Pukapuka Kōrero Tahi

On Saturday 27 February at Te Ara-o-Tāwhaki marae - EIT Hawkes Bay in Taradale, a new book is being launched. 

The audio book Pukapuka Kōrero Tahi is the result of many years of research by Dr Joseph Te Rito as a Principal Investigator at Ngā Pae o te Māramatanga. It features the voices of kuia Apikara Rārere and Te Arahea Robin and is drawn from the storehouse of oral archives of Radio Kahungunu. 

This precious and unique taonga is a bilingual resource for teaching and learning Te Reo Māori, documenting recorded conversations between the two kuia and focused on strengthening Rongomaiwahine-Kahungunu dialects through archival recording as well as promoting conversational Māori language.

Nau mai! Haere mai! All are welcome to attend.

10am - Saturday 27th February
Te Ara-o-Tāwhaki Marae
EIT Hawkes Bay
Gloucester Road
Taradale

E te iwi, ruia te rau tāhiri i ō tātau mate tuatini,
Kia rīngihia ki te roimata, kia kākahuria ki te kupu,
E kore e mutu te auētia o mate, 
Okioki mai rā koutou i te poho o te whare aituā i Tāhekeroa,
Ka waiho mai ko te hunga ora, ngā kanohi o rātau mā,
Tēnā koutou, tēnā koutou, tēnā koutou. 

He pōhiri tēnei kia tae mai koe ki te whakanui i te whakarewatanga o te pukapuka nei:
 
PUKAPUKA KŌRERO TAHI
HE TAONGA NŌ TE PĀTAKA KŌRERO O TE REO IRIRANGI O KAHUNGUNU

Te rā      Rāhoroi te 27 o ngā rā o Pēpuere 2016
Ki hea?  Ki te marae o Te Ara-o-Tāwhaki, EIT Hawkes Bay, Gloucester Road, Taradale
Āhea?    10am te whakaeke, ka whai mai ko te whakarewatanga. Ka kai ā te 1pm

Ko te kaikōkiri o tēnei kaupapa nei, ko Tākuta Joseph Te Rito, ā, kua aua atu rātau ko tana ohu e whakaheke werawera ana ki te whakaputa i te pukapuka nei hai taonga mā te iwi. Nō Ngāti Kahungunu Iwi Inc. te hōnore ki te manaaki i tēnei whakarewatanga, ā, ka tika me mihi ki Ngā Pae o Te Māramatanga rātau ko Irirangi Kahungunu, ko Te Aho-a-Māui, ko Te Taura Whiri i Te Reo Māori nā rātau e puta nei te ihu o te kaupapa ki te ao mārama.

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