The royal brits are on their way…

Kiss-my-assSources in Ngaruawahia said the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge would be hosted by the Maori King Tuheitia at Turangawaewae Marae on their April tour of New Zealand.

Come April, when the pathetic bowing, scraping, and kissing of british royal ass reaches fever pitch.

In our opinion, the brit royals are only slightly more useful than our own worthless homegrown Tainui royalty…

But lets hope that the brit bodyguards won’t let the horrible crooked child-abuser Rangi Whakaruru and his legion of house-niggas anywhere near the royal baby!

He Panui: Turangawaewae News

Kia ora whanau,

Firstly, accept my apologies for not sending out the usual ‘Whanau
panui’ (now called ‘The kamokamo vine’) last week with the various
tangi and this virus going around, I have been trying to contain the
sickness to our 2 households by staying home.

I have received some panui from TWW whanau and they are as follows:

  1. Waiata
    at Ahurewa every night this week at 6pm. These
    waiata are for our 90th anniversary, so please come and learn and bring
    others who are interested.
  2. Mau rakau
    at the War Memorial every monday nights – 4.30
    to 5.30 for kids 6pm to 7.30pm for adults. Contact Tane Te Koi for more
  3. TPM juniors
    koroneihana practise
    : is this Sunday the 10th at the Pa
    from 10am to 4pm. Please bring a gold coin to koha for our marae, water
    for your korokoro and kai for your puku.
  4. Marae toopu
    : at the marae this sunday as well (please see
    Maraetaka sent by Mara today).

Let me know if you have any other panui that you want the whanau to
know about and we will endeavor to get your message out to our wider
Turangawaewae whanau.

Take care whanau, keep warm and safe.

Mereaina Herangi

Update from Turangawaewae Marae

Kauhanganui letter sent by Charles Joe

Tonight residents of Turangawaewae Marae had their opinion heard and voted  to confirm their support of current Te Kauhanganui chairperson Tania Martin.

Turangawaewae Marae has overwhelmingly approved of Mrs. Martin’s plans to audit and cap the excessive spending habits of Tainui’s Te Arataura executive board headed by Tuku Morgan.

Mrs. Martin has stated that she proposes to bring transparency, accountability and fairness when dealing with Tainui’s financial affairs.

Attempts by Te Arataura to have Mrs. Martin disqualified because of errors in her November 2010 report to Te Kauhanganui were strongly rejected at tonight’s meeting.