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Bringing the Charter to life

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Charter of Commitment
 
 

An inspiring day of korero and workshops was held in Taupo on 15 August. This hui followed on from the E Tu Whānau Charter of Commitment launch, hosted by Ngāti Tūwharetoa the night before at Hirangi marae. Keep Reading

Friday 12 September 2014, 11:15 am

 

Tūwharetoa treat guests to a sensational Charter launch

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Charter of Commitment
 
 

The rains lashed and the winds were icy but nothing could dampen the aroha, manaaki and whanaungatanga that flowed freely at Hirangi marae on Thursday evening (14th August), where the E Tu Whānau Charter of Commitment was officially launched. Tūwharetoa hosted the event and they pulled out all the stops to make the night both fabulous and unforget Keep Reading

Author: E Tu Whānau Editor, Wednesday 20 August 2014, 11:29 am

 

E tu tane!

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E tu tane!
 
 

E tu tāne! In March this year Robert Cassidy was one of 80 men to attend a hui for tāne. The hui was co-hosted by E Tu Whānau and the three northern iwi of Te Rarawa, Ngāti Whātua and Ngāpuhi. Robert was inspired by the Tāne Hui’s kōrero t... Keep Reading

Friday 27 June 2014, 11:36 am

 

Paroa Kurei whanau wananga -

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Whanau
 
 

More than 100 members of the Paroa Kurei whānau gathered at Opotiki marae over Easter 2014 to reconnect and strengthen existing relationships and share stories of their tīpuna. Keep Reading

Wednesday 18 June 2014, 03:15 pm

 

Karanga Atu - Call it Out!

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Karanga Atu – Call it Out! Take 14 young teen boys from Te Whakatōhea, put them together for three weeks with people who genuinely care about them, create an awesome tikanga based programme to build their self-esteem that includes hunting, shootin... Keep Reading

Tuesday 17 June 2014, 03:49 pm

 

Passing on survival skills to next generation

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Whanau
 
 

Passing on survival skills to next generation Gathering food from the land and the sea is a way of life for many whānau. It makes cultural as well as economic sense. Ian Linton (Tūhoe) reckons that he, and his wife Pepa (Whakatōhea, Te Whānau Apanu... Keep Reading

Author: E Tu Whānau Editor, Friday 06 June 2014, 11:12 am

 

Te Wharehou o Tuhoe - the ultimate in sustainability

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Manaakitanga to the max! Passing through Taneatua last week we were blown away by the very impressive Te Uru Taumatua, the beautiful and completely sustainable whare hou o Tuhoe. Keep Reading

Author: E Tu Whānau Editor, Thursday 29 May 2014, 02:02 pm

 

Opotiki supports the greatness of rangatahi

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Rangatahi
 
 

A spirited hikoi of 200 rangitahi took to the streets of Opotiki on 22 May to wrap up Youth Week 2014 in the Bay of Plenty town. ‘Be the change’ was their catch-cry and their challenge to their whole community. Louise Erickson, from Whakatōhea Māori Trust Board said Youth Week 2014 was the biggest and best ever. Keep Reading

Monday 26 May 2014, 04:35 pm

 

Hui celebrates kids and communities

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Hui celebrates kids and communities E Tu Whānau’s Hera Clarke shared her hula moves with tamariki at the Manurewa Marae in May. Hera and fellow E Tu Whānau team member Shirleyanne Brown were delighted to join community workers, kaumātua, mums a... Keep Reading

Tuesday 20 May 2014, 03:21 pm

 

'Kahurangi' Old Girls support their teina

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Rangatahi
 
 

An inspirational group of ex pupils of Auckland Girls' Grammar School Māori unit, Nga Tumanako o Kahurangi , have taken their tuākana-teina relationship with current pupils to a new level. Deane-Rose Ngatai (Ngtāi Porou) says Ngā Tūmanako o Kahurangi and the whānaungatanga at its heart was so important to her own success and that of her peers and t Keep Reading

Author: E Tu Whānau Editor, Thursday 15 May 2014, 11:20 am

 

Maori netball tournament

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Sport
 
 

The Aotearoa Māori Netball Oranga Healthy Lifestyles 27th  Tournament  held in Tauranga over Easter was an awesome showcase for top netballers of all ages and from all parts of the country. E Tu Whānau team member Shirleyanne Brown worked wit... Keep Reading

Author: E Tu Whānau Editor, Monday 28 April 2014, 04:20 pm

 

Te Hiku o te Ika takes top prize in radio ad awards

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Iwi radio has become important way for E Tu Whānau to get its messages out to communities. In recognition of this, E Tu Whānau sponsored a competition for the ad that best captured one of the E Tu values.The far north iwi radio station, Te Hiku o te Ika, took out top prize in 2014. Keep Reading

Author: E Tu Whānau Editor, Monday 14 April 2014, 12:00 am

 

Battle of Orakau informs who we are today

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The 150th commemoration of the Battle of Orakau, held near Kihikihi on 1 April 2014 highlighted the courage of our tūpuna and the importance of knowing our history accurately. Maniapoto kaumātua, Tom Roa, one of over 3000 people who attended the commemorations, says the past informs who we are today and, that by learning what really happened, we Keep Reading

Thursday 03 April 2014, 11:29 am

 

Maoriland Film Festival Rangatahi Awards

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Arts and culture
 
 

Tamariki from Otaki kura were captivated by the videos made by their peers and other young film makers at the Māoriland Film Festival event for young film makers on 25 March, 2014. The event was held at Nga Purapura, The Institute for Māori Lifestyle Advancement in Otaki where a gigantic screen showed five movies created by local students. T Keep Reading

Author: E Tu Whānau Editor, Monday 31 March 2014, 08:14 pm

 

Te Whakaruruhau and fashion designer manaaki refuge women

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When Roni Albert, Manager of Hamilton’s Te Whakaruruhau Māori Women’s Refuge asked fashion designer Annah Stretton to help the refuge become sustainable, she was blown away by the response. Keep Reading

Author: E Tu Whānau Editor, Friday 28 March 2014, 03:55 pm

 
 
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