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July 20, 2009 | by  | in Opinion |
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Te Huinga Tauira 2009

Te Huinga Tauira is the AGM of Te Mana Akonga (National Māori Tertiary Students Association)

Events include: Kapahaka (Ngāi Tauira, winner 2008), Manu Kōrero (Ngāi Tauira, winner 2008), Hākinakina (Touch, Netball, basketball, Novelty events) and Karaoke.

There are a number of workshops during the day and kōrero from leaders, such as Pita Sharples.

All those interested in attending need to register with Ngāi Tauira by contacting either: Te Rangimarie Williams or Victor Manawatu.

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  1. Audrey Kingi says:

    Tena rawa atu kia koutou kua whakataungia i a matou nga mihi nga mihi. Tino miharo ki te kitea nga rangatira maori mo apopo e whai ana te matauranga kia hapaingia te oranga mo te iwi maori.
    Mauri ora
    no te whanau o Te Waka

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