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Tautoko FM bringing you this Treaty of Waitangi Commemoration event live this Friday 12 February 2010
New Zealand Historic Places Trust, Mangungu Treaty Event Committee & e-Hoe Waka Education Trust invite you to attend a commemoration of the 170th anniversary of the signing of the Treaty of Waitangi at Mangungu Mission House.
This event is in honour of the 170th anniversary of the signing of the Treaty, New Zealand’s founding document.
The focus of the day includes recreating the single largest gathering of Maori and Pakeha to sign the Treaty at Mangungu, Hokianga, in 1840.
In conjunction with local community groups, events planned include a Waka voyage, Church Service, Mihi Korero, a re-enactment of the Treaty signing, stalls and entertainment.
Te Reo O Te Tai Tokerau is once again bringing you live coverage of Waitangi 2010.
It is the 70th anniversary of the taonga waka taua Nga Toki Matawhaorua of Pewhairangi which has been refurbished by tohunga Waka Builder and Navigator Heke-nuku-mai-nga-iwi Puhipi (Hector Busby). Also returning to Waitangi after 70 years is Nga Toki Matawhaorua of Otaua. This too was refurbished by Hector Busby.
So tune in to find out what’s happening and to listen to all the korero
Here’s a link to the treaty grounds and whats happening there
Can’t make it back to Kaikohekohe for the Ngapuhi Festival then tune in here,
Te Reo o Te Tai Tokerau is broadcasting live from the main stage at Northland College
There will also be live korero & interviews from the Wananga Matauranga
Saturday 30 January 2010 Live from 11.30am -9.00pm
Sunday 31 January 2010 Live from midday til late
Main stage programme can be found at the Ngapuhi Festival 2010 website
Tautoko FM’s 21st birthday was on the 28 November 2009.
People on the ground in Mangamuka took part in the celebrations personally.
It all started at 7am with a blessing of the newly painted station, them manuhiri moved down to the Ngapuhi Marae for the powhiri and a breakfast hakari. At 10am stalls were opened and the concert began.
If you are south of Whangarei or outside the country, bookmark this blog and click on the Play Tautoko Now button.
And hear it all in the convenience of your whare.
Wherever that may be.
Tautoko is 21 once. And they celebrated 21 years of Tautoko Radio.
And look forward to the next 21 years.
And just because you can’t be there in person, doesn’t mean the celebration can’t be heard in your house.
Streaming through your computer speakers.
Here’s what happened on the ground.