Archive for May, 2010
TOP 10 Worldwide Finalist
Kia ora Whanau, I’m in the ‘2010 Peace Song’ competition to help inspire postitivity and unity through music. Judges now want audience votes…. from YOU
Each time you listen to my song all the way through at the link below, it counts as a Vote for me. Votes are limitless, worldwide, thank you and Arohanui…
Kia Tere, voting finishes Tuesday 25 May 2010 5pm
Fundraiser for Lloyd & Leslie Latimer
Sunday 16 May
2pm – 8pm
Featuring Ardijah, Ed Ru from Sweet’n’Irie, Max Crochrane & friends.
Tickets cost $20 prepaid or $25 door
On sale now at the Horeke Tavern & Mangamuka Store.
also available $5 Hangi tickets and raffle tickets.
All proceeds to the Latimer whanau.
NAU MAI HAERE MAI
Monday 10th until Friday 14th MAY
from 9am until 5pm
Tautoko will broadcast live from Te Tii Marae, Waitangi
The initial hearings for the Paparahi o te Raki Inquiry District on Te Whakaputanga me Te Tiriti o Waitangi
Stay tuned for live coverage of the Hearings and interviews
Your Tribal Connection “TautokoFM”
Hua Parakore is a gardening show presented by Michelle Hudson. Every week Michelle gives you hints and tips of what to plant and when to plant using the Maramataka, an ancient maori calender.
This week 28 April – 4 May 2010 she talks about planting winter hua whenua that grows above the ground and gives some tips on making a seed raising bed.
Whakato nga kakano: broad beans, herbs, spinach, lettuce, kapiti, califlower, calandula, endive, broccoli, onions, carrots, peruperu, riwai, beetroot, turnip, swede
Whakato nga tipu: beetroot, broccoli, cabbage, cauliflower, endive, lettuce, onion, parsley, shallots, silver beet, spinach
Hua rakau: Whakato nga parakipere me etahi atu hua me nga rakau panana hoki a tenei marama.
Proudly supported by Taitokerau Organic Producers