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The Governor-General, The Rt Hon Dame Patsy Reddy and Sir David Gascoigne to visit Maniapoto

The Governor-General, The Rt Hon Dame Patsy Reddy and Sir David Gascoigne will be making a three day visit to Maniapoto next week, with events scheduled for Te Kūiti, Ōtorohanga, Waitomo, Piopio, Taumarunui and the Pureora National Park. The visit will focus on a number of areas of interest including Maori business, youth and environmental initiatives. The visit commences on Tuesday 4 April with a powhiri at Te Kūiti Pā. More information available...

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We have now launched Te Nehenehenui.co.nz

MFM and our partners have developed a new website, Te Nehenehenui.co.nz., to support our iwi and Te Rautaki Reo a Te Nehenehenui. The website will bring resources to an online space. Virtually, we are allowing a new type of accessibility to a variety of our resources. He kai kei ō mātou ringa! This site will attract all those interested in Maniapoto history, culture, art and our reo.  Our user-friendly, interactive design will also provide a range of texts; contemporary and historical, visual, audio and written. Check it out by clicking the link below!...

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Site in Construction

Mfm.co.nz is currently in construction.  We hope you enjoy our site as much as we enjoy building it. Our site is not yet complete, as we have much more information to share with you. In the mean time, feel free to browse our current pages as you please. Listen to us live in Whakarongo Mai, check out our pānui page for any updates or get to know us in the Tātou page. If you have any questions don’t hesitate to contact us on our Pā Mai page. Kei a koe te tikanga! Have you spotted our “In construction” icon yet? If you do, it simply means we are currently working on that page and welcome you to check out what’s available in the mean...

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Wānanga Reo ki Te Nehenehehui

Wānanga Reo ki Te Nehenehenui took place this year early in 2017. The kaupapa was Iwi centric and sessions were taught by some of our best specialists, covering topics including aroā, wetereo, whakatauki and kopurapura. Waiata and hītori sessions were also...

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