Panui

23/04/2019: THE DOCTRINE DOCUMENTARY

Submitted by admin2 on Tue, 23/04/2019 - 8:16am

"... there is something sad about those who cling to the Doctrine of Discovery still. But it’s also unsurprising. Why would they let it go when It underpins their fiction of superiority, quiets their fear of inferiority and, to this day, has never publicly been repudiated by the Vatican or any government?"

TO READ MORE ABOUT THE DOCTRINE AND THE EFFORT TO HAVE IT RESCINDED, CLICK ON THE LINK BELOW

18/04/2019: TIAKITIA O MATOU TAKUTAI MOANA - PROTECT OUR SAND DUNES

Submitted by admin2 on Thu, 18/04/2019 - 9:55pm

This is an important message from Haititaimarangai Marae.

Due to the continued desecration of our Wahi Tapu (sacred areas), archaeological sites and dune vegetation, Te Whanau Moana me te Rorohuri Hapu ask that you please respect and support this kaupapa: ALL MOTORISED VEHICLES TO STAY OUT OF THE SAND DUNES OF TOKERAU BEACH AND PUWHEKE.

Signage will be erected at key points to bring this message out to the community.

It is hoped that visitors and residents alike will respect this request.

This kaupapa is also supported by Te Runanga-a-Iwi o Ngati Kahu

16/04/2019: PRESENTATION MADE TO UNITED NATIONS EXPERT MECHANISM ON THE RIGHTS OF INDIGENOUS PEOPLES (UNEMRIP)

Submitted by admin2 on Tue, 16/04/2019 - 9:57am

On Monday 8th April, the Independent Monitoring Mechanism of National Iwi Chairs, chaired by Professor Margaret Mutu, and the Human Rights Commission welcomed the United Nations Expert Mechanism on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples to Aotearoa.

15/04/2019: MAHI KINO KEI KAINGAROA - STUPID VANDALISM AT KAINGAROA

Submitted by admin2 on Mon, 15/04/2019 - 10:13am

After all the hard work of the haukainga and hapu to take care of our tamariki mokopuna who walk across or along the road between Kaingaroa and Awanui, and the good tautoko of NZTA, someone has destroyed the electronic speed feedback sign outside Kaingaroa school. This is not a good outcome for us. Tino pukuriri a matou - slow handclap for the one(s) who did this kaka thing. Any information will be helpful whanau ma. Contact local police directly or via Kareponia Marae Whanau Page, or Ngati Kahu Te Iwi - ngatikahu@xtra.co.nz

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