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Upcoming Events

Koroneihana Tuangahuru Maa Rua

17th – 21st August |  Tuurangawaewae


Te Pae Kaakaa

31st Aug- 2nd Sept | Waikato


Tauranganui Marae Poukai

9th September | Tauranganui Marae


Whaainga Reo

Ko te reo kia tika, ko te reo kia rere, ko te reo kia Maaori

Our primary objective is to promote Te Reo Maaori me ona Tikanga with a Tainui perspective through innovative programming.

There is an emphasis on right shifting people along the language continuum and we encourage everyone with language skills no matter how little, to use the language all day every day.

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Interviews & Videos


Haakarimata Koorero Digital Application Launch

On Thursday the 12th of July we were lucky enough to attend the launch of the newly digital application ‘Ngaa Koorero o Haakarimata’ created by Waikato-Tainui. An app which tells our stories through technology as you go up the Haakarimata Summit Walk. You can now download the app for free at Google Play or Apple Store.

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Kiingitanga Celebrating 160 Years

This year marks the 160th anniversary of the Kiingitanga movement and in response to this a number of events have been established to commemorate this significant milestone, in particular the Kiingitanga 160th Festival.

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Highlights and korero from the Aue Hai Aue Tainui Kapa Haka symposium held in Hopuhopu

Te Maataawai

Pouti attented Te Maataawai hui held 8th September where the ‘Roopuu whakatau’ was decided on. They are Pania Papa, Charlie Te Pana, Haki Tuaupiki, Adam Whauwahu, Jaqui Taituha, Te Puna Moanaroa, Karaitiana Tamatea, Te Puna Moanaroa, Te Wairere Ngaia, Rangimarie Mahuta

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