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Nau Mai Haere Mai ki Ngā Uri o Heretaunga

This is a virtual space for whānau to make and maintain connections with their Heretaunga Marae.

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E kore au e ngaro, he kākano i ruia mai i Rangiātea  
I will never be lost or forgotten, for I am a seed sown in Rangiātea
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Kākano means “seed”; a person, like a seed, is inextricably linked to generations who have gone and are yet to come. Ruia means to sow the building blocks of potential; the connections and the enduring strength of relationships and location. Rangiātea is the origin of Māori migration; it represents the wider world, the journey of potential and arrival at the point of opportunity to realise it.
 

        

 

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