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Mau Taiaha Wananga August 2003
Paddy Jacobs had organized a Mau Taiaha wananga for our rangatahi. Matua Boy Thompson took the boys through an intensive two days of matauranga about the taiaha. This culminated in a graduation with whanau invited to see what had been achieved.
Nga Mere Pounamu
These Mere Pounamu are named after the eponymous ancestors of Kauwhata and Wehiwehi. In 1920 the fourth Mäori King Te Rata Mahuta (Ngäti Mahuta) and the Tumuaki of the King Movement Tupu Taingakawa (Ngäti Hauä) presented them to the Prince of Wales, on his visit to New Zealand in Rotorua.
Raukawa District Maori Council
Meeting of the Raukawa District Maori Council held at Wehiwehi Marae on Sunday 15th February 2009
28 Maori Battalion 2009 ReUnion visit Papaioea
On the 21st February 2009 the 28th Maori Battalion held its reunion in Whanganui and visited the 28th Maori Battalion Hall in Palmerston North. Wehiwehi whanau were part of the proceedings. The Gardiner whanau were in force to honored their father Bill (Hohepa Taiki) Gardiner.
Paratawhiti ki Wehiwehi 2009
Te Reo classes for 2009 have started again at Wehiwehi. Under the tutelage of Glenn Cook as kaiako. There are two streams for the 2009 year. A weekly class which operates from 9am to 2pm Monday to Thursday and a monthly class.
Pikirangi Marae is situated at Rotokawa, Rotorua.
Tena koutou katoa
I went to a Maori Party National Executive hui on 22 March 2009. I had forgotten but soon reminded that this marae had our Ransfield (Ranapiri) and Davis whanau.

I think the following quote expresses my whakaaro

"I found my whanau. I'm so overwhelmed I can't even begin to express my emotions. Thank you for getting me started. It means the world to me especially when I haven't seen a Ransfield for 18 years." Kia kaha, Jeremy
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