Rawiri Whakapapa

Kupe and Tara Why my Whanau came to New Zealand 4. Shape of tribal whakapapa. Keisha Castle-Hughes and Rawiri Paratene in Whale Rider. views of whakapapa, whänau and tamariki as practiced within tikanga Mäori. 10 {Waiorongomai 10 (Lake)} Title Details Report - Block 19263 Block ID : 19263 Land Status : Maori Freehold Land District : Aotea Plan : ML 1252. Years ago my half brother Wiremu Kaukau and I ventured to the far North seeking his whakapapa and Iwi. An iwi blossoms - Ngāti Hinerangi take back their mana after signing a Deed of Settlement refuge marrying into other iwi and taking their whakapapa with them. whakapapa help used to lure maori to libraries Christchurch Central Library is running two whakapapa workshops as a way to mark Matariki, the Maori new year. 1 Ko te pukapuka o te whakapapa o Ihu Karaiti, tama a Rawiri, tama a Aperahama. issued: 2005: en: dc. Paraihe, Haimona. The whakapapa (genealogy) and histories of iwi Ma¯ori (tribe/peoples) are continued within oral histories, and they are represented in our taonga (Ma¯ori treasures) such as toi whakairo (carving), ta¯ moko (tattoo), and whatu raranga (weaving). Tahu has 1 job listed on their profile. 24, 2018, 4:29 p. In the little green cemetery in the famous old Pa of Otamataha at Tauranga, overlooking the noble harbour, the gallant Englishmen sleep their last sleep, and there Colonel Booth and his grand old enemy, Rawiri, slumber side by side, true warriors and brave, who fell, each fighting for his nation's honour, deadly foemen, that stirring day of '64. He was the son of Nukutara and Mapuna and was of the Te Atiawa and Taranaki iwi. Te Ururoa Flavell / by Hira Nathan. Rawiri Waititi will stand for the Māori Party in Waiariki at September's general election. Her father is the actor Rawiri Paratene. " Two hectares of land will be ear marked as a part of the tribes treaty claim. The story of Rawiri Tamanui and Areoma. Learn more about our whakapapa here. Editor: Marcus Matawhero Lloyd - 67 pages. This article explores findings from the feather identification of Ma¯ori. Please continue to review this website for updates from the Ministry of Health COVID-19 Update - Ministry of Health NZ. These helped people remember whakapapa – some people could recite hundreds of names. Date: Oct 2009 From: Sound arts, By: Toia, Rawiri, INNZNA Description: Explains the importance of whakapapa knowledge for Māori artists, and comments on how these aspects can be overlooked in conventional performing arts education. I was raised by my grandmother who was born and schooled at Te Hapua Native School. Ngāti Paoa are planning to build a new marae at Pt England, East Auckland. The Hui - Politics News. Whakapapa expresses the coming into existence of all phenomena, both the tangible (natural phenomena) and intangible realities (values, qualities, and levels of consciousness). The word whakapapa is best understood to mean genealogy – the recording and reciting of family connections through the generations. Rawiri Motutere was also known as Rawiri Koheta. Waikato's relationship with, and respect for our waterways gives rise to the responsibilities to protect the mana and mauri of our fresh water and exercise mana whakahaere. An iwi blossoms - Ngāti Hinerangi take back their mana after signing a Deed of Settlement refuge marrying into other iwi and taking their whakapapa with them. Awatea, Taranaki, Nga-Ti-Hau Nga-Ti-Rua-Nui by John White. 10 {Waiorongomai 10 (Lake)} Title Details Report - Block 19263 Block ID : 19263 Land Status : Maori Freehold Land District : Aotea Plan : ML 1252. At its meeting on 29 June 2017, the Council appointed Rawiri Faulkner as commissioner with experience in Mātauranga Māori, to the PMEP hearings panel (Minute number C. 10 He tūtohu whenua 148 6. Each of these dynamics means that mainstream Western therapeutic. View Tahu Rawiri's profile on LinkedIn, the world's largest professional community. Lack of whakapapa knowledge 6. The Under-Secretary, Native Department, to Mr. These inequities will be perpetuated unless deliberate steps are taken to include Indigenous peoples in all parts of cancer research. Giving with no expectation of return. Knowing who you are and where you belong. 7-8 Migration of Ngāi Tahu in Te Waipounamu. An area of 290,000 acres was subsequently proclaimed as subject to the New Zealand Settlements Act. “I'm on a journey at the moment to understand more about my whakapapa. Although it is very probable that the kumara was brought to New Zealand by more than one of the canoes which reached its shores in the days of the early migrations, the honour of its first introduction is a point that has been hotly contested by the descendants of each set of immigrants; and when it is remembered that, besides being the article of food most highly prized by the Maori, the seed. Awatea, Taranaki, Nga-Ti-Hau Nga-Ti-Rua-Nui by John White. I'm a decendent of Pairoke who married William Jenkins in Waikanae on 19 Feb 1849, they lived on her land around Raumati. Posted on: Tuesday April 21st, 2020 - 9:51 pm. Whakapapa Club Whakapapa Club Forums Whakapapa - Where to Start Maori Naming Conventions. By your grace, grant us the tools to protect the whakapapa of our communities and assist our fellow New Zealanders. More recently this increased to 4%. MyHeritage is the best place for families online. Rawiri Tinirau, Chair of Te Kaunihera Matua o te Hui Aranga. Hauauru Rawiri - Trustee Charles Taka Peters - Trustee Michael Paki - Trustee Bernadette Mohi - Trustee. Evans, ONZM, MAgrSc Lincoln, MA MS PhD Wisc Viv Hall, MCom PhD Auck L. Terry Ryan is the Secretary of Rehua Marae. | Ngāti Kahungunu, Ngāti Kahungunu Iwi Inc, Aorangi Māori Trust Board, | Iwi | Ngāti Kahungunu. • Pūtaketanga theory advocates that everything has a genealogy or a whakapapa • It therefore surmises that nothing manifests from out of thin air. Whakapapa expresses the coming into existence of all phenomena, both the tangible (natural phenomena) and intangible realities (values, qualities, and levels of consciousness). Nothing doing!I'm keen to know if you can scan a picture of the photos of which you have mentioned to Sue. 56 The Scarecrow Press, Inc. Matthew 1 Maori Bible (MAORI). This is a reprint of the abridged Prayer Book , forty-two hymns, and the Psalms of 1840 (Nos. Loved by many, especially his devoting wife Margaret Priestley, his five surviving children: Peter, Stephen, Paul, Anthea and Michael, and his many mokopuna. 94, 21 Nov 1911, p. Like Smith, Ngai Tahu historian, Rawiri Te Maire Tau also highlighted the specifically indigenous importance of whakapapa as 'the skeletal structure to mātauranga Māori' or what he calls 'Māori epistemology' (Tau 2001, p. He’s comfortable challenging the status quo — as he did, for instance, more than a dozen years ago as a King’s College student unimpressed by the school’s neglect of reo Māori. In May Auckland social services provider VisionWest was the venue for a hui for NZCCSS members and other interested community social service organisations on how best to work alongside Iwi/Māori and to understand Section 7AA of Child Youth and Family (Oranga Tamariki) Legislation Act due to come into force 1 July 2019. 2 Na ko ta Aperahama ko Ihaka; ta Ihaka ko Hakopa; ta Hakopa ko Hura ratou ko ona tuakana, ko ona teina;. Her father is the actor Rawiri Paratene. Taiwhanga was a man of rank and influence and his acceptance of Christianity was the first conversion of note. Register now. 1898 February 2, 1898. Noho haumaru, nā tō hoa, Dr Rawiri Taonui. 2 Na ko ta Aperahama ko Ihaka; ta Ihaka ko Hakopa; ta Hakopa ko Hura ratou ko ona tuakana, ko ona teina; 3 Ta Hura raua ko Tamara ko Parete raua ko Hara; ta Parete ko Heteromo; ta Heteromo ko Arame; 4 Ta Arame ko Aminarapa; ta Aminarapa ko Nahona; ta Nahona ko Haramono;. Māori names are unique in the world and it is not just Māori who are choosing Māori names for new additions to their whānau. Our greatest challenge today being Ngāti Paoa, is to grow our settlement for future generations of Ngāti Paoa tomorrow. 53-54 Ward, Alan. The Under-Secretary, Native Department, to Mr. She began collecting and recording waiata (songs), whakapapa (genealogies) and korero tawhito (history) from her extended family. Ko Te Ramaroa-ā-Kupe te maunga whakahirahira, Te maunga whakaruruhau, Te maunga kōrero; He rama mo tō rae, hei. Rawiri‐David‐ Waretini‐Junior everything has a genealogy or a whakapapa •It therefore surmises that nothing manifests from out of thin air. "This bill is part of our Treaty settlement, the opportunity to buy back our own tribal land and develop and enhance it, if Parliament does not enact this bill then Ngāti Paoa Treaty settlement cannot proceed. 7/01/2015 12. Whakapapa are recalled in waiata (songs), especially in oriori sung to children. Whiritoa Beach on the Coromandel Peninsula from the north end. Haka Pohiri at Te Poho o Rawiri Marae. Stowell (Hare Hongi). Pūtaketanga model • This model contextualises theories and perspectives by asking what are underlying factors that contribute to societal issues. Open page Rawiri Taonui, Mana tamariki: Cultural alienation – Māori child homicide and abuse Arrow Open page Te Ara Story: Ngā mātua — Māori parenting Tatai Korero: whakapapa (Te Reo) - Whānau Māori share their views and experiences of parenting. My name is Rawiri Smith and I am employed by Kahungunu ki Wairarapa as a Resource Consent Officer. Kahungunu ki Wairarapa is a legally established organisation responsible to the Ngati Kahungunu people of Wairarapa. The whakapapa recalls the connection between things past and things present. 0 Clauses 10 and 16 of the First Schedule 2. He mea whakapapa enei ki o ratou kainga ake; na Rawiri raua ko Hamuera matakite ratou i whakarite kia tuturu ki taua mahi English All these which were chosen to be porters in the gates were two hundred and twelve. Ngāpuhi (or Ngā Puhi) is a Māori iwi located in the Northland region of New Zealand, and centred in the Hokianga, the Bay of Islands, and Whangarei. Many can trace their whakapapa (ancestry) back to Takitimu and Horouta waka (migration canoes) that arrived in Tairawhiti , and back to the famous ancestor Paikea. "Birth Registration is free, and registering your baby as soon as possible is an important step for all parents. Te Whānau ā Apanui yesterday placed a rāhui over 130 kilometres of coastline between west of Hāwai and Whakatiri or Lottin Point. Ngāpuhi has the largest affiliation of any iwi, with 125,601 people identifying as Ngāpuhi in the 2013 census, and formed from 150 hapū/subtribes, with 55 marae. Ko Rawiri Motutere i mōhiotia hoki ko Rawiri Koheta. My ancestors Topia Peehi Turoa 6. Each of the five kura selected by the Ministry of Education (the Ministry) and Te Rūnanga Nui o Ngā Kura Kaupapa Māori o Aotearoa (Te Rūnanga Nui) to participate in this study are successful in their own rights. Whakapapa presentation 1. 3458; NZ Gazette No. Davis, Shaun William (also known as Walker, Sean William James and Ching, Philip James), 11A Hobson Street, Woolston, Christchurch – 29 August 2017. In May Auckland social services provider VisionWest was the venue for a hui for NZCCSS members and other interested community social service organisations on how best to work alongside Iwi/Māori and to understand Section 7AA of Child Youth and Family (Oranga Tamariki) Legislation Act due to come into force 1 July 2019. Accordingly, a collective approach to negotiations with the Crown has required the individual Iwi and Iwi affiliated claimant groups to make notable. His full name was Rawiri Te Hauparoa ( grandson of Rangituatea) and lived locally. Why isn't Terry Ryan still not in charge of the whakapapa unit. My Whakapapa Madison Silcock 2. I was raised by my grandmother who was born and schooled at Te Hapua Native School. ” If a name appears from the search, it means that particular person is registered as a shareholder but may either be deceased with no succession in place or we simply do not have current contact details. sleepy baby, miss her, was nice to meet you and have snuggles. Taringa - Ep 105 - Iwi o te Wiki - Ngāti Wairere Our first RRR kōrero covers the functions of negating with "kāore aku", applying possesives like "māu/mōu, nōku/ōku, nāku/āku" etc, along with "a vs ā" and "ā and ō" category. MyHeritage is the best place for families online. Surnames My names. A useful collaborative model is the Powhiri, practiced by Maori, the indigenous people of New Zealand, for hundreds of years. Ngati Whakaue, Ngati Tuwharetoa. The tribe’s treaty negotiator, Hauāuru Eugene told Te Kāea exclusively, this will be part of the redress under their claim, which is close to being finalised. [3] In 1847, Te Kanae was listed as a joint owner of the Wairau District. The deposit was about 30 metres wide and consisted of grey ashy snow, with fragments of rime ice and scattered rocks. Different Iwi have different ways of spelling, pronunciation and regional dialect, therefore there are usually more than one meaning and spelling variants to most words. Details of processed applications. Marama Davidson is your best friend. Whakapapa are recalled in waiata (songs), especially in oriori sung to children. The Under-Secretary, Native Department, to Mr. The word whakapapa is best understood to mean genealogy – the recording and reciting of family connections through the generations. Kahungunu ki Wairarapa is a legally established organisation responsible to the Ngati Kahungunu people of Wairarapa. Included is a whakapapa table. More events. 3 Na ka huihuia e Rawiri a Iharaira katoa ki Hiruharama, ki te kawe i te aaka a Ihowa ki tona wahi i whakapaia ra e ia mona. The election battle for the Maori seats 2017 opened last year when Maori Party President Tuku Morgan announced a peace deal with the Mana Movement aimed at securing all the Maori seats and holding the balance of power. 33–39, 138–147; me te Bul. Lack of understanding of tikanga / kawa. 6, Wai 900 # A3. The manuscript contains about 350 names spanning 40 or more generations. The Trust Board received recognition by the Maori Land Court as the principal representative entity for the Iwi of Ngati Paoa in 2009. The Marae was established by descendants of Mekene Tane and his wife Tureiti Mokena and her uncle Rawiri Moetara, with whakapapa connections to one of Taoho's nieces Hana and the Ngati Korokoro and Ngati Wharara chief, Rangatira Moetara. Notched adzes used for whakapapa (genealogical) purposes have been found there about. The armour is undoubtedly the suit presented to Titore as a recognition of his services to the captain of the “Buffalo. You may not know - but you have spurred me to new horizons, to learn more about my nanny Meteria Rawiri. He is wearing a cloak held together with a bone clasp Rawiri is the Maori f. MyHeritage is the best place for families online. Na, ko nga tangata tuatahi i noho ki o ratou wahi, ki o ratou pa, ko Iharaira, ko nga tohunga, ko nga Riwaiti, ko nga Netinimi. March 28, 2018 Sign the Charter. "This bill is part of our Treaty settlement, the opportunity to buy back our own tribal land and develop and enhance it, if Parliament does not enact this bill then Ngāti Paoa Treaty settlement cannot proceed. Editor: Marcus Matawhero Lloyd - 67 pages. EASTERN MAORI ELECTORAL ROLL 1908 TE ARAWA TRIBE MEMBERS LIVING IN THE EASTERN MAORI ELECTORATE INCLUDING TE PUKE AND DISTRICT. A great deal of restoration work is already underway in the Waikato and Waipā river catchments. Breaking Barriers in Whale Rider: Overcoming Gender Roles to Unite the Whangara The film Whale Rider tells the fictional story of Pai, a twelve-year-old girl living with her grandparents in the small community of Whangara on the coast of New Zealand. Auckland has been home to many different Maori settlements down the centuries. If you visualise. People Projects Discussions Surnames. Giving with no expectation of return. 4 A ko nga ingoa enei o ana i whanau ki Hiruharama; ko Hamua, ko Hopapa, ko Natana, ko Horomona; 5 Ko Ipihara, ko. He is a father of eight children. Building the mana of others, through nurturing, growing and challenging. BELOW ARE JUST A FEW VERY BASIC MAORI WORDS - ADDITIONS/SUGGESTIONS ARE ALWAYS WELCOME. 3, 296 Acres. He had two sons with his principal wife Riria Taheke, Hirini Te Kani and Rutene Te Eke. Waitangi Day brings together all groups of people, of which politicians are just one, writes Leonie Hayden. Breaking Barriers in Whale Rider: Overcoming Gender Roles to Unite the Whangara The film Whale Rider tells the fictional story of Pai, a twelve-year-old girl living with her grandparents in the small community of Whangara on the coast of New Zealand. It focuses on the title investigations of ownership of land by the Maori Land Court on one part of the country - the Matakaoa district of the East Coast (Te Tai Rawhiti). 105 Otorohanga MB No. ANZAC Day service turnouts are testament to this sentiment and so are our war memorial monuments, located throughout Napier as memorials of our forebears. 14 Mar 2018 15:00 PM increasingly the whakapapa have been reoriented to favour men and so many women have been left out of native land titles, have been left out of succeeding to their land, and mana tangata in terms of the esteem given to Maori women, there has been a devaluing of women," she. PHOTOS OF NEW ZEALAND. You may not know - but you have spurred me to new horizons, to learn more about my nanny Meteria Rawiri. It’s also really important for new parents to register the names of their newborns with Births Deaths and Marriages. ko mātaatua te marae. KDEC Yearbook 2018 06 l o o h c S y r a m i r Kelston P This year students at Kelston Primary have been learning about ME AND MY WORLD We have covered Myself My. 79 Wellington MB no. Jackson, Moana, “Whakapapa and the Beginning of Law”, Compiled in Law 1. He sought to share this with others, and in his wharekura taught Ngāi Tahu tamariki the traditional knowledge and customs that had been handed down for generations. Historical Dictionary of New Zealand Second Edition Keith Jackson Alan McRobie Historical Dictionaries of Asia, Oceania, and the Middle East, No. This feature is not available right now. | Waikato, Te Whakakitenga o Waikato Incorporated, | Iwi | Waikato. Describes his 80th birthday party at the Gisborne Hotel, Nov 2008. 12 Te whiu o te reo 152 6. Kia ora I have a lot of whakapapa(geneology) for my whanau in. She began collecting and recording waiata (songs), whakapapa (genealogies) and korero tawhito (history) from her extended family. Te Hira also stated that Rawiri Tamanui lived at Pukutarewa before he went to Mahia, then returned back to Pukutarewa. August 30, 2017 · Ihapera (Isabella) Matthews nee King also known as Koko passed away peacefully in Hamilton on the 28th August 2017 aged 88. Basic Search Create a search for the FamilySearch site and an advanced search for Google 2. COVID-19 is the biggest threat since the great Rewharewha and black 1918. Rahiri first married Ahuaiti and they had a son - Uenukukuare. The word whakapapa is best understood to mean genealogy – the recording and reciting of family connections through the generations. We kōrero around the whakapapa, and find out some interesting facts about Hamilton place names along the way. Whakapapa are recalled in waiata (songs), especially in oriori sung to children. Jackson and Henare forget Māori fought for the right to self-identify by whakapapa not blood quantum. He sought to share this with others, and in his wharekura taught Ngāi Tahu tamariki the traditional knowledge and customs that had been handed down for generations. He tipuna, he mokopuna : he kōrero mō Ihaka. Like Smith, Ngai Tahu historian, Rawiri Te Maire Tau also highlighted the specifically indigenous importance of whakapapa as ‘the skeletal structure to mātauranga Māori’ or what he calls ‘Māori epistemology’ (Tau 2001, p. Whakapapa expresses the coming into existence of all phenomena, both the tangible (natural phenomena) and intangible realities (values, qualities, and levels of consciousness). SHOTLIST: 01:00:00 TITLES Waka Huia. If you whakapapa to Tahu-Whaoa, then you should register today, to receive updates and important information. Presented to both Houses of the General Assembly by Command of His Excellency, To His Excellency the Honorable Aethue Hamilton Gordon, G. 8 Learning / Education / Employment: 10:00 – 12:00 Workshops: Indi Clarke "Ngaga-dji" (hear me) – young voices creating change for justice. 2:44pm, Saturday 27 April 2019. Ko te urewera te hapū. The formal welcome to an area in New Zealand is a Maori process known…. I te marama o Hanuere 1848 ka ū mai te kaipuke ki waho o Ōtaki. The Mihi The mihimihi (or pepeha) is a brief personal speech used to introduce oneself in a way that goes beyond one's name. Ngati Whakaue, Ngati Tuwharetoa. Ngāpuhi (or Ngā Puhi) is a Māori iwi located in the Northland region of New Zealand, and centred in the Hokianga, the Bay of Islands, and Whangarei. Includes: Articles, history, whakapapa, references, graphs. psychodynamically informed mana enhancing psychotherapy. Surnames My names. Get this from a library! Charles Marshall of the Waikato : whanau (1830-1992). The Whakapapa ski field lahar travelled approximately 1 kilometre down the ski field to the north-west, reaching an altitude of 2,100 metres. Details of processed applications. te mōhio ki te tuakiritanga me ngā orokohanga; ngā hononga whakapapa; te mahi tahi me ngā aropā, ā, ki ngā rōpū hoki. We kōrero around the whakapapa, and find out some interesting facts about Hamilton place names along the way. In a small New Zealand coastal village, Maori claim descent from Paikea, the Whale Rider. 2 Whakapapa 6. Based on the novel of the same name by Witi Ihimaera, the film stars Keisha Castle-Hughes as Kahu Paikea Apirana, a twelve-year-old Māori girl whose ambition is to become the chief of the tribe. 53-54 Ward, Alan. He whakapapa atua te timatanga, whakaoti ki te ira tangata. Ngāti Paoa are planning to build a new marae at Pt England, East Auckland. Tau, Rawiri Te Maire. Rāwiri's name, a transliteration of David, suggests he had regular contact with missionaries and had been baptised. 178 Wellington MB no. Scholarship presentation for six students who whakapapa to Te Arawa. Part 1 of 2 Tūhoe legends surrounding the creation of star constellations Waka Huia TVNZ 31 July 2011 - Duration: 19:41. Rāwiri Te Eke Tu-o-te-Rangi signed the East Coast sheet of the Treaty of Waitangi between 5 and 12 May 1840 at Tūranga (now Gisborne). During a conversation with Rawiri, the principal of the Kura Kaupapa M ā ori o Hoani Waititi, the first te reo M ā ori (Maori language) immersion school (called simply Hoani Waititi), I was further educated on just how important a language is to its people. Bob Rawiri Tērā a Kaiwaka i te rangi te tohu mai rā i te hinganga ōu e te tōtara o te wao nui a Tāne. Your information about Tui married Mere Peka & children is very interesting and knew to me - as so is everything with my Rawiri whakapapa. Ko Te Ramaroa-ā-Kupe te maunga whakahirahira, Te maunga whakaruruhau, Te maunga kōrero; He rama mo tō rae, hei. Aratangata. a whakapapa chart for the Section 30 Case. Matthew 1:1 Maori Ko te pukapuka o te whakapapa o Ihu Karaiti, tama a Rawiri, tama a Aperahama. E homai ana e Tū Ihi Rangi te kaupapa nei e oti i a ngā ākonga te whakawhanake i ngā uara me ngā waiaro: e whakamāia ake ana mā te ngākau pono, te manaakitanga, me te āiotanga. P Brookfield. Full text of "The journal of the Polynesian Society" See other formats. 4 Wai 1282 # 1. Na noho iho ki Hiruharama o nga tama a Hura, o nga tama a Pineamine, o nga tama a Eparaima raua ko Manahi. ch016: The He Kākano Ahau Framework is a concept whose whakapapa (genealogy) stems from a traditional whakatauki (proverb). Journals capturing Journeys, He Whakapapa, A Family History, A meaning and purposeful way of sharing and passing the stories and events of our children on from one generation to another" Level 4 C4. Matteus 1:1 Norwegian: Det Norsk Bibelselskap (1930) Jesu Kristi, Davids sønns, Abrahams sønns ættetavle:. PHOTOS OF NEW ZEALAND. A great Māori pioneer, Rawiri Taiwhanga. 1 As uri of that tupuna, I bear whakapapa to make this claim. Whakapapa are recalled in waiata (songs), especially in oriori sung to children. Rawiri and Pateriki Te Tai and the same descendants that Huta Tangihia mentioned (see viz above). With regard to the claim of Maikara Parete Teira (or 'Te Hei), the evidence showed thaju deceased, being an old woman, had as; associates with her Maikara and Mini Rawhiti. 1-4: Knowledge & whakapapa Chaps. Dr Rawiri Waretini-Karena 2014 44. As Rawiri Taonui states:1 Whakapapa is genealogy, a line of descent from ancestors down to the present day. 6 Judge S T A Milroy, June 1 2006, Wai 900 # 2. Kei te whakaatu a LB i te Katoa o nga korero mo te Pakihi Kaitohu rongonui e mohiotia ana e te Ingoa Ingoa; "Samba a Chelsea". 2, 400 Acres. Te Hononga Pūkenga - ‘the connection of experts’, was created by Ngā Pae o te Māramatanga to make Māori and Indigenous research expertise, location and contact information readily available, in response to the need for stronger engagement between Māori Researchers and Government, the wider public/private sector and to facilitate our. The Wilderness Motorhomes are too expensive for their quality, equipment and condition of the vehicles. Final draft of the definition of the constitution of Nga Ariki Kaiputahi. This is due to the ethnographer S. Kupe and Tara Why my Whanau came to New Zealand 4. Building the mana of others, through nurturing, growing and challenging. Waiorongomai No. That’s where Pero Smith was a bit of a father figure for him. accessioned: 2013-08-01T23:13:48Z: en: dc. #COVID-19 MARCH 2020 UPDATE "Ma te korowai aroha e whakapakari te whānau kia pūāwai, kia toitū te iwi" "The cloak of love to nurture, strengthen, enhance and protect the mana, mauri, and wairua of whānau, hapū and iwi to allow healing for growth" Kia ora koutou katoa, We wish to convey our aroha and manaaki to you all at this time. 106 The whakapapa is as follows: Tamakowhao's married Te Hinganga and had Te. “Firstly, we want to have the land returned to us. SOMETIME after the arrival of the Arawa canoe at Maketu, in the Bay of Plenty, and before the many illustrious chiefs of that migration had spread themselves over the country, there arrived a small party of men and women from that ancient home of the Maori race, which is known to them. Hirini Rawiri Taiwhanga was born probably at Kaikohe, west of the Bay of Islands, in 1832 or 1833. The Mole welcomes tips - please send to [email protected] The election battle for the Maori seats 2017 opened last year when Maori Party President Tuku Morgan announced a peace deal with the Mana Movement aimed at securing all the Maori seats and holding the balance of power. View Kerri Huaki’s professional profile on LinkedIn. The Hui - Politics News. I'm a decendent of Pairoke who married William Jenkins in Waikanae on 19 Feb 1849, they lived on her land around Raumati. 105 Otorohanga MB No. External Link - Hokokai Kawakawa Whakapapa Page Kate Campbell's grandmother Hokokai Kawakawa was the earliest recorded whaea tipuna (ancestral mother) of ours to have resided in Manutuke. Ngai Tahu Kaumatua 1848 Here is a list of names that appear in Ngai Tahu whakapapa and are drawn from the Maori Land Court in 1925 and the Ngai Tahu census committee in 1929. Address: Corner of Ranfurly Street and Queens Drive, Kaiti Hill, Gisborne Phone: 06 867 2021. Learn more about our whakapapa here. Māori seek to understand the total environment or whole system and its connections through whakapapa, not just part of these systems, and their perspective is holistic and integrated (Harmsworth and Awatere 2013 ). You may not know - but you have spurred me to new horizons, to learn more about my nanny Meteria Rawiri. It’s of high importance to Māori, and it is the life giver of all things, a precious taonga (treasure), part of our whakapapa (genealogy), part of our identity,” the directors said. His first wife was Mata (Martha) Rawa, of Te Arawa, and they had seven children, three dying in infancy. ” Although not Hongi's armour, it is still Nga Puhi, as will be seen from the following whakapapa showing the relationship between Hongi and Titore. “I'm on a journey at the moment to understand more about my whakapapa. In the closing years of the eighteenth century the Ngati-Whatua tribe were in possession of the whole of the west coast from Maunga-nui Bluff to Manukau Heads, and eastward to the Tamaki River near Auckland, whilst the east coast of the northern peninsula was occupied by them and their cognate tribes from Tamaki to near Whangarei and thence across the upper waters of the Wairoa River to Maunga. Pikirangi, Tukokoki, Te Ngahoa, Pakake, Tarahi, Ngauru, Ngaki, Rawiri, Hepiri Larkins mentions that most of the whakapapa in White's volumes were supplied by his great-grandfather Hoani Meihana Te Rangiotu, and he has kindly added a number of inter-marriages to a copy of White (4). Maniapoto Fisheries Trust Annual Report 2013-14 Kia hora te marino Kia whakapapa pounamu te moana Rawiri Bidois 8 1 Glen Katu 3 -. Te Puāwaitanga o Ngāti Hinerangi Iwi, Matamata, New Zealand. Rawiri Wright: It’s cool to be Māori. Rawiri decided instead to mark his father's whakapapa on the left because while he was born in his mother's iwi (tribe) he was "staunch" (loyal) to his father's whakapapa. Knowing who you are and where you belong. Knowing who you are and where you belong. 1 of the Psalms has the title, "Ko | nga Waiata | a Rawiri," without rules. Te Poho O Rawiri Marae This marae (meeting house) is the home of Ngati One One. Whakapapa All information provided in this website have been done by family who have contributed what they knew to be correct at the time of publishing. Kia ora I have a lot of whakapapa(geneology) for my whanau in. Talks about her father building a tennis court and joining the Titirangi tennis club at Te Poho-o-Rawiri. Dr Ephra Garrett appointed as a lecturer. Whakapapa of Eruera Riini Manuera (II) Manuera, Eruera Riini. This is core whakapapa for the Rangiwaho and Rangiwaho-Matua hapu and this cluster of tipuna are quite rightly standing at the very heart of our whare-wananga. Different Iwi have different ways of spelling, pronunciation and regional dialect, therefore there are usually more than one meaning and spelling variants to most words. 5 East Coast Casebook Research Programme, Paper for the RCC Hui 27 May 2006, p. Ko Rawiri Motutere i mōhiotia hoki ko Rawiri Koheta. He is the son of Tauramoko and Hauangiangi. About the 16th century, following major political and social upheavals between the three brothers Taua-Ariki, Mahaki-Ewe-Karoro and Hauiti, Hauiti eventually stamped his mana over Uawa (Tolaga Bay) as it is known to many local inhabitants; hence the title of the major tribal group in this area Te Aitanga-a-Hauiti, meaning the descendants of Hauiti. New Zealand Flag flies high at Te Poho o Rawiri Pā. Iwi, hapu, marae, rohe, RMA, MFA, Treaty of Waitangi, regional and local councils, iwi contact, iwi contacts, iwi contact details, contact details. Na, he mea whakapapa a Iharaira katoa; heoi, tena kua tuhituhia ki te pukapuka o nga kingi o Iharaira: na i whakaraua atu a Hura ki Papurona mo a ratou mahi he. 28 Mar 1827) AMAI AMAI, Amiria AMAI, Anieka Mereana AMAI, Collette Catherine Aroha AMAI, Darryn Boyd Kawe AMAI, Jacqui(b. The first Ngati Porou Pihopa o Aotearoa was the current Bishop Paraone Turei, who was installed at Poho-o-Rawiri marae in 2005. • Pūtaketanga theory advocates that everything has a genealogy or a whakapapa • It therefore surmises that nothing manifests from out of thin air. In theatre and. WHANAUNGATANGA. Schedule of Claimants and their Successors entitled to Participate in the Sum of £5,200. He’d been a teacher, a journalist, and a journalism tutor. The Whakapapa ski field lahar travelled approximately 1 kilometre down the ski field to the north-west, reaching an altitude of 2,100 metres. Koptt 'traruwai No. He married Pakewa (who signed the treaty of Waitangi in Wellington) and they had 8 children including Mere & Pairoke. WHANAUNGATANGA. ;] -- Family history and genealogical information about the descendants of Charles Marshall who was born ca. Tiramōrehu, widely known as the father of the Ngāi Tahu Claim, was also a renowned scholar with extensive knowledge of Māori traditions and whakapapa. 2 Na ko ta Aperahama ko Ihaka; ta Ihaka ko Hakopa; ta Hakopa ko Hura ratou ko ona tuakana, ko ona teina;. Video recording – Students recite their whakapapa on video taken on a cell phone or tablet. Organiser Moata Tamaira, the Maori reference librarian, says the library has a wealth of resources for Maori needing help to trace their tupuna. Manunui (418 words) Many can trace their whakapapa (ancestry) Ōtaki. ch016: The He Kākano Ahau Framework is a concept whose whakapapa (genealogy) stems from a traditional whakatauki (proverb). Rahiri left Ahuaiti early on and remarried Whakaruru. Each of these dynamics means that mainstream Western therapeutic. WHANAUNGATANGA. The Under-Secretary, Native Department, to Mr. MANA / MANAAKI. nz May 16, 2003, 9:25 pm 210. Matthew 1 Maori Bible (MAORI). His Hon Judge Heemi Taumaunu. Rawiri‐David‐ Waretini‐Junior everything has a genealogy or a whakapapa •It therefore surmises that nothing manifests from out of thin air. See the complete profile on LinkedIn and discover Tahu's connections and jobs at similar companies. Reconnecting the people of Ngati Hinerangi iwi so we can build a future together. Renata, (6) Rawiri Hiroki, (7) Te Ririnui Renata (8) Wiremu Huna Hiroki (9) Wiremu Hunia Hiroki & Hokimate Hiroki (nee Haenga) Whānau Trust. Dr Rawiri Taonui | COVID Update 3 May 2020 | Comparing Zero Cases with Australia Dr Rawiri Taonui: For the 10th time. Māori Auckland, including the Māori place names of Auckland. Gareth Seymour says today's Poukai at Waipapa Marae is a chance to discuss the whakapapa links that tie the various iwi and hapū together under the mantle of Tainui. He had two sons with his principal wife Riria Taheke, Hirini Te Kani and Rutene Te Eke. My Whakapapa Madison Silcock 2. 149 rawiri whatawharangi 75 rawiri 79 rawiri kiaka 78 rawiri tamaiti 77 rawiri te rauhihi 76 rawiri watino 242 repo 235 repoiti 234 reporoa 80 retimana ngaparu 81 retimana te rei 82 retimana te whare mamaku 83 rewa (pewa) 190 ringahuri 84 ripeka koia 85 ripene paremata 175 ripene tupahau 158 riria te wakatu 192 riria wikiato 225 rita riwai 36. Jan 2005) AMAI, Jacquilynne. Eruera Stirling was an elder of the Whanau-a-Apanui tribe, who lived in Auckland. environment through whakapapa might lead us to give more value to the intangible and tangible dynamics within the learning process. Ko Te Ramaroa-ā-Kupe te maunga whakahirahira, Te maunga whakaruruhau, Te maunga kōrero; He rama mo tō rae, hei. Haunted house horror video takes top award. Ngai Tahu Kaumatua 1848 Here is a list of names that appear in Ngai Tahu whakapapa and are drawn from the Maori Land Court in 1925 and the Ngai Tahu census committee in 1929. Block One: ROW 1. Rawiri Taonui's profile on The Conversation. In preparation to receive and manage the Settlement assets effectively, the. Title: Wairarapa Maori values in a kaupapa context Purpose: The purpose of this paper is to give Maori values a framework for consideration alongside the values asserted by others through processes like the wheel of water Author: Rawiri Smith Date: September 2014 Contact the Ruamāhanga Whaitua Committee Masterton PO Box 41. Best doco filmmaker + Rawiri Paratene. Mere Kapa Ngamai d. At Gate Pa, storey 1914. Rahiri first married Ahuaiti and they had a son - Uenukukuare. The Trust Board is the principal mandated representative for the iwi of Ngati Paoa and all whanau who whakapapa to Paoa. ) family tree on Geni, with over 200 million profiles of ancestors and living relatives. She married Rawiri Tumokai Katipa in 1922. Date: Oct 2009 From: Sound arts, By: Toia, Rawiri, INNZNA Description: Explains the importance of whakapapa knowledge for Māori artists, and comments on how these aspects can be overlooked in conventional performing arts education. The Ngati Paoa Trust Board ("Trust Board") was established in 2004. White Lies/Tuakiri Huna is thought-provoking and for us was a fresh look at the post-colonial. Rāwiri's name, a transliteration of David, suggests he had regular contact with missionaries and had been baptised. Transcriptions and photographs as at 2019. He says learning more about his whakapapa is a new journey he wants to take. Monument to Rawiri Puhirake – red marble obelisk topped by urn Memorial to those killed at Te Ranga on 21. Coastline and Aquaculture Settlement In 2012, the Ngāti Tūwharetoa Fisheries Charitable Trust concluded. Ko Matawhaaorua Te Waka. Stay Up to Date With News and Events. Described as a strong man, who naturally commanded a quiet yet powerful presence. Knowing who you are and where you belong. He'd been a teacher, a journalist, and a journalism tutor. te mōhio ki te tuakiritanga me ngā orokohanga; ngā hononga whakapapa; te mahi tahi me ngā aropā, ā, ki ngā rōpū hoki. The story of Rawiri Tamanui and Areoma. The Green Party co-leader, an ex-theatre girl – the daughter of Whale Rider koro Rawiri Paratene. Ngati Porou has a long, proud history of maintaining our own rangatiratanga - our sovereignty. This appeal was gazetted as applying to Tarapounamu-Matawhero Block, but was, at the request of Rawiri Kokau on behalf of all the appellants, allowed to be amended by being withdrawn from amongst the appeals in regard to Tarapounamu-Matawhero Block and taken as applying to Te Ranga-a-Ruanuku Block. ;] -- Family history and genealogical information about the descendants of Charles Marshall who was born ca. Whātua Āhurutanga is proud to present this 50 year strategy Whātua āhurutanga, mā tātou, mō tātou, that will resolve some of the challenges experience by whānau and the Ngāti Whātua Ōrākei group, but more importantly, it outlines a pathway forward to achieve a number of. We can say that very well, because we used three motorhomes during our three-month stay. Whakapapa are recalled in waiata (songs), especially in oriori sung to children. the Native Minister. Rawiri Tamanui was born circa 1785, at birth place, to Taia Unknown and Maku Taia. White Lies/Tuakiri Huna is thought-provoking and for us was a fresh look at the post-colonial. aua whakapae. A collective of Northland traditional Māori knowledge experts are leading western science to find a remedy for kāuri dieback - and they say it's all in the whakapapa. • Pūtaketanga theory advocates that everything has a genealogy or a whakapapa • It therefore surmises that nothing manifests from out of thin air. Te Wānanga-o-Raukawa, Diploma in Māori Laws and Philosophy, Ōtaki, 2008 Morgan, Hana, Email interview with the author, November 2009. There are approximately 10 applications for Crown engagement in the Gisborne region. 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. The Trust office is closed and will stay closed while the Covid-19 Alert Level status remains. Jackson and Henare forget Māori fought for the right to self-identify by whakapapa not blood quantum. list of marriage celebrants This list of marriage celebrants under the Marriage Act 1955 is published for general information and comes into force on the 5th day of March 2007. The second application is brought by Rawiri Bidois and Rapata Leef (Wai 2693), on behalf of the beneficiaries of the Maurihoro B List A and List B Trust. Dr Rawiri Waretini-Karena Who is Waikato Tainui from Ngāti Māhanga, Ngāti Māhuta, as well as Ngāpuhi nui tonu. They had a son James Te Tana Harrison and a daughter Mere Kapa Ngamai 2 or Mere Harrison. Information explaining whakapapa and how it works as well as indexes, lists of names, a forum for your queries and resources for finding information. 23 Feb, 2020 11:51am ROTORUA DAILY POST Scholarship presentation for six students who whakapapa to Te Arawa. Volume 23 1914 > Volume 23, No. Nothing doing!I'm keen to know if you can scan a picture of the photos of which you have mentioned to Sue. If you visualise. Kingi Charlie Wahapongo Help with my Whakapapa: Myboo528: 26/02/2007 : RAWIRI: IM_A_LOST_RAWIRI: 23/02/2007 : Broughton, Bob: pheonix: 23/02/2007 : GALLAGHER WHANAU FROM NGAWHA: tamatea: 22/02/2007 : MAKARINI, Makarini a. The sell-out fundraiser at Te Poho-o-Rawiri Marae was to be the last big push to get Hospice Tairawhiti over the line of the $3. Tangirau Papa - Ta Turi Kara - Prepared Sept. Along with Rawiri Puhirake, he was one of as many as 200 Māori killed in the British attack. "This bill is part of our Treaty settlement, the opportunity to buy back our own tribal land and develop and enhance it, if Parliament does not enact this bill then Ngāti Paoa Treaty settlement cannot proceed. In 1843 Āperahama Taonui wrote the earliest tribal whakapapa manuscript. The whakatauki was later composed as a. (has poem) Always remembered by your loving daughter Nellie, son inlaw, Lewis, also grandchildren Annea and Reggie. Interviewed on television in the 1990s, Mahora Peters of the Māori Volcanics said, “We went for six months and didn’t come home for three years. Lack of understanding of tikanga / kawa. 149 rawiri whatawharangi 75 rawiri 79 rawiri kiaka 78 rawiri tamaiti 77 rawiri te rauhihi 76 rawiri watino 242 repo 235 repoiti 234 reporoa 80 retimana ngaparu 81 retimana te rei 82 retimana te whare mamaku 83 rewa (pewa) 190 ringahuri 84 ripeka koia 85 ripene paremata 175 ripene tupahau 158 riria te wakatu 192 riria wikiato 225 rita riwai 36. The majority of applications are still being processed. Te Whānau ā Apanui yesterday placed a rāhui over 130 kilometres of coastline between west of Hāwai and Whakatiri or Lottin Point. From the Maori view point it is a place of historic importance. A Whakapapa of Tradition: One Hundred Years of Ngāti Porou Carving, 1830–1930—Ngarino Ellis (2016) Focusing on 30 meeting houses, Ngarino Ellis tells the story of Ngāti Porou carving and a profound transformation in Māori art. 23 Feb, 2020 11:51am ROTORUA DAILY POST Scholarship presentation for six students who whakapapa to Te Arawa. Te Hikutu Hapū Whānau has 1,239 members. "Birth Registration is free, and registering your baby as soon as possible is an important step for all parents. Reweti marae is located on State Highway 16 at Reweti, five minutes drive north of Waimauku. Whakapapa are recalled in waiata (songs), especially in oriori sung to children. This appeal was gazetted as applying to Tarapounamu-Matawhero Block, but was, at the request of Rawiri Kokau on behalf of all the appellants, allowed to be amended by being withdrawn from amongst the appeals in regard to Tarapounamu-Matawhero Block and taken as applying to Te Ranga-a-Ruanuku Block. • Rawiri Tamanui and the Hapu he governed held the ancient right to the inheritance of the four Ariki including whakapapa and the right of title use: Nga Ariki Kaiputahi "Those who expect the blessings of freedom must undergo the fatigue of supporting it. He was the first to sign this sheet after it had been sent by Captain William Symonds to the Wesleyan (Methodist) missionaries James Wallis and John Whiteley. The Chief's eldest son, Porourangi, fathers twins – a boy and a girl, but the boy and his mother die in childbirth. The whakapapa (genealogy) and histories of iwi Ma¯ori (tribe/peoples) are continued within oral histories, and they are represented in our taonga (Ma¯ori treasures) such as toi whakairo (carving), ta¯ moko (tattoo), and whatu raranga (weaving). (Tamaki Makaurau). Title: Wairarapa Maori values in a kaupapa context Purpose: The purpose of this paper is to give Maori values a framework for consideration alongside the values asserted by others through processes like the wheel of water Author: Rawiri Smith Date: September 2014 Contact the Ruamāhanga Whaitua Committee Masterton PO Box 41. Photo: Rawiri Tinirau Hui Aranga is a five day event with kapahaka, sports, and speech competitions it is attended by hundreds of Māori Catholics from the fourteen clubs in Aotearoa, this year's Hui Aranga was to be hosted in Wellington. Sometimes, says Rawiri Wright, you have to be brave and take a leap of faith. A principal hapu of Reweti is Te Taoū, which belongs to the Ngāti Whātua confederation. From the Nelson Minute Book 3, pages 268-279. Ngāpuhi (or Ngā Puhi) is a Māori iwi located in the Northland region of New Zealand, and centred in the Hokianga, the Bay of Islands, and Whangarei. Block One: ROW 1. It is a catalogue that provides links to other online resources that have information or history about the Pa, our hapu, tipuna and whanau. Rawiri Motutere was also known as Rawiri Koheta. He is the son of Tauramoko and Hauangiangi. Rawiri's influence on him was of major importance. Te Poho-o-Tamanuhiri is a very public. Kingi Charlie Wahapongo Help with my Whakapapa: Myboo528: 26/02/2007 : RAWIRI: IM_A_LOST_RAWIRI: 23/02/2007 : Broughton, Bob: pheonix: 23/02/2007 : GALLAGHER WHANAU. Included is a whakapapa table. March 28, 2018 Sign the Charter. Many of us are going to need extra help and support during the COVID-19 (coronavirus) rāhui. Whakapapa are recalled in waiata (songs), especially in oriori sung to children. kiaora tere i have whakapapa documenting pakewa as daughter of ngakoro and te hurupoki i beleive their links are to ngati ruanui and nukaiaha to te atiawa i also have documentation about tini pairoke clement pertaining to her land in the waitara block and later her daughter jane clement giving whakapapa which links her to hine tapaki. Plot layout is shown on this map. When a duly certified plan has been sent to Native Land Court. July 1840 copy of Te Tiriti o Waitangi. They were above all kind, loving and humble, and instilled. Undying love for Te Poho o Rawiri Pā on ANZAC. He kaha ngā hononga ki a tātou whanaunga o Mataatua, he kaha anō ngā pānga ki a tātou whanaunga o Te Wānanga Whakapapa Kaikōrero: Anthony Olsen, Rihi Vercoe, Tipene Marr, Kanapu Rangitauira, Rawiri Te Kowhai Saturday 11 February, 2017. SHOTLIST: 01:00:00 TITLES Waka Huia. Kingi Charlie Wahapongo Help with my Whakapapa: Myboo528: 26/02/2007 : RAWIRI: IM_A_LOST_RAWIRI: 23/02/2007 : Broughton, Bob: pheonix: 23/02/2007 : GALLAGHER WHANAU. Died 6 th February 1896 aged 50 years. 1 Ko te pukapuka o te whakapapa o Ihu Karaiti, tama a Rawiri, tama a Aperahama. Ngāti Paoa are planning to build a new marae at Pt England, East Auckland. Her father is the actor Rawiri Paratene. date unknown) ALURED ALURED, Eliza(b. Nga Ariki Kaiputahi Constitution History and Whakapapa 2018 - Free download as Powerpoint Presentation (. In 1832 she married James Harrison american whaler from Massachusetts they lived Kapiti island. The word whakapapa is best understood to mean genealogy – the recording and reciting of family connections through the generations. 9, Wai 900 # 6. Hui K Rehu, 30th September 1915. Monument to Rawiri Puhirake – red marble obelisk topped by urn Memorial to those killed at Te Ranga on 21. See the complete profile on LinkedIn and discover Rawiri's connections and jobs at similar companies. Summer scholar Julia Hyde (Ngāti Raukawa ki te tōnga, Ngāti Toarangatira, Pākehā) methodically and painstakingly researched, sorted, and compiled the references that are. My Mihi Waka Kurahaupo Marae ngati hine River hokio Lake Punahau 3. Rawiri Taonui's 4 research works with 23 citations and 173 reads, including: Accountability reporting objectives of Māori organizations. A great Māori pioneer, Rawiri Taiwhanga. Rawiri + 2 winners + Brent. Na ka ki a Rawiri ki a Ioapa ratou ko nga rangatira o te iwi, Tikina taua a Iharaira, o Peerehepa atu a ta 1 Whakapapa 21. Despite such diversity, the people of Ngāpuhi maintain their shared history. Nga Ariki Kaiputahi also. Issue date: Sunday, 6 October 2019. Like Smith, Ngai Tahu historian, Rawiri Te Maire Tau also highlighted the specifically indigenous importance of whakapapa as ‘the skeletal structure to mātauranga Māori’ or what he calls ‘Māori epistemology’ (Tau 2001, p. Maniapoto Fisheries Trust Annual Report 2013-14 Kia hora te marino Kia whakapapa pounamu te moana Rawiri Bidois 8 1 Glen Katu 3 -. aua whakapae. ko mātaatua te marae. The Under-Secretary, Native Department, to Mr. do you know tini clements husbands name and any sons tini. March 28, 2018 Sign the Charter. His adoptive parents were poor but hardworking, and devout in their observance of the Ringatu religion. 2 Na ko ta Aperahama ko Ihaka; ta Ihaka ko Hakopa; ta Hakopa ko Hura ratou ko ona tuakana, ko ona teina; 3 Ta Hura raua ko Tamara ko Parete raua ko Hara; ta Parete ko Heteromo; ta Heteromo ko Arame; 4 Ta Arame ko Aminarapa; ta Aminarapa ko Nahona; ta Nahona ko Haramono;. Commissioner Mackay to the Hon. Volume 23 1914 > Volume 23, No. Email: [email protected] 2 E Tipu E Rea Activity Kit WHAKAMA¯RAMA - EXPLANATION Great care was taken in the design of this resource package to make it easy to follow and a pleasure to use. His PhD from Te Whare Wānanga o Awanuiārangi investigates Transforming Māori experiences of historical intergenerational trauma (2014). Rāwiri's name, a transliteration of David, suggests he had regular contact with missionaries and had been baptised. 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. That was the first time we came back, we had a couple of changes and off we went again. At its meeting on 29 June 2017, the Council appointed Rawiri Faulkner as commissioner with experience in Mātauranga Māori, to the PMEP hearings panel (Minute number C. o-Rawiri Rangatahi Court Te Poho o Rawiri Marae – Gisborne First Sitting – 30 May 2008, Judge H Taumaunu presiding. ROTORUA DAILY POST whakapapa and whānau wellbeing. Te Hira also stated that Rawiri Tamanui lived at Pukutarewa before he went to Mahia, then returned back to Pukutarewa. He kai kei aku ringa. Presents historical discussion from a 1912 gathering of chiefs on topics such as whakapapa (genealogy), whare wānanga, astronomy Rangiwaho - Ko Horouta [part 2] / by Temple Issacs. Resources: Resource 1. 53-54 Ward, Alan. The sell-out fundraiser at Te Poho-o-Rawiri Marae was to be the last big push to get Hospice Tairawhiti over the line of the $3. A great deal of restoration work is already underway in the Waikato and Waipā river catchments. 1930) AGASSIZ-KINGI, Waakata Wanda Louisa(b. NZ Gazette No. Whiritoa Beach on the Coromandel Peninsula. 56 The Scarecrow Press, Inc. Nothing doing!I'm keen to know if you can scan a picture of the photos of which you have mentioned to Sue. He was also one of Hongi Hika's generals. (Dr Rawiri Waretini-Karena 2014) • Bedggood (1978) argues that "the penetration of the capitalist mode of production and the destruction of the Māori occurred at three levels, economic, political Lack of whakapapa knowledge 6. He says learning more about his whakapapa is a new journey he wants to take. Te Hira also stated that Rawiri Tamanui lived at Pukutarewa before he went to Mahia, then returned back to Pukutarewa. His mother was Mata Rawa of Te Arawa. Loved by many, especially his devoting wife Margaret Priestley, his five surviving children: Peter, Stephen, Paul, Anthea and Michael, and his many mokopuna. That’s the story behind it. Dr Rawiri Waretini-Karena 2014 44. Rawiri married Pokena Uatuku Tamanui (born Te Uatuku). Te Poho-o-Rawiri: Wharekai: Te Poho o Hine i Tuhia: Nga Kaitiaki: Charlotte Gibson, Tash Irwin, Temple Isaacs, Terry Te Kani, Hine Wharehinga, Awhi Wyllie and Norman Ngaira: Waea: The Pa - (06) 867 2021 Tash Irwin - (027) 458 0337 or email: [email protected] My Mihi Waka Kurahaupo Marae ngati hine River hokio Lake Punahau 3. 24 Ngati Kiriwera and Tuhourangi - these people were very closely related to Ngati Raukawa and they became some of Te Rauparaha's closest companions. William leaf or leef family in UK and New Zealand pre 1800 By Rawiri Mckinney May 14, 2004 at 03:31:16. Taumanuka No. [Rex D Evans; Marshall Family Reunion Committee. 50 Years of New Zealand Television: 2 - The Whole World's Watching - The birth of television in the 1960s meant that suddenly protests and civil unrest could be broadcast directly into Kiwi homes. From the Nelson Minute Book 3, pages 268-279. Rawiri decided instead to mark his father’s whakapapa on the left because while he was born in his mother’s iwi (tribe) he was “staunch” (loyal) to his father’s whakapapa. Photo / File Marae Chair, Harata Gibson, explained to Te Ao Māori News that the experience is a first for the pā in 74 years since WWII. Presented to both Houses of the General Assembly by Command of His Excellency. This species may be said to be the archetypical kānuka (even though it is generally known as mānuka (and occasionally as rawiri nui) in the North or mārū in the Urewera and parts of Te. Rawiri traces his own painful, dysfunctional upbringing to the experiences of his father, grandfather and great-grandfather. For once a traditional Maori community is represented as successful, at ease in their land, a group not dislocated and dispossessed but positive, organised and determined. Koptt 'traruwai No. He is currently a Post Doc Research Fellow at Te Whare Wananga o Awanuiarangi, he is also a PhD lecturer on the Prof Doc 1001 and 1002 and. The first Ngati Porou Pihopa o Aotearoa was the current Bishop Paraone Turei, who was installed at Poho-o-Rawiri marae in 2005. Speaking at the start of the two day hui, Oranga Tamariki Chief Executive, Gráinne Moss said, "We need to learn to trust each other so we can combine our knowledge to better serve our tamariki and whānau. Over this time the Trust has grown its asset base to $225m with portfolios covering commercial, residential property, and most recently the tourism Spa sector. EASTERN MAORI ELECTORAL ROLL 1919 TE ARAWA TRIBE MEMBERS LIVING IN TE PUKE AND DISTRICT. Jackson, Moana, “Whakapapa and the Beginning of Law”, Compiled in Law 1. References: Wellington MB no. Rawiri Tamanui was born circa 1785, to Taia and Maku. The new year of study is underway for 46 students studying as part of the Whenua Kura programme. 2 Na ko ta Aperahama ko Ihaka; ta Ihaka ko Hakopa; ta Hakopa ko Hura ratou ko ona tuakana, ko ona teina;. Dr Keenan is looking at cultural competency and equity in primary care and has the Foxley Fellowship worth $224,727. He Kakano Ahau Framework: I Am a Seed Born of Greatness Descended From a Line of Chiefs: 10. White Lies/Tuakiri Huna is thought-provoking and for us was a fresh look at the post-colonial. Ngāi Tahu – Who We Are Ngāi Tahu means “people of Tahu” and all Ngāi Tahu whānui can trace their ancestry back to this man, the tribe’s founder Tahu Pōtiki. • Pūtaketanga theory advocates that everything has a genealogy or a whakapapa • It therefore surmises that nothing manifests from out of thin air. MyHeritage is the best place for families online. 1-4: Knowledge & whakapapa Chaps. The election battle for the Maori seats 2017 opened last year when Maori Party President Tuku Morgan announced a peace deal with the Mana Movement aimed at securing all the Maori seats and holding the balance of power. 11 Hokia ngā ‘kete kīanga’ 150 6. Corrections Minister Kelvin Davis says currently prisoners can spend time in a Māori unit learning about whakapapa and tikanga, but the programme only runs for 13 weeks. Na nga rau o Matariki. Notched adzes used for whakapapa (genealogical) purposes have been found there about. Ko Matawhaaorua Te Waka. My tribe Muaupoko 7. William leaf or leef family in UK and New Zealand pre 1800 By Rawiri Mckinney May 14, 2004 at 03:31:16. Takitimu waka Tamateaarikinui Rongokako Tamateapokaiwhenua Ranginui Tutereinga Te Rangiwhakakaha Taka Korotehapu Hinehou Moetu Tata Kanohi Whakaumu Tangitu Rawiri. No successor appointed. 14 Mar 2018 15:00 PM increasingly the whakapapa have been reoriented to favour men and so many women have been left out of native land titles, have been left out of succeeding to their land, and mana tangata in terms of the esteem given to Maori women, there has been a devaluing of women," she. His principle Taranaki home, the place of his tupuna, was Hauranga Pa near Tahikara in the Cape Survey District He was also closely connected to Te Kawau Pa, New Plymouth. successful format of the 2010 edition of He Kohikohinga Rangahau: A Bibliography of Māori and Psychology Research. aua whakapae. March 28, 2018 Sign the Charter. Welcome to our online library. MyHeritage is the best place for families online. Issue date: Sunday, 6 October 2019. The Ngāti Whakaue Assets Trust was established to receive, administer and grow the $9. Genealogy for Rawiri (David) Koia (1919 - 1977) family tree on Geni, with over 190 million profiles of ancestors and living relatives. His mother was Mata Rawa of Te Arawa. Volume VIII (English) Ms Copy Micro 447 Ms Papers 75 B17 Microfilm Reference: Reel 1. Older news items can be found HERE and HERE. 2 Na ko ta Aperahama ko Ihaka; ta Ihaka ko Hakopa; ta Hakopa ko Hura ratou ko ona tuakana, ko ona teina; 3 Ta Hura raua ko Tamara ko Parete raua ko Hara; ta Parete ko Heteromo; ta Heteromo ko Arame; 4 Ta Arame ko Aminarapa; ta Aminarapa ko Nahona; ta Nahona ko Haramono; 5 Ta Haramono raua ko Rahapa ko. See the complete profile on LinkedIn and discover Tahu's connections and jobs at similar companies. ko mātaatua te marae. Mr Rutene Reihana, WW1 Veteran. William leaf or leef family in UK and New Zealand pre 1800 By Rawiri Mckinney May 14, 2004 at 03:31:16. P Brookfield. Details of processed applications. It is a catalogue that provides links to other online resources that have information or history about the Pa, our hapu, tipuna and whanau. Rawiri + 2 winners + Brent. Interviewed on television in the 1990s, Mahora Peters of the Māori Volcanics said, “We went for six months and didn’t come home for three years. My ancestors Topia Peehi Turoa 6. His mother was Mata Rawa of Te Arawa. The Whakatohea tribe were attacking Nga Ariki Kaiputahi. Whakapapa expresses the coming into existence of all phenomena, both the tangible (natural phenomena) and intangible realities (values, qualities, and levels of consciousness). Historical Dictionary of New Zealand Second Edition Keith Jackson Alan McRobie Historical Dictionaries of Asia, Oceania, and the Middle East, No. 221 Trying to locate the whakapapa of "Rawiri te Eke". Na ka ki a Rawiri ki a Ioapa ratou ko nga rangatira o te iwi, Tikina taua a Iharaira, o Peerehepa atu a ta. married Rawiri Puaha. 4018/978-1-5225-6061-6. March 28, 2018 Sign the Charter. the MAORI CEMETERIES in New Zealand (and the addresses) taken from Murray Lynn's site "KiwiCelts": NZ Cemeteries PLEASE NOTE It was with regret I announced in Nov 2013, that Murray Patrick Lynn (1950-2013), the creator, author and administrator of KiwiCelts, passed away 14 Nov 2013. 0 Clauses 10 and 16 of the First Schedule 2. MIDDLE ISLAND NATIVE CLAIMS (REPORT BY MR. 25 Sep 1774, d. Dr Rawiri Waretini-Karena 2014 44. Address: Corner of Ranfurly Street and Queens Drive, Kaiti Hill, Gisborne Phone: 06 867 2021.