Pānui Issue 21, Whiringa-ā-Nuku

(October 2018)

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(October 2018)

Published: 2 October, 2018

Kaipupu Wildlife Sanctuary

Kaipupu Wildlife Sanctuary

Newsletter October 2018

To read the October edition of the Kaipupu Sanctuary Newsletter. Please click on the link below:

 

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Published: 2 October, 2018

Whaler by Providence

Whaler by Providence

You are invited to the launching of Whalers by Providence

Author Don Wilson will talk about researching and writing this
336-page history of his ancestor Patrick Norton, one of the first shore
whalers to settle in the Marlborough Sounds, and Patrick’s Ngāi Tahu
wife Tangitu. Arrested for theft in Galway and sentenced to seven
years transportation, Patrick served out his sentence, signed on to his
first ship in Sydney and began a new life as a sealer and whaler in the
Southern Ocean. He arrived at Te Awaiti in 1831. With the Keenan,
Guard, Love, Jackson and Heberley families the Nortons settled in the
Sounds and their descendants were still whaling in the 1960s.

WHALER BY PROVIDENCE
at the
Picton Library Saturday 3 November 2018 1.30pm

and there will be a second book launch at 

Page Blackmore in Nelson at 5:30pm Tuesday 6th November 2018

Signed copies available $50 (Sorry, no Eftpos)
WHALER BY PROVIDENCE: Patrick Norton in the Marlborough Sounds
published by RIVER PRESS, Picton
available from www.riverpress.co.nz, author Don Wilson (timatanga@gmail.com) and all good bookshops

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Published: 28 September, 2018

POU TIKANGA - CULTURAL MANAGER

POU TIKANGA - CULTURAL MANAGER

 “E ngā uri o Awanuiarangi, koutou ngā uri e noho tata ana, koutou kei tawhiti hoki.  E karanga ana te iwi nei a Te Ātiawa ki a koutou katoa.

Kua wātea mai he tūranga ki te tari o Te Ātiawa ki te Waka a Māui Trust.

Mēnā e hiahia ana koe mō tēnei tūranga, tono mai to Tātai Pūwamanawa”

 

POU TIKANGA – CULTURAL MANAGER

 (Full – time permanent position)

 Kaupapa – Purpose

To drive the success of the Te Ātiawa Trust’s Cultural strategy.

Ki te whakamana te tangata, te rohe me te Ahurea

“E titia nei a Te Ātiawa, to shine as Te Ātiawa”

 Ngā Pūkenga – Key Skills Required

  • Exemplary Te Reo Māori oral and written fluency, with emphasis on Te Ātiawa kupu and mita
  • A proven cultural practitioner who promotes a strong role model of Te Ātiawatanga
  • Strong knowledge and successful experience to design and deliver initiatives across all age groups that support the revitalisation of te reo Māori and Te Ātiawa cultural practice within the iwi
  • Strong knowledge and successful experience to design and deliver initiatives across all age groups that support the revitalisation of te reo Māori and Te Ātiawa cultural practice within the iwi
  • A knowledge and ability to strengthen the connections Te Ātiawa have with Te Waka a Māui iwi.
  • Deliver effective language and cultural support to the continued development of Te Atiawa o te Waka a Maui Trust
  • Liaise with Stakeholders and cultural matters
  • Planning and organisational skills
  • Professional experience and credibility
  • Strong inter-personal skills
  • Strategic thinking 

To be successful in this role you will need to: 

  • Demonstrate knowledge and experience working in Kaupapa Māori
  • Have significant knowledge about Te Ātiawa Iwi ki te tau ihu
  • Understand Tikanga/ Kawa a iwi and know the connections Te Ātiawa have with other iwi in Te Tau Ihu
  • Demonstrate knowledge and application of tikanga
  • A high fluency in Te Reo Māori and be a cultural practitioner
  • Strong oral and written communication skills in English and Te Reo Māori
  • The ability to engage effectively across all age groups
  •  The knowledge, skills and ability to drive the cultural revitalisation of Te Ātiawa o Te Waka a Māui. 
  • Assist Te Ātiawa Marae in the rohe to achieve their reo and cultural aspirations.
  • Assist staff with cultural matters and information that may be required in their roles

 

If you are interested in this position, please send through your CV to office@teatiawatrust.co.nz or call  0800 284 292 for more information.

 

Application closes Wednesday 31st October 2018

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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