Hundreds waited outside the gates of the Tūrangawaewae marae this morning, carrying with them photos of their loved ones who have passed within the year.
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Dr Wayne Ngata appointed new chair of Māori Language Commission
The new chair of the Māori Language Commission has been appointed.
Erima Henare's legacy will remain in the hearts of many
Erima Henare was laid to rest at Takapuna Cemetery in Motatau today. He was a leader of Ngāti Hine, Ngāpuhi, and the wider Māori people through his service to Māori matters, in particular the Māori language.
Waikato Tainui pay respects to Erima Henare
King Tūheitia was welcomed on to Otiria Marae today to farewell Ngāti Hine leader Erima Henare. The relationship between Ngāti Hine and Tainui is an historic one which derives through genealogy.
Family of Erima Henare thank the multitudes for their support
A flood of people arrived at Ōtīria Marae today to say their last farewells to Erima Henare who is currently lying in state under the mantle of his ancestral house, Tūmatauenga.
Otiria Marae prepared to host the masses wanting to farewell Erima Henare
Otiria Marae in Moerewa is prepared to host an influx of people from across the country who wish to pay their respects and bid a final farewell to Erima Henare.
Erima Henare remembered for his connection to iwi across the country
Erima Henare had a special bond with other iwi across the country. He was a loving father and grandfather to his many descendants. He is the essence of a proverb about the Taumārere river, he was the peace maker who united all who knew him.
Māoridom mourns the loss of Māori Language stalwart Erima Henare
Māoridom is mourning the loss of respected reo advocate, public servant and famous Ngāti Hine son, Erima Henare, who passed away at his home in Wellington overnight.
Te Ao Māori mourns the loss of prominent te reo Māori advocate
Ngāti Hine and iwi across the nation mourn the loss of a prominent and strong advocate of te reo Māori, Erima Henare.
Native Affairs- Henare's 100th
There are no less than 26 Māori MPs in the new Parliament.