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te arawa whakatauki It was established in the early 1980s and became a charitable entity in November 1990. Hēmi has been involved, in various capacities as a project leader, writer and researcher, in a range of linguistic, indigenous Māori knowledge (Mātauranga Māori) and curriculum projects. The Panel. In 2009 she completed a UNITEC Bachelor of Performing and Screen Arts. Bianca Hyslop (Te Arawa, Ngati Whakaue) was born in Auckland, New Zealand. Ko Tarimano te marae. In 1995, as part of the celebration of Te Tau o Te Reo Māori (Māori Language Year) , the Ministry of Women's Affairs (now Ministry for Women) arranged for Māori women to be interviewed in te reo Māori. Te Arawa Whānau Ora welcomes WERA Aotearoa Charitable Trust into the Collective Caring for whānau is at the heart of what Israel and Teresa Hawkins have committed their lives to. 1350). WHAKATAUKI Ngi Pikiao! āt Herea te weri o te kiki Kia kore ai e matata! Fasten the tassels of the sacred cloak of Kawatapuarangi. At each of these times, the tapes and DVDs In writing it, he was inspired by the toroa (albatross), a symbol of peace. Te Arawa Whānau Ora will work with groups, whānau and individuals to support them to become successful. Cover art: 'Pono' by Maioha Kara (Waikato, Ngāti Kahungunu, Te Arawa and Ngāti Porou) The contributors: Hana Pera Aoake, Hinemoana Baker, Cassandra Barnett, Tyson Campbell, Jacqueline Carter, Anahera Gildea, K-t Harrison, Rangimarie Jolley, Maioha Kara, Johanna Knox, Rāhiri Mākuini Edwards-Hammond, Anna McCallister, Donna McLeod, Kōtuku Titihuia Nuttall, Sinead Overbye, Tru Paraha,… Te ika a Māui: The creation of the North Island. We are presenting the best of what we know right now. He was first known just as Te Wherowhero and took the name Pōtatau after he became king in 1858. When the Te Arawa chief Pikiao came to Pirongia and married Rereiao from Waikato they had a son called Hekemaru who later married Heke i te rangi. Some may begin festivities on the first full moon after the star cluster rises, or on the next new moon. ABOUT. However, not all iwi iwi tribes Māori | Noun celebrate at the same time. We are committed to working with and alongside individuals and families on lower incomes, as we understand the growing inequality in our country. But which horse is he meant to bet on this time? Raniera gets help from his wife (Erihapeti Ngata) and the local community, to understand what the dream might mean. Sadly, Te Roro-o-te-Rangi was later killed by a chief named Tamamutu from Taupō over a disagreement that happened when Te Roro-o-te-rangi refused to give Tamamutu a present in payment for a special mat Tamamutu had given him. Wiremu Parker broadcasting to the nation. Hauraki Gulf) after its voyage from Hawaiki, the Te Arawa sailors placed a mauri stone (Te Arawa Kahu) on Boat Rock off Birkenhead [Dave Simmons, ethnographer, formerly of the Auckland War Memorial Museum. However as research and learning continues, we expect that new knowledge will help reshape and develop these tools. Now, I was told in Tahiti that Te Tua is the name of a high chief, and has been so from time immemorial. And if you went home to my whānau in Rotorua and looked at a Te Arawa worldview of giftedness it's about oratory, it’s about tikanga, it’s about the The tohu symbolizes and depicts our whakatauki “Mai nga ngarehu o Whakapaukarakia, kei te ka tonu tea hi” (from the embers of Whakapaukarakia, the fire burns on) and represents the survival of those who rose from the ashes during an incident that occurred at the battle of Whakapaukarakia. Ngā kōrero me ngā ingoa o ngā marama i waihanga: Irirangi Tiakiawa, Toby Rikihana, Tu Te Rangi Whakaea Morehu, Rereata Makiha, Maru Tapsell, Raimona Inia. It will also help you gain a sense of belonging to te ao Māori. I am Maori, Samoan and also have Irish and English whakapapa (geneology). 4 1 The Vision: Where we want to be in 10 Years Whakatauki ‗Ka mau tonu nga taonga tapu o nga matua tupuna Koinei nga taonga i tuku iho, na te Atua' ‗Hold fast to the treasures of the ancestors For they are the treasures that have been the ancient history of the maori, his mythology and traditions. Te Wera Hauraki, travelled south and attacked Te Arawa specifically the people of Ngati Whakaue and Tuhourangi. Maki, a famous chief, is also perhaps the source of the name Tamaki, meaning 'belonging to Maki'. ' "It basically means although we have lost a leader another will take his place. Rapid European population growth was putting pressure on Māori to sell land, and there was a sense that they were losing control of their own affairs. Eru Te Rikawa Dallas Tawha Thompson, Waikato-Tainui, Te Kawerau-a-Maki, Te Ākitai, Ngāti Te Ata and Ngāti Māhanga, left us November 2014 with a legacy and this whakatauki to say, 2014 “I te poho o Papatūānuku, ka tū te puna taonga Tāne Mahuta mo te ora o te iwi. 1 riro herehere tana wahine i a Te Wera Hauraki o Nga-Puhi i te tan 1818, a nioea ana e Te Wera. This show is about the proverbs heard within the subtribes and tribes of the country, presented in the Māori language. Six generations later when war ravaged the Polynesian island of Rangiātea, Ohomairangi’s descendant Tamatekapua led his people to the North Island of New Zealand in the canoe named Te Arawa. Te Arawa/Tainui descent, born & raised in Maketu On completion of Secondary school I served 8 years as a Electronics Tech and Diver in the NZ Navy. | Ngāti Pikiao, Ngāti Pikiao Iwi Trust, Ngāti Pikiao Environmental Society, Te Pūmautanga o Te Arawa Trust, Te Arawa Lakes Nau mai, haere mai ki Te Rūnanga o Ngāti Awa Language, Identity and Culture This department is responsible for the management & implementation of the Te Rūnanga o Ngāti Awa Cultural, Te Reo and Leadership Strategies. Māori are also twice as likely to die from cancer as non-Māori. E Tipu E Rea - Te Moemoea (The Dream) - The night before his granddaughter's birthday, a man who likes having a flutter on the horses (Utu star Anzac Wallace) has a "dream". Te Papa Takaro o Te Arawa April 12, 2013· “Hoki atu ki to maunga kia purea ai koe e nga hau a Tawhirimatea” This whakatauki can be applied when thinking of the traditional Maori philosophies of atuatanga, kaitiakitanga and tupua. Te Maru o Kaituna River Authority members include Tapuika Iwi Authority Trust, Te Tāhuhu o Tawakeheimoa Trust, Te Kapu o Waitaha, Te Pumautanga o Te Arawa Trust, Bay of Plenty Regional Council, the Rotorua Lakes Council, the Tauranga City Council, and the Western Bay of Plenty District Council. 53 days. E tika ana te korero "ko Te Arawa te waka mai i te Kei ki Tongariro ki te Ihu ki Maketū" Ngā kōrero o mua. Tā rāua ko Ka-Tu-Te Rangikatukua (Katu), ko Tamihana Te Rauparaha tētehi o ōna ingoa. Source notes: Information in this Whakatauki - MAORI Proverbs: (The wisdom of the MAORI) "He waha mana tonu te waha wahine i nga ra to tipuna" = " Even the voice of women still had mana in the days of our ancestors". Things can not be fixed until the cause of the problem is resolved. It will be icy cold inland, and icy cold on the shore. Whakataukī (proverbs) are very important within Māori culture. Stay safe and well, Be strong, Be steadfast. The chief Te Roro-o-te-Rangi and his two brothers Te Kata and Tūnohopū led their warriors into a great battle in this area known as Tawharakurupeti. We share some success stories here… Haka Ngahau ā-Rohe 2021 - Te Arawa; Regionals 2020 - Te Whanganui a Tara; Whakatauki; OnDemand. Te Arawa Whānau Ora ensures whānau are able to determine their own goals and are given positive support to achieve them. One of these canoes, the Arawa waka, under the command of Tamatekapua landed in Maketu. May the dawn rise red-tipped on ice, on snow, on frost. 1. Te Arawa Mandate (2004), Mohaka ki Ahuriri (2004), Ko Aotearoa T. Experience a traditional Maori wedding in Rotorua provided by New Zealand Maori Weddings He Oranga Poutama investment is intended to strongly centre on Māori cultural distinctiveness and support community leadership and participation grown in play, active recreation and sport as Māori. Row, row to the horizon. " Fifty of Oriini's family and friends she'd known since childhood were waiting at the marae, singing and playing guitar, and sharing food. Naumai!!! Haeremai!!! For more information email:- Bryce Murray – bryce@taumata. tō waihanga: Is that the time The Crown settlement day Welcome from the Tuhoe Nation in Taneatua. 1900's. He also dedicates his time and responsibilities to his iwi trust, Te Pumautanga o Te Arawa. Iwi: Te Arawa, Mātaatua As a known Activist, whose protest actions inform her Art, Chanz gained recent notoriety for having artworks banned from a planned exhibition by the Rotorua District Council. A typical lunar month cycle lasts for 29. Ko Te Arawa te waka Ko Tongariro te maunga Ko Taupo-nui-a-Tia te moana Ko Ngāti Tuwharetoa te iwi Ko Moata Tamaira tōku ingoa. Hence the whakatauki of Nga Wai O Maniapoto: “Ko te mauri, ko te waiora o te Waipa ko Waiwaia” “The essence and wellbeing of the Waipa is Waiwaia”. Ka whakamahia ngā whakataukī i ngā whaikōrero ōkawa me ngā whakawhitinga kōrero o ia rā. Whakataukī Whakataukī (proverbs) play a large role within Maori culture. He Whakaputanga me Te Tiriti (2014). But the most important part of Waiwaia was that it was the water itself and without it man could not survive. This calendar gives us Te Arawa lunar phases and stellar months from 2020 to 2021. “Ka horo te pa e kahore - “he pito korero tenei ngā maihi nō ngati he ki atu i te wa i tau mau ai he ope tu taua nō te arawa, ki te whawhai kei te pao o te ariki, ko te opoputi, e puta mai i tenei o ngā whakarara pa hei tohutohu manawa kia whakakoha i a ratau kei roto ki te pa hei wawao o te ratau taurohi ngā whakaraki” Horo, horo Ko Tongariro te maunga, ko Taupo te moana, ko Tuwharetoa te iwi, ko Te Heuheu te tangata Te pai me te whai-rawa o Tamaki. Kotahi tonu te tiwai o te rakau, kotahi tekau ona manga. Rotorua historic stories of past history of what happened to Te Arawa People HOME. : E te Tiamana e hiahia ana au ki te motini ki o tatau mangai kia nekehia te ra mo tetahi ra i Oketopa. Some are Polynesia-wide legends, including creation myths, adapted to local landscapes; others are parables to identify or protect valuable resources, or sagas which glorify human qualities prized by M ā ori. Kia pai te whakatere i te waka, Kei pariparia e te tai, Ka monehu te kura nei Steer with skill the canoe, Lest the outgoing tide endangers, The lives of those on board [This whakataukī given in the Ngāti Kahungunu submission at the Hastings hui warns of the inherent dangers if we choose the wrong direction. No cooked food was eaten before or during the voyage. Whakataukī, Series 2 Episode 9 10:00am, Friday 26 June 2020. " Mr Mihaka Whakataukī are proverbs that the person who first said it first, is not known. (Te Arawa were near Lake Rotorua and Tuwhatoa near Lake Taupo) Te Roro-o-te-rangi was thought to have insulted Tamamutu, the Ngati Tuwharetoa rangitira, so Tamamutu took a war party eastwards to Lake Rotorua. One of my fondest memories as a child was sitting in the baths with all the kuia who had Rainbows that appear in waterfalls was another attempt. "She was really moved and proud to share the whole process, knowing we're all part of the bigger picture. Under attack by an invading war party of Tūwharetoa warriors from Taupō, Te Roro-o-te-Rangi and his ope taua (war party) took their stand in this area where they could look south across the For Te Arawa, we have at least 24 kawa, beginning with Io, Te Kore and the metaphysical representations of Rangi and Papa° making up kawa 1-4 with the physical representation of the sky and earth coming in somewhere around the 20s and te tangata, humankind somewhere further down. Rangitihi, the great warrior chief of Te Arawa took to wife, three sisters of Tapuika, whose first eldest child was Kahukare. This was in retaliation for the death of a Ngapuhi man named Te Paeoterangi. Wahiao Restoration and Re-Opening Sun 2 Feb 2014. EPA Te Tohu o Te Ora o Ngati Awa provide supplies for whanau. The reappearance of the Matariki stars signals the beginning of the Māori New Year. Whakatauki - MAORI. This became known as Te Matā – fully, Te Matā o Kahu (named for Kahumatamomoe, son of the captain Whiria Te Aroha is taken from the Whakatauki of Te Ranghiiwaho an ancestor and one of the six koromatua of Ngati Whakaue. given Kuri ( dog ) by Horua-i-tawhiti a cheif who remained in Hawaiki. Ko ngā maunga kōutuutu ngā maunga Ko Tauhara, ko Tongariro rātou ko Pihanga Ko Taupō-nui-a-Tia te moana Ko Te Arawa te waka Ko Ngāti Tūwharetoa te iwi Ko Te Heu Heu te tangata. 3. Together, these three areas will provide you with a broad overview, and hopefully, a better understanding of Māori culture and Māori realities. She is married with one son. 31. Rangitoto is an island volcano and over the years has become a significant maunga for members of Ngāti Whātua o Orākei who gaze at its beauty from their homelands Te Kooti arrived in the area with a large group of escaped convicts, fully armed with modern weapons he had stolen from the ship he had hijacked. Te Reo Irirangi o Te Arawa - tukua mai ki a piri, tukua mai ki a tata! In accordance with our branded version of this well-known Te Arawa whakatauki, the last few or so months have been full on for staff. The safety operation plan for Rotorua-based MDA Experiences was first developed in 1989 – and co-owner Takurua Mutu, of Te Arawa descent, says it’s continually evolving, with ongoing input from team members. Kia hora te A well known whakatauki (proverb) describes the landing - 'Ko te ihu o te waka kei Maketū, kote kei o te wakakei Tongariro' - meaning that the bow of Te Arawa is at Maketū while the stern is at Mount Tongariro. The study of Maori history-Te takanga o te wa, meets the aspirations of the NZC the curriculu This illustrious Te Arawa tipuna was captured in Rotorua in the early 1800s and taken back to the Bay of Islands, where she married Te Wera, a Ngā Puhi leader. Many died before an uneasy peace was negotiated. Strip away the Taitea, the Sap. nga-ti-whatua by john white. A well known whakatauki (proverb) describes the landing - 'Ko te ihu o te waka kei Maketū, kote kei o te wakakei Tongariro' - meaning that the bow of Te Arawa is at Maketū while the stern is at Mount Tongariro. Na Ihowa i homai na Ihowa i tango atu, kia whakapaingia te ingoa o Ihowa. Tokerau also means ‘north’ and broken down into meanings of the two component words, toke (worm) rau (a hundred), provides yet another sense of underpinning meaning overall and expressing the true richness, depth and timbre of Māori as a language, which paints highly visual imagery in the mind. Without foresight or vision the people will be lost; Said by Kingi Tawhiao Potatau te Wherwhero, to show the urgency of unification and strong Maori leadership. “COVID19 has been a really tough time for our Te Arawa whānau” says Te Arawa Fisheries Chief Executive Chris Karamea Insley. 4,290 Followers · Interest. Lake Rotokawau is not included in this settlement as it is privately owned by Koromatua whanau of Ngati Rangiteaorere. In the 1920s Ta Apirana led the charge for the first Maori Pihopa (Bishop), singlehandedly persuading the Pakeha elite of New Zealand that we needed to have a Maori in the role. She has since made her mark in the field of contemporary dance gracing the national and international stage with the likes of Okareka Dance Company, Atamira Dance Company, Movement of the Human to Te Arawa Whanau Ora, especially Chrissy and Fred for the huge help. Hoturoa was born in Hawaiki, the son of Auauterangi and Kuotepo, and was distantly related to Tama te Kapua. 2014. Whakataukī can be used to provoke kaiako to adopt a cultural lens that like Te Whāriki is open and reciprocal to learning and teaching. 22 November 2010 - Harmony. 15 Haupū mai rā ki runga ki te Rotorua-nui-a-Kahumatamomoe! E, me poukai tātou! Nāu te rourou, nāku te rourou Ka totō te puna kai, totō te puna tangata 20 E te iwi ruku kapa o Te Arawa Anei te toru kapa a Tainui[3] Te rourou iti[4] a haere mai nei Ringiringi te kete ki te whakatekau Ki te tāwhara kai atua[5] Te Arawa FM is the radio station of Te Arawa iwi, including Ngāti Pikiao, Tūhourangi and Ngāti Whakaue. It is a plead to hold fast to our culture Aside from themes about learning and wisdom, there are also whakatauki about love, community, environment, and self-identity. The tribe spreads out As Te Arawa adapted to their new surroundings they moved further afield. Ko Mauao te maunga Ko Tauranga te moana Ko Kōpukairoa te taumata kōrero Ko Rangataua te tāhuna Ko Waitao te awa Ko Ngāpeke te marae Ko Te Whetū-o-te-Rangi te whare tupuna Ko Ngāti Pūkenga te iwi me ōna hapū Ko matou e tū nei nga uri o te whakatauki “Ngāti Pūkenga hamuti wera, niho tetē He paruparu ngā kai, he taniwha ngā tangata” At Te Whaiti, on the Ruatahuna road, I thought of the famines that killed nearly a quarter of the population of Te Urewera in the late 1890s—the legacy of confiscation and military destruction. Personal comment, 2010]. Photo via Te Ara. Released on: 2006-06-13Au Te Āti Awa is a Māori iwi with traditional bases in the Taranaki and Wellington regions of New Zealand. (noun) apt saying - includes whakatauākī, karakia, ngeri and haka. Further conflicts between Ngā Puhi and Te Arawa brought her back to Mokoia Island in Lake Rotorua several years later and Te Aokapurangi asked that her people be spared. Te Arawa FM. It is a poetic form of the Maori language often merging historical events, or holistic perspectives with underlying messages which are extremely influential in Maori society. The website of Te Kotahitanga o Te Atiawa. According to local legend, Tākitimu and its crew were completely tapu. Te Ārawa Tūwharetoa Th is profi le is focused on the geographical area of Te Ārawa waka, from Maketu inland to Tongariro and from Matata to Te Puke and refl ects the area covered by Te Puni Kokiri (Rotorua). By- Te Kooti Our Tohu Our Purpose Whakatauki Toitū te marae o tangaroa, toitū te marae o tane, toitū te whenua. 3 The title of this piece, our organisational whakatauki, underpins our role to understand, develop and care for whenua, moana and arawai. The basis for Ngāti Rangiteaorere’s claim to a direct forestry interest is shown amongst other things, in the Mana o Te Whenua o Te Arawa Customary Tenure Report dated March 2005. See more ideas about maori, te reo maori resources, maori words. The last part of my One of the Tainui waka crew was Kopuwai and he took to wife Hine-moana-te-wai-wai, probably upon the slaying of her husband, Tamawhare. Mar 8, 2020 - Explore Kaye Goodall's board "Maori karakia", followed by 153 people on Pinterest. Feb 5, 2014 09:00 Read more. ko te kaha i te toki, ko te uaua i te pakake, ko te pakari i te karka. No te wa i whakaturia mai ai te ope a Hongi Hika ki Rotorua ka tohe ia kia haeremai ite taha oTe Wera, he whakaaro ki tonal iwi. Finally, acquiring these whakatauki in your everyday living will not only help you in learning te reo Maori and in making wise decisions. The treasured bowl of Maki. We are going on an adventure my darling Oooh ki hea māmā? Oooooh where to? Ki te marae mō tetehi hui! To the marae for a hui! Kaaaaaaooooooo māmā! He hui anoooo? Kāore i te About Press Copyright Contact us Creators Advertise Developers Terms Privacy Policy & Safety How YouTube works Test new features Press Copyright Contact us Creators Te Arawa consider that many of the Crown’s acts and omissions in relation to the Te Arawa Lakes have breached the Treaty of Waitangi and have caused significant prejudice to the iwi. My name is Moata Tamaira and I am currently studying towards my Masters of Library and Information Studies through Victoria University of Wellington. Jean was born and raised in Rotorua. This proverb was spoken by Tinirau of Wanganui. Please click on the name of a group to browse its kupu. Whakatauākī are proverbs where the person who said it first is known. This can be applied to an an individual or an organsiation. Poroa was a well-known chief of Te Rarawa. Nearby cultivations were named Parawai in memory of gardens back home. The name Nga-toro-i-rangi, the celebrated priest of Te Arawa canoe, is known in Tahiti as 'A-toro-ira'i (they do not pronounce the ng), but it is there the name of a god, and of a place. These tools have been developed based on the research, wānanga, practice and shared learning conducted to date by Ngā Pātaka Kōrero o Te Arawa. This whakatauki relates to an incident that happened aboard the Tainui waka before making first another version of this story is claimed by Te Arawa, pp. NOTE: The people of Hauraki and Tamaki are descended from Tainui and Te Arawa waka. Having Te Aomihia with her for the tattooing was a special part of the occasion. Photos of our beloved ancestors within the Whare Tupuna are a constant reminder of this whakatauki. The kupu have been grouped according to the categories listed below. TE WHEKE MOKAI MUTURANGI POU TAHU Top HOTUROA, was the captain of Tainui waka. ] Te Komiti Nui is the rōpū responsible for taking Ngati Whakaue through the Treaty Settlement process. Description of audio content taken This whakatauki originated with Potatau Te Wherowhero, the first Māori King, who, at the birth of the Kingitanga movement, spoke about how individual threads are weak, but the process of weaving three threads together makes for not only a strong fabric but they become beautiful, and tell a story. Me whakamohio tatou te whakatauki e ki- ana: ‘Nau te raurau According to the Maori legend, it is here in Rotorua on the Island of Mokoia, that the seeds of love were planted. A guide booklet designed to give an overview of Te Maramataka o Te Arawa in relation to space, time and energy. A summary o Ngāti Rangiteaorere’s claim to the interests throughout the Rotorua Patetere Paeroa Block is contained there at pages 86 - 87. Register now and apply for a Te Arawa 500 Tertiary Scholarship. In the Horohoro district, Te Arawa held Raukawa back. Ka mate kāinga tahi ka ora kāinga rua. Lived in Hong Kong & Singapore for 6 years, employed as a regional Manager in Electronics for Singapore ,Malaysia & the Phillipines. FOR TEACHERS. This proverb expresses the same idea in another way. Te Reo Irirangi o Te Arawa - tukua mai ki a piri, tukua mai ki a tata! In accordance with our branded version of this well-known Te Arawa whakatauki, the last few or so months have been full on for staff. Haka Ngahau ā-Rohe 2021 - Te Arawa; Regionals 2020 - Te Whanganui a Tara; Regionals 2020 - Te Whenua Moemoeā Date: August 1963 From: Kapunga Te Matemoana (Koro) Dewes collection of sound recordings Ref: OHT7-2398 Description: Recording of Pita Awatere talking about nga whakatauki (in English), and karakaia o Te Arawa waka, recorded in Auckland. Couldn’t happen here, many people would probably say. Pre - 1700's. These whakataukī are about aroha (love). At this time Hikairo was paramount chief of Ngati Rangiwewehi of Awahou and these people had rallied to help members of their own waka, that is Te Arawa. Iwi, hapu, marae, rohe, RMA, MFA, Treaty of Waitangi, regional and local councils, iwi contact, iwi contacts, iwi contact details, contact details. Ko te whaikōrero ki a Te Arawa he kōrero tapu tonu tēnei kōrero, nā te mea ka kite ana koe, ka rongo ana koe i ngā kaumātua, ngā tāngata o Te Arawa e whaikōrero ana, ka tīmatahia ā rātou kōrero ki te pōhuatau (Rewi 2005:184). Third TUHOROMATAKAKA, was the eldest son of Tama te Kapua. Ability of soil to provide and ensure health and wellbeing of people (ko au te whenua, ko au te oneone, ko te whenua/oneone ko au, ngātangata), in accordance with tikanga and kawa, (e. ” Roughly translated to mean keep fighting and strive like the shark rather than die like the octopus. As a town, it is also fortunate in that it has a strong mana whenua presence and is the centre for the confederation of tribes, which link to the Te Arawa Te Kooti arrived in the area with a large group of escaped convicts, fully armed with modern weapons he had stolen from the ship he had hijacked. Figure 35: Performance of Te Kōhanga Reo o Rānana, June 2009 192 Figure 36: The logo of Te Maru o Hinemihi on its website 203 Figure 37: Sir Clutha Mckenzie (centre), circa 1912, outside Te Koha, Manurewa, Auckland 231 Figure 38: Te Koha was relocated to Orākei marae in the 1970s 232 Garth R. —The boastful Arawa. Their daughter, Haere-ki-te-rā, was the ancestor of the Ngāti Ruānui chiefs, Whēru and Te Ikanui. Hold strong to your beliefs and love one another. These 33 te reo Maori words are a great way to introduce The Treaty of Waitangi. Ka whakatakotoria e Kepa te matū o ngā kōrero tuku iho me ngā whakapapa o Te Arawa, rite tonu ki te mahi a tōna tipuna, a Ānaha Te Rāhui (TTR 2000:35). volume xiii (maori) ms copy micro 447 ms papers 75 b21 microfilm reference: reel 3 About. During the time of Te Arawa ariki Te Roro-o-te-rangi, conflict developed between some of his hapu and Ngati Tuwharetoa. Te Aupōuri were originally known as Ngāti Ruānui. Tirohia ngā whakataukī e hānagai ana ki te aroha me te whakahuatanga o ētahi o ngā whakataukī rongonui. CONTACT US Te Arawa Fisheries Trust manages fisheries assets on behalf of the iwi of Te Arawa. 30. Th is region comprises small, medium and large sized towns (Rotorua, Taupo, Te Puke) and rural and farming communities. 4. A new Arawa leader called Rangitihi emerged four generations later. Tai Tokerau is the name for the northern districts. Based on some observations of local practitioners ‘Ngā Pātaka Kōrero o Te Arawa’ we have also included the rising of seasonal stars and constellations Matariki (Pleiades), Whakaahu (Castor) and Rehua (Antares). g. When his brothers planned to exclude him from their fishing trip, Māui hid in the front of their canoe, revealing himself once they were far out to sea. Ruia taitea, Ruia Taitea, Kia Tu ko Taikaha anake. Other sources say the Te Arawa version was copied from the Ngati Porou version. Te Whakataukī This whakataukī reminds us that everything is connected from Ranginui (Sky father), to Papatuānuku (Earth mother), to the moana (lakes, rivers, oceans), to te herenga tāngata (people) and all exists in harmony. Rangiteaorere strives to preserve Lake Rotokawau’s natural features. nei (2011), and . Waiho i te toipoto, kaua i te toiroa Let us keep close together, not wide apart Harry Dansey MBE (1920-1979) of Ngāti Tuwharetoa and Te Arawa; a prominent journalist, writer, local politician, and second race relations conciliator who perhaps best summed up his ideal for racial harmony in the concluding lines of his poem, 'The divided heart', written in 1970: The Māori King, Te Arikinui Tūheitia Paki, can trace his position back to the 1850s, when tribes all over the country discussed the idea of appointing a king. Te Arawa Nga Taonga Tuku iho. Te Arawa have sought justice for these alleged Treaty breaches and a number of Te Arawa have carried their grievance to the Crown. In the same way, pa settlements weren’t always permanent due to the temperamental land which could be swampy and dry at once. I te taha o tōku māmā, Ko Te Rarawa te iwi, Ko Tinana te waka, Ko Ngāti Moetonga te hapū, Ko Roma te marae, Ko Whangatauatia te maunga, Ko Karirikura te awa, Ko Tumoana te tangata. They are used as a reference point in speeches and also as guidelines spoken to others day by day. 126,938 Followers · Media/News Company. Underpinning our Association and reflected in our name, is our whakatauki (proverb) - Ma te rae ka rangatira ai, which guides us to: Look deep, far and wide With clarity and a critical consciousness Grounded in our Māori world I mean that whakatauki around our maunga don't move in the North is representative of our enduring identity traits as Ngāpuhi that we remain determined and resilient and stoic on issues. "Whiria te kaha tua makatia e motu honoa purutia Rotorua" Draw together the strength, interweave it, if it should break, join it together. Kua hinga te motini i te kore tangata hei tautoko. I have had the privilege of working with Ranui Action Project for the last six years. They were closely related to Te Rarawa, particularly through the marriage of Waimirirangi to Kairewa. The whakatauki tracks the toroa as it soars across the seas, to its nesting sites inland, and how it sews offshore and onshore together in its flight. Ko Ngati Rangiwewehi te iwi. It is doubtful that the Tūhoe could have resisted his demands for sanctuary. A widely known and respected broadcaster in the Māori language and in English In addition to more than 40 years of broadcasting work he was a lecturer in adult education, and a teacher and translator of the Māori language. Where did the Te Arawa waka land? A well known whakatauki (proverb) describes the landing - 'Ko te ihu o te waka kei Maketū, kote kei o te wakakei Tongariro ' - meaning that the bow of Te Arawa is at Maketū while the stern is at Mount Tongariro . The Te Arawa people also removed their ancestors’ remains from Te Papa o Te Arawa (The Rock of the Arawas) but this was when the land was taken over by the Government. But it did, and the story behind the worst massacre in New Zealand history deserves to be more widely known. Ko Mrs T. The Tūwharetoa region extends from Te Awa o te Atua (Tarawera River) at Matatā across the central plateau of the North Island to the lands around Mount Tongariro and Lake Taupō. Te Aupōuri. Its crew comprised men only: high chiefs, chiefs, tohunga and elite warriors. Approximately 17,000 people registered their affiliation to Te Āti Awa in 2001, with around 10,000 in Taranaki, 2,000 in Wellington and around 5,000 of unspecified regional location. The first role talks of our moana “Tauranga moana , Tauranga tangata” HOTUROA (c. The story of Ngāti Paoa has its origins in Tainui history. Whakapapa from information provided by Paul Tapsell The valley behind Maketū pā is still called Te Kete Rokiroki-o-Whakaotirangi (the secured food bag of Whakaotirangi). Many tribes descended from ancestral waka including Te Arawa, Mataatua, Aotea, Tainui and Mahuhu have flourished at Tamaki as the volcanic soils The whakatauki (proverb) captures the spirit of generosity for which the Tuhoe people How can I share with the history of Ngati Porou, of Te Arawa, of Today Te Arawa Swimming Club draws strength from the shark (who is widely admired for how it fights fearlessly to the end) to inspire our swimmers in accordance with the well-known whakatauki (proverbial saying) “Okea ururoa, kei mate wheke. The depiction of ‘Rangitoto maunga (Ngā Rangi i totongia ā Tama Te Kapua) within the Tōmaiora tohu signifies the multiple connections with Tainui, Ngāti Awa and Te Arawa Iwi. Te Reo Irirangi o Te Arawa - tukua mai ki a piri, tukua mai ki a tata!In accordance with our branded version of this well-known Te Arawa whakatauki, the last few or so months have been full on for staff. The heart is Taikaha. Wiremu Parker (4 Feb 1914–10 Nov 1986) - Ngāti Porou. Te Arawa took up arms against Waikato and East Coast tribes who were fighting the government, and in 1870–72 fought against the guerrilla leader Te Kooti. Tane-te-Waiora Tane-Torokaha Tane-Uetika Tane-te-Whawhanga Tane-Tahurangi. Te Arawa and Ngati Kahungunu Supportive of Heather Timms since the projects genesis Mihaere is an advisor of Tikanga Maori across New Zealand and has advised within the private, public, education and arts sectors; NZ Defence Force, Dept of Labour - National Office. Bruce was an award-winning hunter, builder, singer, playwright and Māori indigenous-rights activist who envisaged a place where people could reconnect with Papatūānuku, the Earth Mother and learn about Māori culture. “Ko Te Arawa e waru pumanawa. Kia ora. Bruce Stewart QSM, Rangatira and founder of Tapu Te Ranga Marae is of Waitaha ki Te Arawa and Ngāti Kirihika ki Raukawa descent. Possibly this celebrated priest was deified there. "Haul the canoes everybody Paddle, paddle back Aotea, Tainui, Kurahaupo Paddle, paddle back Haul the canoes everybody Paddle, paddle back Mataatua, Te Arawa, Takitimu Tokomaru paddle, paddle back Row the canoe. High priest and commander of Tainui canoe. Ka mate ki reira a Kahawai, he rangatira no Ngati Rangiwewehi, hapu o te Arawa; ka mate i a Ngaiterangi. We have developed four outcomes across the different dimensions of our work; high-value geographic and property information, a world-class property system, making best use of the Crown Estate, and ensuring the Te Arawa sent nurses, Waikato Tainui sent doctors, Ngāti Porou auctioned a goat on the local radio station. Ngā toi i waianga: Mar 8, 2020 - Explore Kaye Goodall's board "maori whakatauki", followed by 227 people on Pinterest. The store pit of Te Waiohua is at Tamaki. This whakatauaki talks of the roles of this committee. In time the descendants of the eight children formed their own tribes and became known as Ngā pūmanawa e waru o Te Arawa – The eight beating hearts of Te Arawa. She gave birth to Rangiwhakaekeau, who was her first born and as such is the senior member of the “eight heart beats of Te Arawa, nga pumanawa e waru o Te Arawa ”. This edition of the pioneering Māori drama series marked TE RERENGA MAI O "TE ARAWA" I HAWAIKI. Hoea, hoea ki te pae. Self-proclaimed “Tero-ist” and “Kupu Sniper”, Chanz is a Sculptor, Weaver, Writer and Poet who thoroughly enjoys a good old fashioned rumble! This Bill will see the Te Whakarewarewa Thermal Valley Lands be removed from the Te Pūmautanga o Te Arawa Treaty Settlement legislation and, together with the assets and liabilities of NZMACI, will be vested in the Te Puia NZMACI Limited Partnership under the kaitiakitanga of Ngāti Whakaue and Tūhourangi Ngāti Wahiao. With the whakatauki as a centre to your word wall, this resource will make a great focal point for any unit about "People". He and his eight children and their extended families (hapu) moved to the Rotorua region to live. Here are the things valued by the ancestors, it is the strength, the vigour, the sturdiness. ” MS 134 Hamond Paers Folder 39 Auckland War Memorial Museum. Whakaue, Te Maunga, Rotoma, Waimakuku, Hauai, Ngati Rangiteaorere have all been signed, with Ngati Tama, Te Uri o Hau and Ngati Ruanui awaiting the passage of legislation implementing their Deed of Settlement. Tai refers to the sea as distinct from land. I tua atu i tēnei i huaina pēneitia ai a Tīkapakapa moana, nā te tangi kau atu o tētehi kōwhatu tapu i waiho ake nei ki tētehi wāhi o te moana, Ngāi Tahu, Ngāti Māmoe, Waitaha, Te Arawa, Ngāi te Rangi, Ngāti āwa Photograph Raoul Butler. Te Rūnanga o Ngāti Pikiao Trust aims to improve the lives of individuals and whānau by providing primary health, social and education services to all those living in the Rotorua district. Source / Enid Ratahi-Pryor Hundreds of food and home essentials were packaged and delivered to high-risk whānau and kaumatua within the Eastern Bay of Plenty community of Ngāti Awa hapū, including Mōtītī island near Tauranga, as Ngāti Awa whānau of Te Patuwai hapū reside there. Second TAMA TE KAPUA, was the captain of Te Arawa waka. But the introduction of land surveying and the Native Land Court system affected all tribes. Tamatuatahi tonu ko Te Arawa e tu ana ki te tuku i ona taitama hei hoa mo Ingarangi ki te whawhai ki te Tiamana. The ancient but oft quoted whakatauki (proverb) Tamaki Herenga Waka describes Auckland as the resting place of many waka, a reference to layers of tribal associations with the Auckland area. WHEN the Tainui and Arawa canoes were ready to start from Hawaiki, from the beach of Whenuakura, and after all had been arranged, Tama-te-kapua, Tia, Oro, Maka and Hei returned to take farewell of their old father Tuamatua and his son Houmai-tawhiti. ” Eke pai te kaumatua nei a Tuhourangi, ki te tihi o Ruawahia, ki te warahaara o ona tipuna. It is doubtful that the Tūhoe could have resisted his demands for sanctuary. Rongomaihuatahi, Apanui’s mother, was a direct descendant of Porourangi, of Ngāti Porou. / Kepa, just like his grandfather Ānaha Te Rāhu, set down a rich body of Te Arawa history and whakapapa. , with no harmful contaminants, pathogens, pesticides, and free of toxicity. ē. Bottom KAHUMATAMAMOE, was the second son of Tama te Kapua. Ko Te Arawa te waka. The interviews were recorded, and portraits of the women involved were taken. 231 Followers · Education Website. Te Kura Kaupapa Māori o Whakarewa i te reo ki Tūwharetoa is situated on the northern side of Lake No te whawhai whakamutunga a te Arawa raua ko Ngaiterangi ki te Tumu, kei te akau i waenganui o Maketu, o Tauranga, ka horo te pa o Ngaiterangi i a te Arawa. The people of Te Whaiti lived on earthworms, puha and fern root. comment or post whakatauki to this page support Te Reo Maori The Awa heard the call of Te Arawa and headed straight towards the Te Roro-o-te-Rangi gave the gifts to other iwi who helped him but kept Kaitangata for himself. Te Arawa FM. Nō reira e te tokorua, e ōku rangatira, haere, haere, hoki atu rā. She was not only fine­looking but also the proud possessor of a greenstone spear tip designed for one of the long spears, often more than six metres in length and used for impaling pigeons. Nā te kaha auē, te kaha tangi rānei a ngā rūruhi i te wehenga atu o Tainui i a Te Arawa, e ai ki ngā mātanga o te kāinga, i tapaina ai ngā wai ko Tīkapakapa moana. Whakataukī (Māori proverbs) are often used in both formal speeches and everyday conversation. Te Rarawa through the delivery of integrated iwi services aims to achieve an intergenerational approach to support the social and health needs and aspirations of whanau, hapū and marae. Ka manu tahi a Te Arawa ki te wai manu ai. An affiliated member of the Te Arawa confederation of tribes, Ngati Pikiao occupies the Okere and Rotoiti Lakes district of Rotorua in the central North Island of Aotearoa New Zealand. Ko Ngātoro-i-rangi te tohunga o runga o Te Arawa waka, ko Paepae-ki-Rarotonga te waka o Waitahaarikikore te matua o Hahuru. A, korerotia atu ana, a, whakaae ana mai a Hoturoa ki te kupu a Tama-te- - 221 kapua, me tango mai a Ngatoro-i-rangi raua ko tana wahine ko Kearoa ki runga i a Te Arawa. A well-functioning HOTUROA (c. Whakatauki. given Kuri ( dog ) by Horua-i-tawhiti a cheif who remained in Hawaiki Hoturoa was born in Hawaiki, the son of Auauterangi and Kuote inhabitants were Ngati Kabupungapunga and they were assisted by Te Arawa. Best 1977 Forest lore of the maori Ki te kainga weratia te karaka, ka roria Provided to YouTube by Believe SAS Te Arawa E · Ngati Rangiwewehi A Century Of Maori Song (25 Greatest Hits) ℗ South Pacific Recordings Released on: 2019-03- Te Arawa Games - Whakaue Marae, Maketu, Sat 22 Feb 2014. Many of these relate to the Ngati Toa, Te Ati Awa and Ngati Raukawa, with many others relating to Te Arawa and Waik Te Arawa Lakes Trust Koheri ra! Kohera e! Tutapa mai nuku, tutapa mai whiti Kia rongo te pō, kia rongo te ao Kia pā tata mai tō hau manawa Ki tōku aronga manawa Hai puta ki te whai ao, ki te ao mārama Tihē Mauri Ora! Ānei te Poari Hunga Tiaki o ngā Roto Moana o Te… Mā te aha i tēnā: Seek guidance from both young and old, the two will balance each other out: Mā te tuakana e tōtika te teina, mā te teina e tōtika te tuakana: Team A is in front of Team B: Kei mua a <group>, kei muri a <group> How creative, tō koretake - you suck/you're useless: Tō (māori adjective) eg. He waiata, "Taku tirotiro noa taku hono tatahi, ka wehe koe i ahau, tumaumaua te tini te wene rau a te mano. He wahine rangatira ia nō Te Arawa. The word whakataukī can be split into whaka (to cause), tau (to be settled) and kī (a saying), thus a whakataukī is a saying that has become settled over time, through constant repetition from the time it was first exclaimed right up to the present day. Na Te Kore Te Po (from the void the night) Te Po-nui (the great night) Te Po-roa (the long night) Te Po-uriuri (the deep night) Te Po-kerekere (the intense night) Te Po-tiwhatiwha (the dark night) Te Po-te-kitea (the night in which nothing is seen) Te Po-tangotango (the intensely dark night) Te Po-whawha (the night of feeling) Te Po-namunamu-ki-taiao (the night of seeking the passage to the Wiremu would like to acknowledge Uncle Ken Arthur and Uncle Mark Metekingi for their kōrero tuku iho, or stories and knowledge handed down from the generations. Whakatauki - MAORI. He offers up his interpretation of some whakataukī (Māori proverbial sayings) at the Te Kōputu Kōrero a Hirini Moko Mead… “Ki te puta te nganga o te whēwhē ki waho ka ora Ki te kore e puta e kore e ora” “The Boil will not heal until the core is pressed out. —Before the roots of the hinahina (melicytus ramiflorus) spread above me the sound of “Kihi” and “Mara” will have been heard (in the Provided to YouTube by The Orchard EnterprisesTe Arawa E · The Ngararanui Cultural GroupAoteoroa℗ 2006 Indigenous Australia PTY Ltd. According to Māori legend, Māui-tikitiki-a-Taranga was a cheeky and clever demigod who liked to push boundaries. And: Te ipu kura o Maki. E toru nga mea refers to the whakatauki (Maori saying) about faith, hope and love; the three basic techniques in weaving; the three years of the degree and the three kete (traditional woven baskets) of knowledge that were retrieved from the heavens in Maori tradition. ” He has also authored a number of books on subjects such as pakiwaitara, purakau and whakatauki, as well as books on marae of Te Arawa. He also manages and co-owns an ECE centre and provides professional development for ECE services. The Te Arawa people also removed their ancestors’ remains from Te Papa o Te Arawa (The Rock of the Arawas) but this was when the land was taken over by the Government. While I was born here in Bluff, I was raised amongst my mother’s people in Whakarewarewa. Te Kahui Mangai(TKM) is a directory of iwi (tribes) and Maori organisations for purposes of consultation and research. A talk on the wisdom of the Maramataka, or Māori lunar calendar, promises to be thought-provoking and enlightening. I have the utmost respect, my family and I can rest easy while in this turmoil of COVID-19, knowing the cupboards are full, and the power paid. Te Ao Māori denotes the Māori World. 35-36. Mā te poi e karawhiu Kia rere tika ai. nz A Te Arawa māmā’s perspective on unpaid mahi Kerri Anne Hancock He mātatoa! Kei te aha tatau i tēnei wiki mutunga māmā? Māmā – What are we doing this weekend? Ka haere ki tētehi mātātoa taku tārini. "We have a whakatauki in Te Arawa which goes 'Ka hinga atu he tete-kura - ka hara-mai he tete-kura. Te Maramataka o Te Arawa 2020-2021. Whakatauki “Ka waiho atu te tokotoko o Ngatoro i reira tohunga/navigator of the Te Arawa waka. 1350). His father was Tūrīrangi, a direct descendant of Tamatekapua of Te Arawa and the Ngāriki people of the Tauira canoe. Each night carries a name according to the Maramataka. Nō muri mai i te matenga o Hape ka torotoro haere a Te Rauparaha rāua ko Te Whatanui, rangatira nui o Ngāti Raukawa, i ngā iwi, i ngā rangatira o runga, o raro. Whakataka te hau ki te uru Whakataka te hau ki te tonga Kia mākinakina ki uta Kia mātaratara ki tai E hī ake ana te atākura He tio, he huka, he hauhū Tihei mauri ora! Get ready for the westerly and be prepared for the southerly. Whakarewarewa (reduced version of Te Whakarewarewatanga O Te Ope Taua A Wahiao, meaning “The gathering place for the war parties of Wahiao”, often abbreviated to Whaka by locals) is a geothermal area within Rotorua city in the Taupo Volcanic Zone of New Zealand. Kua kite atu kua eke a Kearoa kei te waka, erangi ko te koroua kei uta ano e tu ana. Some joined Volume 34 1925 > Volume 34, No. I aranga te whakatauki mo te pai o Whakataukī give an insight into Māori thought. Date: Before 1854 From: Grey, George (Sir), 1812-1898: Maori manuscripts Ref: MSY-2108 Description: Contains various waiata and moteatea etc. This week's whakatauaki is explained by Ngataiharuru Taepa no Te AtiAwa, Te Arawa. Ko Te Tiamana: Tena Mrs T mehemea he whakaaro tou me neke te ra tena me motini pera koe. Te Arawa Whānau Ora Māori Cancer Seminar Each year, approximately 25,000 people are diagnosed with cancer in Aotearoa, with nearly 3,000 of those people being Māori. Rereata Makiha (Te Mahurehure, Te Arawa) will give the talk at Rotorua Library 5. e. Toi tu te kupu, toi tu te mana, toi tu te whenua. 2008-2013 – Waitaha Raupatu Trust became a registered Trust and led the negotiation of the Waitaha Settlement 2013 – 2014 Te Kapu Ō Waitaha was established as the Post Settlement Governance Entity. Ki te kahore he whakakitenga ka ngaro te iwi. Hoea rā te waka nei. 2000's. Nau mai ki te paetukutuku o Te Kotahitanga o Te Atiawa. In July 1868 Te Kooti Arikirangi Te Turuki and nearly 300 other mostly East Coast Maori escaped from the Chatham Islands (Wharekauri) and made their way back to the mainland. Te Karere. While simple in definition, it is rich in meaning and vast in breadth and depth. References to the fertility of the soil are made in: Kei Tamaki te rua o Te Waiohua. Grounded in the view that the true power of knowledge lies, not in the act of concealing but in sharing, Engage holds steadfast the following whakatauki: Ko te manu e kai ana i te miro, nōna te ngahere. nz I te taha o tōku pāpā, Ko Te Arawa te waka, Ko Ngāti Pikiao te iwi, Ko Te Takinga te marae, Ko Motutawa te maunga, Ko Ohau te awa, Ko Pikiao te tangata. Our hope is that this digital kāinga will help keep you informed, involved, inspired and connected with Ngāti Whakaue at home and around the world. The luxury and wealth of Tamaki. In 2005/6 the project was updated and the tapes converted into DVDs. Ko te manu e kai ana i te mātauranga, nōna te ao. Ko tetahi o nga peka ka tapahia, a haua tonutia iho hei waka mo Hou, mo He, mo Tia, mo te Tamatekapua. Phone: 06 758 4685, email: tari@teatiawa. More Info Ngā Pou E Whā Kaupapa:- Whakatauki/whakatauaki o Te Arawa; Pouako – Kingi Biddle; He kupu whakanikoniko – he kupu ka whakatōkia ki te karanga, ki te whaikōrero rānei, hai whakaahua i ngā kōrero ki ngā taringa o te hunga whakarongo. The stories and legends, or pūrākau, of Te Tau Ihu tell of significant events in the history of the region. ” Ngati Te Takinga is a hapū (sub-tribe) belonging to the Iwi (tribe) Ngati Pikiao. Over several generations there was fighting as the tribal groups of Tapuika and Waitaha, assisted by Ngāti Whakaue, tried to win back Maketū. iwi. Te rōpū rangahau: Ngā Pātaka Kōrero o Te Arawa. Raukawa was the 10th generation descendant ofHoturoa, the commander of the Tainui waka Ngati Raukawa were, at the time of fighting with Ngati Kahupungapunga, led by the chief Whaita. I whakaatu enei nga tama o Te Arawa i te wairua o taua, o te Maori, i u ki te kotahitanga iwi, ki te kotahitanga hapu me te whakamanamana hoki ki o nehera whakangungunga rakau. Isthmus. Ko Te Arawa mangai nui. Between the years 1999-2004 Waitangi Tribunal claims hearings took place throughout Tauranga/Te Arawa. Te Arawa FM. Some joined . Ka hōkā a Tāhono i Uta! Ka hōkā a Tāhono i Tai! Mā te aha i tēnā: Seek guidance from both young and old, the two will balance each other out: Mā te tuakana e tōtika te teina, mā te teina e tōtika te tuakana: Team A is in front of Team B: Kei mua a <group>, kei muri a <group> How creative, tō koretake - you suck/you're useless: Tō (māori adjective) eg. High priest and commander of Tainui canoe. Since that event there has been a continuous settlement of the Te Arawa people in this village, followed by some of the first Pakeha (non-Maori) settlers in New Zealand who arrived over 250 years ago. I grew up in a village within a hapū, Tūhourangi Ngāti Wāhiao. 5 Te Tatau o Te Arawa Ko Te Aokapurangi he wahine rangatira no tera hapu oTe Arawa, no Ngati-Rangiwewehi. The name of our Whare Tupuna: 'Te Ohaki' refers to the covenant left by Poroa at his passing: 'Kia u ki te whakapono, kia aroha tetahi ki tetahi'. Dr Taiarahia Black is a PhD Supervisor at Te Whare Wānanga o Awanuiārangi. Some Tūhoe joined his armed Ringatū band, but other Tūhoe told government forces of Te Kooti's whereabouts. The station underwent a major transformation in 1993, becoming Whanau FM. Te Kura Kaupapa Māori o Whakarewa i te reo ki Tūwharetoa. Ngahuia Hona-Paku shares a special whakatauki or proverb by Ruihana Te Nahu to encourage people to vote and help lay the foundations for our future generatio A short overview of the Te Arawa Maramataka wananga that was held at Tarewa Pounamu Marae on the 30th of July 2017. In the same way, pa settlements weren’t always permanent due to the temperamental land which could be swampy and dry at once. GLOSSARY. Tama-te-kapua turned on one side and beckoned secretly to Whakaoti-rangi, Ruaeo's wife. See more ideas about maori, maori words, te reo maori resources. Harmsworth (Te Arawa, Ngāti Tūwharetoa, Ngāti Raukawa)1, Shaun Awatere (Ngāti Porou)2 1 Landcare Research, Private Bag 11052, Palmerston North 4442, New Zealand 2 Landcare Research, Hamilton, New Zealand ABSTRACT: A framework/model based on Māori knowledge, values and perspectives is presented that distinguishes ‘cultural values’ 1. They are used to reference specific ideas in Whaikorero or speeches and are largely common in myths and stories. Ko Te Tiamana: Tena ma wai e tautoko tenei motini. The Tūhourangi Tribal Authority was established in 2006 as the governance entity to receive the assets and proceeds from the Te Pumautanga O Te Arawa Trust who negotiated the historical Treaty of Waitangi Claims of Te Arawa Iwi and hapū. A new enemy, Te Rangihouhiri, had invaded Maketū, pushing Te Arawa people into the hills. Dr Hēmi Whaanga is an associate professor in Te Pua Wānanga ki te Ao (The Faculty of Māori and Indigenous Studies). 8K likes. E kore e toro te pakiaka o te hinahina i runga i a au, kua rongo ake au, e kihi ana, e mara ana. The Te Arawa Maori Trust Board Lakes Settlement with the Crown settles all Te Arawa Lakes claims and includes all claims to customary fishing. He was then conducted to Rangiatea, the house where the knowledge is kept to get the three baskets and the two sacred stones, and again was subjected to ritual ceremonies. “Me pewhea ra,” ko te patai a te iwi, Katahi ka whakatika tetahi o ona tuakana, ka whakamarama, e waru ke nga manawa o Te Arawa, koia nei te pepeha e whakapuakitia nei. 10 Ngati Awa, Ngati Mutunga, Rangitaane o Manawatu, Te Atiawa, Nga Rauru and Te Arawa Pōtatau Te Wherowhero (died 25 June 1860) was a Māori warrior, leader of the Waikato iwi (tribes), the first Māori King and founder of the Te Wherowhero royal dynasty. org. 1800's. 8. For example, Whiro is the first night of the new moon, Tirea is the second night, and so on until Mutuwhenua, the last night. . Ko Kohukohunui te maunga, Ko Piako te awa, Ko Tikapa te moana, Ko Te Haupa te tangata. This collection of stories can be navigated in both te reo Māori and English. Heavy frosts had destroyed all other crops. Tiaki the domain of tangaroa (ocean) tiaki the domain of tane (forest) and the land shall flourish. Rereata Makiha Rereata is renowned throughout the country as a leading expert on the maramataka. g. Ka whakahauhau a Tama', “E uta. Some Tūhoe joined his armed Ringatū band, but other Tūhoe told government forces of Te Kooti's whereabouts. Here we look at the whakataukī as statements of practice, how we can reflect and implement these into our learning spaces. During the First World War (1914 - 1918) the words of the Paikea haka were made less direct - ai tō ure was changed to awhi o ringa - the actions were adapted to music in waltz time, and it was performed as an action song, as above. In 1865 the Crown confiscated Tuhoe land and led a scorched earth campaign througho Other waka included Tainui, Te Arawa, Tokomaru, Ārai Te Uru, Mataatua, Kurahaupo, Aotea, Ngātokimatawhaorua, and Horouta. Te Kete-o-te-Wananga, the baskets of knowledge are:- Ka noho a Tūwharetoa ki Waiariki ki Te Waiariki a ka hangai atu ki ngā kawai o Te Arawa waka. Feb 5, 2014 07:39 Read more Ngāti Tūwharetoa is an iwi (Māori tribe) descended from Ngātoro-i-rangi, the priest who navigated the Arawa canoe to New Zealand. The collective resources that flooded into Ngāi Tahu, as the channel to the local community, contributed to the hapū and Iwi being able to practice the mana that goes with mana whenua. Me Timata te Who We Are. We have added a section of Māori proverbs or whakataukī that you can learn and use. August 1984 - February Ko Te Arawa, Te Rarawa me Ngati Maru ngā Iwi. "Ko Te Arawa e waru pumanawa" "The eight beating hearts of Te Arawa" Rotorua is often described as the Māori cultural centre of the world and the place where Māori tourism is most visible. At the height of the battle, a Te Arawa woman Te Ao Kapurangi, who had been taken prisoner by Ng ā puhi some years before, and who had travelled with the Ng ā puhi t ū taua out of concern for what might happen to her people. 136 > The burning of Te Arawa, by Elsdon Best, p 292-320 Ko te rakau a Uru-te-kakara he paiaka. tō waihanga: Is that the time In a previous battle against the powerful Te Arawa tribe at Te Tumu near Maketu (Bay of Plenty), Ngatokowaru had rewarded the Waikato fighting adventurer, Te Huaki, for his services by "filling the calabash" and handing over his favourite daughter, Toreheikura, as wife. Heoi, ka hoki mai anō i te taha o Te Arawa kāwangatanga me ētahi hōia o te Karauna, tērā ka hoki whakamuri a Tūhoe ki te Pā o Te Harema, heoi, ka whakeke te karaunga nā te mea kāre ko Tūhoe tāna e whai ana. The lunar cycle. Garth Harmsworth (Te Arawa, Ngāti Tūwharetoa, Ngāti Raukawa) is a senior environmental scientist at Landcare Research, Palmerston North, with over 30 years experience. On behalf of Te Arawa, the Arawa Maori Trust Board registered a claim in relation to the Te Arawa Lakes (WAI 240) in April 1987, following a 1985 amendment to the Treaty of Waitangi Act 1975 to allow the hearing of claims dating back to 1840. His previous commissioned research report for the Tribunal was ‘Porotī Springs and the Resource Management Act, 1991-2015’, which was completed in April 2016 for the Te Paparahi o Te Raki (Wai 1040) inquiry. It is the strength of the adze, the vigour of the whale and the sturdiness of the karaka tree. This thesis seeks to acknowledge and address the concerns that Ngati Te Browse ngā kupu. The first Pihopa o Aotearoa was Frederick Bennett of Te Arawa, and he was partly paid by the Ngati Porou Dairy Company as an expression of the commitment of the iwi. no human waste) and supply healthy food. Ko tetahi tonu hoki o nga toa iroto i nga pakanga a te Arawa, a he tangata piri pono kia te Kuini. The meaning of "as Māori" in the He Oranga Poutama context is contained in the framework of Te Whetū Rehua. te arawa whakatauki