Tag: Te Whānau-ā-Apanui. Showing results 1 - 10 of 40 in News

Showing results 1 - 10 of 40

Search results

  1. Video for #MataHaka - WHAIKŌRERO
    News

    #MataHaka- WHAIKŌRERO

    From team preparations to the disciplines of haka itself, whaikōrero has become a feature of group performances.  Since Tamati Waaka first took on the role as leader for Te Kapa Haka o Te Whānau-a-Apanui, he's found a way to stand out amongst the crowd whilst staying true to the fundamentals of whaikōrero.

  2. Video for Teneti a star on the rise in three sports
    News

    Teneti a star on the rise in three sports

    Kelsey Teneti is a world champion in waka ama, and an up-and-coming rugby player.  Her passion, however, is hockey. 

  3. Video for Repatriated personnel to be laid to rest
    News

    Repatriated personnel to be laid to rest

    Twenty-seven servicemen and one child who died in Malaya, Thailand, and Vietnam between 1955 and 1971 were returned to New Zealand yesterday morning.

  4. News

    Demant sisters to feature Black Ferns game this weekend

    Both sisters will feature in the Black Ferns this weekend when they go up against the Bay of Plenty Volcanix and Auckland.

  5. Video for Ngatai not wanting to leave the Chiefs too quickly
    News

    Ngatai not wanting to leave the Chiefs too quickly

    At the end of the Super Rugby season, teams will farewell some of their star players.  Some, like the Chiefs' Charlie Ngatai are be hoping that won't be this weekend.

  6. News

    Sisters doing it for their whānau

    The Demant sisters, Ruahei and Kiritapu, have been training with the Black Ferns with the hope they will one day both wear the black jersey.

  7. Video for Rangatahi push for 40,000 new jobs in Bay of Plenty
    News

    Rangatahi push for 40,000 new jobs in Bay of Plenty

    A regional growth organisation called Bay of Connections is looking to create 40,000 new jobs by 2050. Regional Development Minister Shane Jones says the move coincides with the new Provincial Growth fund, which he says will support initiatives like Bay of Connections.

  8. Video for Late Archbishop Brown Turei remembered at Coronation
    News

    Late Archbishop Brown Turei remembered at Coronation

    On day two of King Tuheitia's 11th Coronation celebrations tribes from around the country arrived en mass to Tūrangawaewae. Some of Māoridom's leaders who have passed away during the year were remembered, such as Anglican Māori Archbishop William Brown Turei.

  9. Video for Whiting and his late wife re-united in death
    News

    Whiting and his late wife re-united in death

    Master carver Clifford Hamilton Whiting ONZ and the ashes of his late wife Heather have been buried together by his home people in Te Kaha. Whiting's wife died in 2011 and his whānau say today was the fulfilment of their mutual wish.

  10. Video for Battalion soldier William Hei Walker remembered as a man of integrity
    News

    Battalion soldier William Hei Walker remembered as a man of integrity

    Hundreds of mourners converged on Te Kaha's Te Ehutu marae to pay their final respects to the last Te Whānau ā Apanui 28th Māori Battalion, C Company veteran, William Hei Walker. His whānau say his legacy as a humble, hard working backbone of the community lives on.

  11. Show more results

Pages