KIA NIWHA TE NGAAKAU
Nau mai, whakapiri mai ki te waahanga UPLIFT, araa Kia Niwha te Ngaakau!
This space is all about the ways we can uplift one another while at home with our bubble crews over the coming weeks. Here you’ll find a range of videos and reading as well as useful resources we can use together with our bubble whaanau. If you have anything you’d like to share with your Waikato whaanau near and far, please send your vids/books/resources to us here.
HEI AHA A NETFLIX, ANEI KEE KO IWI-FLIX!
Kia Niwha te Ngaakau, Kiriata o te Waa
“Ahakoa he moroiti he moroiti naa te aroha…” Although it is small, it is given with love…
Our next choice for the moment is our most recent Hiki Wairua video produced by our amazing team behind the scenes – Te Whaanau Whiu. To celebrate Mother’s Day our team asked various whaanau to send a video of themselves singing or signing along to the well renowned waiata – Te Aroha. The team put a beautiful spin on the video by incorporating the waiata – Love Lifted Me, by Kenny Rogers. This video can be used to celebrate any kaupapa no matter how big or small, he pounamu!
Delve into our unique iwi history and koorero tuku iho as we visit with some of our maangai-a-iwi from around our rohe. Snuggle up on the couch, or spread out together on the mattresses and enjoy.
AUE HEI AUE
Take a glimpse into the world of our uniquely Waikato tikanga, our uniquely Waikato koorero kaauta, and best of all – our uniquely Waikato sense of humour, you won’t want to miss this whaanau! E kore e mutu ngaa mihi ki ngoo taatou kaikoorero i whai waahi mai ki teenei kaupapa.
Co-produced by Te Noni Productions and Waikato-Tainui.
HEI KAI MA TE NGAAKAU – FOOD FOR THE SOUL
Check in on some of our awesome Waikato locals, iwi members and more whaanau from around the motu sharing their dishes, favourite recipes, favourite food, sharing what they eat in their bubble, kia niwha ai te ngaakau! If you’ve got some cool and interesting vids or pics you’d be keen to share with your Waikato whaanau, send them through to us
MAA TE PUKU – GOOD TIMES IN THE KITCHEN
Moeroa’s Rewana Bread
Tunu Kai with Hera Te Kurapa
Hera is a fantastic kaitunu who finds easy and inexpensive ways to whip up beautiful dishes! Teenaa koe Hera, thank you for allowing your vids to be shared in this space.
Kai Time with Hinga Whiu
Here you will find Whaea Hinga Whiu from Kaawhia Moana giving us her tips and tricks from the kaauta! Teenaa koe Whaea Hinga.
MAA NGAA KARU – GOOD READING
Explore and enjoy the below reading resources
MAA TE WAIRUA – HEART WARMERS
He Punakai, He Poukai Episodes
Due to the lockdown, our 2020 Marae Poukai won’t take place. So how about jJoining us on a journey as we look back on great memories from some of our previous Marae Poukai.
Teenaa koutou te whanau. These resources are here as taonga for your kete. Please DO NOT share them.
He Puna Kupu, He Manawa aa-whenua
Let’s check in on some of the awesome koorero and whakamaarama from our tribal dictionary, He Puna Kupu, He Manawa aa-Whenua
HIKI WAIRUA VIDEOS
WAIKATO TE AWA
Head on over to the Waikato River Festival Facebook page ‘HERE’ which gives a great free online resource for our Waikato iwi members to view and learn the entire mooteatea by Rangi Harrison, Waikato te Awa.
Please remember whaanau, there are many ways you can get support outside your bubble. Don’t ever be whakamaa to reach out. If you need an ear to hear you out, or a virtual shoulder to cry on, whakapapa mai ki eenei kaihaapai: