Tamaua mai nei ki te ua i te kahu. E kai o mata ki runga Marokotia. Karokaro i te taturi o to taringa, 50 Kia areare ai, mo te whakarongo atu Ki nga ki mai a to tipuna, a Nohoatu, E makamaka mai ra i a taua anake Te Arai o Turanga, Te matenga o Hinerakai i turamatia ai, 55 I matakitakina ai, koia Hika matakitaki. Whiti ke mai koe ki ra i nahi nei. Tokerau: Ngati Kuri, Ngai Takoto, Te Aupouri, Ngati Kahu, Ngati Kahu ki Whangaroa, Ngati Kahu/Ngapuhi ki Whangaroa, Te Rarawa, Ngapuhi, Te Roroa, Ngatiwai, Te Uri o Hau and Ngati Whatua. Tangata Whenua and the environment • Tangata whenua traditionally have a holistic approach to the management of the environment and its resources.
Mangawhero marae (also known as Ōtangaoro) can be found north of Kaeo and south of the Whangaroa Harbour (off State Highway 10) in the area called Ōtangaroa. It is home to the hapu Ngātirangimatakakaa, Ngātirangimatamomoe and Te Hōia of Ngāti Kahu ki Whangaroa. Their wharenui is named Te Aroha. Full text of "The Journal of the Polynesian Society" See other formats ...
Ngati Kahu, Ngati Rangi and Ngati Pango (Wairoa Hapu) are a mixture of sub tribal groups linked by common ancestors, intermarriage, geography and resources. Our oral traditions tell us that some of these sub tribes have occupied the region for over eight hundred years and would no doubt have CORONA VIRUS PANDEMIC - IWI RESPONSE - POST 1: If you have not already done so, Te Runanga-a-Iwi o Ngati Kahu urge our whanau, hapu and marae to plan and put in place tikanga to address: 1. RISK IDENTIFICATION: eg. hui and hosting manuhiri, hongi and handshaking, kai prep and serving, etc. 2. Ngāti Tapu Hapu Trust Profile. Background/Purpose: The trust was established in October 2013 to recieve and manage any benefits for Ngāti Tapu arising from the Ngāi Te Rangi Treaty Settlement. Such benefits will be distributed to Ngāti Tapu Hapū Trust from the Ngāi Te Rangi Settlement Trust. Current Activities: Management of trust assets.
They spread south to Whangaroa Harbour, Matauri Bay and Te Tī, where they intermarried with the descendants of Puhi, the captain of the Mataatua canoe. The Tākitimu canoe, captained by Tamatea, landed at Awanui in Rangaunu Harbour. (This connection was once very important; Ngāti Kahu were sometimes known as Ngāi Tamatea.) A collection of videos pertaining to Ngāti Kahu Iwi. Search in Ngāti Kahu. Tai FM. ... Te Tangihanga ki a Erima Henare; ... Learn more about our whakapapa here. Ngatikahu ki Whangaroa is a claimant group of about 3,000 people whose area of interest lies in the Far North between the Mangonui Harbour and the Whangaroa Harbour. Ngatikahu ki Whangaroa’s area of interest overlaps with Ngāti Kahu (north-west) and Ngāpuhi (south-east).
the occupation of wai-rarapa by ngati-kahu-ngunu. By S. Percy Smith. NGATI-KAHU-NGUNU is the general name of the tribe that now occupies the Wairarapa district, but there are many sub-tribes who are known by various names included within that cognomen. with Ngāpuhi ki Whaingaroa-Ngāti Kahu ki Whaingaroa. For people affiliating with Ngāpuhi ki Kahu ki Whaingaroa and living in New Zealand on 5 March 2013: 46.0 percent (942 people) were male and 53.9 percent (1,104 people) were female. The median age (half are younger and half olderwiththan this age) was 30.2 years.
NGATI KAHU - Robert Gabel NGAPUHI KI WAIMATE - Rihari Dargaville NGAPUHI KI WHANGAROA - Robyn Tauroa NGAPUHI TAUMARERE KI HOKIANGA TONGA - Rudy Taylor NGAPUHI KI WHANGAREI - Roka Latimer NGATI WHATUA – John Marsden . SECRETARY – Rowan Tautari ACCOUNTANT – MAQ
Ngāpuhi / Ngāti Kahu ki Whaingaroa are a Maori iwi (tribe) from the Whangaroa harbour area in Northland, New Zealand. It consists of Ngāti Kahu ki Whangaroa, a hapū (sub-tribe) of Ngāti Kahu, and Ngāpuhi ki Whaingaroa, a hapū of Ngāpuhi. See also . Ngāti Kahu ki Whangaroa; List of Māori iwi; References
You may need to provide whakapapa links to be registered with your iwi; ... Ngati Hineuru Hapū and Marae. ... Ngāti Kahu ki Whangaroa Hapū and Marae. In 1863, the Crown signed the Mangonui purchase to settle outstanding Māori claims in the eastern Mangonui area. The Crown agreed to set aside Taemaro and Waiaua as Māori reserves, but it reduced the size of Taemaro reserve—excluding some areas occupied and cultivated by Ngatikahu ki Whangaroa. Iwi and Hapū in Hawke’s Bay Region and areas of interest . Introduction . Clause 14(3) of schedule 3 of the Local Government Act 2002 requires a draft proposal to list the names and areas of interest of iwi and hap in the reorganisation area, in this case, tū he
Iwi who have signed Agreements in Principle but are likely to seek renegotiation are Ngati Kahu, Ngati Kahu ki Whangaroa, Te Aupouri and Te Rarawa. You are likely to be asked for decisions on design of proposed co-management regimes for conservation land with: Pahauwera (East Coast, around the Mohaka River) Ngati Makino (Bay of Plenty) Ngati Kahu, Ngati Rangi and Ngati Pango (Wairoa Hapu) are a mixture of sub tribal groups linked by common ancestors, intermarriage, geography and resources. Our oral traditions tell us that some of these sub tribes have occupied the region for over eight hundred years and would no doubt have A descendant of Whangaroa and affiliate to any Hapū/Marae in the rohe; A registered beneficiary of Ngāpuhi/Ngāti Kahu ki Whaingaroa. (If you are not registered you can register online or complete a form here) Be enrolled at an educational institute for a year; Submit a completed application form with all required supporting documentation
A selection of photographic images of Māori groups covering the period 1860s to 1930s. Could be useful links for whakapapa research. Subjects include: Iwi from Ngai te Wehi, Mokoia Island, King Country, Ngati Tuwharetoa, Urewera, Whangaroa, Waimio (Bay of Islands). Ballara, Angela. 323.11994 BAL