te Reo Puanga

Manu Kōrero

We are continuing the Te Reo initiative that was started in 2008, 2009, 2010, and was a great success. Run along side the annual Puanga Festival.

Te Huringa Rumaki Reo Sponsorship

Te Huringa Rumaki Reo Sponsorship

Te Huringa Rumaki Reo Sponsorship by Tūtū Kā’ika and Te Roopu Puukaka Kapahaka Society for all the Taranaki Mokopuna attending Finlayson Park School.

Puanga Taonga

Te Reo Maori Competition

Te Reo Maori competition boasted $500 in Prizes,over $800 in Greenstone taonga & Priceless Taonga for those who received placings on the 2014 Tūtū Kā’ika Te Reo Stage

Academic Achievements

Celebrating Academic Achievements

An acknowledgment to one of our junior members Gabriel Tongaawhikau for receiving the honor of James Cook High School head boy. Through dedication and hard work demonstrates that you can have a balanced life that includes all things Maori, competitive kapahaka, education and maintaining your own health and well-being.

kaimahi - Puanga 2014

Puanga kaimahi

We truly appreciate all the efforts of our kaimahi, from parents, teachers, volunteers, student and every other role that was filled by the committed people of the wider Taranaki community.

Tūtū Kā’ika Te Reo

Tūtū Kā’ika Te Reo results – 2014

This year boasted over 70 contestants for the Tūtū Kā’ika Te Reo competition, needless to say it was a huge success and proved very popular with W’anau. Participants ranged from under 13″s to Open Seniors.

Taranaki Disrtict Health Board

A big thank you to the Taranaki District Health Board for not only improving our lives through health care & knowledge, but also by supporting our annual community event.

Puanga Festival 2015

Taranaki Puanga Festival 2015

Taranaki Puanga Festival 2015 to be held on the 29th, 30th and 31st of October 2015 at the Waitara War Memorial Hall, Entry fee at the door is a gold coin donation for a day pass.


He Hui Whakahononga ki Taranaki

20 November 2014 Date: 2.00pm – 4.00pm, At Owae Marae 16 North Street Waitara. Open forum to hear your views about regional Māori development.