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May 21, 2012 | by  | in Opinion |
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Te Huinga Tauira

Te Huinga Tauira is a 4-day event that is hosted annually at different Universities around the motu. This year it is being hosted at Otago University, Dunedin, Aug 30–Sep 02. The itinerary includes seminars, Te Mana Akonga’s AGM, sports, kappa haka, and manukorero, and is based on whanaungatanga of tauira maori in tertiary education throughout Aotearoa.

On Wednesday, from 5-6pm at the Ngāi Tauira office, there will be a hui regarding Te Huinga Tauira for all tauira Māori enrolled at Victoria University for the 2012 year. This will be an opportunity to share ideas, and ask questions, and register if you’re interested in attending.

There are a limited number of spots for the event, and as such we will be selecting people according to a criteria set by the Kōmiti Whakahaere o Ngāi Tauira.

If you are unable to attend this hui but are interested, please contact Joanna Morgan – Tumuaki o Ngai Tauira at joannamorgan@

Hokohoko Bargains

his Wednesday and Thursday, 12.30 – 1.30pm, Ngāi Tauira are operating a pop- up hokohoko shop from 44 KP, by the Te Herenga Waka driveway.

Ko te whakaaro nui o tēnei mahi, ka whai wā ki te kōrero i te reo Māori, he wāhi Māori tēnei. He iti noa te utu mō ēnei kākahu, engari papai rawa te āhua, ko ētahi he mea hou. He pai anō hoki ēnei hei kākahu mā ngā uiuitanga mahi, ngā hui Māori hoki.

Prices can be negotiated in Te Reo Māori otherwise items will be at a set cost. Phrases will be made available for those who are willing to participate.

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