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Ngāi Tauira 2017

Kia Ora e hoa,

Ngā mihi mahana kia a koutou ngā tauira, ngā kaipānui o tēnei pukapuka maheni, waihoki ngā kaitautoko o tēnei wiki, Te Wiki o Te Reo Māori!

He paku kōrero tēnei hei mōhio ai te katoa ko wai mātou a Ngāi Tauira. Kia koutou, ngā tauira o te Whare Wānanga o Wikitoria, kāore anō kua tūtaki; ko te tūmanako nā tēnei kupu whakataki ka mārama koutou ko wai mātou, ā, he aha rā tō mātou mahi.

Ngāi Tauira is the Māori Students’Association at Victoria University. Our core business is to represent and advocate for the wellbeing of tauira Māori during their time at Victoria. Although we work to advocate political changes for students, we are also firm believers in the life motto “work hard, play hard”. We run whanau events, such as quiz nights, bowling, laser tag tournaments, and movie nights monthly for our students; as well as enter sports teams in the university leagues, have kapa haka weekly, and study wānanga throughout the year.

We provide a space for students to feel a sense of home away from home, and express their own Māoritanga. It is both our responsibility and our aspiration to make the student experience at Victoria the best it can be, so make the most of your own experience and get amongst!

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Maia Te Koha

TUMUAKI TAKIRUA:

Maia Te Koha

Ngāti Porou

Studying: Bachelor of Arts (Education and Te Reo Māori)

Kiwaha: Wēkēneru

 

Kealyn Marshall

TUMUAKI TAKIRUA:

Kealyn Marshall

Te Āti Haunui-a-pāpārangi

Studying: Bachelor of Teaching, Bachelor of Arts (Te Reo Māori and Māori Studies)

Kiwaha: Ko koe kei runga!

 

Nohorua Parata

ĀPIHA WHAKANGĀHAU:

Nohorua Parata

Ngāti Kahungunu, Ngāti Ruanui me Rongowhakaata

Studying: Bachelor of Arts (Film, Media Studies and Te Reo Māori)

Kiwaha: Nā whai ano

 

Shaq Milner

ĀPIHA HAUORA:

Shaq Milner

Ngāti Porou me Kuki Airani

Studying: Bachelor of Commerce (Accounting and Commercial Law

Kiwaha: Arā ia!

 

Hinemaia Takurua

POU TUARONGO:

Hinemaia Takurua

Ngāti Porou, Ngāti Pahauwera

Studying: Bachelor of Arts (Te Reo Māori, Māori Studies) and Bachelor of Science (Marine Biology)

Kiwaha: E kore a muri e hokia

 

Te Aumihi Jones

KAITUHI:

Te Aumihi Jones

Ngāpuhi, Ngāi Takoto, Te Aupōuri

Studying: Bachelor of Commerce (Information Systems)

Kiwaha: Me i kore te Rāmere

 

Kahu Kutia

ĀPIHA TŪMATANUI:

Kahu Kutia

Ngāi Tūhoe

Studying: Bachelor of Arts (Media Studies and Māori Studies)

Kiwaha: Wāwau ana

 

Paul Tukukino

KAITIAKI PŪTEA:

Paul Tukukino

Ngāti Tamatera, Ngāti Porou, Ngāti Kahungunu, Tainui

Bachelor of Commerce (Finance and Information Systems)

Kiwaha: E te muru

 

Sarah-Marie Davies

ĀPIHA MĀTAURANGA:

Sarah-Marie Davies

Ngāti Pikiao, Te Arawa

Bachelor of Law and Bachelor of Commerce (Management)

Kiwaha: Ka mau te wehi!

 

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