Nau mai, haere mai, tauti mai

He waka kōtuia kāhore e tukutukua ngā mimira

A canoe that is interlaced will not become separated at the bow. In unity there is strength.

Ka rere ngā mihi ki ngā mate maha puta noa i te motu, mai i Muriwhenua tae noa atu ki Murihiku. Rātou katoa kua karangahia e Tahu Kumea rāua ko Tahu Whakairo ki te pō nui, ki te pō roa, ki te pō tiwhatiwha. Tukuna rātou kia okioki i te moenga roa. Kua riro rātou i te hā kore, arā i te kiri mātao. E pōua mā, e tāua mā, haere atu ki te whare o Io Te Matua ki Matangireia, moe mai rā. Kāti rā, rātou ki a rātou, tātou ngā mahuetanga iho i a rātou, tēnā tātou katoa.

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VISION
KOTAHITANGA

That through unity, sharing and working together we will honour our past and create a better future for whānau, hapū and iwi.

Our vision statement is guided by the whakataukī:
“He waka kōtuia kāhore e tukutukua ngā mimira.

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POU TANGATA ENGAGEMENTS 2022

Jun 9, 2022 - Jul 6, 2022

On behalf of Pou Tangata Co-Chairs Dame Rangimarie Naida Glavish DNZM. JP & Rahui Papa we would like to invite you to the Pou Tangata information sharing evening 4.30pm - 7pm followed by dinner For catering and Covid purposes

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POU TANGATA ENGAGEMENTS 2022

Jun 9, 2022 - Jul 6, 2022

 

POU TANGATA ENGAGEMENTS

4.30pm - 7pm 

Co-Chair introductions

Te Whata Presentation - DILG

ILG rolling workshops

7pm - Dinner served 

RSVP: Registration Form

Due to COVID restrictions the maximum attendance is 80 people

 

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