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Hui Whakapūmau

Ko hea ko hea tērā maunga e tū mai ra
Ko Tararua, ko Tararua
Ko hea, ko hea tēnei maunga e tū mai nei
Ko Ahumairangi
Ko Ahumairangi
Nekeneke mai
Nukunuku mai
Ki taku tauaro kikini ai
Hi! Hi! Hi! Ha!

I te rā rua tekau mā tahi o Haratua ka tū te Hui Whakapūmau mō ngā tauira kua tūtuki i ngā tohu o te Whare Wānanga o te Ūpoko o te Ika a Māui. I te ata rā ka tū te pōhiri ki Te Herenga Waka Marae ki te karanga atu ki ngā whānau o aua tauira. Kī tonu te marae i ngā tāngata. Kino kē te pōhiri rā! Tau kē te manaakitanga me te aroha. He mihi nunui ki a Te Herenga Waka Marae mō tō rātou manaakitanga me te aroha. I te pō rā ka haere ngā tauira ki te Michael Fowler Centre mō te whakapōtaetanga. I reira ka haka te kapahaka o Te Herenga Waka Marae, ko tērā tētahi mea whakahirahira o te whakapōtaetanga mō ngā paetahi.

Waihoki, ka tū a George Ruka i runga i te amohanga kia whakapōtae, ā, ka karanga atu ia ki tōna Māmā, “Kia ora Mum!” Ka katakata te katoa!! Nō muri i te whakapōtaetanga ka haere ngā tauira ki te kanikani ki te Hōtēra Bristol. Nā Ngāi Tauira te kanikani i whakahaere. He pai rawa atu te kanikani rā ki ngā tauira. Ao ake i te ata, he mamae hoki ngā mahunga o ngā tauira!!

Me mihi atu anō ki ngā tāngata i whakahaere i te Hui Whakapūmau. Kore he painga i a koutou mō te manaakitanga me te aroha. Hai whakamutunga, tika noa atu kia mihi tātou ki ngā tauira kua eke ki te taumata o te mātauranga. Mau ana te wehi i ngā tauira nei. Nā reira, kei te mihi, kei te mihi.

Ko ngā tauira kua whakapōtaetia i te Haratua rā:

Jazmin Elkington: Tohu Māoritanga
Darcy Sullivan: Bachelor of Arts
Challen Wilson: Bachelor of Arts
Moana Whenuaroa: Bachelor of Education (Teaching) Primary
Peata Williams: Bachelor of Laws, Bachelor of Arts
Te Rangimārie Williams: Bachelor of Laws
Rama Chadwick: Bachelor of Laws
Horiana Irwin: Bachelor of Laws, Bachelor of Arts
Mihiarangi Piripi: Bachelor of Laws
Taryn Tuari: Bachelor of Laws
Hamish Duncan: Graduate Diploma of Teaching (Secondary)
Rhiannon Harris: Graduate Diploma of Teaching (Secondary) Bachelor of Commerce
Maiea Ruawai-Hamilton: Graduate Diploma of Teaching (Secondary)
Ohinemuri Sullivan: Graduate Diploma of Teaching (Primary)
George Ruka: Bachelor of Laws with Honours (First Class)
Te Atawhai Kumar: Bachelor of Arts with Honours (First Class)
Hone Hikitia Te Rangi Waititi: Bachelor of Science with Honours (First Class)
Adrienne Donnelly Kara: Master of Arts (Applied)
Tane Waetford: Master of Laws
Venus Wallace Ihakara: Master of Education

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  1. Muri says:

    He mihi nui tēnei kia ratou ngā kaiwhakahaere i hautū tēnei rā pai rawa atu. Arā, kahore he rā tu atu i tēra. Mai i te tīmatatanga ki te whakamutunga i whakamanamana rātou i a mātou katoa,ā, ko ngā tauira me te tini me te mano i tae atu hei whakanui i tēnei rā. No reira ki te whānau o Te Herenga Waka tena koutou katoa, kei runga noa atu te whānau.

  2. Venus says:

    Kia ora koutou,
    ka tautoko au i nga korero o Muri. Taku miharo hoki ki nga kaiwhakahaere o te ra me te ahei hoki te whangai atu i nga tamariki katoa o toku nei kura i tae atu ki te tautoko i te ra. Tena rawa atu koutou! I reira ka kite atu i tenei mea ko te manaakitanga e ora tonu ana…nga mihi

  3. Ranipari says:

    Maiea Ruawai-Hamilton is the maaaan :)

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