PANUI HURA KOHATU - ANNA MARSDEN (nee Rickit): The family extend a warm invitation to join them to celebrate, unveil and bless Anna's headstone.
When: Saturday November 21, 2015
Where: Marsden homestead, Waiotehue Rd, Takahue
Matua Joe's whanau advise the following change - the funeral is now set for 11am tomorrow (Friday 20th November) at the Seventh Day Adventist Church on Bonnetts Rd in Kaitaia.
We have heard that Joseph (Sandy Latimer passed away on Tuesday 17 November 2105 aged 91 years, surrounded by his family, after a short illness.
Much loved father of Lillian (deceased), Marion and Joby (deceased), Larry and Joy, Caitlin and Paul. Rosemary and Vivian, Dorothy and Doug, Bradley and Robyn, David, Jeremy and Chrissy.
The final hui-a-marama of Te Runanga-a-Iwi o Ngati Kahu in 2015 is notified below.
Te Rūnanga-ā-Iwi o Ngāti Kahu
21a Parkdale Cres Phone (09) 4083 013
FINAL UPDATE: Whaea Mei has now been taken to Potahi Marae in Te Kao. Her funeral is set for 10am tomorrow - Thursday 19th November 2015.
TUESDAY 17/11/15 - UPDATE 2: As at this afternoon, whaea Mei is still laying at Pukepoto marae. We will advise any changes as they come to hand. In any event our roopu will still meet at 8.30am in Awanui prior to travelling to either Pukepoto or Te Kao.
FINAL UPDATE: Rutene is now lying in Kauhanga marae at Peria. His funeral has been set for 10am tomorrow - Thursday 19th November 2015.
UPDATE: There will be an 11am service tomorrow (Tuesday17th November 2015) for Rutene at the church in Mangere, after which the whanau will bring him home to Kauhanga marae in Peria.
PANUI MATE - RUTENE PEREIHA: Kua hinga a Rutene Pereiha no Te Paatu ki Peria.
It is again our sad commssion to let all our people know of the passing of another iwi member.
Professor Margaret Mutu has been awarded the Pou Aronui Award for her sustained contribution to indigenous rights and scholarship in New Zealand.
The Pou Aronui Award is awarded annually by the Royal Society of New Zealand. It acknowledges distinguished service to the humanities-aronui over a sustained period of time.
Margaret is a Professor of Māori Studies in the Faculty of Arts. She is Chairperson of two of her marae and Te Rūnanga-ā-iwi o Ngāti Kahu, Ngāti Kahu’s parliament.
She received the Pou Aronui Award at a special ceremony in Auckland last night.