The district marae, known as the marae mataeinaa, was of the same shape as the national marae but smaller format. Nga konohi o rongomaitapui raua ko hinerupe the faces of rongomaitapui and hinerupe. The telling of our history that has been encouraged by tuia encounters 250 must continue and the government will play its part, prime minister jacinda ardern says. Apr 16, 2009 a guide complete with glossary to customs, protocol and etiquette for visitors to new zealand marae.
A guide complete with glossary to customs, protocol and etiquette for visitors to new zealand marae. Puketeraki marae is situated on the corner of apes rd and coast rd in karitane and overlooks huriawa peninsula. The marae coordinator is the point of contact during working hours. Ngati porou is proud of their links with kindred tribes such as. In 1996 an electrical fire destroyed part of hinerupe marae. The local hinerupe marae and meeting house, located in the township, is a tribal meeting place of the ngati porou hapu of ngati tuere, te whanau a hinerupe, te whanau a karuai and te whanau a tuwhakairiora. Nga kaitiaki, dewes koro te kapunga responsible trustee henare pierre responsible trustee mill james. World war and later wars can be found in bob mcconnells book, te araroa pp. The story of hinemihi is one of four meeting houses around the world featured in the new te papa press book the.
My mum showed my twin and i the marae when it was closed due to fire accident i cant remember how old we were but it was the original marae, our mother asked me what was the name above the door, i said it silently i couldnt believe what i just read, then i looked at my mother and said. What was life like around the time your marae was built. At the meeting house, hinerupe, daily morning and evening prayers were read. Marae maori meeting grounds the marae meeting grounds is the focal point of maori communities throughout new zealand. Now, puketeraki marae is a place where both whanau and whanui gather to experience that specialness such a site offers. Research notes exercise book containing references on personal study of asia pacific. Sometime after the second world war the memorial obelisk was moved from. The whakatauki quoted to me was e rua nga tauira i moe i nga puehu o te ahi meaning there would always be more than one version of history passed on, depending on the teller. Te whanau a hinepare, of hinepare marae in rangitukia, awatere marae in te araroa, hinerupe marae. At this marae were attached titles and genealogies of the families of state leaders.
I have a comprehensive knowledge of all three iwi above and i would love to share that with anyone who wants to. First published in 1891 this is one of many historical adventure stories that were popular in the late 19th century written by henty who was a prolific english novelist, special correspondent and imperialist. Check availability below submit a booking form for more information, please contact us. They are a great example of practicing manaakitanga, caring for and thinking of others. Transparencies of maori whare, carvings, and paintings. Hinerupe marae the ancestral home of the east coast hapu of te whanau a hinerupe and te whanau a tuwhakairiora was burnt to the ground on april 1996. Hinerupe marae is located in te araroa in the east cape, on paikea street.
Ten years later te araroa got another war memorial with the opening of the new dining hall, te rongomaitapui, at hinerupe marae in april 1938. Im from te whanau a rahui, ngati uepohatu, te whanau a putaanga, and also have ties to te whanau a tuwhakairiora, te whanau a hinerupe, te whanau a ruataupare, te whanau a te aotawarirangi. Robert n mcconnell history and building of the hinerupe marae and the rongomaitapui building. The marae connects ancestrally to the waka horouta, the maunga hikurangi and the awa waiapu. Stephens anglican church, pensioner flats, hinerupe marae, hotel, garage, and air strip. This is the visual story of life in maasai mara, kenya, wild home of african big game and one of the worlds most famous wildlife reserves.
Iconic female ancestors honoured on maori tv scoop news. To read more articles or stories about hinerupe click here. This book is a comprehensive, concise guide to the marae, including the space and how it is arranged, the. Auaukiterangi was an ariki high chief and the father of hoturoa. Created as a temporary home away from home for whanau of horouta.
Inspire a love of reading with prime book box for kids discover delightful childrens books with prime book box, a subscription that delivers new books every 1, 2, or 3 months new customers receive 15% off your first box. Apirana ngata commented that ngati porou maori land court claims of the 19th century were established mainly through the mana of mauitikitikiataranga, and that the origin canoes were largely neglected. Kia ora, haere mai and welcome to the te maru o hinemihi website the virtual marae for the maori meeting house hinemihi o te ao tawhito from te wairoa, aotearoa new zealand and now at clandon park in surrey, england. Feb 24, 2018 this marae grows kumara and gives them to those in need.
Ngati porou is affiliated with the 28th maori battalion and has the secondlargest affiliation of any iwi in new zealand, with 71,910 registered members in 2006. I have a comprehensive knowledge of all three iwi above and i would love to share that with anyone who wants to learn more about their history and roots. Ngati porou is proud of their links with kindred tribes such as te whanauaapanui. Iconic female ancestors who achieved fame and immortality are celebrated in a new series taku wahine purotu my beautiful woman premiering on maori television on. Ngati porou whakapapa page 5 iwi, hapu and marae owc. The marae connects ancestrally to horouta waka, the maunga hikurangi and the awa whetumatarau and. At the township of te araroa is the local district high school, ministry of works depot, resident policeman, doctor, and district nurse, the old picture theatre hovells hall formerly used for dances and land court sessions, the salvation army hall, st.
Sometime after the second world war the memorial obelisk was moved from the domain to a site in front of the marae. These 16 names were selected by our users that were looking for other names like marae. These grounds usually include a wharenui meeting house and are usually affiliated with iwi tribes and hapu subtribes. Eparaima makapi marae c witeria herewini po box 203. Its principal hapu are ngati tuere, te whanau a hinerupe, te whanau a karuai and te whanau a tuwhakairiora of ngati porou iwi.
The traditional rohe or tribal area of ngati porou extends from potikirua and lottin point in the north to. The local hinerupe marae and meeting house, located in the township, is a tribal meeting place of the ngati porou hapu of ngati tuere, te. Koro, may you rest in peace in the bosom of your family in hinerupe marae rest in peace. Marae the heart of maori culture book gifts on rathbone. Rehua continues to be a centre for recreation, social occasions and worship. Horouta ki poneke marae society inc, porirua, new zealand. Anup shahs distinctive style of photography propels the reader into the middle of this evocative land and its resident animals, immediately and intimately. I am now ready to learn im so excited about the journey and being part of an awesome whanau learning about our whakapapa. Kohere, reweti tuhorouta dictionary of new zealand biography.
Here are the archives of the old papa panui with the data from 2004 2008. This marae grows kumara and gives them to those in need. Rehua hosts many visitors every year from primary school children to royalty in 2002 her majesty queen elizabeth ii visited the marae. Nga konohi o rongomaitapui raua ko hinerupe the faces of. My marae visit a booklet of activities about the marae. My dads name was ato te urikore kahaki and i was told that one of his maraes was hinerupe whether that is true i dont know so any info will be greatfully appreciated. She was speaking at tuahuru marae in te mahia today as part of the official closing ceremony for tuia 250. Its stance as a multitribal and multicultural marae, make it a place where people from all backgrounds may find a common unity. Tragically, on april 1996 rongomaitapui burnt to the ground and the nearby hinerupe meeting house was gutted in a fire caused by an electrical fault. Te waiiti marae draft strategic plan december 2011. If information about your marae needs to be updated, corrected or added to, please contact us here at. The other in may at ohinewaiapu marae in rangitukia where ngarinos grandmother emere mountain nee kaa was born. The grief experienced by the hapu sent ripples of aroha along the east coast and throughout the country. The marae, a culmination of polynesian history the.
Hinepare marae is located near the waiapu and maraehara rivers. A marae is a fencedin complex of carved buildings and grounds that belongs to a particular iwi tribe, hapu sub tribe or whanau family. Hinerupe marae in te araroa is one of the marae to host people seeking shelter. These books, written in english, were followed by he konae aronui. Hiwi and pat tauroa outline the sequence of events that begins when visitors arrive at the gates of a marae and ends with their departure. Te araroa is a town in the gisborne region of the north island of new zealand. Oct 18, 2016 hinemihi, the maori meeting house far away from home. Mohinui marae c ngawai mahanga po box 166, kawakawa 0291. The marae complex was rebuilt and reopened on 30 march 2002. Auaukiterangi is the name of the ancestral carved house at maketu marae, which was built and opened in 1962. The maori people and moriori people have hundreds of marae meeting grounds around new zealand. Spoilers because that book was horrible and i want to cry for reading it yeah sandra i know how you feel. Hinemihi, the maori meeting house far away from home stuff. The entire marae complex was rebuilt and was reopened on 30 march 2002.
The marae connects ancestrally to horouta waka, the maunga hikurangi and the awa whetumatarau and awatere. Due to the government restrictions regarding covid19 banning gatherings of more than 100 people indoors, te rawhiti marae will be temporarily closed for new bookings. The photograph was taken by josiah martin shortly after the completion of the meeting house. They include a brief history of the marae, the minute book of the otara marae society inc. It allows you to go beyond the similarities of a name, which can provide a lot of inspiration. At rongomaitapuithe wharenui meeting house of hinerupe marae at te.
If you didnt find an alternative name that you like better than marae, try our name generator. Te araroa memorial nzhistory, new zealand history online. Set in ancient egypt, its the story of mara, a bright, feisty slave girl who unexpectedly finds herself forced to act as a spy for both sides of a conflict over the throne of egypt. In all history, there is no drama of more terrible interest than that which terminated. They are repositories of genealogy, provide a sense of pride for maori as symbols of identity and are vibrant places where people experience authentic maori culture. The hall was the glue that bound a close community together. Marae operations assistant completes and signs the checklist with the hirer and emailsposts a signed copy to the security team and head of security. My full name is noella hinerupe araroa, i was named after my mums sister venice hinerupe noelle wynyard. Sustaining and supporting our reo and tikanga o ngati hinekura sustaining and practising our traditions as a marae and hapu cherishing our history, stories and waiata 5 year strategic goals wananga. Parts of the marae are carved by hone ngatoto tuwahiawa. Please contact one of our lovely bookings officers if you would like to use our marae for your next function. New zealand troops on the somme battlefield where casualties totalled more than a million.
Ngati porou is a maori iwi traditionally located in the east cape and gisborne regions of the north island of new zealand. It was not the first meeting house to be built at maketu marae, but it is certainly considered to be the most important, because of its ancestral name. The official opening of the meeting house was organised for march 1881. Kaia desai fihn will be hecuas student blogger for the new zealand program this spring semester. They mostly cover the period 1982 to 1992, although there are some earlier items. Watch some episodes of marae diy or marae kai masters on maori television.
Our key foci for strengthening our hinekuratanga include. Dave dobbyn and neil finn will take part in the out of the ashes festival to be held at the te araroa domain. Marae the heart of maori culture marae are unique places where maori culture is expressed and upheld. If you are from ngati porouwhanau a apanuite aitanga a mahaki and have any questions about whakapapa then here is the place to ask. I am want to know its history who hinerupe is, why was the marae named after her, where did she come from, what was her hapu, what was her rank. Ko te whanauaruataupare tetahi o nga hapu o ngati porou. It is available for groups who want the marae experience. Apirana ngatas rauru nui a toi lectures are a good source of ngati porou history according to that whare wananga. The marae, a culmination of polynesian history the tahiti.
The marae is a nga hau e wha in that it welcomes peoples from all the fours winds and is not a tribal marae. These grounds usually include a wharenui meeting house and are usually affiliated with iwi tribes and hapu subtribes in maori society, the marae is a place where the culture can be celebrated, where the maori language can be spoken, where intertribal obligations can be met, where. Dec 19, 2016 where my mother is originally from and is now buried there. Haapu, 42, is breastfeeding her new baby at the kitchen table, surrounded by books and.
Hinemihi, the maori meeting house far away from home. Hinerupe marae items national library of new zealand national. A whakapapa of tradition has had two launches one in april at waipapa marae at the university of auckland where ngarino is a senior lecturer in art history and coordinator of the museums and cultural heritage programme. Big, burly norm, 42 and 16 stone, has a tenyearold beard plaited and twisted in dreadlocks, and is on the electoral roll as a subsistence peasant. Our hinekuratanga is the essences of our marae and hapu. For two coasties at tokomaru bay, contentment is a quiet smoke on a winters night and a roadside seat on the happygolucky highway. I love its secretsthe secrets of maori history and folklore, of fishing and. I can also help with questions of kawa and tikanga in ngati porou marae if there are any people who have questions about the particular kawa, then ask away. E koro, takoto mai i te poho o to whanau, i to marae o hinerupe, takoto mai, takoto mai.
Oct 08, 2015 the marae, a culmination of polynesian history posted by heloise alberola on 8 october 2015 8 october 2015 a relatively recent settlement, french polynesia, however, is full of archeological treasures, vestiges of the time of chiefdoms and ancestral religious rythes. Waitangi marae at te tii in 1880 new zealand history. This photograph shows the waitangi marae at te tii in 1880, with the meeting house te tiriti o waitangi foreground and the waitangi treaty memorial right of meeting house. Its principal hapu are ngai tane, ngati hokopu, ngati nua, te whanau a hinepare and te whanau a rerewa of ngati porou iwi. This was dedicated to the glory of god and in lasting memory of those who fell in the first world war. Hinepare marae 520 rangitukia rd, rangitukia rated 4. Where my mother is originally from and is now buried there.1369 781 1346 677 1474 1359 353 1318 1351 755 653 1471 606 1146 380 1076 628 1441 1453 849 1170 1123 416 320 1022 1402 1250 555 322 951 718