Post your news and requests for information in the forums, which has topics for finding whanau (family), whanau events (tangihanga, funerals, reunions, anniversaries etc), general korero as well as events.
There is also a calendar which you can add your events to and a link section where you can add your Maori sites.
Kia ora ki a kotou katoa. I tenei wa, i kitea atu au mo he mahi kua tae mai, a te mahi a Awhi-Kaiako (He 'Teacher aid) kei roto i he wananga, he kura kaupapa, he kohanga reo hoki. I reira, kua whakaaro i a au, enei mahi, i kua awhina nei i toku mahi kei roto i te Whare Waananga a Waikato, ko he "BA in Maori arts and culture". Kia Ora, me pai ana ai.
Greetings to all. At the moment I'm looking to become a teacher aid in a maori or bi-lingual learning environment to help woth my studies at the university of waikato. Thus I am focusing my search in the Hamilton/Waikato area.
I am fairly good with waiata, taonga puoro and general tikanga, as well as having a good knowledge of Te Reo maori.
On this note if there are any Kapa Haka groups seeking new members I would love to join, as I can whakapapa back to Kahungungu and Porourangi, both ancestors that have links to Ngati Maniapoto and Ngati Raukawa.