Part 4: He Hokinga Mahara: Personal reflections from uri of Maketu Kāinga


Next up in our online series we head to our Maketu Kāinga. This captures a range of personal experiences growing up in, and returning to the Maketu Kāinga.

Thanks again to all uri who shared their stories.

We hope that this encourages all uri to warmly reflect on their own journey.

If you haven’t already please register at http://www.ngatipukenga.com/index/reg...

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Karawhiua!

Part 3: He Hokinga Mahara: Personal reflections from uri of Tauranga Kāinga

Next up in our online series we head to our Tauranga Kāinga. This captures a range of personal experiences growing up in, and returning to the Tauranga Kāinga.

Thanks again to all uri who shared their stories.

We hope that this encourages all uri to warmly reflect on their own journey.

If you haven’t already please register at http://www.ngatipukenga.com/index/register

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Kia Pūkenga te tu!
 

Part 2: He Hokinga Mahara: Personal reflections from uri of Manaia Kāinga

Next up in our online series we head to our Manaia Kāinga. This captures a range of personal experiences growing up in, and returning to the Kāinga.

Thanks again to all uri who shared their stories..

We hope that this encourages all uri to warmly reflect on their own journey.

If you haven’t already please register at http://www.ngatipukenga.com/index/register

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Maranga ake ai!

Part 1: He Hokinga Mahara: Personal reflections from uri of Pakikaikutu Kāinga


First up in our online series we head to Te Nōta with our Pakikaikutu Kāinga. This captures a range of personal experiences in the Kāinga.

Thanks again to uri for taking the time to share their stories, and in some cases being vulnerable about their experiences.

We hope that this encourages all uri to warmly reflect on their own journey.

If you haven’t already please register at http://www.ngatipukenga.com/index/register

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Karawhiua!

 

He Kohikohinga Mahara: Personal Reflections From Uri

Online 6 part short series

Whether you’re a‘Tangata ako ana ki te kāinga’, went back regularly to stay with your Nan, or recently reconnected with your Pūkenga whakapapa– we hope you find a story you can relate with.

Thank you to all those who took the time to share their personal stories, and we encourage all Ngāti Pūkenga uri to register.

Mātaki mai!