Ngā Taonga o Te Mana Kuratahi

Kakahu

New Minature Cloak “Raukatamea”

Existing Cloak (boxed) “Raukatauri”

Kupu whakamaarama: Ko te roopu kapa a Kae (This refers to the korero of Tinirau and Kae and the the acknowledgement

of the two sisters Hine Raukatauri and Hine Raukatamea who led the kapa that used haka to entice Kae to laugh so that he could be identified (by his crooked tooth). Kae had killed the

mokai/pet whale (Tutunui) of Tinirau).

Te Mita o Te Reo

“Te Manu Kai Matauranga Noona te Ao”

Kai tuku taonga: Te Kura Kaupapa Maaori a Rohe o Mangere

Ingoa o te taonga: “Te Manu Kai Matauranga noona te Ao”

Kupu whakamaarama: Because the Waiata a Ringa and the Mita trophy are from the same donor and have the same artistic concept of the matau (hook), they are themed to go together. One trophy (Waiata a Ringa

trophy) acknowledges the importance of our indigenous domain and the other (Mita o Te Reo Trophy) acknowledges the importance of matauranga/knowledge and our reo as the key to the wider world.

Whakaeke
“Waikoropupuu”

Kai tuku taonga: Te Huringa Rumaki Reo ki Tamaki Makaurau

Kai toi: Aleisha Conrad (Taitokerau)

Ingoa o te taonga: “Waikoropupuu”

Waiata Tira
“Maiiri Kapua”
Kai tuku taonga: Te Weronui Trust – Taitokerau

Ingoa o te taonga: “ Maiiri Kapua “

Kupu whakamaarama: Nga kapua i te rangi maiiritia ra e te reo tira. The trophy/carving to the naked eye appears to be an aihe/dolphin riding or aloft clouds. The clouds are said to be hanging on the vibrant notes of the Tira.

Kaitaataki Taane:
“Maui”

Kai tuku taonga: Te Whanau o Tamapahore ki Tamaki Makaurau

Ingoa o te taonga: Maui

Moteatea

“Te Kahu Motea”

Kai tuku taonga: Aperehama Remana (Taitokerau)

Ingoa o te taonga: “Te Kahu Mootea”

Kupu whakamaarama: Ko te oreore o nga tipuna

Kaitataki Wahine

“Te Tau o te Ate o Hinematioro”

Kai tuku taonga: Te Whanau o

Tamapahore ki Tamaki Makaurau

Ingoa o te taonga: Te Tau o te Ate

Kupu whakamaarama: Ko te taonga nei he koteate. This is a play on the well known kii waha plus the fact that the taonga itself is a koteate.

Poi

“Te Whatu Maareikura”

Kai tuku taonga:

Kai Toi: Ruapekapeka (double headed taniwha)

Ingoa o te taonga: Te Whatu Tureikura

Kupu whakamaarama: Ko te whatu maareikura kua tauraheretia e te poi – Two whatumanawa being tied up as one by the poi. Like the twirling of two poi together as one.

Haka

“Te Toki Takahuri a Tu”

Kai tuku taonga: Te Kura o Te Raki o Pukekohe

Ingoa o te taonga: Te Toki Takahuri a Tu

Kupu whakamaarama: Koia hoki ko Tumatauenga, Tu ka riri, Tu ka niwha.

It is indeed Tumatauenga with anger and focussed intensity.

Whakawaatea

“Ki Poutererangi”

Kai tuku taonga:

Ingoa o te taonga: Ki Poutererangi

Kupu whakamaarama: Ko te hokinga teenei ki te riu o Tangaroa. Focussing on the whirlpool like design

Te Mauri

“Pukaea o Te Rangi”

Kai tuku taonga: Blaine Te Rito (Ngati Kahungunu)

Ingoa o te taonga: “Pukaea o te rangi”

Kupu Whakamaarama: Ko te reo tuatahi me te reo whakamutunga o te hui. The mauri will be handed over to the new host rohe at the conclusion of the hui and blown to signify that they have the mauri and their time has begun

Winning School

Kaitaataki Taane

Whakairo: “Te Poutoko o Te Whenua

Waiata A Ringa

“Te Manu Kai Miro Noona te Ngahere”

Kai tuku taonga: Te Kura Kaupapa Maori a Rohe o Mangere

Ingoa o te taonga: “Te Manu Kai Miro noona te

Ngahere”

Kupu whakamaarama: Because the Waiata a Ringa and the Mita trophy are from the same donor and the same artistic

concept of the matau has been used, they are themed to go together. One trophy (Waiata a Ringa trophy)

acknowledges the importance of our indigenous domain and the other (Mita o Te Reo Trophy) acknowledges the importance of matauranga/knowledge and our reo as key to the wider world.

Titonga Hou

“TE RAA TUU O TE TAIRAWHITI”

Derek Lardelli – Tairawhiti

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KOROWAI

“TE KAAHUI O TE RANGI”

In memory of TAINI MORRISON

Te Whanau a Taini Morrison me Nga Kura Tuatahi,

o waenganui hoki ki Te Arawa

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imera mai

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