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Auckland City Libraries Lunchtime Series for July

Where: Whare Wānanga, Level 2, Central City Library, Lorne St, Auckland
Cost: Free

Booking: Not always essential but to secure your place, please contact the Central Auckland Research Centre on 09 307 7771, or complete our online booking form.

Māori place names - Point Erin to Wynyard Quarter with Herewini Easton Wednesday 12 July, 12pm -1pm

E tu ake ana ahau ki Okā 
Ka tiro atu ki Te Waikōkota 
Ka rongo ahau ki ngā wai e tere nei
Ko Tīkapa Moana, ko Hauraki ko Waitemata
Ko Ūreia he tipua he taniwha
As I stand at Okā I look out across Te Waikōkota
I sense the waters flowing, Tīkapa Moana, Hauraki, Waitemata
Here is Ūreia the mythical sea creature

Join Herewini Easton on a pictorial journey of the ancient shoreline of Auckland’s waterfront, from Point Erin to Brickfield Bay.

Engagement with Māori taonga - with Rob Eruera.  Wednesday 26 July, 12pm -1pm 

The charismatic karanga of taonga Māori over the years has left my mind and heart filled with emotional wonder at how powerful such treasures truly are. Most important to this equation, however, is how people engage and join with the taonga.

Please join me in this low key chat. 
Nau mai – Haere mai  - Rob Eurera.

NZSG CONFERENCE & MAY NEWSLETTER

NZSG CONFERENCE & MAY NEWSLETTER

With the NZSG Conference being held in early June, the May issue of Te Reo has been held over to include details of the Conference, the MIG Committee will also take this opportunity to set a date for our 2017 AGM.  Te Reo Mei will therefore be online as soon as possible after the long weekend with hardcopies printed and distributed shortly thereafter. Thank you for your patience, Bruce/Editor.

Māori Interest Group Committee Meeting

Māori Interest Group Committee Meeting
08 April 2017 at 10am
FRC Panmure Auckland

AGENDA

Mihi whakatau/ karakia
 
        1         Present:
 
2.          Apologies:
 
3.          Minutes of the last meeting. (already circulated, taken as read)
 
4.          Matters arising.
 
5.           Name change to Whakapapa Research Runanga.
 
6.           Positions to be addressed.
 
7.           Roles to be assigned.
 
8.           Revised documentation.
 
9.           Auckland hapu/iwi connections.
 
10.       Nga iwi o te motu connections.
 
11.       Whakapapa Research Runanga branches and or sub committees.
 
12.       Waiata (2) for WRR Roopu.
 
13.       Titiro whakamuri, anga whakamua " Look back, Move forward" consideration for our whakatauki.
 
14.       Patron.
 
15.       Kaumatua.
 
16.       Any other business.
 
Karakia mutunga.

NZSG Māori Interest Group are due 1st April.

This is to let you know that subscriptions to NZSG Māori Interest Group are due 1st April.
$5.00 or 5 Kiwi Postage Stamps.
 
Your subscription may be made by:
·         Internet banking.  Account number 02-0408-0127363-97.  For those paying from
overseas the Swift Code is BKNZNZ22.  Please reference your payment with your name.
·         Cheque payable to NZSG Māori Interest Group.
My postal address is:  17 Peterhouse Street Tawa Wellington 5028.
 
Nāku noa, nā

AGM Agenda & Postal Vote

Kia ora Whanau

This is to alert you to the Annual General Meeting and Extraordinary General Meeting to be held
Saturday11 March 2017, 10am, at the Meeting Room NZSG FRC, 159 Queens Road, Panmure, Auckland.

I have attached the agenda and a postal voting form.

This is an important meeting as it concerns the future status of our roopu.
The committee is finding it increasingly difficult to abide by the NZSG Rules as they concern Interest Groups.
Our membership is small (25 at the present count) spread throughout New Zealand and Australia.
Thus it is all but impossible to hold meetings and especially so to achieve a quorum at the AGM.

Any change of status would not affect the administration of our roopu.  Te Reo and the website would continue.
We would remain part of NZSG and have a presence at NZSG Research Days.  Furthermore, by becoming a Contact Group
the committee would spend less time on administrative duties and be able to use this to assist members in their whakapapa research.

Your committee urges you to use the attached voting form and show your support of the proposed change of MIG
to an NZSG Contact Group.

Nga mihi

 


Brenda JOYCE

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