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Ngāi Tauira Kōmiti Whakahaere

Ngā Patai:

  1. Ingoa

  2. Iwi

  3. Tō tūranga i Ngāi Tauira? (Position on NT)

  4. Ko wai tō kaiwhakaohooho?  (Who inspires you?)

  5. Ka tipu ake koe hei kanohi mō wai? (Who do you aspire to be?)

 

  1. Elijah-Tyrone Pue

  2. Te Atihaunui-a-Pāpārangi; Te Ātiawa; Ngāti Tūwharetoa

  3. Tumuaki Takirua

  4. Ko ngā tauira kua potae i tērā tau. I te mea i kite au i a rātou e hikoi ana i runga i te atāmira ki te tiki i ōna tohu, koira tōku tino moemoeā tōku. Ko tētahi atu tangata ko Beyonce.

  5. Mai te tīmatatanga tōku; ka haere au ia wā, ia wā ki ngā hui pākehā, ngā hui Māori hoki, ki te kōrero, ki te wānanga, heoi anō rā, ki te ako.Ka tuku tēnei mātauranga ki ngā tamariki , ki ngā mokopuna o tōku whānau. Katahi ka hoatu ki ngā tupurangi e whai ake nei.

 

  1. Mikaia Leach

  2. Ngāti Konohi, Ngāti Ira, Ngāti Porou

  3. Tumuaki Takirua

  4. Ko tāku whānau aku kaiwhakakipakipa i tēnei ao hurihuri. Me kii ake ko tōku whānau tōku oranga! Nā rātou ahau i whakahauhau, i whakatenatena kia tikarohia te marama. Ko tā rātou he akiaki i a au kia kaua e mahue i ngā whiringa katoa o tēnei ao, ā, kia rukua hoki te ruku o matauaua.

  1. He māngai ahau mō taku whānau, kia tu au ki te korero, ko taku iwi kei muri. Mā te mōhio ko wai ahau, i ahu mai au i hea e whakaarahia ki te ao i taku manawareka ki taku māoritanga. Mā te kohara me te whakaute e whakaratarata ai i te ao ki au na wawata! Kei te kite a kanohi nei i ngā mea e titi ake nei ki taku manawa heoi kei te ao kē te tikanga ina hiahia rātou te whai mai!

 

  1. Hineteariki Parata-Walker

  2. Ngāti Porou/Kai Tahu

  3. Tumuaki Tuarua (Matauranga)

  4. Ko tētahi o ōku tino kaupapa i tēnei wā ko te kōrero i te reo, ā te reo ake o tōku ake iwi. Nō reira mo te taha o te reo, ko ōku kaumatua o te wā kainga ka noho hei kaiwhakaohooho mōku, mei kore ake au e whai i o rātau tapuwai.

  5. E aua! I te nuinga o te wā i te whare wānanga ka rangirua i te nui o ngā whiringa. Heoi, kaore e kore mā te pukumahi me te wairua whakaiti, tera pea ka puta he hua hei tauira mō te hunga e whanake tōnu ana.

 

  1. Geneveine Wilson

  2. Ngāti Porou, Te Aitanga ā Māhaki

  3. Tumuaki Tuarua (Hauora)

  4. Ko Michael King. Ahakoa he pakehā tenei tangata ka whakamana ia I ngā kōrero o ō tātou mātua tipuna I roto I ōna pukapuka. Ko Apirana Ngata tētahirangatira tino whakahirahira, nā tōna whakatauki “E tipu e rea mo ngā ra o tōu ao”

  5. I tēnei wa kaore au I te mohio, ēngari ka tū kaha ana au ki te ara matauranga. I tōna wa ka pirangi au ki te whakapakari I tōku nei tuakiri hei whakaatu ki te hūngawhakatipuranga he iwi kaha te iwi Māori.

 

  1. Taylor Wanakore

  2. Ngāti Tuwharetoa, Ngāti Maniapoto, Ngāti Haua

  3. Ko au te kaitiaki puutea o Ngaai Tauira.(Apiha Putea)

  4. Ko tōku whanau,ōku kaiako mai I te kura tuarua, a ōku hoa. He pēnei ai notemea kua akiaki  a rātou I ahau kia eke ki ngā taumata teitei. Nā tēnei mahi kua puawai au I tōku matauranga, a, kua tae au ki te whare wanaga.

  5. Ka mihia koutou e ōku tukemata. Mā ōku whatu koutou e whakapoapoa, kia rongo ai i te reka o tōku reo waitī e rere ana. Kei ōku ngutu pūwherowhero te kupu o rangimārie. ‘E te iwi, aroha atu, aroha mai. Kia hohou te rongo’

 

  1. Anthony Wanakore

  2. Ngāti Tuwharetoa, Ngāti Maniapoto, Ngāti Haua

  3. Social Events Co-ordinator

  4. My family. I mean, even though we’re pretty ugly, I reckon that the sacrifices my grandparents and parents make day to day are mean. Excluding my sister though: she’s a bit of a hunk TBH.

  5. I would like to think that one day I could go home to all my friends and encourage them to travel and live lives that are filled with the things they wish they could do BUT truth be told, I would probably be too shy to even say hello after not seeing most of them for years. DAMMIT that’s way too deep. Chur whanau have a good one.

 

  1. Hinemihiata Lardelli

  2. Ngāti Konohi, Rongowhakaata

  3. Apiha Hakinakina

  4. Tōku Koro, Trevor Gould. Ko tā te ruanuku nei he kaha raupi tangata. Ahakoa te tae o to kiri, ahakoa no hea koe, ahakoa tou pakeke, ko Trev tera e taunaki ana i te hunga e hia awhina ana. He tautohito te koroua nei i nga ahuatanga maha o tenei ao, he koi tonu rawa te pinati, kare i arikarika tana tuku i ona mohiotanga. Koia te poutokomanawa o tōku nei ao.

  5. Mā te matua mau ki ngā kōrero, ki ngā tikanga o a mātou matua tipuna au e taea ai te whangai atu ki nga puanani o apopo ngāahuatanga Maori, kia kore rawa tō mātou ahurea e mimiti.

 

  1. Jules Forde

  2. Ngāti Kahungunu ki Te Wairoa

  3. Apiha Matauranga (Undergrad Officer)

  4. Ki tōku whanau. Tōku pāpā, nana i whakato ai I te wero ki ahau nei kia puawai ōku pukenga maha. Ko tōku tūngane nana hoki i tae atu ki tēnei kura kia piki ake i tōna maturanga. Ko tōku māmā tuarua, kua pouako ia mō nga tau 40, tumuaki hoki ia mō ngā tau 20.

  5. Ko ōku maharahara kia whakato ai te kakano o te matauranga ki roto i aku tauira, kia puawai i ngā taonga I tuku iho o mātou matua tipuna. He pēnei kia whakaatu ai te hiranga o te matauranga mō ngā rā o tēnei ao, kia kaua e taka i ngā moemoeā o enei tamariki.

 

  1. Kimiorangi Thompson

  2. Te Arawa, Ngāi Tāmanuhiri

  3. Āpiha Reo & Tikanga

  4. Ngā mātanga o te reo Māori, i te mea ka whakaawe rātau i ahau ki te ako tonu i tō tātou reo rangatira

  5. Nā te tū whakahīhī i ngā momo āhuatanga katoa o tōku tuakiri.

 

  1. Rueben Radford

  2. Ngāi Tahu

  3. Āpiha Pūtea, scholarships and funding.

  4. I have always admired the work of Lee Alexander McQueen. His approach to fashion and design is one of a critical mind. It was always in-depth, analytical, and always subtle with true intentions that often questioned issues more than giving specific answers to culture and society at a given time. He came from what some call ‘nothing’ to become a well established and respected name within his industry and field, and I find that admirable. He also never let his sexuality define him, but rather the calibre of his work and aesthetic.

  5. I don’t know if I could inspire the world, as such, but I think in terms of those whom I have a meaningful relationship with it would be through constant recognition of ‘myself’, that being Māori and proud. Being aware of who I am relative to where I come from and where I aspire to take my life, and with what intent I view the world and the responsibility I have towards the world we live in. I think always staying true to what I believe, having a cultural and world perspective upon things, and never dismissing the opinions of others, will be how I hopefully ‘inspire’ those around me.

 

  1. Te Po Marie Hawaikirangi

  2. Ngāti Kahungunu, Kai Tahu

  3. Apiha Pāpāho

  4. Ko tōku māma rāua ko tōku pāpā notemea kāore e kore he ringa raupa te tokorua rā.
    Ko tōku tūahine notemea ka nanaiore ia i roto I ōna mahi katoa; i ōna mahi hei kaiako, a, i tōna turanga hei māmā
    Ko tōku tūngane notemea ka tino mate nui i ōna mahi hei manaaki, hei mohimohi i te taiao.
    Ko tōku tuahine notemea ka hōra ia i te aroha, i te rangimarie i waenga i te whānau.
    Ko tōku tino kaiwhakaohooho ko tāku iramutu, Kaea. Ahakoa he rua anake ōna tau, kua eke ia ki ngā taumata teitei i ōna mahi katoa.

  5. Aua hoki! Hei whakakipakipa i ngā rangatahi Māori e pirangi ana ki te kuhu i roto i te ao Pāpāho.

 

  1. Te Aonui McKenzie

  2. Raukawa

  3. Kaituhi

  4. Ko taku Matua i te mea ko ia te kaiārahi i ngā rā katoa o taku ao

  5. Ko taku mata ka kitea e te ao katoa, ko taku Māoritanga ko te whakaahuatanga o taku iwi o taku whānau o taku hapū ahakoa te aha ka okea ururoatia au i roto i aku mahi katoa.

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