Through May and June, Mauri Ora are conducting a 6 week cooking competition to see who is our master chief of Tauranga moana. This wero not only brings out the best kai cookers in Tauranga, but allows:
The whakataetae is simple and easy for our whānau to engage in.
Each week Mauri Ora will randomly select a lucky whānau from the entries who will receive a koha.
At the end of 6th week Mauri Ora will invite two whānau who have participated in the event. They will be invited to a final cook off with special judges Mel Tata, Stephen Wilson (Happy Puku), and Charlie Rahiri. The whanau that wins will be rewarded, but also the whānau that particpates.
For more information on this kaupapa, follow the link below:
In addition to this kaupapa, Mauri Ora is supporting a young wahine named Innocence Henry who was diagnosed with Ewing Sarcoma Cancer on New Year’s Eve 2020. To show our support, for every participant who enters a kai into the tunu kai wero, Mauri Ora will contribute to her kaupapa.
If you wish to show more support you can follow the link below:
“Ahakoa he iti, he pounamu”
As a part of our Te Tai Whanake Ki Tauranga Moana project, we are holding a series of wānanga both as separate hapū and together as iwi.
The hapu wānanga will all be held at the Ngāti Ranginui office board room at 166 17th Ave from 10am to 12.30pm with each hapū meeting on their respective day outlined below.
Wānanga for the whole iwi will also be held at the Ngāti Ranginui office board room at 166 17th Ave on the following days and times.
He aha tēnei kaupapa? What is this project?
This project looks to create iwi-specific resources for Tauranga moana and these wānanga are part of the Ngāti Ranginui Education Strategy for the Te Tai Whanake Ki Tauranga Moana project. Ngāti Ranginui seek to implement hapū-centric and marae-specific content into this resource project.
Te aronga o te wānanga. Objectives of these wānanga.
The following list guides the format of these wānanga. The purpose being that their inclusion into these proposed resources of Te Tai Whanake ki Tauranga Moana will have Ngāti Ranginui korero stand distinct and in view.
You can register your attendance by messaging us through our Ngāti Ranginui Education Sector Facebook Page or by emailing Yolande at email@example.com