Kuia Kaumatua Sports Day run by Te Hauora o Te Hiku o Te Ika on Wednesday 20th May at Te Kura Kaupapa Maori o Rangianiwaniwa from 9am - 3pm. Haere tonu Ngati Kahu Te Iwi. Tautokotia.
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Mihi mahana to all the graduands at this week's Te Wananga o Awanuiarangi capping ceremony. Especially to Te Ikanui Kingi-Waiaua (Te Paatu ki Peria, Ngati Kahu, Maniapoto), congratulations for graduating as Te Wananga o Awanuiarangi valedictorian 2015 - Te Tohu Paetahi Ako BEd (Tchg) Te Kura Tuatahi. Also to our whanaunga Kiri Paapu, Te Rira Heihei Howard, Lorina Ruruhi Heihei and all others who graduate this week. You have done yourselves and us proud.
He honore ki a koutou. Te kororia ki te Atua.
We are very pleased to hear from our Patu Koraha whanaunga of Ngai Takoto that they are reopening Waimanoni marae with a dawn ceremony on Saturday May 16th. Nga mihi nunui ki a tatou katoa.
After two decades of fighting to stop the previous fee simple title holder of Carrington (Paul Kelly of New York) from building on our burial cave (Te Ana o Taite), Ngati Kahu signed an agreement on 7th February this year with the new fee simple title holder (Guo Jie Gui of Shanghai).
Under the agreement the burial cave is protected for the next millennium. Also under the agreement, Ngati Kahu will make an annual cultural exchange trip to Shanghai to increase our mutual respect and understanding for each other's cultures.