Te Āti Awa
Te Āti Awa Whakapapa
Place Holder: Ko Te Āti Awa nō runga i te rangi
Tamarau te Hekenga-ā-rangi – Rongoueroa
Te Āti Awa
- Explanation on iwi origins through whakapapa of Awanuiārangi
- Boundaries – Te Āti Awa (Te Panepane o te Ika) – Kura kōrero on stating boundaries
Tamarau nō runga i te rangi heke iho ki raro ki te whakamarimari
Tē tatari ai ki te hurahanga o te tāpora o Rongo-u-eroa
Taku kuia e! Taku kuia e!
Te Ara o taku tupuna o tohia ai au
Ko Te Ātiawa nō runga i te rangi
Te toki tē tangatanga i te rā
Taringa mango, ko to kete ngē
Ue ha! Ue ha!
Taketake mai ngā hau o whenua ngaro, o waitukukiri
Mai i te karamatamatatanga o Pukeatua ki Korokoro, rere ki ngā ūranga, ki te oneroa i haukawakawa.
Waiwhetu Marae – Arohanui ki te Tangata
Waiwhetū marae is located in Waiwhetū, Lower Hutt. It was opened in September 1960.
The wharenui is named Arohanui ki te Tangata. The marae connects ancestrally to the waka Aotea and Tokomaru.
Pipitea Marae – based at 55 Thorndon Quay Wellington is an urban Marae. It was opened 31st May 1980.
Te Tatau o te Pō –
Te Tatau o Te Pō marae is located in Alicetown, Lower Hutt, in the greater Wellington region.
The wharenui is also named Te Tatau o Te Pō. The marae opened in 1933. It connects ancestrally with the waka Tokomaru and Aotea, the maunga Pukeatua, and the awa Te Awakairangi. The name Te Tatau o te Po (‘Door to the night’) refers to an ancient Polynesian legend.