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PARAIRE 18 O HERE-TURI-KOOKAA

9.00am         Ngaa Kawe Mate o te waka o Tainui
Marae Aatea

Health and Education Expo Tent,
Patterson Park

7.00pm         Ngaa Roopu Kapahaka o te waka o Tainui
Kimiora

RAATAPU 20 O HERE-TURI-KOOKAA

7.00am       Raatana & Parihaka Whakaeke

9.00am       He karakia o te Raatapu

Ngaa Kapahaka, Marae

Sports and Kai market place, Patterson Park

Kiingitanga Heritage Trail

8.00pm       Ngaa Kura o Waikato Production, Kimiora

RAAHOROI 19 O HERE-TURI-KOOKAA

9.00am         Ngaa Kawe Mate o te Motu, Marae Aatea

Health and Education Expo Tent
And Kai market place, Patterson Park

2.00pm         Ngaa Roopu Kapahaka o te Motu

Kiingitanga Heritage Trail

8.30pm         Maimoa

MANE 21 O HERE-TURI-KOOKAA

9.00am       Karakia o te Raa Koroneihana

11.00am     Ngaa Mihimihi

1.00pm       Taniwharau He Tohu Aroha

1.30pm       Kai Haakari

WHAT IS KORONEIHANA

The annual Koroneihana (coronation) commemorations marks the time when King Tuheitia ascended the throne on the 21 August 2006 following the passing of his mother, Te Arikinui Dame Te Ataairangikaahu, who had reigned for 40 years from 23 May 1966.

The August celebrations are expected to be the biggest ever to match the 10 year milestone of King Tuheitia’s reign also paying tribute and remembering his mother.

Koroneihana attracts hundreds of visitors nationally and internationally to Turangawaewae Marae in Ngaruawahia, for the week long celebrations.

It brings together iwi from across the motu (country) who support the Maori kingship movement which emerged in the 1850s as a symbol of unity.

Throughout the week visitors and iwi members will take part in political debates on matters important to the Kingitanga and to Maoridom. Cultural performances, sports competitions, education expo and other festivities also take place. Koroneihana is one of the key events on the Māori calendar.

All of our sessions at the conference follow a hybrid session model where the speakers will deliver the best in practical web solutions.

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