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Issue 16, 2015

Te Ao Mārama

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  • nicknames

    Ingoa Kārangaranga

    – SPONSORED – “What’s in a name? That which we call a rose by any other name would smell as sweet.” William Shakespeare used this vernacular to describe the artificial and meaningless convention of names. Further into the passage, Shakespeare presents the idea of renouncing a name. To renounce a name, or adopt a moniker, […]

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  • maramatanga

    He aha te māramatanga i tōku ao?

    – SPONSORED – I tēnei whenua o tātou e wātea ana tātou katoa, ahakoa ko wai, ahakoa nō hea, ki te whai i tēnei mea te mātauranga. Engari, ko te nuinga o tātou kāore i paku whakaaro mō taua āhuatanga. I ētahi whenua o tēnei ao, kāore e wātea ētahi ki te whai i te […]

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  • raimona

    He māramatanga i tua i te Mātaurauga

    – SPONSORED – Mai anō i taku taunga mai ki Te Upoko o te Ika, ki te Whare Wānanga nei, ko taku whāinga ko tēnei mea te mātauranga.  Ko te mātauranga o te ao Pākeha tēra hei oranga ā-tinana mōku me tōku whānau.  Ko tēnei rākau hei whakarākei, hei kīnaki i taku whatumanawa koia ko […]

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  • te aka

    Te kunenga mai i waiteika

    – SPONSORED – Te kunenga mai i waiteika Koi te tōhua, koi te ewe, koi te ika Ka tangatatia ka puta ki waho Ki te whai ao, ki te ao mārama Tihē te mouri ora I karangahia rā au ki te hora iho i ōku whakaaro mō te kaupapa e kīia nei ‘He aha te […]

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  • elijah

    Te Whānau Tōrangapū Māori ee. Bleh!

    – SPONSORED – He aha rā tōku māramatanga i tōu ao. Ko ngā take tōrangapū, ko tōku taha Māori, kā mutu, te whanaketanga o tō tātou iwi Māori. Ko ngā take tōrangapū pēnei i te Paati Māori, ko ngā take tōrangapū o te motu hoki. Nō reira ka tīmata pea ki taku kaingākau ki tō […]

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  • anthony

    Pea Mā

    – SPONSORED – Kō hea rā, ko hea rā, kō hea rā taku huarahi hei whainga? Ko te kete mātauranga? Ko te kete aronui? Ko te kete mō aku hū rānei? Ko ēnei ngā pātai i pātaihia e au ki a au anō i te mutunga o taku akoranga i te kura tuarua. Titiro kau […]

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  • australia

    Ngāti Kangarū

    – SPONSORED – Nō te Hune 2015, ka whakawhiti atu mātou ko tōku whānau ki Ahitereia.  Ko te toro atu ki ōku whanaunga te take matua me te hararei anō hoki.  Nā te ngaukino o te hotoke i Pōneke, he waimārie nō mātou te whakaputa atu ki te Takutai Kōura (ara ko te GC).  Te […]

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  • jamie

    Mai i te pūmotomoto o Taranaki

    Tahe atu ngā wai mātao ki Waitara

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  • nicknames

    Ingoa Kārangaranga

    – SPONSORED – “What’s in a name? That which we call a rose by any other name would smell as sweet.” William Shakespeare used this vernacular to describe the artificial and meaningless convention of names. Further into the passage, Shakespeare presents the idea of renouncing a name. To renounce a name, or adopt a moniker, […]

    by

  • maramatanga

    He aha te māramatanga i tōku ao?

    – SPONSORED – I tēnei whenua o tātou e wātea ana tātou katoa, ahakoa ko wai, ahakoa nō hea, ki te whai i tēnei mea te mātauranga. Engari, ko te nuinga o tātou kāore i paku whakaaro mō taua āhuatanga. I ētahi whenua o tēnei ao, kāore e wātea ētahi ki te whai i te […]

    by

  • raimona

    He māramatanga i tua i te Mātaurauga

    – SPONSORED – Mai anō i taku taunga mai ki Te Upoko o te Ika, ki te Whare Wānanga nei, ko taku whāinga ko tēnei mea te mātauranga.  Ko te mātauranga o te ao Pākeha tēra hei oranga ā-tinana mōku me tōku whānau.  Ko tēnei rākau hei whakarākei, hei kīnaki i taku whatumanawa koia ko […]

    by

  • te aka

    Te kunenga mai i waiteika

    – SPONSORED – Te kunenga mai i waiteika Koi te tōhua, koi te ewe, koi te ika Ka tangatatia ka puta ki waho Ki te whai ao, ki te ao mārama Tihē te mouri ora I karangahia rā au ki te hora iho i ōku whakaaro mō te kaupapa e kīia nei ‘He aha te […]

    by

  • elijah

    Te Whānau Tōrangapū Māori ee. Bleh!

    – SPONSORED – He aha rā tōku māramatanga i tōu ao. Ko ngā take tōrangapū, ko tōku taha Māori, kā mutu, te whanaketanga o tō tātou iwi Māori. Ko ngā take tōrangapū pēnei i te Paati Māori, ko ngā take tōrangapū o te motu hoki. Nō reira ka tīmata pea ki taku kaingākau ki tō […]

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  • anthony

    Pea Mā

    – SPONSORED – Kō hea rā, ko hea rā, kō hea rā taku huarahi hei whainga? Ko te kete mātauranga? Ko te kete aronui? Ko te kete mō aku hū rānei? Ko ēnei ngā pātai i pātaihia e au ki a au anō i te mutunga o taku akoranga i te kura tuarua. Titiro kau […]

    by

  • australia

    Ngāti Kangarū

    – SPONSORED – Nō te Hune 2015, ka whakawhiti atu mātou ko tōku whānau ki Ahitereia.  Ko te toro atu ki ōku whanaunga te take matua me te hararei anō hoki.  Nā te ngaukino o te hotoke i Pōneke, he waimārie nō mātou te whakaputa atu ki te Takutai Kōura (ara ko te GC).  Te […]

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  • jamie

    Mai i te pūmotomoto o Taranaki

    Tahe atu ngā wai mātao ki Waitara

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  • Arts and Science

  • Te Matatini 2015

    I ahu mai Te Matatini o Te Rā i te tau 1972. I puawai tēnei whakataetae kapa haka hei poipoi, hei whakarangatira, hei whakatinana i to tātou iwi Māori me ngā taonga tuku iho. Ko te kapa haka he momo toi whakaari ka noho tata ki tō tātou ngākau. Mai rā ano i raranga i ngā pakiwaitara, ā, i ngā kōrero, i ngā pukenga o tēra hapu, o tēra iwi i roto i te kapa haka. Ko tēnei mea te kapa haka he momo mahi-ā-tinana, ā, he momo mahi-ā-wairua.

    Ia rua tau ka tū ngā whakataetae ki tēnei iwi, ki tēra iwi o te motu. I tēnei tau i tū ngā whakataetae kapa haka o Te Matatini ki Ōtautahi, Te Waipounamu. Kāore e kore i whakamana te iwi i a rātou anō mai i te ekenga mai o ngā tira o te motu tae noa ki te whakamutunga.

    Parekapreka ana ki te kite i ngā tamariki, i ngā kaumatua, i ngā whanau i huihui mai ki te tautoko i ngā rōpū kapa haka. Kāore he kupu hei whakamarama i te wairua o te hunga matakimaki, ka eke te rōpū ki runga i te atamira, kua tau te mauri.

    Katahi rā i tu maia, i tu rangatira ngā kaihaka katoa. I kitea e te tangata i te ihi, te wehi me te wana i runga i te ātamira. Ka whātero ngā arero ki a Ranginui, ka pukanakana ki to tātou whaea a Papatuanuku. Ka kaha te mauri o ngā kaihaka i runga i te ātamira i  maringi ngā roimata o Ranginui mo ngā rā e rua.

    Rā tuatahi:

    Te Kapa Haka o Kairanga (Rangitane), Ngāti Rangiwewehi (Te Arawa), Te Pao a Tahu (Waitaha), Te Waka Huia (Tamaki Makaurau), Te Ahikōmau a Hamoterangi (Waitaha), Te Pikikōtuku o Rongomai (Te Arawa), Hātea Kapa Haka (Te Taitokerau), Manawa Mai Tāwhiti (Te Whenua Moemoea), Ngā Uri ō Tamarau (Te Whanganui-a-tara), Pareārau (Ngāti Kahungunu), Ōpotiki Mai Tāwhiti (Mataatua), Muriwhenua (Te Taitokerau), Te Aitanga a Hauiti ki Uawa (Te Tairawhiti), Te Raranga Whānui (Te Whenua Moemoea, Te Po- o-Mangatawhiri (Tainui)

    Rā tuarua:

    Ngāti Kahungunu ki Heretaunga (Ngāti Kahungunu), Ngā Uri o Whanoa (Te Arawa), Hokianga (Te Taitokerau), Te Reanga Morehu o Ratana (Aotea), Te Matārae i Ōrehu (Te Arawa), Tūtara Kauika ki Rangitaua (Mataatua), Tū Te Manawa Maurea (Te Tairāwhiti), Te Whatakura (Te Tau Ihu o Te Waka a Maui), Ngā Purapura o Te Taihauāuru (Aotea), Tūranga Ake (Te Whenua Moemoea), Kataore (Te Arawa), Te Kapa Haka o Whāngārā Mai Tawhiti (Te Tairāwhiti), Te Matapihi ( Aotea), Te Rōpu Manutaki ( Tamaki Makaurau),  Ngā Tumanako (Tamaki Makaurau).

    Rā tuatoru:

    Tuutuu Kaa’Ika (Aotea), Te Iti Kahurangi (Tainui), Te Kapa Haka o Ngāti Rangitane (Ngāti Kahungunu), Ngā Taonga Mai Tawhti (Te Whanganui-ā-tara), Te Kapa Haka o Te Whanau-ā-Apanui (Mataatua), Tū Te Maungaroa (Te Whanganui-ā-tara), Ngā Manu a Tāne (Waitaha), Te Tū Mataora (Rangitane), Ngā Pou o Roto (Tainui), Te Rerenga Kōtuku (Ngāti Kahungunu), Tūhourangi-Ngāti Wahiao (Te Arawa),  Te Puu Ao (Te Tai Tokerau), Mōtai Tangata Rau (Tainui), Waihirere (Te Tairāwhiti)
    Kāti rā me whakanuia e tātou i ngā tauira, i ngā kāhui ākonga onamata i tū ake i runga i te atamira o te Matatini. I tū rātou hei manutaiko mo a rātou ake iwi, hei manu tīoriori mo ā rātou ake whānau. Ko rātou mā e koekoe, e ketekete, e kuku ana. Na rātou i kawe i ngā puhi raukura ki ngā tatahi o Te Waipounamu,hei reo mo ā rātou ake iwi,hei reo mo Te Whare Wananga o Wikitoria. He mihi matakuikui ki a kōutou i tuia i te korowai ka uhia i ngā pakahiwi o ō tātou matua tipuna. Ka noho kōutou hei pou, hei tauira mo ngā pia ka eke ki runga i te mata o Te Whare Wananga o Wikitoria.

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