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Ngai Te Rangi
“Ko Ngāi Te Rangi e u ana ki te kaupapa o te tino rangatiratanga hei ara tika mo te Iwi Māori”
“To uphold the mana and tino rangatiratanga of Ngāi Te Rangi Iwi”
This will be achieved through sustaining and maintaining the Rūnanga as the recognised trusted vehicle for Ngāi Te Rangi Iwi decision making processes and for the custodianship of Ngāi Te Rangi collective resources
“To advance the cultural, economic, social, environmental, educational and political development of Ngāi Te Rangi”
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Ko Mauao te Maunga | Mauao is the Mountain
Ko Takitimu te Waka | Takitimu is the ancestral Canoe
Ko Te Awanui te Moana | Te Awanui is our sea
Ko Ngati Ranginui te Iwi | Ngati Ranginui is our Iwi
Ko Tamatea Arikinui te Tangata | Tamatea Arikinui is our Ancestor
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Ngāti Pukenga – te iwi
Nau mai haere mai ki Ngati Pukenga!!
Tēnā rā koutou katoa e te tini e te mano! Whakatau mai rā ki tēnei paetuku tūhonohono nei i a tātou ngā uri o Pukenga, tēnā koutou, tēnā koutou, a, tēnā tātou e huihui mai nei.
Waitaha are the descendants of our tupuna Hei and his son Waitaha. They were both aboard the waka Te Arawa when Te Arawa arrived at Maketu. Although many of the sons of Waitaha settled throughout Aotearoa, the people of Waitaha remained. Hei Marae is located at Motungarara, Manoeka Road, Te Puke, Bay of Plenty, NZ.