Te Pōkaitahi Reo
KIA ORA! Do you want to learn Te Reo Māori, improve your competence in Māori conversations and enhance your knowledge of Tikanga and Mātauranga?
Our Te Pōkaitahi Reo certificates are fee free and graduates will obtain an understanding and awareness of te reo that can be used amongst whānau and in employment.
These programmes provide a pathway to develop skills and knowledge to protect, maintain and enrich mātauranga taonga tuku iho for current and future generations from beginners to more advanced levels.
If you’d like to study with us locally in Auckland we’d love to hear from you!
Hi, I unfortunately witnessed a pack of dogs attack and kill my beloved cat of 13 years yesterday morning at 3.00am. They attacked her on my property. They were a tan or liver coloured staffy bull terrier, a white terrier, and a black and white or tri colour Bernese mountain dog or collie. The later dog was very friendly and obedient and was not involved in the attack. I have seen the staffy being walked down Meadowlands Drive before. Your cats are not safe with these these dogs wandering our neighbourhood.
If you have any information please contact me on 021 02477402 or Nikita Leighton from the animal manage my office on 021 548 162.
St Columba Church, 480 Ti Rakau Drive
25 December at 12pm
Lunch is provided for new immigrant families & people who would enjoy some fellowship with others on Christmas Day. Enjoy a typical New Zealand Christmas dinner with ham, roast chicken, salad and dessert.
Please RSVP before 20 December by emailing email@example.com or phoning 274-4864.
Please join us this Saturday 21 December at 5pm to watch the movie The Star - The Story of the First Christmas.
Bring your own takeaways or picnic dinner; ice cream provided.
You can also bring along bean bags / pillow / blankets to sit on.
Hope to see you there!