Uniquely bound in the system
Tangata Whenua have unique attributes, circumstances, relationships to navigate and learn that no other nationality has in Aotearoa or the world.
We have the usual day-to-day work, friends, education and housing like everyone else but we also spend a lifetime trying to piece together generations of puzzle pieces.
WAIATA O TE RA - NGA WHAKAMOEMITI
Atamarie e te iwi!
Good moooooorning everybody!
Ko te waiata moo teenei wiiki ko "Te Pu" he waiata i akona ahau i te kohanga reo o Awhireinga ki Tamaki Makaurau
The song i have chosen this week is called "Te Pu" a song i learnt at Te Kohanga Reo o Awhireinga, Auckland.
A community for tangata whenua
The community section of the MLI website where members have access to various tools to help keep you connected.
The network pages have a familiar, popular, social network style to the navigation. Members can 'share what's new' in their timeline, upload or create albums and files, create or join 'Groups' or connect directly with whanau and whanaunga.
Sharing knowledge through articles
Rangitaki is a free to use blogging style tool where members can write, read and learn of the various views and stories.
The categories have been created to cater for Pepeha related articles, Te Ao Māori, and Māori Land resources to share everything from basic stories and photographs to videos and other social platforms.
Māori Land Groups
We are owners & shareholders but we currently have no other avenue to locate or communicate with other owners without huge cost in time and money. The Land Groups in the network are an opportunity to connect.
When you share documents, minutes, photos, upcoming hui and korero within groups, you are sharing with owners with common interests and contribute to assisting them in making informed decisions.