2003 archived news


30 November 2003Unveiling
Kia ora koutou katoaWe would like to invite all whanau to the unveiling of the headstone of our papa Parekura Bill Scarlet Poi and his moko Baby Scarlet Poi-Wiringi scheduled to take place December 26 2003 at 11 am at Pukemaire Urupa Tikitiki. Followed by a hakari at 2pm at Rahui Marae.Nau mai, Haere mai.
Ngaretamai (Lettie) Poi and Whanau - Poroporo East Coast - Aotearoa
29 October 2003Unveiling
The Unveiling of Dick Collier is on Sunday 2nd November at Omaramutu Marae.. Sorry my mistake.
29 October 2003Unveiling
The Unveiling of Teki Mautoko (Dick) Colllier will be held this Saturday at Omaramutu Marae at 11.00.
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simon - effurun - nigeria
09 March 2003Family tiles for sale
In the shop section of this web site you can now purchase white tiles with the family crest.
Shane Beverley - Wellington - New Zealand
10 February 2003Tikapa
Letting all you locals (as well as non-locals like me) know that there will be a Wananga at Pokai Marae (Tikapa) 14-25 Feb? Please come and register and support our marae. Kia Ora
Rita Manuel - Kawerau
14 January 2003Birthday Party
Hello, we are having a Haenga Birthday party for Rangi Haenga, who will be 50, Jason Haenga who will be 30, Renaye Wilson who will be 21. This will be held on the 25th of April 2003 and if you are interested in coming call Maria Wilson on 042367853. Look forward to hearing from you all.
Shaleen Haenga
13 January 2003 Site registration
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Shane Beverley
13 January 2003 Add your own news!!!
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Shane Beverley
13 January 2003 Announcement
We were saddened yesterday to learn of the death of Aunty Polly Hovell. She passed away quite suddenly yesterday morning. Her husband, Stanley (Jinks) died just three months ago. She had cared for him through years of sickness and when he died her own health just went down hill.. Pare Mihi Hovell taught for more than forty five years and after retirement gave years of service as a minister of the Anglican Church at Te Araroa and throughout the Coast. Hers was a life of dedication to duty and she was a very much respected member of the East Coast community. Our sympathy goes out to her son, Hal, and her grandchildren and great grand children.
Bob McConnell