Looking wrong? Archived version here. Though there is a tendency for all to share in retrospective glory, and to claim that some ancestors were there, it is clear that many hapu, particularly from the east, south, and west of the district, were not represented at the pa at all.
Even hapu were divided: some Ngai Tukairangi were at Pukehinahina, while others acted as guides for the Crown forces a matter that still causes some embarrassment today, as we found. Although Pirirakau were definitely represented in the defence of one wing of the pa, other Ngati Ranginui hapu do not appear to have been significantly represented. However, the battle did take place on Ngai Tamarawaho land, and their counsel named six men from the hapu who took part.
Killed or died later from wounds :. Wounded :. Fought :. Two she took on horseback to a field hospital. Sources :. Attwell, Peter personal communication, 28 March Research Servies, Alexander Turnbull Library. Bay of Plenty Times 22 Aprilp.
Bay of Plenty Times 26 Julyp. Bay of Plenty Times 30 May Bay of Plenty Times 20 Aprp. Bay of Plenty Times 7 Mayp. Bay of Plenty Times 14 Septemberp. Gibson, Tom Mair, Gilbert October 07, Te Paki o Matariki, Volume 9, Post a Comment. Read more. September 16, September 09, Although 19th-century open conflict between the Crown and Hauraki iwi did not generally take place within Hauraki itself, Hauraki was not unaffected by conflict during the Waikato War. In their report on the Hauraki claim, the Waitangi Tribunal relates two events which were direct conflicts with Hauraki people.
September 04, Ka mahue atu a Kawhia i a Marutuahu. Ka haere mai ki Hauraki ki te kimi i tona matua. He hoa tona i to raua haerenga mai. Ka haere mai i runga i nga maunga. I te haerenga mai, ta raua mahi he wero haere i te manu hei kai ma raua, huahua ake. Ka tae mai ki Waikato, ara ki Tuakau, ka whiti i te awa o Waikato. Haeremai i runga i te maunga o Tirikohua, wero haere mai i te manu, kuku, tui, kaka.
A tae mai ki Otau, ka whiti mai i te awa o Te Wairoa, ka piki mai i te maunga i Kohukohunui ka eke mai i te tau, ka titiro ki Tikapa, ki te moana o Hauraki. Heke tonu i runga i te tau, ka puta ki te pukepuk…. I took him to Foys' and had his photograph taken: he makes a capital picture. This girl was sent to the best large schools. When she returned to New Zealand this Maori girl knew three languages and her appearance and all her ways were those of a true Pakeha woman.
She married a leading Hauraki chief, Nikorima Poutotara, and because her husband was a great man and because she too was a gracious person this woman was made much of by the Pakeha people of Hauraki and Auckland. Eventually this woman decided to return to the free-and-easy ways of her people. Her learning of Pakeha ways proved to be only skin deep.
She gave up her desire to do things in the Pakeha way.The western coastline forms the boundary from south of Kawhia down to the Mokau district. It was here that the Tainui canoe landed, and its anchor can still be seen there today.
The northern margins extended to Lake Ngaroto. The eastern side runs along the Rangitoto and Hurakia ranges, with the Tuhua Ranges forming part of the southern boundary. The area over which Waikato exercises kaitiakitanga for the purposes of the Resource Management Act has yet to be confirmed.
Represents Waikato as an "iwi authority" for the purposes of the Resource Management Act Governance structure: Tribal members elect three members from each of the 68 marae to represent them for three years in Te Whakakitenga o Waikato. Te Whakakitenga o Waikato members then elect ten of their number to an executive body called Te Arataura.
Email: tainuihapu. Area of Interest: From Tamahere north along the Waikato river to Rototuna, then north-east to include Gordonton and Tauhei before turning south across SH 26 and back south-west to Tamahere. Legal entity: Incorporated Society Governance structure: Tribal members elect three members from each of the 68 marae to represent them for three years in Te Whakakitenga o Waikato.
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Physical Address: 4 Bryce Street, Hamilton. Phone: 07 Email: apitifamily gmail. Phone: 07 Mobile: Email: mareepene xtra. Phone: 07 Mobile: Fax: 07 Email: trust whanui.Notice is hereby given that by virtue of sections a and of the Maori Affairs Act and pursuant to a recommendation of the Maori Land Court the area of Crown land described in the Schedule hereto is hereby set apart as a Maori reservation for the purpose of a landing place of historic spiritual and cultural significance for the common use and benefit of the hapu of Whatapaka Marae o Tainui.
Dated at Wellington this 17th day of December It is situated on ancestral land at Umupuia adjacent to the Wairoa River with Umupuia Beach immediately in front and hundreds of acres of Ngahere native bush behind, and as such is unique in the Auckland area.
This was due to a long court case in which Ngai Tai were successful in opposing the canal development on their ancestral river.
According to archeologists it has an occupational history of over years. It is situated in Karaka and can be reached via Whatapaka Road which leads down to the bank of the Whatapaka awa. The reservation of the Marae Papakainga is almost on the mouth of the awa leading into the Manukau Harbour. Over the centuries there has been many Marae sited around Whatapaka creek going south to where the old Kingseat Hospital was sited.
Despite the small size of the reservation there is much activity. There are nine dwellings in the Papakainga stretching along the bank of Whatapaka creek from the Marae to the end of the reservation. As well as the wharenui there are two wharemoe, wharekai that sits approxthe kitchen and kauta including carving shed.
The use of the reservation was later redefined in as a meeting place, burial ground and village site for the common use and benefit of the members of the Ngati Tamaoho, Koheriki and Ngaitai tribes and Maori in general. This was gazetted on January 21thVolume two, page From the s up to the s Whatapaka creek a traditional fishery of Ngati Tamaoho was depleted by Commercial fisher persons. This did not eventuate so in Whatapaka Marae community applied to the Maori Land Court for the Whatapaka awa to be reserved as a fishery reservation for the people of Whatapaka.
This was gazetted in 17 December Ko Tara Te Irirangi te Ariki ki runga.This Act comes into force on the day after the date on which it receives the Royal assent.
The provisions of this Act take effect on the settlement date unless stated otherwise. Before the date on which a provision takes effect, a person may prepare or sign a document or do anything else that is required for—. This section is a guide to the overall scheme and effect of this Act, but does not affect the interpretation or application of the other provisions of this Act or of the deed of settlement. Part 2 provides for cultural redress, including—.
Part 3 provides for commercial redress, including the transfer of land. Schedule 1 describes the statutory areas to which the statutory acknowledgement relates and, in some cases, for which a deed of recognition is issued:. Schedule 2 describes the cultural redress properties.
The acknowledgements and apology are to be read together with the historical account recorded in part 2 of the deed of settlement. The title to these reserves was later individualised and they were subsequently alienated. Many experienced severe social and economic marginalisation and deplorable housing conditions. The Crown did so without ensuring they understood the conditions of the oath, including that a failure to comply could make the confiscation of their lands more likely, and without giving them sufficient time to consider it.
The Crown further acknowledges that—. Kei te whakaae te Karauna—. For too long you have endured adversity and been treated as strangers within your own rohe. The Crown is deeply sorry for failing to appropriately respond in a timely and meaningful way to your long-standing and acutely felt grievances.
The Crown also unreservedly apologises for the hurt and ongoing grievance caused by the burning and looting of Pokeno. It is the intention of Parliament that the provisions of this Act are interpreted in a manner that best furthers the agreements expressed in the deed of settlement. Crown has the meaning given in section 2 1 of the Public Finance Act Director-General means the Director-General of Conservation.
In this section and section 14 ,—. A claim may be a historical claim whether or not the claim has arisen or been considered, researched, registered, notified, or made on or before the settlement date. The settlement of the historical claims is final, and, on and from the settlement date, the Crown is released and discharged from all obligations and liabilities in respect of those claims. Despite any other enactment or rule of law, on and from the settlement date, no court, tribunal, or other judicial body has jurisdiction including the jurisdiction to inquire or further inquire, or to make a finding or recommendation in respect of—.
Subsection 4 does not exclude the jurisdiction of a court, tribunal, or other judicial body in respect of the interpretation or implementation of—.The tribe is named after the Waikato Riverwhich plays a large part in its history and culture. The Waikato-Tainui iwi comprises 33 hapu sub-tribes and 65 marae family groupings. There are over 52, tribal members who affiliate to Waikato-Tainui. In the census, 33, people in New Zealand indicated they were affiliated with Waikato, including those affiliated with more than one tribe.
Waikato is the river Waikato is the tribe Mookau is above Taamaki is below Mangatoatoa is between. Waikato-Tainui's governing parliamentary body is Te Kauhanganuia governing body of tribal members — 3 members from each of the 68 marae.
The marae are spread over a large area from Te Kuiti and Cambridge in the south to Auckland in the north.
The university also holds documents and objects related to the tribe. Each tribal group has marae meeting groundswhich usually includes a wharenui meeting house. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Maori tribal government.
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