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We’re after your chinese food containers, and if you have any you’d like to get rid of, please… let us know and we’d gladly take these off your hands…
Welcome to a brand new year with 2021 bringing beautiful prospects and whānau and marae based kaupapa kicking off our New Year with our first meeting….
Tēnā rawa atu koutou i roto i ngā āhuatanga o te wā… tihei wā, mauri Ora! It’s been a weird year for all of us and Ripia Marae takes this opportunity to reflect on what was. So here goes… We went from what was classified as normal life to being something of an extraordinary way… Read more “Wā Whakaaroaro | Time of Reflection”
RIPIA MARAE SPECIAL GENERAL MEETING We encourage you to come along if you can starting at 10am at Ripia Marae, 1627 Pouto Road, Kaipara. If you can’t, feel free to jump on our zoom: Topic: Ripia Marae’s Special General MeetingTime: 10:00 AM Join Zoom Meeting Link:https://us05web.zoom.us/j/7807293274?pwd=RERiMGFjaElLbjlvVEI4RVlOUktEZz09 Meeting ID: 780 729 3274Passcode: Ripia20 After which we… Read more “PANUI-Ā-WHĀNAU”
Ripia Marae will be having their Special General Meeting on 13th Dec 2020 at the Marae, 1627 Poutō Road, Te Kōpuru to nominate the positions for marae Secretary and Treasurer. Also, the Agenda will aim to ratify the Booking Officer Position, signatories for the bank account and also deliberate on the Executive Hearing Report from… Read more “SPECIAL GENERAL MEETING”
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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.