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On the 22nd February, 2021, the Kaipara Moana Remediation Joint Committee (KMRJC) was to meet at Ripia Marae, however it was decided by the Whanau Working Committee that given the current state of COVID-19 locking Tamaki Makaurau down to cancel holding the meeting and booking for safety and to keep our people’s health & well-being a main priority.
Earlier this month Rīpia Marae representatives blessed the site of Motu Wheteke, ahead of physical works starting at the quarry. Kaipara District Council contractors are preparing to reopen the site, primarily for the Provincial Development Unit-supported Pouto Road sealing project. Also known as Greenhill, Motu Wheteke is located on the east side of Pouto Road,… Read more “Motu Wheteke blessing marks reopening of quarry for Pouto Road sealing project”
Attention Whanau of Ripia Marae.
We’ve made some bank changes and its important you learn what we’ve done and how this can affect you…
PANUI-Ā-HAPŪ Kia Ora Tātou, Greenhill will be having working done to it commencing Thursday, 21st Jan 2020. A powhiri for will be at Ripia Marae at 10:30am followed by morning tea for those contractors working on the site. This is also a neat opportunity to network and build relationships among those who will be working… Read more “Greenhill Blessing”
~ MARAE DEVELOPMENT PLAN ~
We are now finally able to launch the plan to the rest of the whānau nationally and worldwide for you all to look through and find ways you can contribute towards Oranga Marae – Marae Revitalisation.
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The Rīpia Marae Podcast
Tōku Tūrangawaewae – The Rīpia Marae series is a collection of stories, whakapapa and history from whānau recollecting their memories about Rīpia Marae and their place they call home…
Ko Tokatoka te Maunga
Ko Wairoa te Awa
Ko Māmari te Waka
Ko Ngati Whātua te Iwi
Ko te Uri-ō-Hau te Hapu
Ko Te Orikena te Wharenui
Ko Ngā Anahera te Wharekai
Ko Ripia te Marae.
Hono and connection for us as a people is important to understand your place of belonging, how you got there and what we have that makes us who we are – a connection to people, land and culture.
Welcome to “Tōku Tūrangawaewae” – the Ripia Marae series of whānau history, stories of whakapapa, connection and belonging.
“Koinei to tātou kāinga, to tātou Tūrangawaewae…”
Nau mai, whakarongo mai.