustees to help. Ngāti Mutunga o Wharekauri share common lineage with their whanaunga based at Urenui in Northern Taranaki. Moriori, a pride reborn In spite of a widespread belief that their race and culture are extinct, Moriori people have survived on the Chatham Islands and are undergoing a cultural revival similar to that of their mainland cousins, the New Zealand Maori. Jun 10, 2013 · It is with great pride that during Matariki we celebrate this Maori production in the whare of Circa Theatre, this season marks a special moment for the whakapapa of Maori theatre in Wellington. Ka tīmata i a Ranginui rāua ko Papatuanuku – ko ngā Atua o te Taiao, o te tangata. Oct 25, 2006 · Manaakitanga has many meanings and I believe the Ngati Raukawa Rangatira, Professor Whatarangi Winiata, who is also President of the Maori Party, offered one of the most profound explanations of manaakitanga I have ever read. whanaungatanga. Ngāti Tama ki Te Waipounamu Trust was formed to represent the Uri o Ngāti Tama who whakapapa to Te Tau Ihu o Te Waka-ā-Maui (top of the South Island). May 29, 2013 · Paraire Henare Tomoana was born in either 1874 or 1875 in Hastings. Ngāi Tahu dialect for whanaunga. Manaakitanga Acknowledgement of the Mana of all and the reciprocity of kindness, respect, humanity and genuine care of others. On the Te Arawa line she is a direct descendant of Whakaue father to Tutanekai and that whakapapa links her to Nga Pumanawa o Te Arawa (the 8 beating hearts of Te Arawa) which essentially means all of that Iwi. KN is inspired by the strength and beauty of New Zealand and Maoridom. We acknowledge our whakapapa to Ngati Ranginui. We will not sign until after the tikanga process has been completed. Puketapu, Maungawhau, Maungakiekie, Maungarei, Matukututureia and the Hunua Ranges are in between. Nov 15, 2010 · Whakapapa Ngati Naho Posted on November 15, 2010 by Ngati Naho Trust Ngāti Naho is a Māori tribe from the Meremere district which also has a small town by the same name located in the northern Waikato region in the North Island of New Zealand and more specifically, on the east bank of the Waikato River, 50-kilometres north of Hamilton City. When Tamaterā left, Whanaunga became the dominant brother in the western districts of Hauraki. I was born at the aroha, at Pakamako – at the base of the mountain’. Maori thus relate by whakapapa (genealogy) to all life forms and natural resources. Whakapapa is a very important part of our maori life, and a great deal of our peoples time was spent in the Whare Wananga (House of Learning) in memorising its many ramifications. She has worked extensively for the arts, searched for her whakapapa, and created a large garden of New Zealand plants. We are proud to represent nga hapu me nga marae o Ngāti Ranginui to bring you an informative and interactive website. This is a version of the story of Marutūahu's journey to Hauraki in search of his father Hotunui. The ancestor of Ngati Maru is Te Ngako also known as Te Ngakohua. One of the five was a Scholar and a Researcher of Whakapapa and who has through this journey given everything that he has to protect the rights of all of Ngai Tahu, Ngati Mamoe and to a great extent his aroha for his brother of Waitaha. We represent, and this application is made on behalf of, Ngati Pahauwera as defined in section 12 of the Ngati Pahauwera Treaty Claims Settlement Act 2012: 12 Meaning of Ngati PShauwera (1) in this Act, Ngati Pahauwera means—. The name Te Rapupo came about from a connection with the iwi Ngati Whanaunga and Ngati Piri, and indeed Maori at Whitianga included in these blocks identified also as being Ngati Piri, Ngati Whanaunga along with Ngati Paoa and Ngati Koheru. Nga Puke ki Hauraki ka tarehu E mihi ana ki te whenua E tangi ana ki te tangata E nga mana, e nga iwi, e nga uri o Hauraki, Tena koutou, tena koutou, tena tatou katoa. Nov 19, 2019 · For Ngati Porou whanau who also whakapapa to Ngai Tahu there is a road show this weekend, Saturday 11 August, 9:30AM to 4PM at Te Papa. Relationships, whakapapa, kinship, providing a sense of belonging that strengthens relationships and bonds Whānau. The pou tokomanawa, or main support post of my evidence and. There are whakapapa for fish and animal species just as there are for people. May 29, 2013 · Paraire Henare Tomoana was born in either 1874 or 1875 in Hastings. The ope continued along the banks of the Waikato river taking several smaller pa sites until they reached Ngati Raukawa's stronghold at Piraunui. Ngati Raukawa ki te Tonga Robyn is a Programme Co-ordinator for Te Rau Puawai Maori Mental Health Workforce Development within the College of Health, Massey University since 2010. (Rohe description taken from Ngāti Te Ata September 2010 Deed of Mandate submitted to the Crown). HAKI HUKU HAKI KARAWANA Arawa tribal historian. 1 The history of the land that comprises the Peka Peka to Ōtaki Expressway (PP2O) commences with the Ngāti Toa raupatu5 that was led principally by Te Rauparaha, who was also Ngāti Raukawa. When I was younger I sought guidance in regard to this whakapapa from Te Warihi Hetaraka, tohunga whakairo of Te Uri. In 1835, Ngāti Mutunga, along with. Founder and head designer Kiri Nathan started the label in 2010. Jump to navigation Jump to search. Latest News. Ngati Maru is one of the four present day tribes of Marutuahu. ” It’s the space where relationships are celebrated, challenged and nurtured. Ngāti Tama ki Te Waipounamu Trust was formed to represent the Uri o Ngāti Tama who whakapapa to Te Tau Ihu o Te Waka-ā-Maui (top of the South Island). In the course of our engagement, Ngati Ruanui appealed to TTR to understand the compromising situation it was put in with the Taranaki Iwi chair leading discussion on this application. Ngai Te Ahi Raupatu and Treaty Settlement In June 2012, Ngati Ranginui signed their Deed of Settlement with the Crown. born in London in time for WWII then migrated to NZ around 1948 and immediately felt a connection with the maori people and culture. The application before the Court is made by four elected. On the Te Arawa line she is a direct descendant of Whakaue father to Tutanekai and that whakapapa links her to Nga Pumanawa o Te Arawa (the 8 beating hearts of Te Arawa) which essentially means all of that Iwi. The ancestor Tamatera was the favoured son of Marutuahu and as such succeeded to his fathers mana albeit at a late stage of his life. If you are from Ngati Porou/Whanau a Apanui/Te Aitanga a Mahaki and have any questions about whakapapa then here is the place to ask. Ngāti Hauā is a Māori iwi of the eastern Waikato of New Zealand. We acknowledge our whakapapa to Ngati Ranginui. While Rahiri was living with Ahuaiti at Pouerua he heard that her two brothers Korakatea and Korakanui were coming to visit. Dec 23, 2004 · For some, she is a whanaunga (family member), which means that the level of sharing comes from a place of whakapapa (genealogy); for others, she is a friend who has walked many roads with the person over a number of years and therefore shares a friendship based on trust, respect, loyalty and love. Nov 19, 2019 · For Ngati Porou whanau who also whakapapa to Ngai Tahu there is a road show this weekend, Saturday 11 August, 9:30AM to 4PM at Te Papa. About Us Values. All Ngāti Mutunga whakapapa from the eponymous ancestor Mutunga and his wife Te Rerehua. “It’s theatre, like a live play,” says Selwyn Parata, a Ngāti Porou leader. She has worked extensively for the arts, searched for her whakapapa, and created a large garden of New Zealand plants. One of the five was a Scholar and a Researcher of Whakapapa and who has through this journey given everything that he has to protect the rights of all of Ngai Tahu, Ngati Mamoe and to a great extent his aroha for his brother of Waitaha. Na e nga iwi e nga Hapu, koia tenei nga whakapapa 0 koutou tipuna me 0 ratau waka i puta mai ai to koutou hoa i roto, i heke iho ai hoki te mana rangatira, mete mana toa, mete matauranga ki tenei 0 koutou me ona iwi ake, koia to koutou whanaunga i kaha ai kite haere ki nga marae 0 Aotearoa 0 te Waipounamu, me nga huihuinga katoa e tae ana ia me. com using the subject line Wi Sam. This banner text can have markup. The Trust was established in April 2013. All Ngāti Mutunga whakapapa from the eponymous ancestor Mutunga and his wife Te Rerehua. I have started the "reconstruction" with my own whanaunga and a basic table, followed by sources at the bottom of the post that I will use as references when I write the narrative. Any queries relating to this hui please contact directly Mylie on 021 251 5840, Nga mihi. When I was younger I sought guidance in regard to this whakapapa from Te Warihi Hetaraka, tohunga whakairo of Te Uri. " Mark Kopua (Ngati Ira, Te Aitanga a Hauiti, Ngati Porou) is a carver and ta moko artist. Her Maori Iwi is Ngati Whanaunga from the Coromandel. Its traditional area includes Matamata, Cambridge, Maungakawa, the Horotiu district along the Waikato River and the Maungatautari district, and its eastern boundary is the Kaimai Range. Jul 14, 2015 · Ngapuhi Whakapapa - Rahiri. Ngai Te Ahi Raupatu and Treaty Settlement In June 2012, Ngati Ranginui signed their Deed of Settlement with the Crown. Nov 16, 2018 · This is an attempt to turn a Crown record into a whakapapa table and narrative; for all 82 people who were on the Ngati Makirangi and Ngati Kahu hapu list at 1 Jan 1900. Manukau Harbour which covers our whakapapa to Ngati Tipa. Nature provides examples of this regeneration in the continuous growth of plant life. These seem to us to provide an appropriate test of the Crown’s conduct in the circumstances of the Ngātiwai mandate. Recognition of the interests of Ngati Hei, Ngati Maru, Ngati Tamatera and Ngaati Whanaunga in actively protecting its taonga species at Repanga. The recognised negotiators for Ngāti Hako: Have been elected via hui-a-iwi process Have received a letter of confirmation from the Treaty Minister. Represents Ngāti Paoa as an "iwi authority" for the purposes of the Resource Management Act 1991. kauae rangatira mō te iwi o Te Rarawa. Kara Pryor *, Northland, Ngati Awa / Ngati Pikiao / Ngati Rangitihi Marcel Renata, Auckland, Ngati Whanaunga / Te Aupouri Joe Royal, Bay of Plenty, Te Arawa / Ngati Whatua o Orakei / Ngapuhi Jacob Skeen, Waikato, Ngapuhi Sean Wainui, Taranaki, Ngai Tuhoe / Te Aitanga a Mahaki / Nga Arikikaiputahi / Ngati Porou Brad Weber, Hawkes Bay, Ngati Porou. Kua mōhio a Te Rauparaha mā te pū ka noho rangatira a Ngāti Toa ki runga i te whenua. ) Kei)Uawanui)a)Ruamatua)awau)e)noho)ana). Ngātiwai Trust Board are posting this On behalf of our whanaunga Carmen Hetaraka, Hone Matenga and Mylie George for an upcoming hui they are hosting at Ngātiwai Marae - Ngaiotonga on 29 & 30 July. He whanaunga tata rātou katoa. Just better. The history of the CMS involvement with Te Papa is well known to me and the Hapu ofTe Whanau a Tauwhao. Latest News. case got before the Court of Appeal, [126] Ngati Apa, Ngati Koata, Ngati Kuia, Ngati Rarua, Ngati Tama, Ngati Toa, Rangitane and Te Atiawa applied to the Battle of Hingakaka (1,859 words) [view diff] no match in snippet view article find links to article. Ngati Te Ata descends from Te Waiohua – the enduring spirit of Hua. And I am reminded it doesn’t really matter how much mātauranga Māori I think I do or do not hold, or how long I’ve been separated from my iwi. When they arrived at Hauraki they combined with Ngati Maru, Ngati Whanaunga and, Ngati Tamatera and then proceeded to Haowhenua. As a collective, Ngati Kapo has invested in that same philosophy. It is said that the fifth tribe, that is Ngati Rongo-U, was absorbed through alliances by the other Marutuahu tribes although some still choose to reassert Ngati Rongo-U identity today. “This is an exciting time for all those involved in this special team. Jump to navigation Jump to search. nz August 21, 2003, 12:56 am 203. The Ngāpuhi mandate Tribunal framed a set of minimum standards by which to assess the Crown’s duty of active protection in a mandating context. Jul 14, 2005 · He whakapapa, he kaupapa, he toi tangata, toi whenua, he toi atua. In support of Ngati rahiri’s claims, rina Mokena stated, ‘te Mokena is my husband. Ngati Poneke Young Maori Club. Maori thus relate by whakapapa (genealogy) to all life forms and natural resources. Ngāi Tahu dialect for whanaunga. Jun 10, 2013 · It is with great pride that during Matariki we celebrate this Maori production in the whare of Circa Theatre, this season marks a special moment for the whakapapa of Maori theatre in Wellington. Any queries relating to this hui please contact directly Mylie on 021 251 5840, Nga mihi. Whakapapa is the bedrock of Maori society. The recognised negotiators for Ngāti Hako: Have been elected via hui-a-iwi process Have received a letter of confirmation from the Treaty Minister. Mar 27, 2012 · We send our love to our Whanaunga and our friend. mainland base. Nov 30, 2019 · Mr Davis said he had known for some time Ngati Kahu was banning the replica of Captain Cook’s ship from docking in Mangonui, Radio NZ reported. The Iwi Waka include Tokomaru, Okoki, Tahatuna, and Manaia. The settlement of Purangi is within our area. The prominent leader in the early years of European contact was Te Ruki Kawiti. Mandate recognised by the Crown for Treaty of Waitangi settlement negotiations [ Deed of Settlement initialled with the Crown on 18 August 2017]. Patukirikiri, Ngati Porou ki Harataunga ki Mataura, Ngati Pukenga ki Waio, Ngati Raheretumutumu, Ngai Tai, Ngati Tamatera, Ngati Taratokanui and Ngati Whanaunga. The stronghold of Patuone's section of Ngāti Hao in Patuone's own time was the upper reaches of the Hokianga in the Waihou Valley at a place called Whakanekeneke together with lands, cultivations and and a kainga near Horeke, much closer to the harbour proper. Due to colonisation many of our people became alienated from their coastal lands. ) Kei)Uawanui)a)Ruamatua)awau)e)noho)ana). In mid-1995 a hui of kaumatua from throughout Aotearoa considered commonalities and differences between tribes in matters of tikanga regarding customary rights to land, fisheries and forests. Nov 01, 2014 · New Zealand documentary on the tribe Ngati Paoa. We are proud to represent nga hapu me nga marae o Ngāti Ranginui to bring you an informative and interactive website. In her young adult years my mother spent a little time with her Ngati Koata cousins in Nelson. He is a member of Te Atinga (Committee of Contemporary Maori Visual Arts) of Toi Maori Aotearoa and is a past member of the former Te Waka Toi board of Creative New Zealand. Ngāti Tūwharetoa are descended from Ngātoroirangi through the eponymous ancestor, Tūwharetoa, and from Tia. Manaakitanga Acknowledgement of the Mana of all and the reciprocity of kindness, respect, humanity and genuine care of others. (Rohe description taken from Ngāti Te Ata September 2010 Deed of Mandate submitted to the Crown). Director-General’s actions. she claimed Ngati tumu-tumu and Ngati Maru had made the eel weirs there. Members of Ngati Haua hapu met at Kotahitanga Marae, Whangape, on Monday to discuss the implications of the discovery of methamphetamine (P) manufacturing sites and the burning of six whanau. They will also be considering a one-off agricultural scholarship for those entering doing farming training – this can be at any level. The question is whether a relationship is so tight and contains such potency that entitled him to membership of the hapu. I have started the "reconstruction" with my own whanaunga and a basic table, followed by sources at the bottom of the post that I will use as references when I write the narrative. Four Magpies gain Maori All Black Selection The Maori All Blacks squad to tour to Chicago, London and Ireland next month has been named which includes four Magpies, Ash Dixon, Ben May, Brad Weber and Ihaia West. The recognised negotiators for Ngāti Hako: Have been elected via hui-a-iwi process Have received a letter of confirmation from the Treaty Minister. The canoes that Maori have been thought to have arrived in traditionally gave rise to the different tribal groupings: the genealogy of Maori culture derives from each canoe of their ancestors. I have a comprehensive knowledge of all three iwi above and I would love to share that with anyone who wants to learn more about their history and roots. I was born at the aroha, at Pakamako – at the base of the mountain’. Nov 16, 2018 · This is an attempt to turn a Crown record into a whakapapa table and narrative; for all 82 people who were on the Ngati Makirangi and Ngati Kahu hapu list at 1 Jan 1900. mainland base. Whakapapa is the bedrock of Maori society. All those who whakapapa to Hamiora Mangakahia please complete the registration below. married a. Ngāti Maniapoto. Te Maru o Ruahine Trust Services Te Maru o Ruahine literally means the “Protection and shelter of the Ruahine Mountain range” It refers to the nurturing and caring of our social wellbeing and the provision of a sanctuary for whānau. Nō te tau 1824 ka tīmata te rere mai o ngā kaipuke a te Pākehā ki Kāpiti nei. When I was younger I sought guidance in regard to this whakapapa from Te Warihi Hetaraka, tohunga whakairo of Te Uri. Our Treasurer Avon MacDonald will be there if you need any assistance to research your whakapapa. The connection can be best told by the following: Ngati Tamatera began to attack a Ngati Piri hapu called. The Tasman Sea, Southern shores of the Kaipara Harbour, Waitemata and Manukau Harbours including the Waikato River are the water ways. Ngāti Mutunga o Wharekauri share common lineage with their whanaunga based at Urenui in Northern Taranaki. Ngati Huarere is now located majorly in the Whangapoua basin. Members of Ngati Haua hapu met at Kotahitanga Marae, Whangape, on Monday to discuss the implications of the discovery of methamphetamine (P) manufacturing sites and the burning of six whanau. ” Robin Potangaroa, Ngati Kahungunu ki Wairarapa Chairman at Lake Wairarapa. Dec 13, 2006 · Whanaunga, was the potiki of the children of Marutuahu, not the oldest (who was Tamatepo). Director-General’s actions. she claimed Ngati tumu-tumu and Ngati Maru had made the eel weirs there. HAKI KINO A pa near Maunga Rake. Ngati Manuhiri, Tainui, Te Arawa, Ngaariki, Ngati Ranginui, Waitaha, Ngati Pukenga, Ngati Toa and Te Whanau a Toi. In 2006, Dr Robert Joseph became the second Māori in New Zealand—and the first Māori male—to graduate with a PhD in Law. HAKIRERE A canoe built by Whakatau. It is said that the fifth tribe, that is Ngati Rongo-U, was absorbed through alliances by the other Marutuahu tribes although some still choose to reassert Ngati Rongo-U identity today. Any queries relating to this hui please contact directly Mylie on 021 251 5840, Nga mihi. Nau Mai | Welcome. Te Kawatapuarangi Posts: 48 Aotearoa Posted: 09/11/2006. When Tamaterā left, Whanaunga became the dominant brother in the western districts of Hauraki. These seem to us to provide an appropriate test of the Crown’s conduct in the circumstances of the Ngātiwai mandate. Return to front page | Site map. For Ngati Kahu, 2015 is promising to be busier than ever. A whakapapa that connects her to unique and special people and lands. Since its inception KN has showcased at London Fashion Week & New Zealand. Alcohol and drug misuse, and related problems, can often mean that tangata whaiora have disassociated or disconnected from their immediate whanau. Jump to navigation Jump to search. 1 The history of the land that comprises the Peka Peka to Ōtaki Expressway (PP2O) commences with the Ngāti Toa raupatu5 that was led principally by Te Rauparaha, who was also Ngāti Raukawa. Waikato leaders Te Moanaroa and Te Awaitaia Te Moanaroa (also known as Te Amoahanga and Amoanaroa) of Waingaroa or Raglan Harbour (left), with Te Awaitaia or William Naylor, 1844. Ngāti Koata were the first of the five Northern Iwi to establish themselves as manawhenua and many intermarriages between the people of Ngāti Koata and the original iwi of Kurahaupō occurred. Jul 14, 2015 · Ngapuhi Whakapapa - Rahiri. The Treaty of Waitangi. In mid-1995 a hui of kaumatua from throughout Aotearoa considered commonalities and differences between tribes in matters of tikanga regarding customary rights to land, fisheries and forests. As a collective, Ngati Kapo has invested in that same philosophy. It was edited and translated by George Graham of Auckland Museum and published in the Journal of the Polynesian Society, Volume 50, No. Ngāti Whanaunga. “So they acknowledged their whakapapa (ancestry) of Rangitāne but the mana (authority) of who they were was Kahungunu and you see it in their writings in the land court. Our linkages with both Hapu are principally through whakapapa and shared history. Returning to Circa Theatre after an acclaimed World Premiere at the 2012 NZ International Arts Festival, TU is the first Maori production to be performed upon the mainstage in Circa One. The Crown and Ngaati Whanaunga initialled a Deed of Settlement on 25 August 2017. Maorske legende govore da su na Aotearou (Aotearoa; danas Novi Zeland) došli iz zemlje "Hawaiki" prije nekih 1000 godina. Paearahi Coordinator, Ange Tipu, says Te Arawa Whānau Ora is about supporting whānau to be successful on their own terms. Register Now. of Ngati Rangitihi, Ngati Manawa, Ngati Awa, and Ngati Tarawhai. 1 Whakapapa. tuarI sheryl. Ngati Te Ata descends from Te Waiohua – the enduring spirit of Hua. Our Treasurer Avon MacDonald will be there if you need any assistance to research your whakapapa. “We’re delighted with the squad we have announced today – we think there’s an incredible mix of experience and very wise heads, and a special crop of new talent. Ngāti Hauā is a Māori iwi of the eastern Waikato of New Zealand. In mid-1995 a hui of kaumatua from throughout Aotearoa considered commonalities and differences between tribes in matters of tikanga regarding customary rights to land, fisheries and forests. It is part of the wider Ngāpuhi iwi. There are whakapapa for fish and animal species just as there are for people. On it becoming known to Ngati-Maru that their visitors had desecrated their burial place they raised an armed force, which, under Taraia, marched to Whirinaki, on the Rangitaiki River, to teach the children of Manawa better manners; and it was only by sending to Tuhoe and Taupo for armed assistance that Ngati-Manawa escaped a severe drubbing. Ngāti Rehua have occupied Aotea exclusively and undisturbed since the 17th century and we hold fast to our ahi kā roa for the benefit our tamariki, mokopuna. Whanau for some tangata whaiora may not necessarily mean whakapapa (genealogy) but those that they consider whanau members. 1 The history of the land that comprises the Peka Peka to Ōtaki Expressway (PP2O) commences with the Ngāti Toa raupatu5 that was led principally by Te Rauparaha, who was also Ngāti Raukawa. Paearahi Coordinator, Ange Tipu, says Te Arawa Whānau Ora is about supporting whānau to be successful on their own terms. One of the five was a Scholar and a Researcher of Whakapapa and who has through this journey given everything that he has to protect the rights of all of Ngai Tahu, Ngati Mamoe and to a great extent his aroha for his brother of Waitaha. Ngati Huarere is now located majorly in the Whangapoua basin. “Ngati Wharara whakapapa stretches across our many marae communities from Waikara to Pakanae and beyond, as does our Ngati Wharara taumata kaumatua, and their vision for the future of our hapu were captured and shared at our last Hapu hui held in February at Kokohuia. Te Maru o Ruahine Trust Services Te Maru o Ruahine literally means the “Protection and shelter of the Ruahine Mountain range” It refers to the nurturing and caring of our social wellbeing and the provision of a sanctuary for whānau. Ngāti Maniapoto. Puketapu, Maungawhau, Maungakiekie, Maungarei, Matukututureia and the Hunua Ranges are in between. About Us Values. Whakapapa is a very important part of our maori life, and a great deal of our peoples time was spent in the Whare Wananga (House of Learning) in memorising its many ramifications. Nov 19, 2019 · For Ngati Porou whanau who also whakapapa to Ngai Tahu there is a road show this weekend, Saturday 11 August, 9:30AM to 4PM at Te Papa. All those who whakapapa to Hamiora Mangakahia please complete the registration below. I send love and blessings to him. there are some who identify as maori without the ancestry. Whakapapa Posted by sheryl. All the iwi under the Marutuahu confederation are named after eponymous ancestors so you have Ngati Tamatera (the second born), Ngati Whanaunga (the youngest), Ngati Paoa (Paoa intermarried with Tamatera and Whanaunga to get a foothold into the region. Ngāti Rehua have occupied Aotea exclusively and undisturbed since the 17th century and we hold fast to our ahi kā roa for the benefit our tamariki, mokopuna. Ngati Maru (Taranaki) Fisheries Trust currently administers the funds derived from Ngati Maru’s Fish Quota. HAKI HUKU HAKI KARAWANA Arawa tribal historian. If you are from Ngati Porou/Whanau a Apanui/Te Aitanga a Mahaki and have any questions about whakapapa then here is the place to ask. the interrelationship of Māori with their ancestors, their whānau, hapū, iwi as well as the natural resources within their tribal boundaries such as mountains, rivers, streams and forests; recognition of relationships iwi and waka. She cites whakapapa as the central organising principle – not services, activities or programmes – as good as they may be. Dec 01, 2014 · Recipient bio information. Nov 15, 2010 · Whakapapa Ngati Naho Posted on November 15, 2010 by Ngati Naho Trust Ngāti Naho is a Māori tribe from the Meremere district which also has a small town by the same name located in the northern Waikato region in the North Island of New Zealand and more specifically, on the east bank of the Waikato River, 50-kilometres north of Hamilton City. Maori All Blacks Head Coach Colin Cooper (Ngati Pukenga/Ngati Porou) congratulated all those selected. mainland base. ” It’s the space where relationships are celebrated, challenged and nurtured. Ngati Ruanui has strong whakapapa links with Taranaki iwi and, as whanaunga. In 2006, Dr Robert Joseph became the second Māori in New Zealand—and the first Māori male—to graduate with a PhD in Law. The link is on the Ngati Poneke 75 Anniversary Celebration Facebook page. Ngāti Rehua have occupied Aotea exclusively and undisturbed since the 17th century and we hold fast to our ahi kā roa for the benefit our tamariki, mokopuna. Maorske legende govore da su na Aotearou (Aotearoa; danas Novi Zeland) došli iz zemlje "Hawaiki" prije nekih 1000 godina. 1 The history of the land that comprises the Peka Peka to Ōtaki Expressway (PP2O) commences with the Ngāti Toa raupatu5 that was led principally by Te Rauparaha, who was also Ngāti Raukawa. Ngaati Whanaunga are descendants from the tupuna Whanaunga. Ka tīmata i a Ranginui rāua ko Papatuanuku – ko ngā Atua o te Taiao, o te tangata. Since its inception KN has showcased at London Fashion Week & New Zealand. Her granduncle, Ratapu Elkington married Wetekia Ruruku and their whanau lived in Te Tau Ihu. I was born at the aroha, at Pakamako – at the base of the mountain’. Moriori, a pride reborn In spite of a widespread belief that their race and culture are extinct, Moriori people have survived on the Chatham Islands and are undergoing a cultural revival similar to that of their mainland cousins, the New Zealand Maori. Patukirikiri, Ngati Porou ki Harataunga ki Mataura, Ngati Pukenga ki Waio, Ngati Raheretumutumu, Ngai Tai, Ngati Tamatera, Ngati Taratokanui and Ngati Whanaunga. tuarI sheryl. The recognised negotiators for Ngāti Tamaterā: Have been elected via hui-a-iwi process; Have received a letter of confirmation from the Treaty Minister. Motutere also known as Castle Rock is a significant rock formation which stands proudly within our rohe.