I believe in a collective. By that I mean we all stand as one, to strengthen us all. Leadership, teamwork, unity. One voice that echoes the same.

Annie Hearndon-Jones. He uri no Uenuku, Tamakana, Tamahaki.

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Got a suggestion for a place-name change?

The recognition and restoration of our Uenuku, Tamakana and Tamahaki identity, history, traditional associations, cultural heritage and kōrero is emerging as a key Treaty Settlement aspiration. As part of our work to develop Redress Strategy, we are currently working on identifying official place-names which could be changed under our settlement to reflect our kōrero, including

Te Mauri o te Ngahere Waananga

Te Mauri o te Ngahere Wānanga April 4th-6th 2017 Raetihi Marae Day 1 – Tuesday 4th April   1pm Powhiri, kai, settle in, safety brief 3:30 Mihimihi 5pm Setting the scene for the wananga and house rules 5:30 Tea 7pm Karakia Brief for Day 2 and field trips   Kōrero from Kaumātua on Te Wao