Ko ngā hapū o Te Ahuahu include – Ngāti Hineira, Ngāti Korohue, Te Uri Taniwha, and Te Whānau Whero, have gathered alongside our marae – Parawhenua and Rāwhitiroa.

Event update: Te Whakaminenga o Ngā Hapū o Te Ahuahu (1st gathering for 2024)
Will be help at Rawhitiroa Marae Saturday 13th April and whanau will also be able join in via Zoom. An agenda, program and zoom link  has been emailed out  along with a RSVP form to help us gather confidently. If you wish to be kept informed please register online.via the link above

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We have a monthly newsletter that is emailed out along with any urgent hapū pānui.  A blog for short pānui/ news items that can be found here.

Connecting and getting envolved with hapū helps to reaffirm who we are which will secure our future thru collective goal setting, time lines and structures. Take the opportunity to register here so you to can take part in shaping and guiding our next steps for our hapū. Nau mai, haere mai.

Contact Us - Ngā Hapū o Te Ahuahu

About Us

On the 20th March 2021 a hapū hui was held at Rāwhitiroa Marae, where it was decided to gather as Ngā Hapū o Te Ahuahu on a quarterly basis.

Te Ahuahu is located inland Bay of Islands and sits within our wider traditional boundaries of Taiamai. We are sub-tribes of Ngāpuhi which traces its ancestry to our formidable tupuna.

History

Our oral history has been captured and shared in many places. As hapū descendants, the best place to receive our history is on our marae where we gather, talk and work together.

We do understand that this may be hard or intimidating for many reasons, so we hope that this website acts as an accessible and inviting starting point for your journey back to your hapū.