Ngā kōrero o Te Whanganui-a-Tara

Nau mai, haere mai. Please join us at the Wellington City Libraries, Central Library, Ground Floor in the last week of July as we celebrate Te Wiki o te Reo Māori with two special kōrero by Mana Whenua.

korero1aOruaiti : (Permission of Treaty Relations Unit, Wellington City Council)

Kōrero @ Te Matapihi ki te ao nui:

Sense Of Place; The Forming of This Land; An Iwi Perspective
Drop in to listen to mana whenua experts talk about how Wellington was formed and the meaning behind place names for mountains, rivers and our beautiful harbour.

Tuesday 28 July 12.30-1.30
Speaker: Kura Moeahu: He kōrero beginning with the story of Ngake and Whātaitai (bilingual)

Thursday 30 July 12.30-1.30
Speaker: Neavin Broughton: He kōrero beginning with the story of Kupe (bilingual)

Read the full event information Sense Of Place; The Forming of This Land; An Iwi Perspective.

1 thought on “Ngā kōrero o Te Whanganui-a-Tara”

  1. Kia ora

    I would be interested in hearing both of the korero – however, at work at the time.
    Do you think they will be recorded/podcast somehwere so I and others in the same boat, will be able to listen to them.
    Thanks

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