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.
In my young days the tohunga's (priests), the last old men of the school of learning still came to our marae and talked with the people about land, genealogies, boundaries and the works of the ancestors. They were the survivors, the men of senior descent
The James Henare Mäori Research Centre was established in 1993, in response to a request from representatives of the Mäori people of the Taitokerau for a research centre at the University of Auckland which would focus the intellectual resources of the Uni
The Kaupapa of Whariki is:
-To provide high quality research and to tautoko Maori communities
-To contribute to uplifting the health of our people and to work towards Maori development aspirations
-To further the development of a Maori research workfor