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Floods in Tāmaki Makaurau

Our love is with whānau in Auckland experiencing the loss, fear, and uncertainty brought in by the floods over the past and coming days.

Below is a list of places to find help, and to offer help for those in Tāmaki Makaurau:

Where to find help for urgent needs like a safe place to stay: 

  • For those who need to evacuate and cannot stay with friends or family, head to one of the Civil Defence Centres.
  • If you need urgent help to find a safe place to stay, call 0800 22 22 00.
  • For welfare assistance, you may be eligible for a Civil Defence Payment or other support. Phone the Ministry of Social Development on 0800 400 100.

Where to find support for your mental health:

Where to find accessibility support:

  • Accessable are available for urgent repairs needed for disability equipment. You can call them on a 24/7 phone line at 0508 001 002. They’re also available to assist if you’ve evacuated and need equipment where you are now.
  • Deaf and disabled whānau can contact Whakarongorau Aotearoa (New Zealand Telehealth Services) for support by texting 8988 or calling 0800 111 123.
  • People First NZ have prepared this Easy Read information about the flooding in Auckland.
  • Information in NZSL – including what to do during and after a flood – is available here.

Where to find support for migrant whānau:

Where to find food, clothes, bedding and cleaning supplies:

Where to volunteer your time to support clean ups and people in need:

Where to find some helpful information:

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Wharekawa Marae is still Closed for renovations October 2022

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Wharekawa Marae Reservation Trust AGM 2022

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Panui to all descendants of Ngāti Hura

Pānui
Tēnā tātou katoa e ngā uri o Ngāti Hura I roto ano I ngā ahuatanga o te wā.
E rere arorangi atu ana ngā whakamanawa ki a koutou kei ngā wharua o te wā kāinga
Mei kore koutou ka kore rawa ēnei mahi tuku, e haumāuiui
Ko te mea nui ko te tautāwhi I te ahi kā, kia whita, kia ngiha kia ora
To all descendants of Ngāti Hura
A special hui has been called to discuss the options for internment of Kōiwi exhumed on Mokoia Pā as part of the AMETI (Auckland Manukau Eastern Transport Initiative) a transport project undertaken by Auckland Transport in Eastern and Southern Auckland.
This Kaupapa is important and is not for the decision of one person. It needs to be discussed so the descendants of Ngāti Hura can take the time to come together, reconnect and care for our tupuna.
Venue:​Hui to be held at Kaiaua Community Hall / Bowling Club Lipscombe Road Kaiaua
Date: ​Saturday 17th September 2022. Time: 10.00am
Mihimihi – Karakia
1.​Whakawhanaungatanga
2.​History of Mokoia Mauinaina and its significance to Ngāti Hura.
3.​Overview of AMETI project and finding of Kōiwi
6.​Current status of Kōiwi and options for internment.
7.​General Discussion / Questions
9.​Where to from here
10.​Karakia Whakamutunga
Due to the lack of Wi-Fi connection and the sensitivity of the discussion at the venue this hui will NOT be Live streamed.
Therefore, I would ask that you or someone from your whānau attend this hui.
I also ask that only Ngāti Hura descendants be present at this hui, so as not to cloud the Kaupapa.
Meantime should you have any questions contact Frank Rawiri (Ngāti Hura – Ngāti Paoa me Ngati Pakau, Ngati Toro – Ngāpuhi) by email on ngatipaoa.hura@gmail.com
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September Intake – Wharekawa Marae Vision Mātauranga Iwi Research Training Programme – Enrolment 2022-23

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Wharekawa Marae Reservation Trust Information Hui

Wharekawa Marae Reservation Trust Information Hui.

Wharekawa Marae Beneficiaries are invited to attend an

Information Hui – Charter Review Process

on: Sunday 14 August 2022 10.00am-12.00pm

at: Ecoquest, 1204 East Coast Road, Whakatīwai 2473

email: trustees@wharekawamarae.co.nz to receive the agenda and information pack
(A zoom link will be included in the information pack to join online).

If you are feeling unwell, please stay home, (masks and sanitiser will be provided)

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Wharekawa Marae Tree Planting Kaupapa 2022

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Wharekawa Marae Komiti ZOOM Hui MARCH 2022

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Wharekawa Marae Survey – February 2022

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EcoQuest Education Foundation Te Rarangahau Taiao – Wānanga Pekapeka 5th – 6th March 2022

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Wharekawa Marae Led Kaiaua Community COVID Response Survey

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WM Komiti Panui September 2021

WM Komiti Panui September 2021

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COVID Vaccination Shuttle Service: Kaiaua

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AGM Notice Wharekawa Marae JULY 2021

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Wharekawa Marae Planting Days – Waharau Regional Park July 2021

SAVE THE DATES WHANAU!!

These planting days will help our whanau on the ground reach their planting target and potentially become an annual event for our marae! There is a financial incentive that comes back to the marae if the target of 12,500 plants are planted by the end of July. This will help cover some of the operation costs during the 12-month closure of our marae.

Awhi mai, awhi atu e te iwi e…

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Wharekawa Marae 12 Month CLOSURE – July 2021

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Whakatiwai & Waharau Planting Days

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AGM Notice Wharekawa Marae 2021

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Te Roopu Whai Putea o Wharekawa Marae

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Te Matawaka au moana o Tīkapakapa Tīkapa Coast2Coast Date: Saturday 26th June 2021

Coast2Coast_Panui

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Te Muri Aroha Wharekawa Marae June 2021 – Quarterly Update

Panui Doc for June 2021 FINAL

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Warren Rawiri-Walsh – Te Muri Aroha Team

Warren Rawiri-Walsh – Te Muri Aroha Team

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Wharekawa Marae Communications Lead – Expression of Interest

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Kaiwhakahaere – Expression of Interest (EOI)

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Kairaranga – Expression of Interest (EOI)

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Te Muri Aroha – December 2020 Panui

Te Muri Aroha – December 2020 PanuiTe Muri Aroha – December 2020 Panui

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Te Muri Aroha – November 2020 Monthly Newsletter

Te Muri Aroha – Wharekawa Marae Newsletter – Nov 2020Te Muri Aroha – Wharekawa Marae Newsletter – Nov 2020

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Te Muri Aroha – November 2020 Panui

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Te Muri Aroha – October 2020 Monthly Newsletter

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Te Muri Aroha – Wharekawa Marae – Newsletter October 2020

 

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WHAREKAWA 2120 HUI

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Te Muri Aroha – October 2020 Panui

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Te Muri Aroha – September 2020 Monthly Newsletter

Te Muri Aroha – September 2020 Monthly update

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Friday 11th September 5 pm – Sunday 13th September 2 pm
Friday 11th September 5 pm – Sunday 13th September 2020

 

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Wharekawa Marae Led Response

As whānau needs arise Wharekawa marae have been proactive in working collaboratively with its strategic partners and in particular DOC and Watercare services Auckland to provide firewood to whanau both at Wharekawa marae and Mangatangi marae. A huge thankyou to those whānau members who volunteered to chop and split the logs provided by Watercare.

Also we acknowledge the swift response from partners.

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Wharekawa Marae led COVID 19 Response

Wharekawa Marae led COVID 19 Response:

The Wharekawa Marae Trust along with the Wharekawa Marae Komiti have activated a marae led COVID19 response which was quickly initiated before Alert level 4 directed by central government at midnight 26th March 2020.

Wharekawa marae were very clear from the outset that our whanau living along the coast of Wharekawa being rurally isolated and in particular our most vulnerable whanau needed immediate response, and that to make that happen we needed to act swiftly and work with agency and our Māori service providers within the Hauraki rohe to share the mahi.

The marae also identified the need to connect with Makomako marae to ensure a co-ordinated approach amongst our whanau whanui o Ngāti Paoa me Ngāti Whanaunga.

Whanau leads were identified living along the coast that enhanced the strategy of a co-ordinated approach and the sharing of mahi to avoid any burn out, ensuring health and well being was at the forefront for all.

Wharekawa Marae would like to take this opportunity to acknowledge the collaborative efforts across Hauraki and in particular with the Hauraki District Council, Thames Coromandel District Council, Hauraki Māori Trust Board, Te Korowai Hauora o Hauraki and Civil Defence.

Gratitude and acknowledgement goes out to our whanau leads and whanau kaimahi who made themselves available during this COVID19 Alert Level  4 lockdown to support the needs of our whanau along the coast from Ngātea to Waimango. Fresh Fruit and vegetables, food parcels, hygiene packs, care packs and drinking bottled water were made available for our whanau over the last 4 week period. A whanau member said “Its times like this when help is so much appreciated it makes me feel at ease” and  “We are all so grateful for your support and aroha”

Ngā mihi nui ki a koutou katoa.

The marae facilitated with Te Korowai Hauora a Hauraki Mobile Flu vaccinations clinic that was made available 27th March 2020 in the carpark of Wharekawa Marae that had 47 whanau members attend and receive flu vaccinations. We would like to thank on behalf of the whanau Te Korowai Hauora o Hauraki for this much needed service.

Whanau have taken this opportunity to forage, prepare and cook kai.

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New Paerangi Website Launched

New Paerangi Website Launched

https://www.teaomaori.news/new-paerangi-website-launched-whanau-haua

 

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Hack the Crisis New Zealand

Challenge to design, test and bring to life innovative ideas for life in New Zealand beyond COVID-19

https://www.hackthecrisis.nz/?fbclid=IwAR1rqjblooXieiPtT0TncgyqVmYaNeZIm8NCMHQI22OjTNX1fJU9ZtIpDSI

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Health Point

 

For information about your health concerns please visit:

https://www.healthpoint.co.nz/

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Aroha Chat Bot

Rā atu, rā atu kia hoki ora atu ki te kāinga
Everyone home safe every day.
Kia ora,

We hope you and your whānau are well and safe, and adjusting to a new way of living. Our thoughts are with you, and your whānau and important people in your community, as we walk together into this new challenge that lays ahead.

We have just received this information about “Aroha” a chatbot designed to help young people cope with stress at this time. It has been developed by University of Auckland digital youth e-health providers and it provides practical supports and tools while we are physically separated from friends, from school, from sports, activities and communities that would usually support us.

We understand that you are on holiday right now, but we wanted to give you access to it so it can help you and other young people you care about. The developers are also keen to improve it, so it is part of a research project.

Check it out here…  http://tiny.cc/aroha

Take care and hope you enjoy Aroha

The Aroha Chatbot Team